Tag: music

Mixtape Monday: Kelly Scherwitzki

As I travel from Tucson, AZ to Tallahassee, FL I realize that summer is frequently the time for me to leave places and people behind—because of this I have two conflicting sides: Sad-girl Side: 1. Lupita Palomera  –   “Perfidia” (as heard in Casablanca) 2. Waylon Jennings  –   “Anita, You’re Dreaming” 3. Louis Armstrong

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Tucson Success Stories: Ryen Eggleston

Ryen Eggleston plays in bands in Tucson. Natasha Stagg: What have you been up to lately? Ryen Eggleston: Lately i’ve been desperate for work (I am a self-employed house painter and these have been dark days for work of that sort). On the flip side my life as a musician keeps me busy (and sane) in

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Two Part Interview With Gilbef (Part Two)

Continued from previous post Natasha Stagg: Can you give us some ideas on what is coming up next? Rodrigo Gonçlaves: Through all the things I have written, I believe in people’s potential. I think we’re not capable of having a revolution anymore, but we are being transformed constantly, and some of society’s values are getting

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Two Part Review: SoundQuest Fest (Part Two)

Continued from previous post. Erik Wollo, a Norwegian guitarist, played after the break. His music made me think of when you are shown videos in health class that begin with sun-spotted footage of people rock climbing. The camera pans around them to show the canyon and to remind you that the canyon is dangerous. The

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