Drums, Booking, ETC - Softly, Dear
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Personal Music Project
If you listen to the creativity experts you’d think you have to live a life of childlike, wild abandon to get a single word on the page. But creativity really isn’t that complicated.
Terrifying and incredible images from Kiev.
“One has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws.”
― Martin Luther King Jr.
No particular order but I wanted to showcase a few I really liked that I feel went underrated.
Autre Ne Vuet - Anxiety
What? This is so good, catchy, challenging, synth pop that is way ahead of it’s time yet perfectly exists right now. Anxiety is just so damn sexy too! If you go by blog “this embodies 2013” logic I give this one AOTY.
Flamingods - Sun
This gem is a tribal, psychedelic journey of an album.
Kanye West - Yeezus
Mutual Benefit - Love’s Crushing Diamond
The National - Trouble Will Find Me
Local Natives - Hummingbird
Oneohtrix Point Never - R Plus Seven
The cumulative output of Milo
Volcano Choir - Repave
Animal Collective - Centipede Hz
Kurt Vile - Walking on A Pretty Daze
My Bloody Valentine - MBV
Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
Caroline Smith and the Good Night Sleeps - Half About Being A Women
Honorably Mentions: Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires of the City, The Knife - Shaking the Habitual, Arcade Fire - Reflektor
There was a ton of great music this year that I am forgetting/never even heard but this is what I felt was exceptional or listened to a whole lot.
SloSlyLove/Dogi playing in my basement
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1. We have merch now! It is available at our new Big Cartel webstore. Please view the How This Works page for an explanation of our system. The artwork was done by the talented Eau Claire artist Kjasa Piatt.
2. Our Ep Portico is now available to stream in it’s entirety on our youtube channel and will be available on spotify any day now.
3. Better Times is now available as a free download over at bandcamp.
More exciting news coming down the pipes soon. Stay tuned.
My band is doing stuff.
Einstein was a total playboy.
Homeless mother who sent six-year-old son to better school in the wrong town jailed for five years
A mother who pleaded guilty to fraudulently enrolling her six-year-old son in the wrong school district has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Tonya McDowell sent her son to an elementary school in Norwalk, Connecticut, instead of her home city of Bridgeport.
The 34-year-old, who was homeless when she was charged with felony larceny last year, said she wanted the best education possible for the boy.
Someone tries to better their situation and help their children - put in jail. I’ve known several white people to do this and they were never in trouble.