Letters of Mass Construction

Zoë Keating’s Symphonies of Strings

I am starting to make a career of seeing Zoë Keating play her cello in unusual places. I have seen her in the airport, in a small club, opening for Imogen Heap, at a music festival in a small theater, and now the most unlikely place of all, a church…. Read the Rest »

Marian Call Shares Her Art

It is hard for me to explain the emotions I am feeling right now. There are a lot of things in this world which send my thought process spinning off into an orbit of pain and dread. I want to believe somehow, someway, humanity will pull its collective head out… Read the Rest »

Best Albums This Year (So Far- 2010)

We have reached the halfway mark of 2010 and it is time for me to give my best music of the year so far list (previous lists). I want all my wonderful blog readers to know how much I care about you. I spent the whole morning listening to the… Read the Rest »

Music Man

I have always found a certain irony in my joy of singing being hampered by genetic inability to hold a note. I am sure if someone who really knew what they were doing got a hold of me they could make me less unbearable. Listening to me sing is cruel… Read the Rest »

I Am Not A Crook

> I am an honest person. If I see someone drop some money on the ground I return it. If the grocery store forgets to ring something up I point it out. I am sometimes brutally honest when people ask me questions (I try to make sure I let people… Read the Rest »

Music & Movie Industry – Showing Their Ass Again

Napster should have been the wake up call. The splash of hot coffee across the lap. The world of art and intellectual property was changed forever but the big media conglomerates thought they could put the rabbit back in the hat. They have spent the last 11 years trying but… Read the Rest »

Steal This Blog

I wonder how many people actually stole Abbie Hoffman’s brilliantly marketed counter culture book. I bet quite a few people felt obligated to do it. The nature of the book seemed to demand it. Ultimately, the publisher who put the book in bookstores had no desire to see you steal… Read the Rest »

Music Makes Us More

Music transforms us. Makes us more than the sum of our parts. It has the ability to make us cry, smile, love, remember. There are not an infinite amount of musical notes in the world but there are an infinite amount of sounds which can be created with them. We… Read the Rest »

Musical Geek

Tapping into my yesterday’s blog, there is a growing population that likes to attach the word geek to hobbies or passions. I am certainly no different. I am just amused it has become so acceptable. With that in mind I am about to blow my indie music street cred right… Read the Rest »

Amanda Palmer So Close You Can Touch Her

I had a plan for today’s blog, really I did. When I finished up yesterday’s I was armed with several points I still wanted to make. I then spent the rest of the night reading blogs, articles, and talking to people. This caused an immediate implosion of the original blog… Read the Rest »

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