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“Wales is a good place for tribes to thrive”: talking music with Lucy Thomas

Today I am super, super excited to publish this interview with a long time hero and pal of mine. Lucy Thomas: entrepreneur, stalwart of the music community and passionately supporting the local alternative dance scene for longer than anyone would care to remember. 17 more words

Welsh Business News

IASPM in Calgary: call for workshop participation

Are you headed to IASPM in Calgary later this month? If so, we invite you to join us for a workshop!

Do you want to publish your IASPM paper? 222 more words

"Wales is a good place for tribes to thrive": talking music with Lucy Squire

Today I am super, super excited to publish this interview with a long time hero and pal of mine. Lucy Squire: entrepreneur, stalwart of the music community and passionately supporting the local alternative dance scene for longer than anyone would care to remember. 2,115 more words

The People

Too Cool?

So a woman is suing Starbucks for putting ice in their iced drinks?

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TSP (Texas Soundmap Project)

I’ve been working on this project for a while now. It combines archival resources, class assignments, and personal field recordings to map out some of the sonic events in Texas. 33 more words

Sound Studies

Uthando

“Uthando,” by the Soul Brothers. Moses Ngwenya on keyboards; David Masondo lead vocalist.

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Comments are welcome if they are on-topic, substantive, concise, and not boring or obscene. 23 more words

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Puff Daddy Retiring from Music

I just read that Sean Combs, who has apparently returned to his “Puff Daddy” sobriquet, is retiring from music. To paraphrase a famous saying (which I I always thought was a Yogi-ism, but can’t find corroboration): I didn’t know he was still making music until I heard he was retiring.

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