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kate-woodhouse:

thelastofourkindzine:

Here’s something that is worthy of your time. Brisbane’s Kate Woodhouse has been playing shows here and there for a little while now, and today she finally released her four-track demo.
The music is acoustic with a hint of folk and decent amount of emotions, which compliments her great voice quite nicely. Stream and download the demo here or you can listen below. It’s a great way to lament the end of this four-day weekend.
<a href=”http://kate-woodhouse.bandcamp.com/album/woodcabin-demo” data-mce-href=”http://kate-woodhouse.bandcamp.com/album/woodcabin-demo”>Woodcabin (Demo) by Kate Woodhouse</a>

Heyo! You can listen to my demo here ^^ It’s taken a while to get them on the internet I’m sorry! Thank you for the kind words ! I hope you like them 8)

kate-woodhouse:

thelastofourkindzine:

Here’s something that is worthy of your time. Brisbane’s Kate Woodhouse has been playing shows here and there for a little while now, and today she finally released her four-track demo.

The music is acoustic with a hint of folk and decent amount of emotions, which compliments her great voice quite nicely. Stream and download the demo here or you can listen below. It’s a great way to lament the end of this four-day weekend.

Heyo! You can listen to my demo here ^^ It’s taken a while to get them on the internet I’m sorry! Thank you for the kind words ! I hope you like them 8)
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kate-woodhouse:

Come to Rics next Wednesday. Free show with Dave Drayton

kate-woodhouse:

Come to Rics next Wednesday. Free show with Dave Drayton

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craigrnelson:

Each Day is a Blessing Teaser #1

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haha ^_^

haha ^_^

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susannarosesykes:

lemaddyart:

I love this house. It’s bared witness to so many good things over the past few years, housed some of my favorite people, allowed us to live within it’s walls and love each other. It’s spat out those who didn’t deserve it’s love or ours, and it’s walls still shake and rattle with a hiss and spit that we will never find anywhere else.
Soon to be rip Russell st. Thank you for all you give us.

Agree with everything

susannarosesykes:

lemaddyart:

I love this house. It’s bared witness to so many good things over the past few years, housed some of my favorite people, allowed us to live within it’s walls and love each other. It’s spat out those who didn’t deserve it’s love or ours, and it’s walls still shake and rattle with a hiss and spit that we will never find anywhere else.

Soon to be rip Russell st. Thank you for all you give us.

Agree with everything

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Dumb over exposure on all photos, from left to right: -

- Flower blessing.
- Mum, Dad, and I at the Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur.
- Savannah at Yala National Park.
- Double exposed of my mother & Sri Lanka’s equivalent of Stonehenge + Cousins.
- My family
- A backyard in Gampaha where I spent most of my time in Sri Lanka whenever I travelled over there when I was younger. Watching my distant family propagate, chop, and live off the breadfruit, jackfruit, and coconut trees that surround them. Remembering a fishermen who’d travel by bicycle every morning to deliver fish his crew had caught that morning. The necessity to go to a supermarket, minimal.
- A street in Kiribathgoda (literally Coconut Rice Village in English)

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kate-woodhouse:

some girls

Akka / sisters

kate-woodhouse:

some girls

Akka / sisters

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Eunoia

I wrote a poem/prose about how I can’t explain at all the extent of how beautiful everything is,

"When I was young I dabbled with the colours of the rainbow.

Our limbs grew to keep those around us closer, a prevailing light, black and white; seven billion colours masked in between, hidden by an agenda that would let them be seen.

Like many before, I entwined myself in spectra of the world. I left perplexed to how we could reflect and unveil the sheer complexity of what was seen.

Explanations led to incoherency and inconsistency, the less I tried, the more ineffable it became.

It seems it should be that way, undiluted and transparent. To sentence such beauty with the blanket of our tongues, we are cursed to the black and white initially seen.

Beautiful thinking reflecting our ineffable spectrum, a shade could not hide as I again dabbled in patterns, rainbows, and palettes.

Collectively, we are the beauty we blind ourselves to see.”

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2013

TTNG - 13.0.0.0.0
Baths - Obsidian
Native - Orthodox
Starvation - S/T
Queens of the Stone Age - Like Clockwork
Son Lux - Lanterns
Seahorse Divorce - S/T
Summer Policy - S/T
Comadre - S/T
Carb on Carb - Ladies Mile