Building Steam With A Grain of Salt

Hello, the name's Bosco.

I'm a 23 year old chick (can be hard to tell sometimes hehe) but I feel like a 56 year old dude trapped inside this body due to my vast appreciation for the acid house scene. (*Awkward silence) I used to be 'Still 1996", but my blog was hacked, so I created this one as a revival blog. I must warn that I have an affinity for James Dean, Marek Hemmann, Guy Gerber, and sometimes Chino Moreno. I love the ocean, sky photography, have a really bad knack for men's shoes, and adore collecting old jazz cassettes. I am currently a bedroom DJ looking for a residency around the NYC area; I'm really inspired by Larry Levan and most of all my dad to run my own radio night and promote up and coming artists & give chances to showcase their talent. I'm also trying my hand at production and designing a studio setup where I can record bands, artists, singers, rappers, etc seamlessly and professionally. In the near future I'm hoping to release a few singles and possibly an album, so feel free to check out the links section for free content, track previews, mixes, and more.

Carpe Diem, always :)

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thelenscollective:

Laura Braun - Métier
"In our consumer society, branded commerce and large company structures dominate. Nonetheless, in London, where I live, small independent businesses still exist, continuing to operate in a way that is in stark contrast to corporate culture. Perhaps a city like London, with its large and diverse population, offers an environment particularly well suited to the survival of such places, where space and service are personal and wares and tools have a tangible connection with individual histories.
In 2007, I started a photographic project about people who run such businesses. It was to be an addition to my portfolio, an excursion into portraiture that I had planned to complete in a few months. Instead, I continued to photograph shops and workshops, shopkeepers, and craftsmen and -women for the following six years.
I was curious about people, who, despite unglamorous routines, take pride in their work and have a sense of themselves closely linked to their occupation.”
http://www.laurabraun.net/

It’s funny how personal projects can last a lot longer than you expect. You can really see the extra time she put in for this one. -Emily
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thelenscollective:

Laura Braun - Métier
"In our consumer society, branded commerce and large company structures dominate. Nonetheless, in London, where I live, small independent businesses still exist, continuing to operate in a way that is in stark contrast to corporate culture. Perhaps a city like London, with its large and diverse population, offers an environment particularly well suited to the survival of such places, where space and service are personal and wares and tools have a tangible connection with individual histories.
In 2007, I started a photographic project about people who run such businesses. It was to be an addition to my portfolio, an excursion into portraiture that I had planned to complete in a few months. Instead, I continued to photograph shops and workshops, shopkeepers, and craftsmen and -women for the following six years.
I was curious about people, who, despite unglamorous routines, take pride in their work and have a sense of themselves closely linked to their occupation.”
http://www.laurabraun.net/

It’s funny how personal projects can last a lot longer than you expect. You can really see the extra time she put in for this one. -Emily
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thelenscollective:

Laura Braun - Métier
"In our consumer society, branded commerce and large company structures dominate. Nonetheless, in London, where I live, small independent businesses still exist, continuing to operate in a way that is in stark contrast to corporate culture. Perhaps a city like London, with its large and diverse population, offers an environment particularly well suited to the survival of such places, where space and service are personal and wares and tools have a tangible connection with individual histories.
In 2007, I started a photographic project about people who run such businesses. It was to be an addition to my portfolio, an excursion into portraiture that I had planned to complete in a few months. Instead, I continued to photograph shops and workshops, shopkeepers, and craftsmen and -women for the following six years.
I was curious about people, who, despite unglamorous routines, take pride in their work and have a sense of themselves closely linked to their occupation.”
http://www.laurabraun.net/

It’s funny how personal projects can last a lot longer than you expect. You can really see the extra time she put in for this one. -Emily
    • nprradiopictures:

thelenscollective:

Laura Braun - Métier
"In our consumer society, branded commerce and large company structures dominate. Nonetheless, in London, where I live, small independent businesses still exist, continuing to operate in a way that is in stark contrast to corporate culture. Perhaps a city like London, with its large and diverse population, offers an environment particularly well suited to the survival of such places, where space and service are personal and wares and tools have a tangible connection with individual histories.
In 2007, I started a photographic project about people who run such businesses. It was to be an addition to my portfolio, an excursion into portraiture that I had planned to complete in a few months. Instead, I continued to photograph shops and workshops, shopkeepers, and craftsmen and -women for the following six years.
I was curious about people, who, despite unglamorous routines, take pride in their work and have a sense of themselves closely linked to their occupation.”
http://www.laurabraun.net/

It’s funny how personal projects can last a lot longer than you expect. You can really see the extra time she put in for this one. -Emily

    nprradiopictures:

    thelenscollective:

    Laura Braun - Métier

    "In our consumer society, branded commerce and large company structures dominate. Nonetheless, in London, where I live, small independent businesses still exist, continuing to operate in a way that is in stark contrast to corporate culture. Perhaps a city like London, with its large and diverse population, offers an environment particularly well suited to the survival of such places, where space and service are personal and wares and tools have a tangible connection with individual histories.

    In 2007, I started a photographic project about people who run such businesses. It was to be an addition to my portfolio, an excursion into portraiture that I had planned to complete in a few months. Instead, I continued to photograph shops and workshops, shopkeepers, and craftsmen and -women for the following six years.

    I was curious about people, who, despite unglamorous routines, take pride in their work and have a sense of themselves closely linked to their occupation.”

    http://www.laurabraun.net/

    It’s funny how personal projects can last a lot longer than you expect. You can really see the extra time she put in for this one. -Emily

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  1. Dntel - (This Is) The Dream Of Evan And Chan (Superpitcher Kompakt remix)

  2. Peverelist - Gather

  3. "Everything is natural. The light on your fingertips is starlight. Life begins with coiling — molecules and nebulae. Cruelty, selfishness, and vanity are boring. Each self is many selves. Reason is beauty. Light and darkness are arbitrary divisions. Cleanliness is as undefinable and as natural as filth. The physiological body is pure spirit. Monotony is madness. The frontier is both outside and inside. The universe is the messiah. The senses are gods and goddesses. Where the body is — there are all things."
    Michael McClure (via sublimesea)

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  4. wherethezooends:

    seeing pictures of you in the beginning 
    seeing pictures of you when you were in love
    time is on the outside looking in… 

    (Source: oaken-wait, via 12oz-mouse)

  5. postgraduatepunk:

    Flowers in the Dustbin, “Why Does it Hurt?,” Ko, recorded 1986, released 2014.

    Cheers to the folks at Freaks Run Wild for finally pressing this amazing album!

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  6. music-ex-machina:

    Junior Murvin - Cool Out Son

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  7. dorkvader:

    Cinema Soundtrack Saturdays
    Through the Roof n Underground by Gogol Bordello
    From Wristcutters: A Love Story

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  8. (Source: srsfunny, via elmerseason)

  9. treatmelikethesea:

    I would really love some peaches and for the world to end.