Gigs

21 Feb 19
Marco Caviglia

Hi Folks! Please, check the “Live gigs” page 🤟🏻🎸🌎

21 Feb 19
From The Ashes

Something people often say to me is- “you don’t seem depressed, you’re always so bubbly!” I thought I’d combat the topic of hidden depression today and try to be as brutally honest my experience as I can- as I believe a lot of other people feel they have to hide their symptoms when feeling particularly […]

21 Feb 19
FinlayStanleyBlog

Filming The Strays’ performance at paradiddles has been given the blessing by the band. Through my research of the post-punk era, I feel it would be appropriate to film and edit the live performance in the style of programmes such as Top Of The Pops or The Old Grey Whistle Test. I intend to use […]

21 Feb 19
PEOPLE.com

In an exclusive new clip from an upcoming episode, Hernandez tackles the American Ninja Warrior Junior course, herself

21 Feb 19
Making Histolines

David Jones (aka Dave Jay, aka David Bowie) in 1963. He was 16 years-old when he stepped in as saxophonist and lead singer for The Kon-rads at a gig in a south London pub. || https://ift.tt/2SgK0Jh via #OldSchoolCool

21 Feb 19
Talk About Pop Music

Rising contemporary singer/songwriter MARKX speaks to talkaboutpopmusic.com! by Christopher Smith With two extended plays (“Air” and “Water“) already behind him, singer, songwriter and friend of talkaboutpopmusic.com MARKX takes some time out to talk to us about life, music and his aspirations for the future. TAPM: Firstly many congratulations on both your EP’s! amazing songs on […]

21 Feb 19

Samsung Galaxy Fold

Hello everybody, and welcome to TechTalks! I’m Nimesh Makwana, and here we’ll be discussing all kinds technology (I’m biased to mobile phones, you’ll see that), concept or in-hand! Let’s start with the latest news in the Tech market. Samsung, the leader of innovation in the Tech market, has come up with yet another technological breakthrough […]

21 Feb 19
Amy's Music Antics

Hey guys, today’s post is going to be about a band thats extremely close to home. The boy’s in this band are a few of my close friends who I have known for a long time. Lashing Out are one of Aberdeen’s biggest bands on the scene and have only been together for nearly a […]

21 Feb 19
Hope Anchors the Soul

Potty training. This is hands down one of my least favorite stages with my kids, as their mama, thus far.  I imagine if you are a parent, you have a stage that your kiddos either are going through currently or that they went through already that you greatly dislike(d).  Now, my kids are only 6 […]

21 Feb 19
The Clock Out

The ways people make money nowadays never ceases to amaze me. We no longer live in the age of a 9-5 but in a time where people make their nut from multiple side hustles or weird, niche gigs they’ve carved out for themselves. While some are respectable endeavors, there are others I take issue with. […]

21 Feb 19
brettjollydotcom

Last night felt a little peculiar. We had our Wednesday Night Event even though a lot of snow fell in the Philadelphia area forcing people to stay home. There was a special birthday celebration going on and the own of the Crab Tavern still wanted us to come out and perform. The normal crowd we […]

21 Feb 19
Coalesce

In a time when there are music festivals that are spawning across the country at an unprecedented rate, there exists an immense choice for those interested in spending a weekend engaged in unbridled revelry. Festivals, usually earmarked with profuse amounts of intoxicants, music and hedonistic pursuit, are typically an individualistic – almost inconsiderate activity that […]

21 Feb 19
Chinook Jargon

Walter Shelley “El Comancho” Phillips was quite the self-promoter…

21 Feb 19
music for human rights

The  next round of the project Music for Human Rights is on! It is always lovely to come back to our friends from Roter Baum and our dear host Martin. Almost all participant flew to the wonderful Berlin on Thursday, while the group from Bosnia and Herzegovina spent the Thursday night in the Crown Plaza […]

21 Feb 19
Janna Stevens

When Ginger and I were en route to Atlanta a couple of weekends ago, our conversation turned to the topic of solo travel. She said, “I think I’d like to go somewhere by myself, but it makes me nervous!” Girl, I feel you. Traveling by myself didn’t come by choice; at least, it didn’t at […]