Would you begin by introducing yourself and telling something about yourself to the readers? Sure! I go by many names on the internet, per my interests.My music persona is Terror of Emma, but I also go by Treasuring and Somearts for drawing, MyNameMyLeg for video, etc. Something about me would be that I like k-pop! The people that… Continue reading Music Interviews: A casual chat with Terror of Emma
Hanging by the doors, into the windows of mist That carry your arms to me, in a moment of bliss, Carry them like the self loathing bastard you are, Your words don't mean shit in here! They'll grind you and tear you and make you adhere. You are young and you're hopeful, you want to… Continue reading And Then The Bard Spoke
Singer, songwriter, record producer, (and also an actress now) Lady Gaga is back with her sixth full-length studio album, a glittery glossy electronic pop record that has been promised to be this big Comeback of sorts for Gaga. While, the album does feel much more grandeur and elaborate in it's scope, with loud stretched out dance pop routines and lengthy butt-thumping electro-beats, the end result is just a generic and underwhelming record that just feels like a repackaging of the old stuff.
Late night at the fortress, high, Higher than a kite in the sky, Surrounded by people smelling of piss and sweat Dirty walls holding tears of it's thousand inmates. Segregated and kept separated Beaten and tortured until broken Locked in these cells like animals, who don't cooperate, Spend forever here on charges of crimes against… Continue reading Orpheus in the Underworld
Faceless creatures barking in union,Speeches directed at The ManLike noises hissing into other's souls. Their voices united by the hateTowards the ones in powerWho decide their fate. "Give me freedom!"Someone yells out and the crowdcontinues chanting in a rhythmic hymn. But who has the power to give freedom?Is it something you can ask for?Who is… Continue reading Freedom March
The Strokes are back after a long hiatus of seven years with what's possibly their best album in recent memory.
Kurt Cobain means a lot to me. Not just his music, but him as person. How does someone who's been dead for longer than I've been alive, affect my life so much? I don't know, but that's the power Kurt had - he influenced and connected with an entire generation. Like Lars Ulrich of Metallica… Continue reading A Kurt Cobain Appreciation post; on his 26th Death Anniversary
Walking through the roads of oblivion,The path leads me to gloom that's stygianHeard someone on the way say,"Tis' the edge of the world you're movin' towards"But I dunno, all I can see is fucking sand everywhere. My legs need rest but there's no car to hitchhikeAnd my car broke down a long time back,The sun's… Continue reading The Lizard at The Edge of the World
Before TPAB, Kendrick Lamar was the new kid on the block. Everybody had heard of him and almost everybody knew he had the potential to do something big. But he wasn't a star yet. His previous album Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City was a critical darling and quite a big hit considering his humble beginnings, but… Continue reading Analyzing Kendrick Lamar’s 2015 masterpiece To Pimp A Butterfly, five years since its initial release. A Complete Track by Track breakdown.
Beat up on the streets, picked up from the trash.He needed some band-aid, but was too low on cash.He wanted to laugh, but went hush to avoid any clash,Though there was fire in his heart like a phoenix rising from the ash. He trembled his way back home aloneHumming this disastrous melancholic tuneUntil he stumbled… Continue reading Neon Bird