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I'm James.
I am 18.
I live in Newcastle, Australia.
I play guitar. I write music.
I breathe different soundscapes and textures.
I am part of a bands early stages. Keep an eye out for Omniscience.


Had a few exams this week and smashed them. Couldn’t even talk during the mic exam cause Trinski is a scary dude. Got my mix down done too. Good fun muzzin in the studio.

makemestfu:

EVERYTHING RELATE

Probably going to start using this a little bit again…
Started uni a couple of weeks ago. Has been hectic. This city rules, so glad I moved here.

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Anonymous asked: Are you seeing anyone at the moment?

Only for one night at a time…

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Anonymous asked: What's going on

Bored as shit, probably why I’m on here.

Fuck you. Why even bother with doing that

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Anonymous asked: I see you like Kaye's music, just curious if you happened to have a copy of one of his older tracks "Lady Love"? Thanks man

One of the best people. Good mate of mine, helped him out with a lot of mix/master tricks for his last album Lizard. I probably have it somewhere in all the old stuff he gave me

I don’t even write no more, scribble and score. Living the haunt, heart torn. Sick and then sore. Kickin’ them thoughts like I kick a jam. Never swore, but give me more. I don’t give a damn.


Holding hands may seem like an innocent gesture, but they show more than a simple interlocking of fingers. Your hands are one of the most essential parts of your body: you build with them, feed with them, hold with them, touch with them, fight with them; they are the tools of the human body. To take a hold of anothers hand is to break from living individually. It is to link yourself to another being, to momentarily entwine your life with anothers, to promise, for a moment, that you need not face the world alone. More simple, more aesthetically naive than other forms of affection, i.e kissing, hugging, sex.., the act of holding hands is often trivialized in its true implications.

Holding hands may seem like an innocent gesture, but they show more than a simple interlocking of fingers. Your hands are one of the most essential parts of your body: you build with them, feed with them, hold with them, touch with them, fight with them; they are the tools of the human body. To take a hold of anothers hand is to break from living individually. It is to link yourself to another being, to momentarily entwine your life with anothers, to promise, for a moment, that you need not face the world alone. More simple, more aesthetically naive than other forms of affection, i.e kissing, hugging, sex.., the act of holding hands is often trivialized in its true implications.

(Source: love-tragedy, via mywonderlandx)