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Har Mar Superstar: Singer, Songwriter, Connoisseur of Weird
The music scene, especially in Los Angeles, isn’t widely known as an accepting or inclusive community. The stereotypes of fake friends and ladder-climbers all ring true and rear their ugly heads often. Among them, Har Mar Superstar — real name Sean Tillmann — has managed to cooly surf above the gross fumes of LA’s industry gutters. One part singer-songwriter and one part diva, Har Mar, 34 (who takes his name from the Har Mar Mall in Roseville, Minnesota, where he’s from) is an enigmatic, overtly sexual tour de force of erotic stage presence and electronic R&B, and his everyday philosophy can be boiled down to “just be your weird self.”
The man is a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde creative. He has written songs for Jennifer Lopez and Kelly Osbourne, and he’s opened for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the Strokes. Onstage, he writhes around sweatily discarding his outfit, rubbing his plump body, and cooing to front rows. But when we meet in Los Feliz, he’s in civilian attire: sneakers, jeans, and a Sade t-shirt. We caught up with the enigmatic singer — now at work on his fifth solo album — on a break from Petty Fest.
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Har Mar Superstar: Singer, Songwriter, Connoisseur of Weird

The music scene, especially in Los Angeles, isn’t widely known as an accepting or inclusive community. The stereotypes of fake friends and ladder-climbers all ring true and rear their ugly heads often. Among them, Har Mar Superstar — real name Sean Tillmann — has managed to cooly surf above the gross fumes of LA’s industry gutters. One part singer-songwriter and one part diva, Har Mar, 34 (who takes his name from the Har Mar Mall in Roseville, Minnesota, where he’s from) is an enigmatic, overtly sexual tour de force of erotic stage presence and electronic R&B, and his everyday philosophy can be boiled down to “just be your weird self.”

The man is a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde creative. He has written songs for Jennifer Lopez and Kelly Osbourne, and he’s opened for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the Strokes. Onstage, he writhes around sweatily discarding his outfit, rubbing his plump body, and cooing to front rows. But when we meet in Los Feliz, he’s in civilian attire: sneakers, jeans, and a Sade t-shirt. We caught up with the enigmatic singer — now at work on his fifth solo album — on a break from Petty Fest.

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I think I’m finally over you…but that doesn’t change the fact I still hate you…

But it’s okay…really.

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2013!

2012 is almost over thank God! 2013 will be a new year for a new life.starting over from fucking scratch this time!  I’m ready for REAL! So long phony!

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2013!

2012 is almost over thank God! 2013 will be a new year for a new life.starting over from fucking scratch this time! I’m ready for REAL! So long phony!

“Letting go doesn’t mean we don’t care. Letting go doesn’t mean we shut down. Letting go means we stop trying to force outcomes and make people behave. It means we give up resistance to the way things are, for the moment. It means we stop trying to do the impossible—controlling that which we cannot—and instead, focus on what is possible—which usually means taking care of ourselves. And we do this in gentleness, kindness, and love, as much as possible”

Melodie Beattie from “Co-dependent No More” (via danewafa1)

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