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Dear Sophia

Dear Sophia

Dear Sophia, may the Moon never forget the first time it held you in its arms and forever honor the journey you made as you passed by its curious eyes before crashing down to earth, made of stardust and borne of the Sun. may the universe possess an awareness for what great treasure it has […]

O’Keefe Music Foundation

O’Keefe Music Foundation

A few days ago I came across the O’Keefe Music Foundation and love their concept of empowering children to express themselves through music. They “provide children with the opportunity to professionally record their music for free. Whether in a grand concert hall, a top notch recording studio or in a cobblestone alleyway.” I mean who […]

Epoch Teaser

Epoch Teaser

Michael Vexin’s new album Epoch comes out on June 3, 2016 and we can’t wait for the release.  To add to the buildup, Vexin’s creative partner Maze-ter (twitter, facebook) has created some pretty awesome teasers to give the music world an idea of what’s to come.  Epoch is a 10-track trance vocal album mixing atmospheric […]

A Man Without A Country

A Man Without A Country

Written when he was 82 years old, A Man Without a Country was Kurt Vonnegut’s final work dealing with a range of topics from humor(as usual), societal views, politics, problems with modern technology, and the importance of art and creation. He takes a stand for the working man and shows, in comedic detail, the art […]

Listen

Listen

listen, I still don’t really have the words for it. it’s a little bit like that one night, the one where solely the memory of it leaves a warm, balmy impression in the dank dampness of your heart. there was no momentous event, no divine intervention. rather, there was simply just a most beautiful lack […]

American Tradition

American Tradition

As popular music today focuses more and more on the entertainment factor rather than compositional, emotional, and technical skill, there is a small rising of true musicians and artists who ply their trade wherever people will listen.  Andrew Hibbard is one of these artists who creates just as he sees the world, bringing back shades […]

Departures

Departures

Departures has captured me like no other travel show has. An original Canadian production created by Andre Dupuis and Scott Wilson, the travel adventure series is beautifully shot with elements of culture, cuisine, celebration, and camaraderie. Following two high school friends, Scott and Justin Lukach, is one cameraman (Andre) and you really get the feel […]

Coming Back To Life

Coming Back To Life

David Gilmour, lead guitarist and vocalist of legends Pink Floyd, will be touring this Spring/Summer 2016 and we are fortunate enough to attend this Monday April 11th, at Madison Square Garden.  Virtuoso of the Fender Stratocaster, this tour could be one of his last seeing that he turned 70 years old in March of this […]

Timbre Gold

Timbre Gold

Every year I look forward to discovering new artists, acquiring cutting edge pieces, and celebrating contemporary art with fellow art lovers. Pulse Art is a great exhibition with the latest and greatest. Pulse’s annual events in Miami and NYC support international galleries, they provide a platform to cultivate growth and expansion through their thoughtfully curated […]

Erik Skoldberg

Erik Skoldberg

While wandering through the D&D Building here in NYC a new artist caught my eye in the A.Rudin Showroom. It was love at first sight, instantly I felt the energy of every brush stroke as it washed over me.   I was intrigued by the artist’s layering of texture, I enjoyed the surprising pops of color […]