Author: Lueda Alia

I like music.

In conversation with Love

I feel lost, all I see is darkness. Destruction. Lives ruined. An environment dying. The world I once knew is lost. People, lost in all the wrong things. And in themselves. Superficially, as they clutch onto their masks ever so tightly. ‘What is the point?’ … Continue reading In conversation with Love

We Are One

My good friend, artist and collaborator Sjimon Gompers invited me to write an essay for Impose Magazine. Thank you for the headline feature. Week In Pop Feature While much of our coverage focuses on the superstars of today & tomorrow—this week’s cover story takes you … Continue reading We Are One

Islam, Censorship and the Real Threat to Our Freedom of Speech

  Within hours of the tragic and deadly attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris, millions of sympathetic individuals worldwide had offered their condolences to the families of the deceased and denounced radical Islamists for their continued attacks on the most precious of all Western liberties: freedom … Continue reading Islam, Censorship and the Real Threat to Our Freedom of Speech