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Thursday At SXSW With Wyclef Jean, Cancer Bats, Charles Bradley And More

Thursday night was a busy night at the SXSW. The free concerts at the Auditorium Shores started this day, and my schedule was packed up until well after midnight. 1,033 more words


Must See SXSW Shows This Week

SXSW is gearing up for its final three days. I’d like to say the best is yet to come, but because the shows have already been packed with outstanding acts, it’s hard to think that it could get any better.   399 more words


Chapter 4: The Unquiet Sleep

Little cannonballs of heaven ricocheted off the glass enclosure, occasioning a whispered flight by a passing zephyr, only to dip into the marriage of glass and reinforced concrete in the Sehir district of Greater Beaumas. 4,452 more words


Chapter 3: The Invisible Storm

The city library could have been her weekend home after all the time she spent there, rummaging through leather bound old books with faded captions. Laleh witnessed epic battles on those yellowed sheets as time waged a war of furrowed creases on the ebbing print. 1,625 more words


Chapter 2: Love and Lawrencium

In the lower reaches of Beaumas, where the economic line fluctuated between the middle classes and the poverty stricken, a light turned on in the drawing room of a paling wire cut brick flat. 3,563 more words


Laleh - "Boom" Review

Laleh continues to show that Sweden has a natural flair for producing deep and intuitive pop music that feels somewhat larger, better and more fulfilling than many other countries. 309 more words


Laleh at Hotel Cafe, Hollywood


January 21, 2015

Hotel Cafe, Hollywood

This evening the diminutive but luxurious Hotel Cafe in Hollywood was graced with the talents of  the lovely Swedish singer/songwriter Laleh.   436 more words