The Strokes
Julian lurches forward and grabs Fab’s face affectionately. “Your hands are cold,” the drummer admonishes. “You know what they say,” Julian counters. “Cold hands, cold heart.”
Rolling Stone, 2002 (via rebitchlia)

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julez-casablancas:

theroomisonfiree:

THIS

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juliancuntablancas:

BETCHA DIDNT THINK YA GIRL ACTUALLY GOT A PHOTO OF THIS BUT HEY GUESS WHAT I DID!!!!!
browz:

kathabblanskcas:

JULIAN AND ALBERT BEIN 2 CUTE

LIVE FOR THIS
theroomisonfiree:

I will always love this picture :’)
itsfabmoretti:

Myles Hendrik #straightupstrokin @alberthammondjr #sxsw
colinlanephotography:

Here’s Julian and Fab in 2002 backstage at the Greek Theater in Hollywood. Good times.
suuuuma:

From In Transit, directed by Steven Spielberg ofc.

Throughout the conversation, he drums his fingers incessantly against his leg and explains that it’s an obsessive-compulsive habit — beating out the cadences of his thoughts and speech. “We have cadence in everything that we do,” he says. He then points to the feet of people passing by. “Look, they’re creating beats walking down the street. One, two. And their heartbeat is in a certain rhythm. Their fucking step is in a certain rhythm.”

He admits that not everyone likes it when he taps his fingers all the time. “It annoyed friends, girlfriends, parents,” he says. “‘Stop that incessant tapping, you son of a bitch.’” In fact, Casablancas says the first thing he thought when he met the then-hyperactive Moretti in high school was that the kid was “a little annoying.” He point-blank asked Moretti not to talk around him. But now, Moretti has become the group’s soft-spoken intellectual.


-Fabrizio Moretti

but now …

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jules can’t keep his eyes off fab. 

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(Source: Rolling Stone, via 1ze-ofthe-world)