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Thrive: Selling Your Work vs. Selling Out

Thrive: Selling Your Work vs. Selling Out

Welcome to Thrive! A weekly advice column for creatives and the generally confused.   This week we’re focusing on selling as a creative. Whatever the medium, the dream is to be able to make a living off of our work without compromising the art. It can be hard to strike this balance and even harder...
Shenandoah Davis' "The Wings" Music Video

Shenandoah Davis’ “The Wings” Music Video

Website || Bandcamp || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter   Despite the ephemeral nature of music, Shenandoah Davis‘ 2017 album Souvenirs feels like a distinguished and intimate  keepsake you want to hold dear. With unabashed lyrics and vulnerable introspection, Davis perfects the art of honing in on subtle yet significant moments and memories that ring a...
The Face Plant that Woke a Bus

The Face Plant that Woke a Bus

  The Face Plant That Woke a Bus   The Number 5 bus brings together students, shoppers, seniors and the blind, normally quietly. But on Sunday afternoon, one face plant got everyone talking. “Oh shit!” the man yelled as he tripped onto the bus stopped at 45th and Guadalupe. A ponytailed man in the back...
Mixtape Monday: Things Are Meaning Less

Mixtape Monday: Things Are Meaning Less

  Triptides – All My Life The Morelings – Before Las Rosas – Christa Blueshift Signal – Halo Banditos – Healin’ Slow New Holland – Ghost Town (demo) Lowtide – Elizabeth Tower Lukdlx – King of the Jungle  
Las Robertas Takeover

Las Robertas Takeover

Facebook || Instagram || Twitter || Bandcamp   Las Robertas‘ roots have always kept the band honest and grounded while still allowing each new musical venture to sound distinct and just as catchy as the last. Comprised of Mercedes Oller (guitarist/vocalist), Sonya Carmona (bassist/vocalist) and Fabrizio Durán (drummer), this San José garage rock & psych...
Crypt Trip Get Back To Their Roots

Crypt Trip Get Back To Their Roots

Crypt Trip Get Back To Their Roots By: Jay Armstrong   Sure I’ve written warmly about them before, sure seeing them on a bill raises the quality standard of an excuse I need to stay under a blanket reading for the night, yet there has always been an underlying intangible which kept me from fully...

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