This Guy.

shitloadsofwrestling:

thejesusmarquez:

One of my favorites, Mick Foley as Cactus Jack! Pen, ink and Prismacolor marker on card stock. 

This is awesome! Looks just like him!
ambientobsession:

Sonic Seasonings (1972)
The same year Carlos finalized the score for A Clockwork Orange, the composer recorded a double album named Sonic Seasonings; it was a complete turn away from the majestic synthesizer soundscapes and classical inspirations that had marked the movie score. Instead, Carlos recorded large amounts of environmental passages to produce a work that cycled through the four seasons. Beginning with bird calls and a thunderstorm to mark “Spring,” Carlos phrases the synthesizers only in terms of the nature sounds heard. They rarely interject themselves, and the result is closer to a nature recording with occasional effects than a synthesizer recording with nature sounds. Of course, there was no precedent for “nature,” “environmental,” or even “new age” music in 1972 — Sonic Seasonings was basically the genesis for several entire genres of music two decades later. As part of East Side Digital's Carlos CD reissue campaign, Sonic Seasonings was issued as a two-disc set, including the original LP plus a second disc of “natural” recordings, originally begun in 1986 and known as Land of the Midnight Sun.
aubreylstallard:

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somethingfunnyishappening:

vvvv+optical feedback
mengs-mullet:

I want this more than I want air in my lungs.

jupitterlarsen:

GX Jupitter-Larsen - Internationale 2013

thedarksoil:

Thank you, noise gods. Thank you, San Francisco.