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Last Active 09-03-14 7:18 pm
Joined 04-19-12

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musical taste

Currently Digging:
Tim Hecker

favorite bands

roll that weed with the dmt in it, *twon voice*,

Recent Tracks:

Nine Inch Nails Something I Can Never Have
Nine Inch Nails Sanctified
Nine Inch Nails Down In It
An Autumn for Crippled Children Starlit Spirits
An Autumn for Crippled Children Avoiding Winter
An Autumn for Crippled Children Closer
An Autumn for Crippled Children Sepia Mountains for Her Lament
An Autumn for Crippled Children Hearts of Light
An Autumn for Crippled Children try not to destroy everthing you love
An Autumn for Crippled Children Never Complete
Most Played:

1) The Smiths 488 plays
2) Slowdive 394 plays
3) Whirr 351 plays
4) The Cure 337 plays
5) My Bloody Valentine 263 plays
6) Cocteau Twins 213 plays
7) Elliott Smith 194 plays
8) Deafheaven 186 plays
9) Grouper 180 plays
10) DIIV 169 plays
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  • spookynewghostfriend
    September 21 04:30 AM
  • Thunderkat Check out "morrissey - safe warm lanshire home" and " I know very well how I got my name" and "oh well I'll never learn". They're all songs from viva hate sessions. I know very well how I got my name is one of my favorites of all time
    September 20 11:44 PM
  • oltnabrick check out the new yung gleesh tape, cleansides finest 3. it slaps heavy, and he's from DC so u gotta represent tbh.
    September 20 05:30 PM
  • Thunderkat after the begining, this newer moz song sounds like it couldve been a smiths song, check out that guitar sounds like marr at points
    September 20 03:51 PM
  • Thunderkat unreleased remastered version of HOW SOON IS NOW, everything is same and dandy until 2:00 mark, then things get interesting, make sure to turn it up bass is at full blast
    September 19 01:18 AM

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