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Apr 22, 2014
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Check out my Red Bull Sound Select photo from Sound Select Presents: New York »

Check out my Red Bull Sound Select photo from Sound Select Presents: New York http://win.gs/1nnnOel #soundselect #breakmusic @RBsoundselect



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Apr 3, 2014
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Playback: Smokey Robinson / Cam’ron

Smokey Robinson - “Merry Go Ride”

Cam’ron - “Soap Opera”


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Apr 1, 2014
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Frankie Knuckles Boiler Room NYC DJ Set


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Mar 23, 2014
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The Bowery wall. #mayahayuk

The Bowery wall. #mayahayuk


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Mar 4, 2014
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Red white y azul

Red white y azul


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Feb 19, 2014
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🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit croak. $4.99/lb

🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit croak. $4.99/lb


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Feb 14, 2014
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💔 I imagine this went something like: “Happy Valentine’s Day. Now take your shit and get the hell out of my life!” #recordplayertoss #timelessbreakupmaterial

💔 I imagine this went something like: “Happy Valentine’s Day. Now take your shit and get the hell out of my life!” #recordplayertoss #timelessbreakupmaterial


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Feb 9, 2014
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A banana with that much attitude can only be filled with dirty syringes. 💉

A banana with that much attitude can only be filled with dirty syringes. 💉


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Feb 4, 2014
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skunkbear:

These images are a a much more beautiful way of saying this:

Iceland was formed from lava at the edge of two parting tectonic plates. It has 30 volcanic “systems” that include hundreds of volcanoes - and 13 of those have erupted since Iceland was settled in 784, spewing enormous quantities of volcanic ash.  The North Atlantic Current keeps the weather pretty mild (even though Iceland is as close to the North Pole as Alaska) and it also brings the moisture that has fueled the formation of glaciers on Iceland’s volcanic slopes.  [Insert “Song of Ice and Fire” reference here]

Russian photographer Андрей Ермолаев (Andre Ermolaev) has captured the amazing natural paintings created when Icelandic glaciers melt and the water braids its way through volcanic ash. You can see more aerial photos and landscapes here.

(via npr)