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munchies:

We Talked to the Legendary Pop Punk Producer Who Left Music for Donuts
Donut Friend is the longtime dream and pet project of Mark Trombino, the former drummer of Drive Like Jehu and producer of every pop punk record that you emoted to in the late 90s. For more than two decades, Trombino made his mark on an endless list of indie, pop punk, and post-hardcore bangers, but now he’s left the music world to fulfill his dream of upping the donut ante.
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Donuts are like, a thing now? And it’s always sort of annoying when foods become a thing but at least donuts as a thing are infinitely less annoying than cupcakes or whatever other desserts (cr*nuts) have entered the zeitgeist recently.

vicemag:

munchies:

We Talked to the Legendary Pop Punk Producer Who Left Music for Donuts

Donut Friend is the longtime dream and pet project of Mark Trombino, the former drummer of Drive Like Jehu and producer of every pop punk record that you emoted to in the late 90s. For more than two decades, Trombino made his mark on an endless list of indie, pop punk, and post-hardcore bangers, but now he’s left the music world to fulfill his dream of upping the donut ante.

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Donuts are like, a thing now? And it’s always sort of annoying when foods become a thing but at least donuts as a thing are infinitely less annoying than cupcakes or whatever other desserts (cr*nuts) have entered the zeitgeist recently.

netherworldnative:

A close up view of a vinyl record.

netherworldnative:

A close up view of a vinyl record.

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I CANT STOP LAUGHING

this will always be my favorite

(Source: unfocusedmind, via turtleton)

fuckyeah1990s:

Flaming Lips - She Don’t Use Jelly (live 1995)

nprmusic:

Nothing’s debut full-length hits like a profoundly thoughtful, beautifully crushing wave of droning distortion.
Stream Guilty of Everything from NPR Music’s First Listen. 

nprmusic:

Nothing’s debut full-length hits like a profoundly thoughtful, beautifully crushing wave of droning distortion.

Stream Guilty of Everything from NPR Music’s First Listen