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Aug 25
caterpillargirl:

Annie Clark is incredible

caterpillargirl:

Annie Clark is incredible

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Aug 18
“I’d been thinking about Robin Williams a bit recently. His manager Larry Bresner told me that when Robin was asked by a German journalist on a press junket why the Germans had a reputation for humourlessness that Williams replied, “Because you killed all the funny people.” Robin Williams was exciting to me because he seemed to be sat upon a geyser of comedy. Like he didn’t manufacture it laboriously within but had only to open a valve and it would come bursting through in effervescent jets. He was plugged into the mains of comedy. I was aware too that this burbling and manic man-child that I watched on the box on my Nan’s front room floor with a Mork action figure (I wish I still had that, he came in a plastic egg) struggled with mental illness and addiction. The chaotic clarity that lashed like an electric cable, that razzed and sparked with amoral, puckish wonder was in fact harvested madness. A refinement of an energy that could turn as easily to destruction as creativity. He spoke candidly about his mental illness and addiction, how he felt often on a precipice of self-destruction, whether through substance misuse or some act of more certain finality. I thought that this articulate acknowledgement amounted to a kind of vaccine against the return of such diseased thinking, which has proven to be hopelessly naive. When someone gets to 63 I imagined, hoped, I suppose, that maturity would grant an immunity to adolescent notions of suicide but today I read that suicide isn’t exclusively a young man’s game. Robin Williams at 63 still hadn’t come to terms with being Robin Williams.” Russell Brand: Robin Williams’ divine madness will no longer disrupt the sadness of the world | Comment is free | The Guardian (via newsweek)

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Aug 10

St. Vincent at Celebrate Brooklyn - August 9th, 2014 (x/x)

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Jun 24
rollingstone:

St. Vincent opens up about finding Nirvana, childhood anxiety and her sexuality like never before.

So Annie Clark says she doesn’t identify as any particular sexual orientation (or gender, really) but then says she’d like the emphasis to be on the music. But guess what the big pull quote is in the print edition?

rollingstone:

St. Vincent opens up about finding Nirvana, childhood anxiety and her sexuality like never before.

So Annie Clark says she doesn’t identify as any particular sexual orientation (or gender, really) but then says she’d like the emphasis to be on the music. But guess what the big pull quote is in the print edition?

(via fuckyeahstvincent)


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Mar 18

pizzakari:

amazing


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