- Writes about sex, death, romance & fame
Racheline is a performer and storyteller focused on themes of sex, desire, mourning, and fame. Her training includes a journalism degree from The George Washington University, as well as acting and directing coursework at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School (New York City) and the National Institute of Dramatic Art (Sydney, Australia). Racheline’s fiction, non-fiction and poetry has appeared in numerous outlets, and she is a regular speaker on pop-culture topics at fan and academic conferences. Her "Love in Los Angeles" LGBTQ romance novel series, co-written with Erin McRae begins publishing with Torquere Press September 2014 with the release of Starling. She also blogs for Random House's romance and pop-culture site, Romance @ Random.
- journalism, screenwriting, film / video, writing
- entertainment, film / video, pop culture
- Brooklyn, NY
The build is a little slow (every time I think it's gonna take off around that 3 - 3:30 minute mark it does't), and I'm more into this as background music at a lounge than something I'm going to listen or dance to; listening and dancing make me want to buy your track; background music makes a good night out, but I'm not going to go hunt it down. That said, there's a warm sort of sexiness to it that feels like it's on the right track for me, but I'm not excited yet. I think it's too much foreplay without delivery.
The cover is good and very sweet, but doesn't tell me anything new about the song. I think the animation is incredibly compelling, although the narrative doesn't quite conclude in a satisfying way. I think the cover needs to be even more gentle/delicate to fit the animation, which is haunting/nostalgic and has elements of sadness in really the best way. This is an "almost there" for me, but where it is now doesn't inspire me to tell others about it. That could change.