I only worked 2 1/2 hours but at least I got off my sorry ass and did something instead of feeling sorry for myself, I got paid from what she didnt pay me for last week and it went straight to my credit card payment so I was not tempted to spend it. I got a latte and now im going to crash out. Love this rain so much, my car is all clean and I didnt even have to go to the car wash.
i wonder how many people im in the “id be down if you asked” zone with
Do you ever have that one band/artist who is just so important to you and with them it’s always more than just the music? And it’s because they get you through the day and they have the ability to make you happy when no one else can and you would do anything to support them because they have such a profound effect on your life and without them you just wouldn’t be the same person.
i remember way too many small details about people so i have to act dumb sometimes so i don’t freak them out
Do you ever just get that kinda tingly feeling when you listen to music? Like when you just hear the first couple chords or beats, they sink into your bloodstream and make the veins and vessels tingle along with the guitar? It finally feels like you can breath again
Please recommend me some, especially if you live in Arizona. I feel as if i’ve really lost touch with the local scene and community. A lot of the local bands were suggested or on the label run by River Jones, who I interned/helped out for a good while with social media, promoting stuff a couple years back(I don’t know if anyone remembers but I ran the tumblr, posted show dates photos videos, playlist all that jazz), that’s how I found out about amazing locals like Jared & The Mill, Owl & Penny (which is how I even found out about RJM), Sareena Dominguez, Michelle Blades, Dylan Pratt, You Me & Apollo, Steff Koeppen & The Articles, Lauren Farrah, Courtney Marie Andrews, Dry River Yatch Club and many many others, its funny how even helping out a little really connects you to your community and now I don’t really know the local scene. I miss the RJM label and promoting artist and musicians, it didn’t feel like work, it was something I enjoyed helping with and I supported and genuinely liked the music and community. How do I even get back into the Arizona music scene?