What Inspires You?

So many thoughts transferred to the digital realm but never published. Never released from their barriers and posted to the world.

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So many entries driven by inspiration and a sic dubstep mix with slow drops that not only captures your attention but sends you spiraling into an almost trance-like state of creativity.

My goodness, this shit definitely triggers some mental switch that once flipped on…releases a universe of possibilities.

A multi-verse..

If music is a universal language, then dubstep is humanity’s warcry.

Yours Truly.
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Again…you can quote me on that. Oh wait…we did.

I can’t explain it. I just feel it. When listening to this type of music I can feel …energy surging through me. Inspiration immediately sets in and I’m hooked. I can’t explain it.

Posting, however, is another story entirely.

Let’s do a little research.

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Pray tell, Dr. Watson.

It’s elementary, really. As LA Weekly so elegantly put it…dubstep makes us “loose our fucking minds”.

Like no joke.

Is it the bass? Or because its beat is fast-paced? As I try to keep this research to a bare minimum…the more I learn the more I get drawn in. Like I’m suffering from spaghettification as I reach Messier 87’s event horizon.

And no fork.

Only a spoon to be found. Slowly sliding into oblivion as we circle around and around.

As much as I try to escape, I find that I cannot leave. I find that I am in control as much as I am led to believe.

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According to ProMusicianHub.com, a typical dubstep track contains a rhythm of 138 – 142 beats per minute. But Three..is it just dubstep that gets our hearts racing and sets our minds free?

No, random internet stranger. No, it is not.

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Let’s explore..

For example, the song “A Lot” by 21 Savage has 146 beats per minute (bpm). Just heard it for the first time while doing research for this post and enjoyed it very much. The tempo kept me hooked, the lyrics got me thinking and I found myself paying closer attention to what he was saying.

Let’s change stations for a sec..

The song “The Kind Of Love We Make” by Luke Combs has a bpm of 102. While it’s tempo is a tad bit slower than “A Lot” it still captured my attention. However had to stop that song real quick as it triggered feelings of sadness.

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Feelings and memories associated with my ex-wife. Don’t even get me started.

So here we are.

Analyzing why music gets my heart racing at 0310 hrs.

So we are here.

So are we here?

I don’t know…just wrote a lot of great stuff and for some reason it didn’t save. Lost it all. Gone into oblivion. Ate up by M87 and never to return again.

Pucking aggravating.

Which, after all of this brief research…leads me to the following question.

What de-motivates us?

Signing off.

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