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a sketch of toddler ol No Name. I need name ideas! Mo’s gonna love dressing him up in fancy clothes, and he is gonna adore shoving flowers, frogs, and dirt in the pockets.
Have you ever been so hurt, so troubled, so absolutely devastated that you literally didn’t know what to do with yourself or how to handle the situation? Listening to a musician’s screams can sometimes carry the same emotions that my heart carries. Sadness, anger, sorrow, rage, or even loneliness. Putting my headphones on, tuning out the world as well as my troubles and playing my music loudly allows me to be able to put my emotions into a sound. The screams of pain and the growls of rage personify what I am feeling.
Some notes even hit me so deep that I feel them in my core. Sometimes they force me to cry, not only because I am upset, but because I need an outlet for my emotions and listening to the personification of how horribly I feel does bring tears to my eyes. But there is a bright side. Listening to, as you stated, D.I.D., for example, and hearing Akane’s screams makes me feel like I am not alone. I feel like he has been there, in the troubled place I am currently stuck, and today this is how he is able to turn his paste challenges into powerful music that hits me so deeply and personally.
This goes the same for any musician; Akane, Ruki, Hizumi, Kyo, etc. I feel that anyone can connect with the screams of a musician on a personal level because it is literally what they are silently feeling turned audible. Sometimes people need that, to know how badly they are hurting. And they need to cry over it. Crying is okay, crying is healthy, it helps.
Musician’s screams help us realize things we might not want to acknowledge and their voices sometimes reach parts of us that we didn’t know existed, or that we’ve tried to avoid.
During a dinner party my friend and musician Kishi Bashi told me about his daughter’s love Kiki. I informed him that I loved the movie too. So I illustrated Kiki in the likeness of his daughter and mailed her a framed print of it. here is that print.
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