her. mahahual mexico. december 2013.
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Kacey Musgraves – Same Trailer Different Park
If it’s not obvious by the cactus on the album cover, or its genius title – this record is about small town American life with a country twang. Born in Golden Texas, Kacey Musgraves is the real deal version of Taylor Swift. Happily singing about septic tanks, smoking weed, and girls kissing girls, Kacey’s lyrics reveal her cheeky humor and open minded attitude that’s refreshingly real.
While relying heavily on clichés, her lyrics at times can seem overly simplistic. But it’s Kacey’s real, honest, life that she’s confessing. It’s affairs, and marrying your high school sweetheart because you don’t know any better, and confusing boredom with love – which, I don’t care if you live in Golden Texas, or New York City – you’ve probably experienced at some point in your romantic life.
The entire album makes you feel just a little bit more okay. And that’s what I truly appreciate about it. Kacey reassures you to follow your arrow wherever it points, smoke weed or don’t, whatever you want to do – you feel like Musgraves has got your back.
I was interviewed on nopefun about being photo-editor of The Landing and our current Kickstarter campaign.
We speak to Sarah Jacobs about her magazine The Landing.
Lee Chang Ming:We interviewed you here about two years ago, what’ve you been up to and do you feel your approach to photography has changed?
Sarah Jacobs: My approach to photography hasn’t changed all that much - I still…