“Music beats suffering” – Mild High Club, Skiptracing (2016)
We’re here, we breathe, we suffer.
We listen, we hear, we know.
Music has been a major part of my fight against depression in this lonely world of ours.69 more words
The car wasn’t there.
I swear to God, the car wasn’t there.
Not when my head turned like a clockwork ventriloquist puppet to reckon my blindside, not when it turned again to survey the other: a train of yellow-white, beady-eyed, late-night commuters, all rushing a natural ten miles above the posted speed limits and not again as I set off in rushed anticipation. 2,733 more words
In anticipation of the one-year anniversary of rapper Stormzy’s debut solo album “Gang Signs and Prayer,” I thought I’d talk about why the record is so unique and important. 519 more words
Khalid’s first album, American Teen, is a reflection of his experience in music recording and songwriting, it falls flat. The album has gained attention because of Khalid’s singles “Young, Dumb and Broke” and “Location” success on streaming services like Youtube and Spotify. 179 more words