Amsterdam | Imagine Dragons
Your time will come if you wait for it, if you wait for it
It’s hard, believe me… I’ve tried
But I won’t wait much longer ‘cause these walls they’re crashing down
And I won’t wait much longer ‘cause these walls they’re crashing down
And I keep coming up short
How to make Rainbow Roses
STEP 1: Cut a perfect white rose from your garden with 8-9inches stem or buy such.
STEP2: You need to have water soluble colors. Choose four colors. Colors should be much different from each other with high contrast value. Do not choose both blue and indigo but replace one with violet. In the same way do not choose both orange and red. I shall suggest these combinations: RED-BLUE-GREEN-YELLOW, VIOLET-RED-BLUE-YELLOW or YELLOW-PURPLE-GREY-BLUE.
STEP3: Collect four cups or glasses filled with water. Add color to the water and steer well. Add drops of color until the water becomes totally opaque. Four cups will contain four different color solutions.
STEP4: Split the end part of the severed stem. Use a knife or sharp blade to cut lengthwise up to 6 inches.
STEP5: The four ends of the split stem is now should be dipped into four color cups. It should stand erect. Otherwise give support to it.
STEP6: Wait for 24 hours and see the magic. Look at the transformation of your simple white rose! Now take it out. After that bind the split ends using adhesive tapes.
“Disconnected” by The Reflections // Limerence (Out Now via Bandcamp)
As the days drift closer to full blown summer, I find myself leaning on more autumnal sounds to transport me to my favorite time of year. Recently, I ran across the new album by Los Angeles based dream pop/ new wavers, The Reflections, and the whole album fits the bill for what I’m looking for in autumnal sounds. There’s a pulse throughout the album that feels like a neon bathed, late night stroll through the city. Which city? It doesn’t really matter. It all feels like a dream, racing by in warped colors and hazy memories. The gorgeous, propulsive title track, “Disconnected” is a perfect representation of what awaits on the full length. The track floats on an ethereal choral vocal loop and driving post punk beat that highlight the hypnotic synth lines and soaring guitar blasts - all held tight by the dreamy vocal melody and killer hook. It’s a stunner that plays well in the heat of a summer night, but will sound even better beneath a crisp autumn night sky. Highest recommendation for fans of Film School and The Radio Dept.
Star Trek Main Theme - Michael Giacchino
In the past decade film scores have become increasingly visceral, abandoning the theme songs that you could whistle and vying for scoring that is primal. However Michael Giacchino in Star Trek Into Darkness calls back to the glory days of extravagant Hollywood scores that stick with you. In a way this score has the best of both worlds, a combination of the visceral a la Hans Zimmer and the classic John Williams memorable marches, but with a little John Adam’s Short Time In a Fast Machine thrown in there too. After being blown away with this score, now I can see Michael Giacchino becoming the next John Williams and making music that people will whistle and hum for decades to come.
“The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.”
“Turquoise” by V.A.S.T.
Turquoise is the color I need to get clean
The forest burned, and with it something inside me
stare at the gif for 30 seconds than look at the bottom one for a trippy experience