juliancasablancasfrenchkiss:

OH NO!!!
Today in “L’OFFICIEL Hommes Paris”

Julian Casablancas + The Voidz ❤️🔫

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photothuglife:

Secret Julian Casablancas and The Voidz show at Shea Stadium

photothuglife:

Secret Julian Casablancas and The Voidz show at Shea Stadium

only-the-strokes:

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only-the-strokes:

Sigueme! Or follow me please =D

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jackwhitelove:

Jack photographed by Hysteric Glamour for Huge magazine. Open in another tab because it really is huge! 

jackwhitelove:

Jack photographed by Hysteric Glamour for Huge magazine. Open in another tab because it really is huge! 

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thedarlingstrokes:

Julian Casablancas for GQ 
source http://www.gq.com/entertainment/music/201410/julian-casablancas

thedarlingstrokes:

Julian Casablancas for GQ
source http://www.gq.com/entertainment/music/201410/julian-casablancas

juliancasablancasfrenchkiss:

OH YEAH!!!
Today in “L’OFFICIEL Hommes Paris”

Julian Casablancas + The Voidz ❤️

wiissa0:

the maaaaan

http://noisey.vice.com/blog/fyf-in-polaroids-ft-the-strokes-interpol-haim-blood-orange-kindness-and-more

wiissa0:

the maaaaan

http://noisey.vice.com/blog/fyf-in-polaroids-ft-the-strokes-interpol-haim-blood-orange-kindness-and-more

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tangerina-indie:

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tangerina-indie:

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constantrise:

I’ve always been a big fan of the Strokes and consequently have pulled for Julian Casablancas’ solo stuff, too. More so with the solo stuff I find myself trying to convince myself I should like it because I believe Julian is an important character from our generation — some of his solo stuff I like just as much (if not even more so) than the Strokes, while some of it is just too disjointed and inconsistent.

But that’s what I truly appreciate about Julian; his ambitious nature to continue to try different things, challenge his audience and defy definitions of his and the Strokes’ “sound.” That is definitely what he’s done with his latest release with the Voidz. Tyranny is a challenging listen. Some of it is discombobulated, a lot of it is over-the-top and all of it is jagged. But “Nintendo Blood” is the song that rescued this record for me. It’s full of engaging rhythms — the kind that made me first fall in love with the Strokes — and it’s a very refreshing break from the rest of the songs that are filled with crowded and noisy feedback.

"Nintendo Blood" is still a very busy song, like the rest of the album, but it’s different in that rhythm directs the song, rather than noise. This song is Julian’s way of winking at his fervent Strokes fans while still honoring the new direction his music has taken with the Voidz.

theroomisonfiree:

Julian Casablancas & The Voidz at Shea Stadium

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