Our relationships with music sometimes resemble our relationships with people:...– Stephen Thompson on what to do when you’ve burned out on your favorite music (via nprmusic)
ohhiizzy: my biggest problem right now is i cant tell the difference between the yellow and white gummy bears. the agony of thinking one is white and realizing its yellow as soon as its in my mouth is unbearable.
nobrainslob: grotle: if you want to find the biggest asshole at a party, leave a acoustic guitar out ‘i don’t know if you’ve heard of this one’ *opening chords to wonderwall*
kateoplis: “Music moves people of all cultures, in... →
kateoplis: “Music moves people of all cultures, in a way that doesn’t seem to happen with other animals. Nobody really understands why listening to music — which, unlike sex or food, has no intrinsic value — can trigger such profoundly rewarding experiences. Salimpoor and other neuroscientists are trying…
Taste isn’t everything. I’ve seen too many happy relationships in which the two...– Stephen Thompson on what to do when someone you love likes music you hate (via nprmusic)