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Progarchy Radio Episode 2


Getting far more comfortable with this, though I still have a relatively steep learning curve.  A huge thanks to my somewhat co-host, Veronica Rose Birzer (age 4). 29 more words

Progressive Rock

Let's Start A Cult! An interview with The Fierce And The Dead

Since their formation in 2010, The Fierce And The Dead have been shifting shape and evolving their sound on the regular, pushing boundaries and facing off different challenges with each new release. 907 more words

Birthday Cake For Breakfast

Live Review: Jon Gomm, The Jazz Cafe, 21st October 2015

Image from Jon Gomm, “What’s Left For You?”, filmed by Owen Plummer and Danielle Millea

“Last night I watched a man nearly kill a guitar, and a guitar nearly kill a man.” Sadly not the words of this scribe, as they are so eloquent and accurate, but the words of a good and close friend who was also in the audience to witness the compelling emotional candour of two of the UK’s foremost guitarists playing at Camden’s renowned venue, The Jazz Cafe, last week. 710 more words


Auburn president, AD named in civil suit

OPELIKA – A former manager of Auburn University’s Tigers Unlimited ticket service filed a wrongful termination civil lawsuit against the university including the athletics department Wednesday. 752 more words

SEC News

"The boys played really hard!!"

The second crack at the beast went about like the first one.

Port Townsend is ripping teams apart on the gridiron this season, and Monday’s JV football game went pretty much like Friday’s varsity one did. 180 more words

CHS Wolves


by Allister Thompson

I’m not normally the type to review short EPs, because I’m a greedy fellow and I like, you know, quadruple albums. But this did catch my ears’ attention for a few reasons. 619 more words


Esperanza Spalding's Emily's D+Evolution delivers brash, ferocious show at the Crystal (live review): Oregonlive

This live concert review includes the first photos I’ve published with the Oregonian / Oregonlive.com.


Clad in a white jumpsuit and red hightops, a gold armband and turquoise nerd glasses, Esperanza Spalding returned to her native Portland Tuesday with a challenging new show. 719 more words