Oh Yeah by Foxygen from the album: We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic

bestsongss:

Oh Yeah | Foxygen


Big Day Out, Australia
Photo by vibrantblack

Big Day Out, Australia

Photo by vibrantblack

I Can't Make You Love Me by Bon Iver

guccikage:

Bon Iver | I Can’t Make You Love Me

Cause I can’t make you love me
If you don’t
You can’t make your heart feel
Something it won’t
 

Cigarette Dayderams by Cage The Elephant from the album: Melophobia

mrcleanrightbehindyou:

You were only seventeen
Soft speak with a mean streak
Nearly brought me to my knees

Ocean Breathes Salty by Modest Mouse from the album: Good News for People Who Love Bad News

Ocean Breathes Salty // Modest Mouse

The size, shape, smell, texture and sound of a vinyl record; how do you explain to that teenager who doesn’t know that it’s a more beautiful musical experience than a mouse click? You get up off your ass, you grab them by the arm and you take them there. You put the record in their hands. You make them drop the needle on the platter. Then they’ll know.
Jack White (via brother-dimebag-darrell)

arapaulla:

Arcade Fire’s Studio Album Discography

thislifeisonmyside:

ineedirectiontoperfection:

“…By the way, i heard your album” Lou interrupts the discussion of Andy and the Velvets to redirect attention onto the five young men before him. “We were listening to it in the studio,” he says flatly, his voice all smoke and gravel, not realizing that he is about to make the day of every person in the room. “It was great. All those great guitar parts. You know, it’s very difficult to play like that. It sounds simple, but it’s not east to do. I thought it was great that bands are making music like that again.” Julian is beside himself, and simply cannot contain a smile. He sits up eagerly, abandoning his detached repose and says with meaning, with force, “None of it would have happened without you. We wouldn’t be here without you.” Everyone nods.”

The Strokes & Lou Reed: Art, Advertising and the Myth of Underground” - Filter Magazine, 2004

Be still my heart …