Yo. My name's Lindsey, you can call me Linds. I grew up in L.A. listening to a range of eclectic sounds - my best friends are all mainly indie pop and folk musicians, so we've been tight on the scene and I've become a huge follower - both in L.A. and of the overall indie pop and folk courts. Yes, I love Arcade Fire and yes, I love The Smiths, and The Shins, but I haven't forgotten where I came from. This L.A. vixen is regularly scoping out the local scene at the hot spots, but also just love music overall. I also have a serious addcition to soy lattes, am a vegan (because I do love animals and I also love spinach) - is this starting to sound really cliche yet? ::)), and I love my mom because she's awesome and made the glam jam Monroe doll I am today. I'm a lame college grad that loves her job that has absolutely nothing to do with my degree in poli sci - I cater for private events with strictly vegan food. I'm the master chef, and my buddy Kate is the business mind behind the operations. :)
Holla at your girl if you want to talk music, art, fashion, kale and brown rice and any old (or new) thing about life.
A friend of mine is taking a course on the history of music, and this book came up in the syllabus, "Cowboys and Indies: The Epic History of the Record Industry." I was instantly reminded of this platform, and realized TONS OF YOU would love it!!! Amazon is selling it, but you can find it anywhere online and some of the major book stores, and here's the Amazon link. :) https://www.amazon.com/Cowboys-Indies-History-Record-Industry/dp/1250043379