peternyc:

Dad and his two kids form DMK, a Depeche Mode cover band from Bogotá, Colombia. 

Dicken Schrader: Keyboard, xylophone, tambourine, soda bottle, maraca and voice.
Milah Schrader: Ukulele, melodica and voice.
Korben Schrader: Toy keyboard, can set and voice.

Audio mix by Tato Lopera.
Music and lyrics by Martin L. Gore (Depeche Mode).

A Youtube commenter: For the people don’t know the history, this guy lost his wife and the kids was so depressed, he don;t find better way to out the depression than the music, here’s the result of this job.”

(Source: peternyc)

toholdtheuniverse:

The Twenty-Seven Club

Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix. All extremely talented musicians whose lives were cut short at the young age of 27. This photo series focuses on how the tragic loss of these young talents is still quite prevalent today. The ink tears streaming down their faces show the sadness that is still very real, even for the youngest generations. 

(Source: reliquaryy, via theworldofsuzywho)

Berlin, dir. Julian Schnabel, 2007

Lou Reed’s 2006 live concert performance of his 1973 concept album “Berlin”, filmed over five nights at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York.

Benjamin Clementine - Cornerstone

Lou Reed - Street Hassle

My cousin Ton-Ton, in the middle, who passed his board exams for nursing in the Philippines earlier this year. I have a feeling for why I’m posting this, but the feeling is mostly preverbal right now. Also, I love the color in the photo. (Source: Ton-Ton’s mom (my mom’s sister) in my Facebook feed. Original photographer unknown, but kuddos to everyone bradz.)

My cousin Ton-Ton, in the middle, who passed his board exams for nursing in the Philippines earlier this year. I have a feeling for why I’m posting this, but the feeling is mostly preverbal right now. Also, I love the color in the photo. (Source: Ton-Ton’s mom (my mom’s sister) in my Facebook feed. Original photographer unknown, but kuddos to everyone bradz.)

Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth

A video essay on Rushmore, the film that made me want to make films.

Rick Owens’ Paris Fashion Week Steppers

The lockstep choreography and movement in things like this always get me. It reminds me of how I found the National Theatre of Scotland’s Black Watch (a play staged like a fashion show with loud music and movement pieces) so profound I had to see it twice when it came to Seattle.