it really made me seek out music that was older/less well known and forced me to think about how i could use music to capture a story or a person, and what made it so a song could have a massive emotional affect on someone with sound alone. now all of the songs i make are really heavy/ambient/electronic, with a bunch of random everyday sounds that i find & obsessively record everywhere, bc i think SWAN made me start paying attention to the music i could find everywhere
This is amazingly cool, I want to pick this comment up and shake it at people like, “Would you fucking look at this shit, this is rad as hell!”
I don’t know anything about making music, really, which is hilarious for someone writing a story about people who end up doing that. I got the words part down, maybe, if I just plow straight through it, and I can sing, but I’ve never fucking put together a tune or anything, so I was just like ‘how could what I made have influenced someone MAKING music, what sorcery is this?’
That’s a very Homicides approach, though, both the style and the incorporation of things from the everyday world, I delightedly approve~
Thank you for telling me about this, this is cool as fuck.
I created the sugar list out of need. I needed to songs to get ready to, to boost my confidence to, to remember why I had decided to go pro in the first place. Once I started the list, I found myself listening to and discovering new songs to add to the list. It’s an ever growing monster that I hope you enjoy. There are some songs that would be perfect on this playlist that I avoided because I had exhausted their appeal to me and others because I didn’t like the artist or the message they were providing. This list is just a jumping off point. Tweak it to your hearts content.
Whatever You Like- T.I.- Perhaps one of the first songs I ever heard that talked about sugaring. It’s still a dream. A man that will look me in the eye and say I can have whatever I like? Please, sugar gods, please.
Can’t Tell Me Nothing- Kanye West- This is my reminder that I’m not sugaring for accessories. I’m trying to better myself. To get certain things that will advance me towards my goal. To build a business that will get my money so right, I’ll only have men around for giggles.
All N My Grill- Missy Elliott- To the men who want to text and email and date the women they met on SD sites but don’t want to do the one thing that the site says they should be doing. Why aren’t they paying bills?
She Wants to Move- N.E.R.D. - When it’s time for me to leave you, when it’s time for me to dance, you don’t need to come with me, daddy.
About the Money- T.I.- His second feature on this list and perhaps one of the more obvious songs. If it aint about the money, why are we speaking? What else could you possibly offer?
Mascara- Jazmine Sullivan- Perhaps the song that speaks the most blatantly about life as a sugar baby on this list and the song that I think should be the sugar baby anthem, it’s a reminder to always stay well dressed, always stay ready for more.
The producer of “Hamilton” has been sued by a blind theatergoer who claimed that the blockbuster Broadway musical violates federal law by failing to offer services to help blind and visually impaired people enjoy the show.
In his complaint on Monday, Denver resident Mark Lasser said Hamilton Uptown LLC and Nederlander Organization, which runs the Richard Rodgers Theatre in Manhattan where “Hamilton” is performed, could easily provide live audio narratives to help visually impaired people follow stage action between songs.
But Lasser said the theater refuses to offer such narratives, which can be listened to with headphones so other patrons will not be disturbed.
He said this violates the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in places of public accommodation, and “will continue to deter blind and visually impaired people from attending musicals.”
Lasser seeks to require “Hamilton” to put on at least one show per week with at least 25 headsets designed to accommodate visually impaired people.
He noted that former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Nov. 21 signed a final rule requiring many movie theaters to provide similar accommodations by late 2018 to blind patrons. (here)
“Given the similarities,” the complaint said, “live theaters must also be required to provide live audio description to the blind.”
It is unclear why the lawsuit specifically targets the Broadway production of “Hamilton.” […]
aries - me against the music taurus - work b**tch gemini - oops… i did it again cancer - hold it against me leo - piece of me virgo - i wanna go libra - womanizer scorpio - till the world ends sagittarius - break the ice capricorn - if u seek amy aquarius - gimme more pisces - toxic
Okay, jumblr, I want to learn all of the Hebrew forever. And I realized that I learned most of my Spanish from Spanish-language pop music, and I think that’s how my brain works as far as languages go. So…anybody got any Hebrew music recommendations? Any genre, any time period, just…you know…in Hebrew.