in the fade


  1. ☛ New from me at Forbes: The Lost Art of the Mixtape

    They had to segue. They had to flow into one another. Each song needed to be a continuation of the one before it, as if all these disparate bands got together and recorded a concept album based solely on your feelings for the guy who sits in front of you in English class.

    I wax nostalgic about making mixtapes today. As I do.