The level of relaxation is unprecedented and it allows your mind to go places it never has before.
There’s something magical about Tawiah’s voice that captivates your ears, grabs your heart and run chills down your spine. Especially in this emotional driven track that we can all relate to.
America’s companies are currently being managed to share the least possible amount of their income with the employees who help create it. Corporate profit margins are at all-time highs, while wages are at an all-time low.
I asked him why he was involved with something this corrupt and he replied that it was bigger than the music business and nothing we’d want to challenge without risking consequences.
One of the challenges impacting wider adoption of solar power in low-income neighborhoods, Biasotti says, is convincing residents “they can be part of the green movement” – a privilege often perceived as reserved for affluent homeowners.Sometimes, trying to sell low-income residents on solar means appealing to their pocketbooks.
Dubgrind’s Reflections EP comes out the gates swinging with tracks like Outerlimits. The song winds up with a 1950’s sounding transmission that takes you into another world.
“We think abbreviating with acronyms is new with texts and email, but it’s been going on for two thousand years,” Garfield says. “Back when a Roman would write to his friend, he would begin a letter, ‘I hope you’re well, I’m fine.’ But they got bored with that, so they would shorten it to the Latin acronym ‘SVBEEQV,’ which stood for si vales bene est, ego quidem valeo: If you’re well, that’s good—all’s well with me.”
Fun Fun Fun fest 2013 Blue Stage was absolutely amazing. I didn’t document all the acts on the Blue Stage, but I did get the segment from 6:20 p.m. until the end. The acts documented were the following: Deltron w/ a Live Orchestra, Bonobo with a live band and songstress and Jurassic 5.
There’ s so many soul-shifters in this universe that I’ve come across that have so much to say, show and impact.
This is one of the highlights about living in Austin, TX, there’s pop-up shows all the time.