Then, ‘Since my baby left me’–it was just the sound. It was the last trigger. That was the first rock and roll I heard. It was a totally different way of delivering a song, a totally different sound, stripped down, burnt, no bullshit, no violins and ladies’ choruses and schmaltz, totally different. It was bare, right to the roots that you had a feeling were there but hadn’t yet heard. I’ve got to take my hat off to Elvis for that. The silence is your canvas, that’s your frame, that’s what you work on; don’t try and deafen it out.
do you go to see many massachusetts/local bands when ur at school?
yes omg!! some of my fave bands that i’ve seen at school are t-rextasy (who are technically nyc-based but i go to school with two folx from the band, awesome femme punk), daisybones (boston-based, new emo-esque, so dope), and snowhaus (who i’ve seen at least seven times, amherst-based punky math rock, super nice band members)
I have this sapphic song playlist on youtube cause I love songs about women loving women sung by women. anyway if you have any songs or artist I could add to it fit me up because I want this shit to be real long
A little animation I made while my friends where able to talk about the LGBTQ+ community with children from to a special day, to explain them many things about it. I support this all and my friends were happy I could join to animate a little thing for this event ^^
The kids loved it, parents as well, it was amazing!!