“Kanye’s power resides in his wild creativity and expressiveness, his mastery of form, and his deep and uncompromising attachment to a self-made aesthetic that he expresses through means that are entirely of the moment: rap music, digital downloads, fashion, Twitter, blogs, live streaming video. He is the first true genius of the iPhone era, the Mozart of contemporary American music.” —David Samuel’s Atlantic feature story on Kanye West, which sadly (but unsurprisingly) consists of zero interviews with Kanye or Jay-Z, but is still incredibly compelling regardless.
“Every week it seems like there’s a new film or music festival, and a half-dozen “one of a kind” shows, and a thousand other events, from lectures to poetry to trivia nights.” —
From this article suggesting this is a PROBLEM.
Sometimes you make it very hard for this periphery kid to like you, Toronto.
“There’s no time for romance, we have shit to Avenge.” — Scarlett Johannson on the possibility of romance subplots in The Avengers.
“Hey, I just met you, and this is crazy, but here’s my number, so call me, maybe?” —Sylvia Plath (via incorrectsylviaplathquotes)