A couple of weeks ago, I went to Coachella Weekend 1 with my brother. It was the first musical festival I’ve ever been to, and it did not disappoint. It was an amazing adventure with lots of good music, weird people and weird food (both good weird and weird weird), no sleep, lots of sand and dust and sunscreen, and enough memories for a lifetime.
Emily was kind enough to send over her killer photos of Diet Cig from their show at Boot & Saddle in Philly last week, and Savana doodled on ’em for your viewing pleasure. Check out Diet Cig on tour now and be sure to listen to their new record, Swear I’m Good at This!
Interview by Savana
When punk musician, writer, and DIYer Grey… wrote in about her new song, Hand in the Grave, I knew that we absolutely had to pick her brain in an interview. Grey…’s lyrics are blunt, honest, and infused with a passion that’s absolutely impossible to ignore. Grey…’s work encompasses just about every media you can imagine- from music to crafts to clothing to writing- and maintains her vibrant voice throughout them all. Read on for a sneak peek at Grey…’s upcoming EP, Clown in Residence, her artwork, and her golden advice to fellow young artists.
This playlist is dedicated to the three stages I experienced during and after my first heartbreak: I went from weepy to angry to empowered. The songs included in each playlist are the songs that got me through the pain; each made me realize I am going to be okay; that there is beauty in the hurt.
I’ve always been fascinated with the vastness of space. It’s quite amazing how small we really are in comparison to the never ending void beyond our little Earth. Just recently NASA discovered seven new Earth-sized planets 40 light years away!! With its techno beats and wavy melodies, I compiled this space inspired playlist featuring a variety of artists such as Father John Misty and Mac Demarco. Hope you enjoy!
Collages and writing by Andrea MG
David Bowie has this album called The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars it’s about an extraterrestrial rock star who comes to Earth and tries to save the world through his music. I love that album. I’m huge fan of music, and he is, by far, one of my favorite musicians. He was so important for all of the people who felt different and strange and I’m definitely one of them.
For me, Bowie was pretty extraordinary.
Here’s to Bowie and his fans.