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You can find me here now. If you like good fashion and all things southern, visit my new website, Back Down South for “good looks below the Mason-Dixon line.”

This video is so beautiful that I cried just a little. 

Bon Iver - “Holocene” (Official Video)

In which director Nabil Elderkin interprets Bon Iver, Bon Iver single “Holocene” through an Icelandic kid exploring the island nation’s volcanic landscape and coastline. “It looked like Mars to me, so I always wanted to shoot [in Iceland],” Elderkin told National Geographic. “When Bon Iver gave me the reins on this video, I knew it had to be filmed there.” Check out Justin Vernon & Co.’s second Iceland-related endeavor of late above.

(Source: twentyfourbit)

fecastleberry:

“I leaned across the asparagus and asked her for a date.”
—J.F.K. on his first proposition to Jackie

fecastleberry:

“I leaned across the asparagus and asked her for a date.”

—J.F.K. on his first proposition to Jackie

Sleeping at Last - “Tension & Thrill”

When I look into your eyes 
I see that love is an iceberg
That throws us into the sea


Pink Chair Sessions, episode 2, Drew Holcomb

James Vincent McMorrow - “And if my heart should somehow stop”

I love everything about this album

Vintage Astros uniforms are the best. 

Vintage Astros uniforms are the best. 

(via justinprichard)

Derek Webb & Sandra McCracken - “Tennessee”

Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe, and Old Crow Medicine Show cover Woodie Guthrie’s “This Train is Bound for Glory” in Austin, Texas.

Also featured is the intro girl with a really annoying voice. 

The last time Jimmy Fallon brought out his spot-on Neil Young impression, he was joined by Bruce Springsteen, who — at the request of the Boss’ manager, Jon Landau — dressed up as his 1970s self, for an unlikely take on Willow Smith’s “Whip My Hair.” Now Fallon’s Young is back for an even more surreal (if that’s possible) tween pop cover: Miley Cyrus hit “Party In the U.S.A.” with harmony vocals by CSNY’s David Crosby and Graham Nash.

The Avett Brothers - “The Once and Future Carpenter” (CMT Unplugged)

Stream: Rave On Buddy Holly

Rave On Buddy Holly by concordmusicgroup

One of my favorite tracks from Bon Iver’s new album, “Holocene”, live on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

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