Robotic Beings Rule the World

This is were I chronicle my life and its robotic existence. I usually post things related to music, because, in truth, I always find ways to fit my mood to a song or an artist. Just as robots can only respond to commands, I, too, can only respond to tunes.

Born: July 15, 1956
Died: May 18, 1980

"I began to draw an invisible boundary between myself and other people. No matter who I was dealing with. I maintained a set distance, carefully monitoring the person’s attitude so that they wouldn’t get any closer. I didn’t easily swallow what other people told me. My only passions were books and music."

Haruki Murakami, Sputnik Sweetheart (via wordsnquotes)

Jeff Buckley’s lasting legacy is that voice, a divine power that he harnessed and whipped around like some superhero with a killer haircut. Yorke wasn’t the only one to imitate it; there’s an entire school of (mostly British) vocalists who owe their careers to Buckley, including but not limited to Chris Martin, Matthew Bellamy, Fran Healy, and that guy from Ours. Grace is a fine time capsule of Buckley’s tremendous singing ability, but beyond that, it’s a portrait of a well-rounded artist brimming with inspiration…

Jeff Buckley’s Grace turns 20.


I am all the days
That you choose to ignore

You are all I need