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enochliew:

Illustrations by Remko Gap Heemskerk

Inspired by the intense colours, layers, and vibe of NYC.

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thejoyofviolentmovement:

September 10th will mark the release of Factory Floor's DFA Records self-titled debut. “Turn It Up,” the first single off the debut effort is a somewhat sparse bit of house music — it’s a song rendered to it’s essential parts: propulsive and extremely propulsive drum and bass, explosively hot flashes of cymbal, and vocals seemingly coming in and out of the fog. The track is a club banger that sounds as though it could have been recorded and played in a nightclub back in 1988, although it was recorded and released in 2013. 

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enochliew:

Illustrations by Remko Gap Heemskerk

Inspired by the intense colours, layers, and vibe of NYC.

(Source: inprnt.com, via sheslostctrl)

cabbagerose:

joseph dirand
via: plastolux

cabbagerose:

joseph dirand

via: plastolux

thejoyofviolentmovement:

September 10th will mark the release of Factory Floor's DFA Records self-titled debut. “Turn It Up,” the first single off the debut effort is a somewhat sparse bit of house music — it’s a song rendered to it’s essential parts: propulsive and extremely propulsive drum and bass, explosively hot flashes of cymbal, and vocals seemingly coming in and out of the fog. The track is a club banger that sounds as though it could have been recorded and played in a nightclub back in 1988, although it was recorded and released in 2013. 

(Source: ummhello)

spatula:

Kana Nakanishi (via W1200xD380xH480 | Leibal)

spatula:

Kana Nakanishi (via W1200xD380xH480 | Leibal)

freshuclub:

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freshuclub:

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