Analog Nation

I am Danni Cassette. Sent through analog because my origin is in the tapes. Grandfather taught me early on the piano and would record our progress to the tape deck. Any difficulty I have in life is when I try to convert to present time. Ive got revival in my guts... bringing us back to REEL. I am a full time audio giver residing in ATL. My EP "The Land Of Tapehistry" explains it all and you can get it at dannicassette.bandcamp.com
WALKMANS WELCOME!

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TOY BOY by LuisaViaRoma

Spring is on the horizon and it’s action-packed with a new collection of toy boys in strong graphics and fearlessly bold colors. Blocked, splattered, dotted or striped- the toy boy charges up with Jil Sander’s neon jacquards and Burberry’s pantone rainbow. 

He’s every girl’s dream man and he’s suited up for business. Stoic in his Dolce & Gabbana bow tie and Marni sunglasses, you’ll never see him waver. He’s a toy boy- king of the playground- and he’s winning our hearts.

    THANK YOU #Detroit for the love you showed me this week!!! It was a total blast & I appreciate everyone’s support. I’m going after these dreams of mine! #audiogiver #indiemusic #indieartist #songwriter #spreadingtheanalog #roadwarrior #usie

    THANK YOU #Detroit for the love you showed me this week!!! It was a total blast & I appreciate everyone’s support. I’m going after these dreams of mine! #audiogiver #indiemusic #indieartist #songwriter #spreadingtheanalog #roadwarrior #usie

    Had an amazing time performing in #DETROIT this week. Check out Sheezy and I getting down on BEAUTIFUL ENDURER!

    What art does is to coax us away from the mechanical and towards the miraculous. The so-called uselessness of art is a clue to its transforming power. Art is not part of the machine. Art asks us to think differently, see differently, hear differently, and ultimately to act differently, which is why art has moral force. Ruskin was right, though for the wrong reasons, when he talked about art as a moral force. Art is not about good behaviour, when did you last see a miracle behave well? Art makes us better people because it asks for our full humanity, and humanity is, or should be, the polar opposite of the merely mechanical. We are not part of the machine either, but we have forgotten that. Art is memory — which is quite different [from] history. Art asks that we remember who we are, and usually that asking has to come as provocation — which is why art breaks the rules and the taboos, and at the same time is a moral force.

    —Jeanette Winterson (via middlenameray)