1. Album Art

    newsweek:

    nprmusic:

    We combed through 1,540 songs to find the next great artists to come out of the SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas. Hear the All Songs Considered crew highlight 15 bands they can’t wait to see this week

    Watch Damon Albarn, St. Vincent, Kelis, Eagulls and Perfect Pussy play the NPR Music SXSW Showcase live tonight, starting at 8:50 p.m. ET. 

    Title
    SXSW 2014 Music Preview
    Artist
    NPR's All Songs Considered
  2. Let’s get ready to rumble!!

    Let’s get ready to rumble!!

  3. "Dropping Science" by Adam Cole. Times like these when I really miss NPR. 

    Find more at the NPR Science Tumblr: skunkbear.tumblr.com. 

  4. Daniela Andrade resurrects Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Crazy’ in the most amazing way.

  5. artemisvoice:

    Miles Davis, 1986

    Irving Penn

  6. explore-blog:

Oblique Strategies – Brian Eno’s prompts for overcoming creative block, inspired by John Cage.

Pair with famous writers, artists, and designers on how to break through your creative block.

    explore-blog:

    Oblique Strategies – Brian Eno’s prompts for overcoming creative block, inspired by John Cage.

    Pair with famous writers, artists, and designers on how to break through your creative block.

  7. fastcompany:

Pour one out for Facebook, which in a few short years may become a shell of its current, blue-bordered self. According to a new study out of Princeton’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Facebook will see a dramatic drop in usage rates before the end of the decade, losing 80% of its peak user base between 2015 and 2017.

#sawitcoming

    fastcompany:

    Pour one out for Facebook, which in a few short years may become a shell of its current, blue-bordered self. According to a new study out of Princeton’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Facebook will see a dramatic drop in usage rates before the end of the decade, losing 80% of its peak user base between 2015 and 2017.

    #sawitcoming

  8. theatlantic:

    Track of the Day: Wild Cub’s “Thunder Clatter”

    A tropical dance track with new-wave traces of Cut Copy and The Cure.

    Read more.

    Good to remember winter doesn’t last forever :)

  9. guardian:

    The coldest city in the world - in pictures 

    While the US recovers from the recent polar vortex, in the city of Yakutsk, locals continue daily life in -45C (-49F). Located on the permanently frozen tundra of Russia’s far east, Yakutsk is generally considered the coldest city in the world. Photographs: Amos Chapple

    I’ve been wondering where this was for a while now…

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