“Want to be the king like Lebron, but they don’t want the heat.”
Such an interesting voice. Unlike any other.
It’s like this: No one is writing lyrics like Aaron Weiss. No one. Well maybe Dan Smith of Listener, but apart from those two, there is a void. The first verse to the song goes as follows.
“February 8th, 1878
South of Trout Creek, west of Cedar Lake
On a winding mountain trail of the North Pacific Union Rail
The snow arrived on time, the circus train was running late
Rip spot’s past and all the knuckles worn,
Firebox bursting to the running boards
A pounding in his chest, crushing like a cider press
The hogger rode the throttle ‘round the bender like a flank-strapped horse”
I like Earl’s flow even with the tone of this video and song being so dark. The guys from the Odd Future label are often putting out a brand of rap that ranges from slightly haunting to downright scary (reference: Tyler the Creator’s “Yonkers”). It is, however, a cool aesthetic.
Click here for link. Website is speedhunters.com
Click the link for the slickest looking Volvo I have ever seen. Originally posted by my friend Chris.
Click this link to see some of Joe Capra’s photography (like the “ancient trees” piece pictured above.) Amazing stuff.