What if your art went viral, people started ordering like crazy and you became a full time artist online? That’s what happened to Amanda Oleander.
When I moved to New York City from Japan, I found everything much more difficult in comparison to my home country. The population is much bigger and everything goes very quickly so it’s much more difficult to settle. It’s like a rolling stone, I need too much more energy to keep on catching the moment.
Taking the time to discover my ‘why’ was one of the most important things I have ever done. Determining your “WHY” and understanding how that plays out in your daily narrative. We also talked about the growth of the music industry and how each artist can play into this dialogue. Music can bring together people and cross boundaries. How a storyteller attempts to shed the light on racial profiling and how we educating our youth.
The theme is the impossible escape of violence interwoven with playful yet soul moving moments that he terminates with cold assassination. The four minutes of gripping tales offers each viewer a filtered lense into the current and tragic state of our time.
Now with the mix of our newer generation musicians they three have brought up a fresh vision with their own set of influences. Not only musical influences, but also their way of thinking and seeing life as a whole. You can’t imagine how these differences enrich us as an indie band, seeing our ideas in a wider spectrum from each of our members perspective, and then consolidating them as a whole.
Did the uber trendy Fashion savvy ditch the traditional fashion show without telling us? It seems that fashion show addicts are ghosting on their attendance for something much cooler. This comes at a time when social media is an unbalanced atmosphere and the only way to stand out as a fashion brand is to melt culture with media in an innovative way that surprises us. But the real questions is.. at what point do we stop being surprised and just get numb to everything new.