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Somewhere on the Golden Coast.

kman3115:

"Ah Gun"~Spraynard


Changes seem harder the more I age and the more I stay the same
Maybe everyone is thinking the same thing and I’m the one in a different place

(via stillbrittastrophee)

— 1 month ago with 4 notes

phillies:

Jimmy’s record breaking hit, told through GIFs.

— 1 month ago with 383 notes
phillies:

Grabbing a foul ball on the fly deserves this kind of celebration.

phillies:

Grabbing a foul ball on the fly deserves this kind of celebration.

— 1 month ago with 181 notes
Sup nerds, the Albert Square at some street Fest.

Sup nerds, the Albert Square at some street Fest.

— 1 month ago with 1 note
aquariumdrunkard:

Range And Basin: Sonoran Roots, R&B, And Hard Rock 1966-1978
Josefus – Crazy Man (1970) Roy and the Dew Drops – The One Who’s Hurting (Is You) (1967) Mike Fiems – Desert Sands (1974) Goose Creek Symphony – Confusion (1970) Link Wray -Tucson, Arizona (1972) Danny and the Velaires – Shaggy Dog (1967) Warren S. Richardson Jr. – Shady Lady (1969) Frank & Woody Show – Big Trouble (1978) Hamana – I Remember Your Smile (1974) Hans Olson – Western Winds (1973) Mile Ends – Farris Wheel (1967) Sanford Clark – It’s Nothing To Me (1966) Motion – Pardon My Reflection (1963) Lon Rogers and the Soul Blenders – Too Good to Be True (1968)
Related: Old Gold: Sonoran Country, Garage Blues, Pop, Soul and Avant-Garde from Arizona 1951-1971 

aquariumdrunkard:

Range And Basin: Sonoran Roots, R&B, And Hard Rock 1966-1978

Josefus – Crazy Man (1970)
Roy and the Dew Drops – The One Who’s Hurting (Is You) (1967)
Mike Fiems – Desert Sands (1974)
Goose Creek Symphony – Confusion (1970)
Link Wray -Tucson, Arizona (1972)
Danny and the Velaires – Shaggy Dog (1967)
Warren S. Richardson Jr. – Shady Lady (1969)
Frank & Woody Show – Big Trouble (1978)
Hamana – I Remember Your Smile (1974)
Hans Olson – Western Winds (1973)
Mile Ends – Farris Wheel (1967)
Sanford Clark – It’s Nothing To Me (1966)
Motion – Pardon My Reflection (1963)
Lon Rogers and the Soul Blenders – Too Good to Be True (1968)

Related: Old Gold: Sonoran Country, Garage Blues, Pop, Soul and Avant-Garde from Arizona 1951-1971 

— 1 month ago with 18 notes

Marine Headlands and Sutro Baths

— 1 month ago
#San Francscio 
On the way up to Mt. Whitney #bummersummer

On the way up to Mt. Whitney #bummersummer

— 1 month ago
#bummersummer 

phatnphunky:

asianmanrecords:

Hard Girls in a Stripped Down Session for Punks in Vegas.

New HARD GIRLS! This reminds me of a lot of some of my favorite Superdrag songs.

— 1 month ago with 27 notes

Drive towards Mt. Whitney tomorrow. Climb the damn thing Friday and Saturday. Is there snow up there right now? I hope there is no snow. 

— 1 month ago
#mt. whitney 

jaake:

aliphantparts:

Do You Know the Way to San Jose - Dionne Warwick

SAN JOSE

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phatnphunky:

The best fest. Get your tickets here: http://www.lauren-records.com/
Featuring PNP phamily members Shinobu, Leer and The Albert Square.

phatnphunky:

The best fest. Get your tickets here: http://www.lauren-records.com/

Featuring PNP phamily members Shinobu, Leer and The Albert Square.

— 1 month ago with 107 notes

jungleindierock:

Hamilton Leithauser - 11 O’Clock Friday Night

11 O’Clock Friday Night is from Hamilton Leithauser’s Black Hours out June 2014. Black Hours is the debut album from the lead singer of the Walkmen.

— 2 months ago with 24 notes