Zach Braff’s most vaunted position in pop culture circa 2014 isn’t as the actor who played the annoying guy on the TV show your college roommates watched all the time, or as a fervent Redditor who once assisted in helping someone propose to their girlfriend online, or as a distant blood relative to Mitt Romney. Arguably, he’s not even most known as the guy who directed Garden State—he’s the guy who put together the Garden State soundtrack, and so the question surrounding Wish I Was Here is a strange one that most films aren’t subject to: What does it sound like?
Larry Fitzmaurice reviews the soundtrack to Zach Braff’s Garden State follow-up, Wish I Was Here. (via pitchfork)

 Alvays - Archie, Marry Me

this song is so pretty. the chorus alone makes me swell with all sorts of feelings and it’s only five words. Their album drops tomorrow! getting it.

maddieonthings:

I’d never been to the Massachusetts coast, figured I’d come say hi (Wingaersheek Beach, MA)

maddieonthings:

I’d never been to the Massachusetts coast, figured I’d come say hi (Wingaersheek Beach, MA)

the-clusterfuck:

Todd Klassy - Infinite Conductivity

the-clusterfuck:

Todd Klassy - Infinite Conductivity

(via postpanda)

rachelfershleiser:

After Birth by Elisa Albert

rachelfershleiser:

After Birth by Elisa Albert

my aunt sent me this! Can’t wait to try this later.

NRG - Duck Sauce

you cannot listen to this and not do a little robot or some travelling jumping jacks. physically impossible. 

Bea Arthur looking classy as hell. No one rocked the ladies’ blazer like Bea.

Bea Arthur looking classy as hell. No one rocked the ladies’ blazer like Bea.

A young Rue McClanahan. I wish she had done more outside of Golden Girls.

A young Rue McClanahan. I wish she had done more outside of Golden Girls.

oldrockstarsman:

Fleetwood Mac

oldrockstarsman:

Fleetwood Mac

(via jennyowenyoungs)

Me and my bff

(via youknowwhatyouheard)

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