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Portrait Playlist

Portrait Playlist

We asked you all to shoot some ideas to us for a Portrait-Themed playlist, in absolutely no order or with much arranging, here’s what you tossed at us (that we could find!).

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Alive Inside

We spend much time talking about youth and teens and blah, blah, blah, but if you haven’t seen the Sundance Award-winning doc Alive Inside, about the power in bringing elderly folks battling a myriad of issues (dementia, Alzheimers, bi-polar, MS, and more) back to life…

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The Tokyo Beatles (1964)

The Tokyo Beatles (1964)

“Nowhere in the world does youth seem to dominate a nation as they do in Japan.” In 1963, the Beatles exploded onto the British music scene and rapidly conquered Western Europe and America. Japanese youth was not immune to Beatlemania either. Yet in the absence…

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The Last Waltz – 38 years ago today.

November 25, 1976

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CASH Music

CASH Music

ATTN Musicians: This could be cool: “The CASH Music platform is a free collection of tools for artists and labels to sell, share, and promote music directly to their fans. It is entirely open source. The platform currently enables digital purchases, download code generation and…

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David Bryne on Creativity and the Internet (The Guardian)

David Bryne on Creativity and the Internet (The Guardian)

David Byrne: ‘The internet will suck all creative content out of the world’ The boom in digital streaming may generate profits for record labels and free content for consumers, but it spells disaster for today’s artists across the creative industries -Written by David Bryne for…

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Meredith Graves Talks Andrew W.K., Lana Del Rey and Authenticity

Meredith Graves Talks Andrew W.K., Lana Del Rey and Authenticity

At the amazing Basilica Soundscape festival in Hudson, New York, Perfect Pussy singer Meredith Graves gave a spoken word piece that just might have become a manifesto. People wept, people laughed, people cheered, the New York Times enthused and one of Soundscape’s organizers suggested that…

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Measures vid!

A few months back, we gave 6 choreographers the task of creating original pieces using music we selected for them. Shot by the excellent Charlie Hayes, and featuring: Surf Curse — Forever Dumb Choreographer: Adreana Polimeni Dancers: Shelby Wilburn and Gabbie Kott Slothy Mane —…

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Playlist from THE LADIES

Playlist from THE LADIES

Here’s the playlist that was running prior to Sunland #3: The Ladies–some super great stuff in here, check it out! Sunland#3: The Ladies PLAYLIST  

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Chuck Berry in Jet Lag! zine, 1980

Chuck Berry in Jet Lag! zine, 1980

We came across this AWESOME thing via Mike Nipper in The Stranger: “In 1980, a local St. Louis zine, Jet Lag!, interviewed one of the inventors of rock and roll, Mister Chuck Berry, and asked him to review a handful of then contemporary punk and power…

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