Lianne La Havas
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time to find out where the story goes
Kakukaku Shikajika is an autobiography of the artist Akiko Hayashi who also does Kuragehime.
This is a fantastic manga to read if you’re ever feeling confused as to what direction your art is going or if you’ve hit a road block and you don’t know what you’re doing with your life.
If you’ve spent your life dedicated to achieving your dream and then you find yourself at a loss of what to do once you’ve hit a high point, what happens? Or you suddenly lose faith in your ability to do anything??
This is a great manga. It’s lovely, personal, and funny. It’s nostalgic if you’ve felt the same way in the past and extremely relatable if you’re going through an art block/uneasy time in life.
Mad mental mélanges becoming liquid milieus, light, dark, life, and death swirling like a warm sigh in wintery air, minor hues looking major, color popping everywhere like shattered stained glass: 染谷’s work is a magical meditative sermon served up with style.
i doodled a thing again
Madeon - Cut The Kid (LIVE COVER)
keyboard/sax/weird electro-clarinet guy is fucking killing it.
Yes, yes he is. The sound is so fucking alive.
People sometimes ask why Daft Punk created their samples using live instruments on microphones from different eras (e.g. microphones from the 60s, 70s, and 80s) for Random Access Memories. If you can hear the difference between the original and this cover (disregarding the poor quality of the live performance), now you know why.