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Day 20: I shuffled my music then wrote about it

As you know, because I haven’t stopped going on about it, my laptop died a couple of months back. As such, I’ve been using the music on my tablet for this blog. 563 more words

W24: HUMANWINE's new album

I was excited to see an old favorite band of mine, HUMANWINE, is finally releasing a new album. They’ve got the concept and the songs, and like many have launched a Kickstarter ( 201 more words

3. Wiki Wednesday

Steampunk & Other Tom-Foolery! Spotlight on: Humanwine

I have a dirty little secret: I was not in love with Humanwine the first time I heard them. It was spotty; I liked a song here or there (It’s impossible not to love… 609 more words


IMPORTED: Your favorite local international music show

If you didn’t check this show out when it aired a month ago… Check it out now because it’s loaded with AWESOME artists from abroad and you never know… this week may be your last chance to experience it, before being archived into oblivion! 78 more words

Music Shows


Imported is an international music program showcasing artists from all over the world, combining an eclectic and genre-blending playlists by well-known and aspiring talent abroad.  … 166 more words

Music Shows

Day 29 – Saddest Character Death

Hmmmm I’ve already talk about Snape, and I can’t really go on about Erik again so soon after a previous PotO based post. I was considering making the title of this one “Most Satisfying Character – Death” and talking about Neil Gaiman’s Death of the Endless or Pratchett’s anthropromorphic personification Death, but again I’ve probably wittered on about both those authors a bit too much. 230 more words


Review of HUMANWINE's album: “Mass Exodus”


Album: Mass Exodus

Genre: Gyspy/Steampunk/Rock

Those of you have followed my judgmental music ramblings so far may have noticed that I like music that tells a story; something that has a background or a theme that turns each song into a chapter of a narrative. 697 more words