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The New day

4 Dec
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I ❤ pink

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No Age

29 Sep

No Age finally releases a follow up to Nouns with Everything in Between, an album, I’m personally looking forward to.

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The Drums and Surfer Blood

29 Sep

The other night I had the opportunity to work with the Drums and Surfer Blood at the Clubhouse in Tempe, Arizona. The Drums were a band that I’ve been wanting to see for awhile and they did not disappoint.

The Drums::

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The Music Box

21 Sep

The drive out to Los Angeles was all worth it when I had the opportunity to see the Local Natives show at the Music Box in Hollywood on Saturday night. It was the band’s second consecutive sold out show at the venue and the kids were just as energetic as the band swaying back and forth t0 the sounds.

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Gold Panda and Autolux

16 Sep

Last night saw Gold Panda and Autolux perform at the Clubhouse in Tempe, AZ.

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These Are Powers

15 Sep

Street Ape:  As far back as you guys can remember, what originally inspired you to become musicians? I know it’s a cliché question but what was your earliest memory that kinda brought it to past for you?
Bill: I got into hip hop around eleven or twelve through my sister’s boyfriend at the time, who’s now her husband actually and I started making beats right away. Basically, I was listening to a lot of like electronic music and hip hop and somehow I was just like….essentially I was like “I could do this too, I can make beats as well.” I was already djing a little bit at this point too or at that particular time. So I just decided one day that I could also probably make beats, or at least I wanted to give it a shot. So I started making beats when I was fifteen, when I got my first sampler. But um yeah, cliché as it might be…it’s a great question. I know for a fact that I don’t quite think about that enough you know, “why did I originally…like why am I playing music?” You take it for granted I think after a certain number of years, you just kinda do it habitually you know? You know that you need to do it but you don’t- I don’t usually ask myself why that is. Um, I started making beats early on just cause it was something to do and it was fun and something told me I could probably do it alright. I just kept going and going and kept feeding that desire and I kept on getting better and I saw improvements as it feeds on itself.

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Local Natives and Man Man

13 Sep

Man Man

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