Lately I've been doing a lot of introspection and a bit of retrospection as well. I've been pushing myself to look at the world through different eyes to see what change I can effect opposed to what I can sit by and allow to make the changes for me. It's important to realize that nothing is given to us and the important things in our lives are things that we have fought for. They are what hurt the worst when they are ripped away from us because we have put forth effort. If you just float by and don't stand for what's important to you then you're just going to fade into the background. You're going to go unnoticed and you're going to simply passed over.
Portland, Oregon artist Logan Lynn posits a similar situation in his song, "Hologram". It's been a while since this track was released but I just recently found him and that's all that matters. If you've got no one that reflects all that is good in you, then are you actually there? If you're not being challenged and reciprocated is there any purpose. It's easy to get by on your own but when you have someone to share it with, it makes the process of simply being so much more. Knowing yourself and being comfortable in your own skin/space is important but it's not much of a life if you're always alone. Chunky, granola style beats and quirky melodic progression through this fantastic synth track bring out the independence in Logan's vocals. It's brilliantly put together and it leaves you feeling a bit more introspective than when you started.
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