18 LA – Editor-In-Chief

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Music makes people feel and it takes you back in time, which is the main reason why I created this blog. I hope to work for a sick record label one day. But for now, I’m just a listener who enjoys surprising myself and a good cup of iced chai.



21 SB/LA – Writer

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Music basically dictates my life, I am pretty okay with that though. I plan on hopefully becoming a Music Marketing Manager or something along those lines. Pineapples are cool. Quality coffee shops are my second home. Somehow I fit life in between all of my sleeping, I make it work.




18 SB/LA – Social Media Manager/Writer

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Pre-Psych major but my dream job is something along the lines of a record label owner. My favorite genre of music is anything that sounds good. I’m usually always listening to music or talking about it. Live music has been a huge part of my life ever since I went to my first concert and it continues to make my life 150% worthwhile to this day.



21 HTX – Photographer

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My first concert ever, Metallica. Age 6. I remember sitting on my dad’s shoulders jamming out with thousands of people to lyrics I didn’t quite understand. That’s when I knew music would always be the center of my life. I’ve attended dozens of shows since, slowly merging my passion for photography with music. Find me listening to LANY 24/7. xo




24 TX – Media Designer/Photographer

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Music has always been a key element in my life. When I was 7, I had already decided that blink-182 was my favorite band. As I grew older, I began to venture off on my own music-driven journey, far away from the music I was raised on. That journey began 16 years ago and it has been the only constant in my life, along-side photography.  I got into photography about 8 years ago and it made me see things from a different angle. At a show, I want to capture what I’m feeling and not just what the show looks like. It makes the photo more personal and my goal is to convey that feeling.


Special thank you to Katie Macias for the logo.