Like any relationship, success is a reflection of the level of honesty at the outset and the frequency of check-ins against that narrative.
My brother Tim dropped this jazz record on me about a decade ago. It's amazing. Not knowing who made it we set out to investigate.
I am so incredibly proud of my brother, Tim. He's going all in on his dream job: starting and owning TRP guitars. A guitar repair shop here in Atlanta GA.
I don't wear my veteran status on my sleeve as some do—quite literally. Certainly, everyone has the right to choose how to define themselves. We all—in fact—put up a screen through which we want to be viewed.
The stories, the photos, the typography, the culture, the tchotckys—all fantastic.
There are just certain things that our friends and family don't like. I'd like to think that we all have a genre or artist we queue up when we're alone. We're in guilty pleasure territory. For you it might be ABBA, One Direction or Trap Rap but for me it's Math Rock.