RADIOHEAD: A Job That Slowly Kills You
I’m stuck in a strange position, graduating from college in 2020 and in the midst of music while working in between through various freelance writing work. I suppose my current situation, like so many others, is the fear of a job that slowly kills you. Though corny, the idea of a standard living situation has never been ideal, at least from my viewpoint.
Who knows, maybe someday I’ll give up this writing and music endeavor to stick with something more stable. I don’t imagine I will, but you never know what might happen. I have plans to expand and do more writing projects on top of touring and releasing more music. Time will tell.
Nevertheless, above is a fantastic biopic documenting the career of Radiohead that focuses on the psychological effects of fame at a young age and the disconnect between what an artist gives and what a consumer takes. Hund really knocked it out of the park with this one; check it out.
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I’m 24 from Buffalo, NY, and graduated from SUNY Buffalo State in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. I play guitar in SPACED and Funeral Coat. I write for OutOfShapeMusic (Owner) SadCarrotNews (Owner) Fiverr Freelance OnlinePhotographyTraining BestInPhotography The Golden Script Competition The Monthly Film Festival
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