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EDEN – Circles

Artist(s): EDEN

Album: I Think You Think Too Much of Me

Year: 2016

Genre(s): Alternative/Indie

Thoughts:

This song is a roller-coaster of emotions, starting calmly, slowly building up in energy, and ends calmly again.

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De-Stress

Quote of the Day: "There's a world of difference between truth and facts. Facts can obscure the truth." - Maya Angelou

Quote of the Day: "There's a world of difference between truth and facts. Facts can obscure the truth." – Maya Angelou

— Char (@LucyLuLuu) December 14, 2017…

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PPC

Ascension, through the music industry

via Photo Challenge: Ascend

I recall when my girlfriend of the time, invited me to come for the wedding celebration of her best friend’s, boyfriend’s sister (…that was a mouthful). 397 mots de plus

Nation's Wig Retailers Devastated After Surprise Release of New Car Seat Headrest Single

Local business-owner Rhonda Lamprey has seen some strange things in her 41 years as the owner of Butterfly Salon & Beauty Supply, a San Bernardino-based purveyor of wigs and hair-care products. 439 mots de plus

Music

Sky Fame Gh Ft A Gee - Wala B3hu (Prod. By alasca)

Sky Fame Gh Ft A Gee – Wala B3hu (prod. By Alasca)

MUSIC

Heineken Opens Johannesburg with Kwesta & Wale

Urban dwellers have been stepping out of their comfort zones and rediscovering their cities with Heineken®, the world’s leading international premium beer. To kick start the #OpenYourCity movement, Heineken® hosted a series of epic city explorations in Jo’burg, Cape Town and Durban where consumers were challenged to take a break from their mundane routines and embrace the unexpected. 336 mots de plus

Music

Review: Liferuiner - Future Revisionists

Originally published by Fortitude Magazine. http://www.fortitudemagazine.co.uk.

Canadian straight-edgers Liferuiner have returned. Their first full release since the Sons Of Straightedge EP, Future Revisionists is being touted as an elevation in direction, something the band are keen to highlight in their ‘Through The Eyes Of…’ series on Youtube; singer Johnny O’Callaghan talks about what sort of band they are, taking hate from people on the internet, constantly re-iterating that he wants people to think about things. 505 mots de plus
Fortitude Magazine