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Almost Forgot a Title

As I have stated in previous posts, I have witnessed several miracles. Ā  Not only the everyday graces but the major full-blown not-scientifically-verifiable kind.

Continuing with our Greek definitions to amplify our knowledge of truth by going to the source of the word miracle, you can click… 406 more words

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the girl behind the SCREENS

Dear Mr. Whiskers,

Wow. Going on three years. From my perspective it’s like you just used me. CLEARLY you think this is funny. CLEARLY you thought all of this out. 146 more words

Snapshots: Emancipator @ 9:30 Club -- 2/3/18

Emancipator performs at 9:30 Club on Feb. 3, 2018. (Photo by Ari Strauss)

Emancipator delivered to a packed 9:30 Club on Saturday, making his fifth stop of a 25-city tour to promote his newest album, Baralku, which released from his own label, Loci Records, this past November. 156 more words

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Soon It Will Be Cold Enough or Maybe it Already Is

I just recently stumbled across this gem of an album from Emancipator. Soon It Will Be Cold Enough is Emancipatorā€™s first album that he self-released in 2006 while he was still in college in Virginia. 291 more words

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Ticket Giveaway: Emancipator @ 9:30 Club, 2/3/18


Emancipator (Photo courtesy Loci Records)

Emancipator, born Doug Appling, released Baralku, his fifth studio album, late last year via his own Loci Records, and it hit #1 on the iTunes Electronic Chart. 262 more words

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Chill #33

After a long delay in completing Chill #32 – missing the month of October – i felt compelled to release Chill #33 as soon as possible and preferably before December so i would be in pace to complete at least twelve episodes in 2017.Ā  Ā  114 more words

Emancipatorā€™s Ethereal New Album ā€˜Baralkuā€™ Transcends Expectations

Originally published December 13, 2017 for The Jamwich

Emancipatorā€™s fifth full-length album, Baralku, is a true glimpse into the organic workings of the mind of American producer, Doug Appling. 498 more words

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