Jooooooo - lie

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What a great spin on a Duran Duran classic! Go Katie!!

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This is all we need.

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I love this movie. 

I love this movie. 

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Super solid debut from this Montreal art-punk quartet! Play loud. Windows down. Go.

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My Maylist on Soundcloud.

Bisous,
RR

I designed March to get you through the Ides, hope it worked! Next week April’s playlist showers down the newness.

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New Tycho means spring is coming!

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Hey guess what? March is tomorrow…

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I made you (me) a work mix.

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Trails and Ways covers Frank Ocean’s ‘Lost’ in Portugese and it’s f’in lush.

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What the holy f*ck is this is this Savior Wave?

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oswaldofguadalupe:

The Twitter Mandela Hall Of Shame

When the right side of history doesn’t forget.

So much this.

This is my year in review. No particular order. No favorites. Just 12 months of music in one playlist. Enjoy.

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As part of The Art of NYC presented by Charles Reynolds Events, Ethan Rosenduft will be at Fusse Studios to showcase his unique collection. His weapons are hand cut from bulletproof Lexan with color schemes reflective of his years living and writing in Miami.

Hailing from Brooklyn, Ethan Rosenduft uses recycled and saved materials to create pieces that highlight the importance of familiar shapes. These bulletproof weapons of mass destruction are symbolic with an irresistible irony. Come experience the beginning of The Art of NYC and t ake home one of Ethan’s 40 pieces for a truly memorable Christmas gift!

ethanrosenduft:

These are part of a limited edition collection from 2012. They are cut from 1/2” bulletproof Lexan, all are painted and designed on both sides. RPG-7’s are $675 w/epoxy- $700 without epoxy