March 2, 2014

AKA: see my dick? 

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February 19, 2014


I hate that Jack White says Dan Auerbach is ripping him off. As a musician himself, he should know that new music, no matter what it sounds like, is a rip off of someone else. Music is just a continual cycle of taking other people’s shit. Just because Dan Auerbach is close in age and rising in…

Hey, guess what? That comment Jack made was in a personal email and was only meant to be seen by one person, his former wife. He would’ve never said something like that in an interview. Do you know what kind of crazy shit people say in confidence? I’ll bet you there are tons of musicians out there who think someone is ripping them off or copping their style and have said so to a friend or family member. They don’t ever intend for everyone and their dog to know they feel that way. It’s unfortunate and unfair to Jack that those emails saw the light of day.

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February 18, 2014

Either brooklynvegan or productshopnyc photoshopped that on his shirt. Fake. 

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February 3, 2014

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February 3, 2014

February 2nd already held a bittersweet significance because of ^^^ and it was made even worse with the huge loss of Philip Seymour Hoffman, a man I greatly admired. 

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January 28, 2014


It’s really hard to try and appreciate and enjoy Jack White while also having it constantly put in your face that he practically uses women and PoC as props.

Dude maybe Meg didn’t contribute a lot to the White Stripes as far as the songwriting process goes, but his work with Alison in the Dead Weather is a true collaboration and his album Blunderbuss came together from playing in a room with mostly women and they contributed a lot to the direction the album took. 

January 26, 2014

He looks so depressed. :( 

January 4, 2014
Very old school White Stripes. 

Very old school White Stripes. 


January 3, 2014

Anonymous asked: Six year olds can do a lot of things on their own. I've watched my younger sibling grow up finding things on his own.

I meant in relation to discovering music. More often than not, a 6 year old will be exposed to the music that his/her family or friends listen to or music from school. 

I don’t know why I keep responding to these messages because it is like people are missing the point intentionally just to be antagonistic. 

January 3, 2014

Anonymous asked: Stop mentioning parents and how they influence the music choice. I was six when I started getting into music, music my parents never played for me or thought I would like. Every time someone makes a good point you mention a parents influence, and that's not always the case.

You’re quibbling with my words. I said friends and family. How were you able to get this music if you were six?  You had to have been exposed to it by someone you knew unless you watched MTV when no one was around. When you were in the car you likely listened to whatever the person driving wanted to listen to. A six year old doesn’t get many choices.