A rather impressive ensemble; this album. It's among the many newer additions to my current library which consists of almost nothing mainstream or meaningless pop tracks from the likes of Hollywood starlets and drama queens. As part of the ever so long changes that are coming ahead for my style, personality, and the age of growing older; my music reflects a pastime of myself. Many of the songs I have are very uniquely artistic or hold a stronghold with lyric formation and note timing.
This album offers up 7 songs to the hipster formed out there. You could say I'm a hipster or changing into one but I've always had a unique want to be beyond everyone else's setup. I like being different because it helps me see how special I really am as a human being. I know that I'm quite a great person from my music and my style. Both took years to understand and to invent to what I really feel. I'm almost there.
This album is listed as Dance/Electronic but it's really a …
This song is beautifully made. I love the euphoria of it. It's a haunting yet stagnant beauty of notes and lyric formations. If you love Goldfrapp and Shiny Toy Guns... you'll fall in love with M83... <3
So for years, I felt like mainstream music needed a change. It needed an evolution to which nothing has proven able since pre-2000 musical ventures.
Today, I'm going through my entire music library on my Google Play account and removing all the gunk from it. I have a high quality collection of great tunes so far; but some are just too out of sync with what I'm feeling these days.
Spring cleaning comes but one time a year, so I shall clean my music up a bit to fit with the more mature age of 23. Rather than listening to music that makes me feel like I'm 15 again. It's time for an upgrade anyway.
Music sets me free. It's also something I value; so I need to go through my processes of change every now and again. Like David Bowie and those in his boudoir of musical ventures; I am changing again and this time, it's more to fit with my musical development and creative adjustment.
So light folk, dreamy easy listening, jazzy electronic, and punk infusion rock, take me …
Come at me like a gun
Ridicule my faults forgetting your dumb
Ugly attitude and shady eyes
Your nothing less than lies
Fuck you and your little kid
I spit this shit like new trends
Cause a hater is less than
When you bitch about man
Look in that shiny glass
Before someone kicks your ass
You ain't got no class
Get on with that shitty fad
Bitch you need to step back
And then there was no more Buffy The Vampire Slayer and I was pretty sad to see it end but happy with the ending. Spike was super sexy though. I mean, Angel is cute and all but Spike really had it and that bod of his... ugh what a hottie...
So now it's time to move on to the sequel show; Angel which follows Angel and Cordelia and some new guy. In a way; it's like a new version of Buffy The Vampire Slayer but this time with a smaller clan and a little more serious than before.
It doesn't replace Buffy though. I will miss her most. I mean I felt like she was a friend or even a sister when I watched her take down all the vampires and demons. Dawn was great too. Really, the one that I loved most was Willow and Xander. They were all great and made the show was it was; a classic of the 90s.
We shall see how Angel goes and hopefully I will find a little filling of the void with it. Great shows always end too soon but with Buffy The Vampire Slayer, it ended at a good moment but it…
I get complimented often times for how well I can do my own makeup. Most notably are my eyebrows and my eyes. Some of my friends and even a few strangers have asked me how I do it. How can a guy do makeup with a natural yet covered look?
Well, it's simple really; it's all in how you apply it. Here, I will list some helpful tips to do a quick and easy coverage makeup that won't make you look like you're wearing a pound of foundation on your face.
The easiest tools I use to combat cake and powder looks is the use of a good moisturizer and a very good primer as your base before applying any foundation at all.
Might suggestion is to use as little foundation as possible; this minimizes the appearance of cracks, wrinkles, and other ill occurrences that happen when wearing foundation. My best kept secret to smile lines is actually the use of Urban Decay's Eyeshadow Primer Potion Which will prevent any lines from forming and last all day unlike so many concealers and prime…
Why do you stare as if to ponder of my touch?
Caressing your dire need to be known but distant and vile
You always think you are so special but you're nothing to my mind
I rarely notice you half the time
You only crave what you see and not what you hear
You only want a piece of me and then you're gone for years
As though to impress such history to burden a smile
Your snobby nature makes nothing worth while
Bitter and torn like the sheets you've abused
Never in a million memories did I picture you
I wait and wait for something kind in return
Deserving all the best but simmer of burns
Missing the universe that used to adore me
Now these beautiful faces just tend to ignore thee
So walk the line and settle in fate
You won't have the best I can create
For your hate is emotional but your love is dead
I'd do anything to erase these visions from my head
So tonight started out like any other night. I went to work and did my work thing (did an excellent job zoning and doing returns by the way), decided I wanted a mini fridge for my room because I get tired of my food getting ate and I like my own space for things. Plus, the fridge is getting overcrowded with every other bum in the house who leaves stinky leftovers and gross foods. I am certainly deserving of something nicer.
Well anyway, my dad surprises me with a greet and his boss driving in his BMW with my step brother in the backseat. Keep in mind it's a tiny car and I had to literally cram into it because there was virtually no space. I now realize I don't want a sports car; I need something more convenient and probable to an everyday work environment. I need lot's of space.
I was already on the phone with my awesome Leo friend, Stephanie; who works with me on an almost daily basis. She is absolutely the best; I could seriously replace all bad memories with just one pe…
Well, well, children have a smart way of being judgmental these days.
Apparently a little African American kid thought I was a really ugly boy.
So much so, that he announced it to his mother as they strolled on by.
I get that he's little and doesn't know the pretext to words and all but it's sad when a mother just lets that slip without saying something to her child or acknowledging that it could hurt someone's feelings.
We live in a shallow world...I am not ugly...and if I am to be ugly, at least I am something in this jungle of harsh words...