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“Everything led to this…” & rightfully so! It is a beautiful thing where you look and realize the growth that has been made.
I am living proof of the regenerative power of muscle memory and artistic practice. Music and lyricism saved my life, and to these, I owe everything I have. Ten years on from a major stroke, composer Liam O’Connell shares his thoughts on life and returning from the brink.
by Dude Is Walk
Some tabletop turning tables doing some hip hop industrial beats, while government owned business do not pay income taxes to support the government. I never know what to write here. This is the music I did the past week or two. A Primus song, a experimental beat, and some heavy wall of sound.
I remember the bullying. I remember them hurting me, but also me hurting myself. Have you ever had a period in your life where you feel like you just don’t belong anywhere? That’s the feeling I’ve been having all my life. Although it’s obviously not a very nice feeling, it’s led me to think in a big way & do great things, like a few of my biggest achievements: writing my own songs & releasing my first single.
Music is one of the most effective ways of sharing stories and emotions. With music, the walls of individuality are broken down, allowing our consciousness to connect beyond the boundaries of space and time. My music not only gives listeners a look into my past but also a peek into my mind & feelings. Let’s connect.