Erratically Chasing Erato
Archive
I am the nicest misanthrope you will (n)ever meet. Depending on you ask, I am either a beaner or am white-washed, am a nomadic soul with a lust for women, booze, literature, and music (I have an iPod like, as The Limousines say, a pirate ship). Sometimes, music rescues me from misanthropy. Sometimes, books makes me forget of my cynicism and compels me to find my muse. There is nothing more fickle than a muse
Posted on 15th Sep at 4:10 PM, with 51,672 notes

adreciclarte:

THE MAKING OF “IN VOLUPTAS MORS” – SALVADOR DALI BY PHILIPPE HALSMAN

 

Tagged: #Salvadir Dalí,
Posted on 12th Sep at 11:21 PM, with 1 note
20 and 5
Take on Me—ABBA (Sweden)
How Do You—Radiohead (England)
Veneno Vil—Fobia (México)
The Queen’s Rebuke/The Crossing—The Decemberists (U.S.)
Dreams So Real—Metric (Canada)
Brother Woodrow-Closing Prayer—The Afghan Whigs (U.S.)
Interlude Complicado—Porter (México)
Plans—Grizzly Bear (U.S.)
Summer Babe (Winter Version)—Pavement (U.S.)
No Puedo Verte—La Gusana Ciega (México)
Things You Said—Depeche Mode (England)
Esa Chispa—Los Fresones Rebeldes (España)
¿No Quieres Venir?—Volován (México)
Give Me It—The Cure (England)
She Lives In My Lap—Outkast (U.S.)
West End Girls—Pet Shop Boys (England)
Harness Your Hopes—Pavement (U.S.)
These Days—Joy Division (England)
Poder—Artefakto (México)
Hiding on the Staircase—New Young Pony Club (England)
The Coming of Spring—The Rapture (U.S.)
Heaven is a Truck—Pavement (U.S.)
Ninety Degrees—Ladytron (England)
What Can I Do?—Antony and the Johnsons (U.S.)
Flood of Red—…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (U.S.)
View high resolution

20 and 5

  1. Take on MeABBA (Sweden)
  2. How Do YouRadiohead (England)
  3. Veneno VilFobia (México)
  4. The Queen’s Rebuke/The CrossingThe Decemberists (U.S.)
  5. Dreams So RealMetric (Canada)
  6. Brother Woodrow-Closing PrayerThe Afghan Whigs (U.S.)
  7. Interlude ComplicadoPorter (México)
  8. PlansGrizzly Bear (U.S.)
  9. Summer Babe (Winter Version)Pavement (U.S.)
  10. No Puedo VerteLa Gusana Ciega (México)
  11. Things You SaidDepeche Mode (England)
  12. Esa ChispaLos Fresones Rebeldes (España)
  13. ¿No Quieres Venir?Volován (México)
  14. Give Me ItThe Cure (England)
  15. She Lives In My LapOutkast (U.S.)
  16. West End GirlsPet Shop Boys (England)
  17. Harness Your HopesPavement (U.S.)
  18. These DaysJoy Division (England)
  19. PoderArtefakto (México)
  20. Hiding on the StaircaseNew Young Pony Club (England)
  21. The Coming of SpringThe Rapture (U.S.)
  22. Heaven is a TruckPavement (U.S.)
  23. Ninety DegreesLadytron (England)
  24. What Can I Do?Antony and the Johnsons (U.S.)
  25. Flood of Red…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (U.S.)
Tagged: #Shuffle,
Posted on 9th Sep at 11:15 PM, with 707 notes
Artwork

T. Rex, badasses.

brandybonin:

T. Rex - Jeepster (1971)

Posted on 7th Sep at 11:25 PM, with 3 notes
Time, In Its Final Moments

It’s almost a tragedy

When I see all the time

I have in the world

Slowly die as each second

Grabs a hold of the skin

On my hands,

Searching for comfort

In their final moments.

I sing them a song of comfort,

One passed down through

Generation after generation

Of Caballero women

In the rustic landscape

Of Michoacán,

To ease their transition

From present to past tense.

©2015 José-Ariel Cuevas

Tagged: #Poetry, #Personal,
Posted on 6th Sep at 1:55 AM, with 1 note

I woke up at 5am to catch this fight live (via livestream) from Tokyo,Akira Yaegashi-Román González was an epic fight, and Román González dominated a great flyweight champion. And now, he awaits the winner of Juan Francisco Estrada-Giovani Segura later on tonight, to vie for 112lb supremacy.

Posted on 6th Sep at 1:40 AM
From an hour ago, waiting for the light rail after work—7 Eleven struggle coffee coursing through my veins. (Endnote: the light rail was a sad poem of hotel workers struggling to stay awake; homeless people struggling, period; teenage layabouts smoking reefer.)
View high resolution

From an hour ago, waiting for the light rail after work—7 Eleven struggle coffee coursing through my veins. (Endnote: the light rail was a sad poem of hotel workers struggling to stay awake; homeless people struggling, period; teenage layabouts smoking reefer.)

Posted on 4th Sep at 9:21 PM, with 3 notes
Hasta el Buki comentó sobre el fallecimiento de Gustavo Cerati. Eso habla tanto de lo que significó Cerati al mundo musical de latinoamérica. (Even Marco Antonio Solís talked about the death of Gustavo Cerati. It speaks volumes to what Cerati meant to Latin America as a musician.)

Hasta el Buki comentó sobre el fallecimiento de Gustavo Cerati. Eso habla tanto de lo que significó Cerati al mundo musical de latinoamérica. (Even Marco Antonio Solís talked about the death of Gustavo Cerati. It speaks volumes to what Cerati meant to Latin America as a musician.)

Start
00:00 AM