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I’m not supposed to love you
But I do, I do
I’m not supposed to love you
But I do, Too much

Life is too much
Life is too much
Life is too much
For me

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Is it bad that something I used to enjoy doing makes me sad now? I love music and playing it but get a wave of sadness when I go to jazz band. I never feel like I’m good enough in that class. I finally moved up a band this year but I feel like I don’t deserve it.

Trumpet isn’t even my primary instrument. I don’t even know if I want to continue jazz in college. Yet I might have to take a class because of my major.

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If Santa gave out lists of the presents he’ll be bringing you in the months before Christmas, those days would kind of be like the welcome waves of official artist announcements that come forth from SXSW. Each new tidal wave of artists and bands brings us endless mirth and exuberance as we tick off countless musicians we want to catch when we head off to Austin in March. We were infinitely excited to see that the latest such release included Irish indie trio whenyoung in its ranks. The emerging outfit caught our ears last year ahead of the arrival of their debut EP Given Up. They now follow up the EP with their new guitar pop single Never Let Go, released through Virgin EMI. Never Let Go is wildly infectious, a vibrant whirling wall of sound with an evocative melody that carries the Celtic tones of Ireland alongside its chiming guitars and strapping choruses. “It’s a song about mental health and hope,” explains frontwoman Aoife Power. "It’s a message to let people know that you can share your pain with others. It’s a reminder that someone is always there for you even in the darkest times. There is always a reason to not let go."  Grab whenyoung’s hearty new single, here.

Journal: Day 9


Let me just say that my manz Post Malone always coming out with a banger. 

Wow, Sunflower, Psycho, I Fall Apart, 

Just to name a few of his songs are so catchy and I’m always feelin’ myself, haha. 

I actually miss playing music in general – especially concerts. In middle school, I played clarinet until my junior year of college and it was so much fun! I felt so genuinely close to classical music and every time it reaches to the climax of the piece, I cry out of excitement, happiness, or sadness. Probably my favorite experience of playing music would have to be in Marching Band. To all the haters out there, MARCHING BAND IS A GODDAMN SPORT and you can’t change my mind. 

One memory in particular that stood out to me was when my grandparents came to see me perform. My mom wasn’t into cheering me on at my home games, so when my grandparents surprised me - I cried on the field while performing and they did as well. My classmates understood where I was coming from as well and gave me a huge hug. I’ve never felt so much love and support from an awesome group. 

I almost majored in Music Education back in college, but when I looked at the requirements – I just wasn’t about that life, haha. Either way, I want to give props to all the fellow Music Majors out there rocking it right now.  Y’all are killing it! 

Much love to all,


- Joanna 

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When I think of The Drums, my initial thoughts bring me back to 2011, when I first fell for the band’s indie pop and surf rock ahead of their sophomore album Portamento, still my favorite record from them today. I also break out in smiles as I remember my first experience catching them live, watching in mesmeric adoration as Jonathan Pierce pranced about the Great American Music Hall stage in pinstripe pants with his signature motions and moves. In the years since, I’ve seen The Drums countless more times and journeyed with them through the more experimental and psychedelic sounds of some of their subsequent albums, like on Encylopedia. On April 5th, The Drums will bring us a new collection of songs named Brutalism, their fifth LP, co-produced by Pierce.  As someone who’s quite fond of brutalist design and architecture (despite how cold and calculated they can be), I find my curiosity extra piqued by the album’s title. The album’s first single Body Chemistry is calculated, but fortunately not at all cold. With guitars that border on math rock obliqueness, and Pierce’s warm, sallow cooing, Body Chemistry reels us back into The Drums’ post-punk speckled surf pop atmosphere. 

“For the year prior to writing this song, I had been dealing with an increased feeling of depression. To counter that, I was doing all I could do to try and make myself feel good: implementing all sorts of self-care, going to therapy, eating well, exercising at the gym, taking a step back from partying, and focusing on positive relationships while weeding out the not-so-good ones” explains Pierce. “I still found myself weighed down with anxiety and depression. This song asks the question: Is this dull, sad feeling in my DNA? Is it part of my gene pool? Can it ever be corrected? I had been confronting some of my most stubborn demons, and I came to realize that confronting doesn’t always mean conquering.” As we take a new album journey with The Drums, I look forward to finding out more behind the choice of title for the record. Perhaps it’s rooted in its themes, or perhaps it’s related to its structure. Either way, it’s going to be another great year for The Drums fans. Pre-order Brutalism, here.

Shit my band professor says, issue 1:

“Hit it. I’ll buy a new one for you if you break it. No, with the wrist. No, don’t – It’s not a BASEBALL BAT its a MALLET you don’t need to wind up.” -At the bass drummer

“Like that meme – keep your secrets. Haha, its day two and I’m already misusing memes. Don’t drop this class. It only gets worse.”

*excited high-pitched laugh as he bounces off the podium* “Ah, I got chills” *more high-pitched laughing* “Haha, chords.”