Today’s been absolutely splendid but it’s ‘s 3.43 a.m. now and I’m up with a major writer’s block but whatever, peanut butter will/solved every thing. 

Today’s been absolutely splendid but it’s ‘s 3.43 a.m. now and I’m up with a major writer’s block but whatever, peanut butter will/solved every thing. 



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God I hate getting my photo taken so I downloaded Snapchat (send me pictures of your lacy lingerie and weeks old dirty laundry: anajonessy) cos of reasons probably unrelated to selfies at all / People are asking why I don’t take pictures anymore well it’s cos I’m drunk yay / Developed a healthy obsession for Sunglasses, our orphaned kitten (she looks like a cow and so so so adorable) / My head hurts… x



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Some things are better off back in the past. Where they belong.

— Hugh Howey, First Shift: Legacy 

(Source: wordsnquotes, via wordsnquotes)



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These burgers don’t need meat to be awesome. (Veggie burger recipes over here.)

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Well… my belly says hi. Off to crank it uhp and learn these fab recipes fast!



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Is my biological father trying to make amends (for his absence) by sending us a box of fresh seafood…? ‘cos I’m vegan.

But my siblings and mom aren’t, heh.



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Well, it was cute while it lasted… forever’s overrated anyway.



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This still makes me weep, but “if you love me, let me go,” out loud, and on the quiet too.



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~ Rainforest World Music Festival 2014, Kuching (Sarawak)

Y’know… music helps us realize the potential and power of our heart and when that happens, nothing else matters. Our lungs fill and deflate and fill and deflate, and it feels good letting the music take full control of our body.

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Holy sht. Silversun Pickups just fckn killed me with “Dots and Dashes (Enough Already).”



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~ jamisoneckerttattoo
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Suhweet! I’ve always wanted an alien themed tattoo and this is perfect!

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Suhweet! I’ve always wanted an alien themed tattoo and this is perfect!



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Big cheers and kisses fer mama Hanne Saran, the hardworkin’ lady behind Hands Above Crown EVENT! She’s the loveliest and I can’t wait to see her again in Kuching sometime soon! 

Big cheers and kisses fer mama Hanne Saran, the hardworkin’ lady behind Hands Above Crown EVENT! She’s the loveliest and I can’t wait to see her again in Kuching sometime soon! 



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Dwen Celestial, bassist, A Million Evil Faces
Indulge Collective debuted its first major event last month with Escapist’s Notion, a 3-way EP release gig by Prime Focus, Dita Darcia and 28 Days Later. The intimate and freewheelin’ vibes of the venue offered the perfect setup for punters to go absolutely whack at climatic moments, and despite the minor technical hiccups, there were few moments of down time so let’s cheers to that.

Empire State In Ruins (Kota Kinabalu) opened Escapist’s Notion with thumping verses, which, in many ways, is representative of the 3-way EP release gig itself. Frontman Nick darkened the landscape and for a brief moment teleported the crowd, especially those who arrived on the later side of early, immediately to another enervating realm of metalcore. The first two opening acts were obviously not for the faint hearted, especially not when 30 Evil Seconds (Sandakan) took the stage with a forceful, vindictive anger. Slay, was quite literally slayin’ the night, bending over backwards with the netherworld dexterity of the possessed and yet, never breaking character. The crowd requited the energy inflicted on them and sparked the same level of intensity.

Laid atop the fist pumping drums was feel-good alternative/post rock outfit, Versatile (Kota Kinabalu), the only female fronted band and one of the more subtle genres at the gig. But Jesse made sure they keep up with the pace and successfully built suspense and held the same allure, a strategy that inevitably got the crowd bouncing and slamming their night away.
I think it’s fair to admit that, though Fifie wasn’t at his 110% due to abdominal cramp, A Million Evil Faces was no less stormy and by the end of their set, they pretty much tore the stage apart and left it charred. Outfall was similarly manic and disjointed - without ever seeming to break a sweat, but always able to crack a smile, Apy worked his vocal chords at a blistering pace and a few times almost knocked his mates off stage.

The fact that the majority of the crowd was there for the 3-way EP release called for a little surprise; Escapist’s Notion wasn’t an “all jams, no gems” gig, in fact, Afraid Clothing gave away a few t-shirts during the lucky draw and Prime Focus gave away a few copies of their newly released EP (damn those lucky bastards who copped the good stuff). It was a good mixed crowd but the backbenchers’ spark for life was definitely questionable… which was a hell lot disappointing. But I guess it’s true that some people are just not “designed” for the moshpit.

