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Anonymous asked:

I was just wondering.... how big is your record collection? cause it does seem pretty BIG.

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My dad has a huge record collection and before i moved out i didn’t buy many records because there was anything i could ask for. My record collection is 40-50 records maybe, idk. I can take a picture when i’m home x

I bought Stories from the city by PJ Harvey in Manchester yesterday and it was only 12 £ !!! I’ve only seen it on ebay for 50+ before. :3

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Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.
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Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.
»Watch them perform on Off The Record | follow wburartery wburartery:

Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.
»Watch them perform on Off The Record | follow wburartery wburartery:

Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.
»Watch them perform on Off The Record | follow wburartery

wburartery:

Blending early ‘90s driving rock, Syd Barrett-style vocals, and a 1960s surf influence, The Wytches have a sound that is far more sophisticated than their image.

»Watch them perform on Off The Record | follow wburartery

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Laura Mary Carter of Blood Red Shoes @ Reading Festival 2014.
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Laura Mary Carter of Blood Red Shoes @ Reading Festival 2014.

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“If you watch something like X Factor you see a million girls wanting to sound like Beyoncé or Rihanna or Adele - maybe if there were more women playing in bands then there would be more girls wanting to be the bassist or the drummer instead of automatically being the singer. I don’t know if I would have had the courage to put everything into a band if it wasn’t for all the positive role models I had. Like Babes In Toyland who I saw at the LA2 while I was still at school and it changed my life! That’s when I realised I wanted to play like that and wear a dress. The two appealed to me very much.”
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