It’s been a minute since I’ve posted here. June was crazy – between graduating, going out of town for a week, and nannying pretty much non-stop, I barely had time to breathe. July and August are shaping up to be equally chaotic, but I’m hoping to stay on top of the blog better by planning ahead. … More Something Personal: Looking Forward
My final project before graduating next week was to write a series of personal essays about music and the way that it’s affected my life throughout the four years of high school. I wrote ten such essays, each about a different album, but my introductory essay involved a topic from my Moral Psychology class that … More Something Personal: The Hive Switch, Self-Transcendence, and An Adult Mom Show
This past Thanksgiving, but there was a strange sense of bittersweet loss hovering near South Front Street. Last weekend, Columbus music venue Double Happiness hosted its last shows before closing its doors permanently. Double Happiness was a special place. Maybe it’s because of the bizarre, kitschy Chinese-themed decorations, or maybe it’s because I met so … More Something Personal: Double Happiness, Teenagers, and The Music Scene
Two years ago today, I wrote my first ever album review for Indientry. Yes, it was a review of Twenty One Pilots, but I’ve since branched out from the “mainstream”. Since July of 2015, I’ve published nearly 200 posts, including interviews with my some of my favorite musicians, reviews of my favorite albums, and me gushing … More Indientry Turns 2!
I am furious. I am angry. I am fed up.
I am sick and tired of musicians, especially in the pop-punk scene, getting away with sexual harassment and assault. … More Something Personal: I Am Fed Up
Hey, all. It’s been a minute since I last posted – sorry about that. I’ve been out of commission for the past week: no access to the internet, et cetera. I won’t go into detail, but the important thing is that I’m much better now and ready to go. Anyway, exciting things have still been … More Something Personal: A Life Update?
I know, I know, this isn’t one of my usual reviews. I have a good excuse, though – the past few months have been (mentally and emotionally) turbulent, chaotic, and pretty much all-around terrible. I tend to refer to these first three months of the year as the “Dark Days”, and 2017 has not been […]