Albums listened to while continuing the job search, and if you have any jobs available, please contact me

Vivian Girls' Share the Joy
Liechtenstein's Survivial Strategies in a Modern World
Heartless Bastards' The Mountain
Glasser's Ring
Lykke Li's Wounded Rhymes


Evening film

Edvard Munch

The Day After

(Painting reblogged from booksvscigarettes.tumblr.com)

Annie Hall

I want to be more like her. Being me is not working.

It was Virginia Woolf who said...

Women have served all these centuries as looking-glasses possessing the magic and delicious power of reflecting the figure of a man at twice its natural size.

(From her book A Room of One's Own)

(Quotation found at narratrix.tumblr.com)


Evening film

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is marvelous piece of work. Elizabeth and Richard act despairingly beautifully together.

(Photo reblogged from theathenaeum.tumblr.com/)

Albums listened to while rearranging my overcrowded room and writing cover letters

Lightning Dust's Infinite Light
Joan As Police Woman's Real Life
Frightened Rabbit's The Winter of Mixed Drinks


A Single Man

I should dress more like this.

Albums listened to while tediously organizing a Shakespeare paper and drinking from a refilled mug

Friday's Twee As Punk playlist
The Vaselines' Enter the Vaselines
The Joy Formidable's The Big Roar
Thao and the Get Down Stay Down's Know Better Learn Faster


Admiral Fallow

I can't resist the bits of this song when the male and female vocals dip and dive around each other. I love Scottish accents and explosive endings. Thanks, All Songs Considered.



Twee As Punk's radio existence has been ended by the necessity that I graduate. "Lazy...Summer" is what remains. I will miss my attempts as DJ Finn Finn, host and curator. Being a radio DJ has been one of my favorite and most peculiar collegiate experiences and it would be awesome if I could continue to be a DJ in the future. Twee As Punk won't completely leave me. I will keep it by my side and maintain allegiance to my favorite sub-genres:

1. "Lazy Heart" by Black Tambourine
2. "Winter '94" by Henry's Dress
3. "Black Hole" by Grass Widow
4. "No Side to Fall in" by The Raincoats
5. "Wake Up" by Essential Logic
6. "Colossal Youth" by Young Marble Giants
7. "Cake Shop Girl" by Swell Maps
8. "All That Ever Mattered" by Shop Assistants
9. "Slushy" by The Vaselines
10. "Sophistication" by Liechtenstein
11. "Anticipation" by Delta 5
12. "Come Get Me" by 14 Iced Bears
13. "Love Song" by Au Pairs
14. "Where's Bill Grundy Now" by Television Personalities
15. "Friends of the Heroes" by The Aislers Set
16. "Falling and Laughing" by Orange Juice
17. "White Mice" by Mo-Dettes
18. "Politics!" by Girls at Our Best!
20. "Indian Summer" by Beat Happening


Evening film

Twee As Punk

It pains me to say that tomorrow, Friday, is the last night of Twee As Punk's existence as a radio show on ACRN.com. Please listen in at 8 pm for my very favorite batch of twee-pop and post-punk songs.

I will be sad to no longer have the opportunity to spout fun facts about my most beloved indie genres, but I hope to continue to utilize the Twee As Punk name for good things in the near future.


Louis Vuitton

This is my favorite collection of the season.

(Photos from style.com)


Paul Simon and Shelley Duvall

Two of the coolest, both of whom appear in Annie Hall.

(Photo reblogged from anneyhall.tumblr.com)