Headliners Dita Darcia, Prime Focus and 28 Days Later managed to draw in the biggest crowd of the day up to that point. Luther did a little “joget” to usher in the interlude and just about everyone was either laughing or was equally in the zone. If there’s one thing to be admired about Dita Darcia, it’s their ability to make every song on their EP “10 Thousand Times” sound like an all out hit. Cici (Prime Focus) belted out his signature textured vocal frying and the “Cavea” consistency definitely carried through to their live performance. 28 Days Later was impressive in their own rights and their hypnotizing power was further augmented when they performed hardcore classic “Hantam Prasangka Buruk” by Straight Answer and another modern day staple, “Wake the Dead” by Comeback Kid. It was a good night, big ups to Indulge Collective!
More photos right herrrre!

Dwen Celestial, bassist, A Million Evil Faces

Indulge Collective debuted its first major event last month with Escapist’s Notion, a 3-way EP release gig by Prime Focus, Dita Darcia and 28 Days Later. The intimate and freewheelin’ vibes of the venue offered the perfect setup for punters to go absolutely whack at climatic moments, and despite the minor technical hiccups, there were few moments of down time so let’s cheers to that.

Empire State In Ruins (Kota Kinabalu) opened Escapist’s Notion with thumping verses, which, in many ways, is representative of the 3-way EP release gig itself. Frontman Nick darkened the landscape and for a brief moment teleported the crowd, especially those who arrived on the later side of early, immediately to another enervating realm of metalcore. The first two opening acts were obviously not for the faint hearted, especially not when 30 Evil Seconds (Sandakan) took the stage with a forceful, vindictive anger. Slay, was quite literally slayin’ the night, bending over backwards with the netherworld dexterity of the possessed and yet, never breaking character. The crowd requited the energy inflicted on them and sparked the same level of intensity.

Laid atop the fist pumping drums was feel-good alternative/post rock outfit, Versatile (Kota Kinabalu), the only female fronted band and one of the more subtle genres at the gig. But Jesse made sure they keep up with the pace and successfully built suspense and held the same allure, a strategy that inevitably got the crowd bouncing and slamming their night away.

I think it’s fair to admit that, though Fifie wasn’t at his 110% due to abdominal cramp, A Million Evil Faces was no less stormy and by the end of their set, they pretty much tore the stage apart and left it charred. Outfall was similarly manic and disjointed - without ever seeming to break a sweat, but always able to crack a smile, Apy worked his vocal chords at a blistering pace and a few times almost knocked his mates off stage.

The fact that the majority of the crowd was there for the 3-way EP release called for a little surprise; Escapist’s Notion wasn’t an “all jams, no gems” gig, in fact, Afraid Clothing gave away a few t-shirts during the lucky draw and Prime Focus gave away a few copies of their newly released EP (damn those lucky bastards who copped the good stuff). It was a good mixed crowd but the backbenchers’ spark for life was definitely questionable… which was a hell lot disappointing. But I guess it’s true that some people are just not “designed” for the moshpit.

Headliners Dita Darcia, Prime Focus and 28 Days Later managed to draw in the biggest crowd of the day up to that point. Luther did a little “joget” to usher in the interlude and just about everyone was either laughing or was equally in the zone. If there’s one thing to be admired about Dita Darcia, it’s their ability to make every song on their EP “10 Thousand Times” sound like an all out hit. Cici (Prime Focus) belted out his signature textured vocal frying and the “Cavea” consistency definitely carried through to their live performance. 28 Days Later was impressive in their own rights and their hypnotizing power was further augmented when they performed hardcore classic “Hantam Prasangka Buruk” by Straight Answer and another modern day staple, “Wake the Dead” by Comeback Kid. It was a good night, big ups to Indulge Collective!

More photos right herrrre!



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I must always remember to be kinder to myself so that I may be at my kindest with/to others.
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I must always remember to be kinder to myself so that I may be at my kindest with/to others.

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(Source: nedafeedinghope)



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runaway-for-better-days: Which song means the most to you?

"Tracing Back Roots" by We Came As Romans.



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Growth is painful. Change is painful.But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong.

Mandy Hale

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