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It Ain’t What You Do (It’s the Way That You Do It)

To truly possess your own unique style is a rarity. I’m not talking about dressing well, or spending money on extravagances, I’m talking about the, “you either got it or you don’t” effortless style that emanates in dress, speech, and writing. 85 more words

Los Angeles

Coachella, Weekend Two: updated, frustrated

Update April 19: With apologies, looks like the promise of a second weekend live stream were greatly exaggerated, at least up here in Canada. What looked like an easily accessible live stream, via subscription to AXS TV, does not work in Canada. 180 more words

Words And Music

Terje + Duck Sauce + Chromeo = Album Time

For Splice Today, I wrote about new albums from Todd Terje, Duck Sauce, and Chromeo, all of which obsessed with disco. Read the piece here… 8 more words

Splice Today

Tuesday Touts

So I thought I’d try something new to keep the site a little more active day-to-day and to send some recommendations along to my loyal readers. 776 more words

Jackson Browne

Bryan Ferry @ McCaw Hall, Seattle (April 7, 2014)

~ Written by Jessica Price

Of all the days for me not to be aimlessly wandering Pike Place Market buying some fruit for the office pantry…yes, that would be the day Bryan Ferry (of Roxy Music and duh, Bryan Ferry) plus members of his mighty eight-piece band were there,  posing with balloon-animal-schlepping clowns and laughing at the Showgirls sign. 677 more words

Concert Reviews

Musique 365: Day 102: Fresco - M People

Packed with Top 10 singles, the follow-up to Bizarre Fruit was still going to have to go some to live up to its predecessor. ‘Angel Street’ skips along happily enough, but ‘Avalon’ is best left to Mr Ferry.

Stand-Out Track: Angel Street

It's Album Time by Todd Terje

Trying to find certainty, he needs all the world to confirm that he ain’t lonely

Todd Terje is a Norwegian electronic music producer who clearly has influences in almost every genre of music going. 768 more words

Album Review