yep, that’s it.
I love the moments when I realise something so obvious it causes my brain to reset. In a good way. For instance, today, literally few minutes ago, I’ve just had one of those realisations. It’s Friday, and I don’t know what you do on Friday, but for me, one of the first things I do, is open Spotify and check what’s new on the Release Radar playlist.
Of topic a bit….I’ve read somewhere (don’t remember where and I’m too lazy to look it up) that one stops discovering new music and that the music taste basically stops evolving around the age of 30….and I’ve never read more bull crap in my life….I’m way past 30 just in case you’re wondering.
Anyway, so I’ve checked what’s happening in the music department and there’s a new cover of “A Girl Like You” written by Edwyn Collins. I love the original, I remember listening to it, it was everywhere on the radio, on MTV (is MTV still a thing?), you couldn’t get away from it. Listening to the cover (which I also love), I’ve realised that I never understood this song….in fact, I probably didn’t understand a lot of songs back then. And I don’t mean just their message, I mean the words, the language itself….and I didn’t need to understand. That’s how powerful music is. It speaks on another level where words and language are not necessary….and it kind of blew my mind.
Realising this now is so absurd to me….music has always been everything to me, my escape, my happy place, my fuel, my courage, my inspiration, a space where I can connect with my emotions. I don’t mean to sound dramatic but I think I would die without music, just the thought of never hearing music ever again makes me feel unwell, hopeless, desperate.
I am grateful to all musicians and artists that share their talent with the rest of us, cooking and preparing these delicious meals for our ears, keeping us satisfied, content and alive. Thank you.
Thank you to everyone who visited, liked a commented on my works during last month. It is very much appreciated 🙂 Your support truly helped me with sticking to the challenge. I am not sure if I can keep up with regular uploads in the future but I will try my best....or perhaps I need to find a new challenge! Thank you all
has every person at the age of 27 thought about death? i did i remember being haunted by the thought but why? 27 it's an imaginary milestone our youth turning into a true adulthood a little death death of our wildest dreams fantasies about our futures harsh slap of reality
Note: This was the biggest stretch of them all! The above image of double lined Z is a symbol for a set of integers. Number 27 is a part of this set...stretch.
he reminds me of my youth the one i wasted, never lived i want it back he lives his life to the brink i envy him he has no fear no worry no care what society thinks he's a young man and i'm young with him
stick up my nose every week never ending cycle of home-work-grocery shop behind locked doors by 8 no space at home only escape is running when i daydream i don't even mind the cold, the wind, the rain enough of this i'm turning into anarchist xx
building imaginary walls “protecting” my heart what a waste of love love is not pain love does not hurt love uplifts
in my ears every emotion every mood every time keeping me alive
stuck chained restrained can't move can't escape i promise to be a good girl release me note: cheat again as i couldn't find a song starting with the letter u but still kind of on the theme as mgk has plenty of unreleased material.
i promise myself to stay young till i die i think it's called midlife crisis ...it feels good.