Pavement — Ell Ess Two (Elevate Me Later demo)
twenty years ago marked the release of ‘crooked rain, crooked rain’, pavement’s sophomore lp.
critically acclaimed and essential to any music nerd’s library, it really shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone why the last psychedelic band from sac’ to northern cal’ is still remembered fondly two decades later.
here is an early version of my favourite track (elevate me later) off said lp.
What’s actually at the end of a rainbow.
Song of the Day:
I Just Threw Out The Love Of My Dreams // Weezer
This is a photography depicting three austrian woman moments after their suicides in 1945, in fear of the ever-approaching Red Army from the northeast. They had been told through word-of-mouth and possibly also by the authorities that the Soviet Forces were worse than beasts, and raped, pillaged and murdered with contemptuous disrespect anything that got in their way. Cases of mass suicides could be observed through-out german-speaking Europe as the war took its last breaths.