“Forget about your name, forget about who you are and just love me forever, until you die, and die for me, and suffer for me, and that’s what she says in her song….”-Cécile Gúermo of Belle Époque.
“Frustration was a big thing because I wasn’t able to express what I was going through the way I wanted to cause I had never gone anything like that. And I wasn’t talking to people about it.” -Julia Price
“For awhile, my numbing thing was just having very meaningless relationships, flings, men, just in and out of my life…these really crazy…fighting, and emotionally abusive things, and just this addiction to it.” -Julia Price
“The content the people are looking for, especially the majors, is anything with an emphasis on stupidity, sex, violence. That is not my angle. It is harder to sell them on common sense and re-think our society as a whole.”-Ras Kass
“That’s why I wrote the song, so no one else will forget about him.” -Danny Brook.
“I felt that energy force, call it spirit, call it what you will became a big inspiration for my music.” -Samuel J
“You can’t speak it, you can’t project it upon other people, you can’t be like, ‘You should do this, you should change that way.'”-Jesse Amadeus.
“Electronic music really changed my life. It helped me find community, friendship, and family. It showed me a place in the community that will accept you no matter who you are. ” -Britz Robbins
“While I was traveling around the world, and meeting lots of different people who [have] completely different styles, completely different tastes in everything, but there’s a common thread of… how people care about the planet, people care about each other…and see how those cultures or those counter cultures, work together symbiotically, and that’s where the name came from.”-Bosque HrBek
“It’s recognizing that it’s in the loss you find the love and it’s in the love you find the loss.”-Ruby Chase