Dear Music Is Art,

My name is Adrian Ernesto Cepeda. I am a long time reader and fan of your website. I am writing you because back when I first started visiting, I remember seeing your postings about Six Feet Under. It is because of these amazing postings with quotes, photos and music from the show that inspired me to watch the series.

You see, I have always had this fear of death and watching a show about death wasn’t on my top priorities. But after reading your posts, I knew that I had to give Six Feet Under a chance.. And I did and it has changed my life for the better. I so want to thank you for those original posts, Six Feet Under is the best show that I have ever seen. The past few months I have grown watching and feel like this has been a reflection on the changes made for the better in my life.

I am now at the end of the series, in a few minutes my girlfriend and I are about to watch the finale. I feel kind of torn because on one hand I’m a little sad at coming to the end of this journey that I have experienced. Then again, I so want to see how it ends. It has been an emotional experience that I will never forget and once again thank you for inspiring me to watch.

I do have a request. Is there anyway you can repost those old Six Feet Under posts that inspired me to watch the show? I would love to go back, read them and see the first seeds on what made me want to see the show for the first time.

Keep on sharing the magic of music and art.

peace and inspiration to you,

Adrian Ernesto Cepeda

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“One glimpse is all it takes to tell you that Music Is Art is something special. You can start by judging this blog by its cover—it’s one of the best-designed, most aesthetically aware music blogs around—but there’s much more to it than just a pretty template. For one, Danielle, the “dreamer/designer” behind MIA, focuses not only on excellent music, but on art, photography and writing and how they all intersect and inform the music. By sharing the sounds and sights that inspire her, she’s inspiring a growing number of readers on a daily basis. By documenting artists’ creative processes, she’s, in the process, creating a pretty substantial, always-evolving work of art herself.” - Nerd Litter

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3 Responses

  1. vjb2

    I’d really like to hear what Adrian thought of the final episode. Without giving anything away, it’s so utterly destroying, sad yet happy at the same time.