Frontwoman of Graves and The Bad Weather shares her story of abuse, self-infliction, and coping through music.
Last year, I began to lose everything one by one. Time seemed to be a continuous slip through my fingers, and I became obsessed that I lost sight of the world around me. My optimism was at its highest when I fell in love with a boy starting […]
There will be a moment that you burn out, but it’s ok– you’re only human.
From now till Dec. 18th let us know your “Best Of 2016” moment…because this year couldn’t have sucked that bad…right?
Time always constricts people within their choices, I am no different. The thought of fear is “if I do this, I cannot do the other,” or simply “lack” of time. Time will pass regardless because the Earth continues to spin. It either exists so much that you are […]
Letter from the Editor: Weighing a dream.
It’s 2 a.m. and you’re lying on the floor against sheets of useless lyrics, ideas saved on your phone’s voice recorder, and bags under your eyes that slap you back in the face and question why on the face of the planet you are still doing what you’re […]
Very few things will lead me to stray away from a music review and write a blog on Girl Underground Music. I try desperately to stick to the values that this blog was based on, and not for once spread negativity, or get personal at all. If any […]
Yesterday, I had the opportunity to cover an event that I fell in love with years prior, along with genuine human beings, and achieved a sense of “incomplete desire and pride” that I am now certain why I am alive. Incomplete in the notion that I will always […]
There’s times where I ask myself why I do what I do. I want to say that this is once in a while, when it’s a reoccurring daily thought. A daily thought that leads to depression, frustration, and joy, among other abstract feelings. This started two years ago […]