andrethegiantt:

Lvl. 100 EP

Twitter: @Sxmus
Email: sxmusss@gmail.com
Cover Art : Tom Hancocks (Instagram.com/tomrrw)

kanencat37:

pantheisticsunshine:

Science has proven that: 

  • Humans have auras
  • Humans have organs that sense energy
  • We inherit memories from our anscestors
  • Meditation repairs telomeres in DNA, which slows the process of aging. 
  • Compassion extends life
  • Love is more than just an emotion
  • Billions of other universes exist 
  • Meditation speeds healing

This is inaccurate, a lot of this hasn’t ever been proven :/

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YEH! YEHYEHYEHYEH!!! INDIGORICK! INDIGOCHILDRICK! YEHYEH! YEH!

fuck with @sxmus

blastortoise:

black people: haha white people can’t dance

white person: oh but if i said black people are too busy eating watermelon to get off their monkey lazy nigger asses then it would be racist???

white person: I am so SICK of these double standards……

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lil boosie- they dykin 

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smh I gotta check those out, I ain’t been checking for em for like the last few years at all lol

I was a really really avid fan back in the day man, I still love their older music, the shit is timeless. I honestly haven’t heard anything they’ve put out after Viva La Vida tho, so idk if I can really call myself a proper fan anymore

Anonymous inquired Are you into Radiohead (I hope so!) if so, where should I start with them? I've always admired Thom Yorke, but his discog is slighty overwhelming. what do you think? Is there anything I should avoid? Side projects?

I was a pretty big fan back in my angsty pre-teen days, I don’t listen as much as I used to tho. My personal favorite Radiohead album is Amnesiac, but that has more to do with nostalgia than the music itself. In Rainbows would be my pick for their “best” album, it was the first where it didn’t feel like Thom was just completely in his own head, the music is a lot cohesive and the melodies are a lot “prettier” for lack of a better term. It’s a truly beautiful piece of work. I am really not familiar with the pre- Ok Computer albums, so I can’t really comment on those. The Eraser (Thom’s solo album) was ight, had a few songs on there that I really fuck with but as a whole was kind of underwhelming to me. Atoms is my least favorite project that Thom has been involved in, personally. Hope that helped smh