Post about how you’ve never been into Mad Men.
Post about how you’re so over Mad Men.
five of us reenact the back on the streets album cover
When I was a young boy, I put on Stockhausen or Albert Ayler, and I said, “I hate this music. I hate it! But what is it? Who are these people and what the hell are they doing?” I don’t feel our young people get that feeling anymore, or when they think about playing jazz, they’re really thinking about idiomatic certainty. Jazz equals walking bass, drum set, chord changes, a particular kind of voicing. But it’s all a known space. If I knew what it was about then I wanted to go to something else, because I came to see that music wasn’t about just style. What attracted me to the discipline of music was this component that I couldn’t understand, but I could sense, in every kind of music. It helped me to see how little I knew about music. It also helped me to learn humility, because whatever you can do there’s always someone who can do it better. There’s always someone in a different idiom who can do something that pushes my buttons and makes me want to work harder because I’ve been inspired.
tj is the one who makes sure astronema is restrained when andros brings her on the megaship without telling anybody
tj is the one who stops cassie and ashley from fighting because the team cant be divided
tj is the one who came up with not one, but TWO of the best plans to fight the psycho rangers
tj is the one who takes over every time andros is too caught up in his own angst over his sister
dont ever let anybody say that andros was the leader of the team