First, go grab some headphones. The best ones you’ve got. If the best ones you’ve got are these suckers (or something similar), you should really go buy new ones, but use the best you’ve got for right now.
Take a break from whatever you’re doing for 2 minutes and listen, but just listen to the whole thing, even if you have to multi-task.
Headphones on? Okay. Good.
Now, press play.
“Upular (3D Audio Version)” - Pogo
THE MUSIC IS MOVING IN MY HEAD
I want to follow the music…
But it’s in my head… wow.
I will never not reblog this.
Am I high right now omfg what is this
“fuck me in a fluorescent wig”
i hope im not the only one who hears it um.
MIND FUCKED LISTEN WITH HEADPHONES JUST DO IT.
trippy as fuck
3D audios are amazing
Beers on beers on beers #camdentownbrewery #london (at Camden Town Brewery)
Last night I took some mushrooms and coloured with crayons. This is the result.
1. Ryan Miller has a dog named Puck, and
2. Puck modeled Miller’s Team USA gear.
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To Catch a Snowflake…
Stranahan’s might be considered one of the most regional whiskies of America. While there was a time when it had larger distribution, they eventually reigned everything back in to their home state of Colorado. Outside of CO, you’ll find yourself beyond hard-pressed to put your hands on a bottle. So what would any self-respecting small batch distiller do? Why, make an even smaller and hard-to-get batch, of course. Enter: Stranahan’s Snowflake.But Snowflake isn’t found in any Centennial State liquor store. This prize is only sold on a first-come, first-serve basis out of the Denver distillery. About a week before the release of a bath, Stranahan’s makes an announcement to its more than 32,000 followers on Facebook and Twitter. No ads and no marketing campaigns were required to get hundreds of people to wait outside of a distillery for hours in the freezing cold.
Next year, we’re gonna have to get ourselves some plane tickets (You know, to get to Colorado. So we can get a bottle).
Image & Source: Stranahan’s Snowflake Whiskey [Stephen Wayne Kasica // Outside]
I bought one of these to take home after a tour of the distillery (in 2009, I think). It was finished in some local wine barrels and was only about $70. I just had to buy it since the cost was only about $10 more than a bottle of the regular stuff (cost in Texas at the time). I thought the whiskey was much nicer and less “in your face” than the regular bottlings. Sweet packaging also!