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Grouplove, and my favorite song

I’ve been into Grouplove for a little over a year now (lollapollooza 2011 looked awesome…) and haven’t got tired of them in the slightest. Alot of people have probably heard of them by now, considering their single ‘Tongue Tied’ has reached the top 40 charts. (An ironically tragic event for indie fans). That aside, they have one whole album full of passionate, melodically up-beat songs including my favorite: Colours.  I feel like this video is their most artistic effort as a band. I love it! If you liked this one, check out’ Lovely cup’ from the same album : Never Trust a Happy Song.Grouplove: Colours

Brandi Carlile’s Bear Creek

Brandi Carlile is one of today’s greatest singer/songwriter that the genre has to offer. Her 1997 album The Story is one of my favorites, with her beautiful melodies and impeccable singing voice.  I first saw her at the Basilica Block Party 2007 in Minneapolis, MN. My uncle’s band: The Sweet Colleens shared a trailer with her where I could see her warming her amazing voice up from the blurred sight of a screen wall. We got a wave and a ‘hello’.

Recently she debuted an album called Bear Creek. Exceptional quality. It’s her fourth studio album and she is doing sets at smaller venues like the Fillmore. Last year she did a solo acoustic tour. I just want to give her some credit. Check out her music!

I caught her performance with Blitzen Trapper at the Filmore, November 2nd and it was so cool! It was standing room, general admission so you could get pretty freaking close. That helped when the band and her stepped fourth from the mics and did a number completely unplugged. If you got tickets- which are very hard to get, your in luck! You will experience a very energetic and crisp show.

Brandi Carlile

*Anthony Hedrick, My Grandfather.

Evangelist, Artist, Teacher, Minister… This guy influences almost everyone he is around. I Love him very much, He is actually over seas right now. Serving the people of Slovenia. But check out his Blog to see more about his artwork or his ministry. http://4euroinformation.wordpress.com/2010/12/ or http://flickrhivemind.net/User/Tony%20Hedrick%20Art/Interesting

A water color

This is one of his many charcoal drawings.

This is my kin, Arron Morgan Brown. He does brilliant work!

Aaron is related to me, the picture of him is actually done by my Grandfather*. My family is very artistic… I’ve a few paintings of his, including this one. I have a couple from the Museology series as well as Nero’s Daughter. His dad** and mom** do some great work as well. Look for Gary and Christy Brown.

http://artoutthere.blogspot.com/2010/02/aaron-morgan-brown.html

http://www.google.com/search?q=aaron+morgan+Brown&hl=en&prmd=imvnso&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=JZAuUPjjDdLryAGfn4HwCw&ved=0CEoQsAQ&biw=1024&bih=599

Mojo as an art form.

My tag for the past few years is called Mojo. It’s like a compulsion to have to write and draw this on everything I see. Colors and designs are going throughout my brain every minute of the day. Unfortunately most of my pictures of these are on my phone. but soon, I’ll upload some of my artwork. Just remember if you ever see Mojo, it was me…Image

Mojo…

My tag for the past few years is called Mojo. It’s like a compulsion to have to write and draw this on everything I see. Colors and designs are going throughout my brain every minute of the day. Unfortunately most of my pictures of these are on my phone. but soon, I’ll upload some of my artwork. Just remember if you ever see Mojo, it was me…Image

Mojo……

MBWs work may be questioned but it is cool nonetheless

Ives Street

Mr. BrainwashThe infamous Mr. Brainwash in London. Is a super genius Banksy spin off? Is he a complete fraud? I am guessing it is a little bit in the grey. Thoughts?

It’s hard for me to admit he is a complete copycat, he admits with his own name he very well might just be brainwashed. If I didn’t know any better I would say he represents a banksy-esc comment on street art itself. But what do I know.

 

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Last Dinosaurs are killer

I Quite Like Gigs

They’ve been floating around since 2008 but since storming the Aussie music scene, Last Dinosaurs have hit British shores and are bringing their indie summerpop with them.

They’re comprised of 2 brothers & 2 friends from Brisbane, Queensland and soon rose to critical acclaim from the likes of Triple J and whothehell.net following the release of 2009 EP Back From The Dead and appearances at various festivals & support slots worldwide.

Since then, they’ve released debut album In A Million Years in March this year through their signing to Dew Process that, along with the singles, thundered into the Top 10 peaking at #2 digitally. Now they’re set to release the album over here & in the rest of Europe following a 10 date UK tour next month and juding by their success overseas, this lot are definetely ones to look out for.

Tickets/More info. here.

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