Thursday, August 5, 2010

Thursday, April 15, 2010

It's been a while...

It's been quite a while, my bad. Life's aight, can't complain too much. People suck, as usual. The main thing bothering me is how nice I am to people and it is hardly ever reciprocated/people complaining (how hypocritical, as i am complaining right now)
School is absolutely insane. Photography has been my main release. Canon AE-1 is now in my possession and it feels so good.

Saturday, February 27, 2010


“I had a boyfriend who told me I’d never succeed, never be nominated for a Grammy, never have a hit song, and that he hoped I’d fail. I said to him, ‘Someday, when we’re not together, you won’t be able to order a cup of coffee a the fucking deli without hearing or seeing me.” -LADY GAGA

Thursday, February 25, 2010


I went to the John Mayer concert tonight. Obviously, my expectations were high, because well, it's John Mayer, my obsession, as all you blog lurkers have probably figured out. I went with my friend Mary from the Costa Rica trip I went on over the summer (i loved it and I love her!). He opened up the show with Heartbreak Warfare, his newly released single. The crowd went nuts, as they should have. I screamed my lungs out, and I was exceedingly overwhelmed by his beauty, musically and of course physically...Baha. Throughout the entire show, I had the proclivity to just stand up and scream YOU ARE AMAZING, I LOVE YOU! I did a few times, but I could tell the people sitting next to me were a little pissed off by my booming voice.
The performance that stood out to me the most was Slow Dancing in a Burning Room, off of his best album Continuum. It brought back a lot of memories that I'd rather not write out over the internet, although I don't show my blog to many people. Basically, I listened to it during very distinctive and important parts in my life. He played it flawlessly, and as lame as this sounds, I got emotional.
In my opinion, that's how you know someone is a great music artist-if they are capable of provoking any kind of real emotion.
Let me not forget to mention, this guy is a ridiculous guitarist. I couldn't even believe some of the shit he was doing! He played Gravity as his last song, and shredded his guitar for a solid ten minutes. I was actually blown away.
Before the end of the performance, he gave a really genuine speech about how much he appreciates the fans, and the fact that they came out, even during the whack weather (he said it much more eloquently). He bowed down to us :) He also said, "I hate to come off like an asshole ever, and thank you guys for believing that I am not an asshole." I've read so many of his interviews. He has such an interesting vernacular, and although I don't believe he has much of a filter, I respect and love him so much. I would do so much to meet him, ugh.
Mayer on twitter tweeted: MSG crowd, will you tweet me when you get home safe? It's bad out. Oh, and HOLY SHNIKES. You were unreal tonight.
Now I just can't stop listening to him, nothing else sounds as good.
I love you John Mayer, for real.

Crazy guitar tricks (2008) SHIRTLESS. Really cool shit too.

Two women rocking out at the Madison Sq. Garden show (2/25/10)Playing Bigger than my Body.

Slow Dancing in a Burning Room (Live in L.A. 2008) Amazing album called "Where the Light Is". All live music.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Blast Off Like A Satellite.

Crazy 8-Bit techno beat madness. Wait til at least the middle, the beat drops so hard.
Thank you Ben Smith.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

That's What I'm Talkin' About.

"There is nothing wrong with curves." -Beyoncé Knowles.