What's more random than a blog, but more coherent than a Twitter account? Whatever the hell this is!

 

Got Steam. Anybody wanna add me? Currently I only play Dota 2, because it was free.

It’s actually a lot of fun, but I have a long ways to go to get any good at it.

ash-and-books:

Tori Amos music videos: Hey Jupiter (Dakota Remix), Spark, Jackie’s Strength, Pretty Good Year, God, Raspberry Swirl

liquiddiamond88:

lori-christie:

Lets all enjoy some tori cake Happy birthday !  ( I found this on google I don’t know who made it but its cool)

^.^ <3

liquiddiamond88:

lori-christie:

Lets all enjoy some tori cake
Happy birthday !
( I found this on google I don’t know who made it but its cool)

^.^ <3

"What is this weird foreign classical music I don’t give a shit about?"

It’s fucking pop perfection is what it is. Ludovico Einaudi is a genius. And he’s still alive, so he gets bonus points.

Just got a laptop, so I’m never leaving the internet.

EVERR.

(yes I know that I’m reneging on my hipster protest of Tumblr but then I saw that I got new followers and felt I had a responsibility for my fans 

BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY I HAD LIKED EXACTLY 1,998 POSTS AND THAT’S FUCKING UNNACEPTABLE!!!!)

Tumblr Staff Response Was Cute, But…

…it really seemed like a suspiciously prepared PR spin from a company that knew fully well it was reneging on what it had promised users days earlier. Not to mention the whole “we’re just blocking some commercial spammy porn sites and some problematic tags” seems as fishy as Alyssa Edwards.


Still not coming back. This post doesn’t count.

Oh nevermind then Yahoo’s apparently headed by the prudish fainting victorian dude from family guy

Bad things happen every day but you’re not going to be any happier thinking about them. So I don’t think about them.

Lana Del Rey (via gore-pop)

(Source: holybae02)

nineinchnails:

Each version of Hesitation Marks will have its own unique cover with artwork by Russell Mills. Pictured above:

Digital cover: “Turn And Burn” (Plaster, earth, oils, acrylics, etching varnish, bitumen, burning, rusted linen, blood, spent matches, on wood)

Deluxe CD cover: “Cargo In The Blood” (Burning, Polaroid frame, copper wire, mica, on velvet, on wood)

Standard CD cover: “Time And Again” (Plaster, earth, oils, acrylics, etching varnish, rusted linen, blood, microscope slides, on wood)

Vinyl cover: “Other  Murmurs” (Plaster, earth, oils, acrylics, etching varnish, collage, on canvas, on wood)

Some words from Russell about the artwork created for the album:

The artworks, (30 mixed media pieces) that I eventually produced towards uses in the Hesitation Marks releases, evolved out of lengthy exchanges between myself and Trent and in response to the conceptual ideas that thread through the tracks and to the sonic territory that the album explores. I’ve tried to lock into the album’s prevailing mood and echo the album’s essence. The ideas are not communicated in a literal or easily digested form, as this would be boring for me and would insult the intelligence of a potential audience. I’ve tried to make works that obliquely allude to the essence of the subject matter, to its emotional core. 
As with my self-initiated works - the paintings, assemblages, collages and multimedia installations - personal ideas and obsessions seep into these works. The organic, the natural, prevailing over or feeding into the industrial, the man made, is a common theme in my work generally and in this instance was particularly apt for the art required.
The works explore ideas of catharsis, of being into dissolution into being, both on a personal and sociological level. They allude to ideas about chaos and order. They deal with ways of suggesting presence in absence. They are a cross between the forensic and a pathology of the personal in which only fragments remain, in which minimal clues can suggest events that may have occurred. They attempt to harness the chaos of a situation, of now, of the personal trauma, of the human condition, into a form that is coherent, a form that accommodates the mess without disguising it as something else. It attempts to capture the essence of these ideas by implication and exclusion. Beneath the form lies the uncertainty and ceaseless flux of the mess, of the chaos.    
An amalgam of the contextually-anchored and the process-driven, they are hopefully powerful, arresting, seductive, suggestive and resonant. I hope that they will invite multiple readings.

Hesitation Marks is out September 3rd. Pre-order now direct from nin.com or from iTunes.