“I want listeners to feel less alone in whatever it is they’re struggling with, and maybe a tiny bit angry and fired up about the bullshit they’ve endured up to this point. I want them to feel unsatisfied with how things are and justified in that frustration—but not paralyzed by it.”
From the beginning of this trip I knew that I could either wallow in self pity over the fact that I don’t have a home here anymore, or I could embrace gratitude for the chance of being able to visit Hanoi for the last time in a long time.
I chose the latter.
The 1975 have never strayed away from vocalizing their opinions through their music, this album being a direct message to the postmodern scene of social media and it’s direct consequences on the world
Though this year has seen its high moments and its blessings, it has also been one of the longest years of my life; a world of trials and tribulations. It seems similarly so for synth-pop legend John Maus, who I had the pleasure of covering previously in January, and again early this December in LA.
an analysis & breakdown of Snail Mail’s latest album, Lush, and why it has all of us romantics in tears.
Or, “Don’t Do What I Did: Seven Ways to Delay the Healing Process”.