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Entire Coachella 2011 Set <3 Wish I could find the Bonnaroo one.

Entire Coachella 2011 Set Wish I could find the Bonnaroo one.

Phoenix at Coachella 2010.

Phoenix at Coachella

The Black Keys w/John Fogerty - The Weight (The Band) - live Coachella, April 20, 2012

The Black Keys, accompanied by special guest John Fogerty, perform The Band's "The Weight" in honor of the late Levon Helm live at the second weekend of the 2012 Coachella Valley Music Festival in Indio, CA, on April

The Kills- Satellite (Blood Pressures). They drive around in a sweet vintage Rolls Royce and criminal activity and awesomeness ensues. Jamie wrote this for Alison :)

The 2011 Lollapalooza Playlist

The Kills- Satellite (Blood Pressures). They drive around in a sweet vintage Rolls Royce and criminal activity and awesomeness ensues. Jamie wrote this for Alison :)

Pedestriana artwork    http://www.beautifuldecay.com/2012/08/30/pedestrians-create-leaves-on-trees-by-walking-across-large-canvases-on-the-street/#more-66481

Jody Xiong of DDB China in conjunction with the China Environmental Protection Foundation created this wonderful outdoor campaign to create a subtle visual reminder of the environmental benefits of walking versus driving.

PIL - Public Image, via YouTube.

PIL - Public Image - Since I'm visiting London soon I'm taking a walk down memory lane lately

Gang Of Four - To Hell With Poverty (live on the BBC TV show, Old Grey Whistle Test, 1981)

Gang Of Four - To Hell With Poverty (TV Live) No band influenced me more than these guys. I was fortunate enough to call them my friends then and now.

"The sun is shining but we stay inside,  Oh but we go out at night." - Born Ruffians

"The sun is shining but we stay inside, Oh but we go out at night.

Of Montreal - Spiteful Intervention (Official Music Video) //directed by Jesse Ewles

This trippy animated clip for "Spiteful Intervention", directed by Jesse Ewles, features a pulsating blob of color that morphs into Kevin Barnes' face.

Why Do Banks Make So Much Money?

Banks make so much money because they can create money, effectively out of nothing, by lending.