“I think it was the only way to try and show people an honest side of me without having someone’s vision take over. And I also like challenges so I was like f**k it, I can do it.”
“’Moments’ explores the strained duality arising from being bruised in the aftermath of a broken romance and attempting to avoid channeling that negative energy into the next one.”
“It’s kind of a small story relating to my last relationship and living situations. The last relationship I had was toxic to the point that I was verbally abused regularly…I left Virginia to pursue my music career in LA.”
“I try to make every show feel like I’m playing Glastonbury even when in actuality I’m playing to rooms only slightly larger than the men’s room at Glastonbury.”
“At the end of the day, I really believe in empowering consumers to make the best choices for them and their bodies, and I can do that by providing educational resources on holistic practices.”
Pronounced Ah-nuhk Koh, and meaning “my child” in Tagalog, one of the native dialects in the Philippines, this album was completed during a week-long solo retreat to Joshua Tree.
“Instead of engaging in countless hours of small talk or hopelessly waiting for a message back, Renge helps people meet in real-time and in real life with those who share complementary interests.”
The dance floor-ready new release from the LA-based producer (aka Simon Green) is an atmospheric slow-builder, perfectly tuned for festivals this summer.
Honest and authentic are words that come to mind when describing her music. I’m also tempted to add astute, or sagacious, or one of those other fancy adjectives that best implies a mix of wit and good judgement.
It’s a story of women in fashion, who taught themselves UX Design and graphics, landed their mixed-reality capsule streetwear collection in Fred Segal, and count Usher as a fan.
“Writers need other writers. We need other people in our lives who understand our craft. And we also need others in our lives we can talk about books in a deep, analytical way.”
“Right now though, I am listening to some good ole Radiohead (fake plastic trees) and I fucking love it. Sorry about all the fucks, but I am a sailor, so I have many excuses…”
“Mr. Yes’ music is for…new born babies, sweet sixteeners, for that cleaning lady in the hotel, for that hot babysitter that your wife doesn’t want you to hire…”
“Whether the items were birthed by the genius of the creative directors or passed on since Antiquity, Raoul Paris is cherishing all the designer clothes and antique that we possess, buy or sell.”
“…75% of the filmmakers hailing from South America, Africa, Europe, and Asia; 80% of the selections were written, directed and/or produced by a female.”
“…time after time we always find that once we get to the women on the factory floor, she is poised, fierce and eager to share her story…”
“Being aware of casual racism and understanding its effects on those it marginalizes is the first step to improving race relations.”
“In a good kundalini class, you should feel heat and cold energy. Pulses of energy. See colors when you close your eyes…your true identity doesn’t rise up without a big show.”