The Odd Harmonic

A collection of musings, distractions, inspirations, and other random crap that appeals to me....

A system of class applied to a rock festival

jehnnybeth:

It’s been 20 years since the release of Soundgarden’s best album ‘Superunknown’, and I only discovered it this year! I recently revisited all the big ’90s records after I realised I sadly missed that step in my teenage years. Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Mad Seasons, Faith no More… I…

Right fuckin On

That’s what salvia felt like , only much much more terrifying

That’s what salvia felt like , only much much more terrifying

(Source: cromeoz, via 420lbsound)

My father had taught me to be nice first, because you can always be mean later, but once you’ve been mean to someone, they won’t believe the nice anymore. So be nice, be nice, until it’s time to stop being nice, then destroy them.

—Laurell K. Hamilton, A Stroke of Midnight (via rabbitinthemoon)

(via 420lbsound)

theunderestimator:

Early `80s Swedish punks (via).

For early `80s German punks, press 1.

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For early `80s UK punks, press 3.

For early `80s French punks, press 4.

For early `80s Dutch punks, press 5.

For early `80s Greek punks, please hold…

(via public-image-limited)

humansofnewyork:

“I wanted to be a defense lawyer because I wanted to come back and protect my community. I wanted to protect my people from the police. People around here grow up hating the police. But you know what they’ve done? The police have recruited our people. They’ve made it more complicated. They’ve got Dominicans and Puerto Ricans doing their work for them. Because they know it’s hard to hate your people. But as soon as that badge goes on, it changes you. Once that badge goes on, your people are the ‘boys in blue.’”

Callin it like it is

humansofnewyork:

“I wanted to be a defense lawyer because I wanted to come back and protect my community. I wanted to protect my people from the police. People around here grow up hating the police. But you know what they’ve done? The police have recruited our people. They’ve made it more complicated. They’ve got Dominicans and Puerto Ricans doing their work for them. Because they know it’s hard to hate your people. But as soon as that badge goes on, it changes you. Once that badge goes on, your people are the ‘boys in blue.’”

Callin it like it is

littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Translucent Neo Realism of Eduardo Naranjo

He was distinguished in 1991 as “Extremadura Hoy” and the Gold Medal of Extremadura, and in 1995 was awarded the Military Cross for his contribution to the Arts and the Army.

His work is disturbing and complex. The drawing is perfect, transcendent and illusory to contribute a special light and a colorful austere… It is a metaphorical realism, fantasy and imaginative work.

(via actuallygrimes)