1. vibeden:

Moog Modular Synth 55

    vibeden:

    Moog Modular Synth 55

  2. dronesleep:

420lbsound:

SOMA

<3 <3 <3

    dronesleep:

    420lbsound:

    SOMA

    <3 <3 <3

  3. (Source: feedtheflies)

  4. And I have still other smothered memories, now unfolding themselves into limbless monsters of pain.

    — Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita (via dollymyfolly)

  5. (Source: fuckyeahherzog)

  6. (Source: dragonauta)

  7. heksekunst-nord:

ca-ripper:

THRASH .   Some of my thrash tapes.

my dad has most of these still set up in the living room.

wow &#8220;acid reign&#8221; best band name 

    heksekunst-nord:

    ca-ripper:

    THRASH .   Some of my thrash tapes.

    my dad has most of these still set up in the living room.

    wow “acid reign” best band name 

  8. cinephiles-in-asia:

    (4/21/14): For RSD 2014, UK Instrumental Doom/Stoner Metal band 'Gonga' teamed up with none other than Portishead’s Beth Gibbons for an awesome cover.

    This is incredible!

  9. (Source: headcruise)

  10. rollership:

Moebius  - Jean Giraud

    rollership:

    Moebius  - Jean Giraud

  11. blackpaint20:

Caravaggio, detail from Head of Medusa

    blackpaint20:

    Caravaggio, detail from Head of Medusa

    (Source: arainyplace)

  12. magictransistor:

Holy Warbles

All Suffering is the Apparent Separation of Boredom and Care

    magictransistor:

    Holy Warbles

    All Suffering is the Apparent Separation of Boredom and Care

  13. brucesterling:

UFO typologies, 1967

    brucesterling:

    UFO typologies, 1967

  14. magictransistor:

Paul Laffoley. Temporality: The Great Within of the Universe. 1974.

    magictransistor:

    Paul Laffoley. Temporality: The Great Within of the Universe. 1974.

  15. 
Coil’s soundtrack to the 1985 film The Angelic Conversation by Derek Jarman. Its tone is set by the juxtaposition of slow moving photographic images and Shakespeare’s sonnets read by Judi Dench. The film consists primarily of homoerotic images and opaque landscapes through which two men take a journey into their own desires.

    Coil’s soundtrack to the 1985 film The Angelic Conversation by Derek Jarman. Its tone is set by the juxtaposition of slow moving photographic images and Shakespeare’s sonnets read by Judi Dench. The film consists primarily of homoerotic images and opaque landscapes through which two men take a journey into their own desires.