If you’re a woman who spends time searching the internet to tear other women down for how they look, you are a terrible person. If you make comments like, ‘She needs a nose job,’ you are the reason women like yourself have no self-confidence. Not because men have unrealistic ideals set for you, but because you’re a bitch.
From the writer herself…
“BETCHA DIDN’T KNOW: From July 2009 thru Sept 2012, “Man In The Mirror” was played on Pandora 26,577,100 times. Meanwhile, Pandora paid only $1,619 in royalties, to be split 4 ways, between 2 writers and 2 publishers. If streaming is the future of music, how can songwriters possibly earn a living?” - Siedah Garrett
The problem with the way to make music today, these are turnkey systems; they come with preset banks and sounds. They’re not inviting you to challenge the systems themselves, or giving you the ability to showcase your personality, individuality. They’re making it as if it’s somehow easier to make the same music you hear on the radio. Then it creates a very vicious cycle: How can you challenge that when the system and the media are not challenging it in the first place? — Daft Punk
Just finished the final sound design and mix for a new short film starring Jayma Mays of Glee. It will be playing at the Seattle International Film Festival!
This thing is beautiful. And humongous, originally printed for a Paris bus stop. Can’t wait to frame it for the new studio.
You treat the air as a canvas. The paint is the chords that come through your fingers. — Pharrell Williams
New studio’s gonna be decorated with film inspiration since that’s really what drives my musical creativity. Just acquired the following original posters: Enter The Void (47x63 Paris bus stop display), Mulholland Dr (27x40 one sheet), Inland Empire (40x30 UK quad), The Tree of Life (27x40 one sheet), The Tree of Life (40x30 UK quad), and Lost Highway (27x40 one sheet). If anyone works in a theater playing To The Wonder and wants to hook me up with that poster…
Labels make it easy to divide and dehumanize.
(Ignore the cheesiness of the image.)