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Both awesome and I love the remix by Tigertown awesome group.

So I The Divide has released their debut EP Can You Hear Me

So were hacked a while back and I have finally fixed it and removed the problem. So hopefully no more issues. This site is a entertainment site. We interview musicians, actors,models,directors, producers and more. We are a small site, which is run by me Chris.  So it boggles me why.

So with that in mind. The site will keep going full steam ahead. Have a review to do and I am gonna post up something on the site about something if you have a few dollars to spare and feel like donate to something worthy I think it’s worth doing.

 

 

 

My gorgeous friend Gemma Kaye send me this link which is a quiz about struggling with food addiction. As some one who has struggled with food addiction and has turned his life around with lifestyle changes. Like no late night eating, walking everyday and mainly drinking water and watching what I eat. Plus no soft drinks. This helped me loose a lot of weight and I am happy with how I weigh now. So I understand completely with this quiz.

Once you complete it, their is free video series to watch “The Psychology and Neuroscience of Sustainable Weight Loss” by a Ph.D Psych Professor in the US.

Please do it it will be worth it.

Quiz Opt-In – Jan 2017 – APT

Have a look see and click the best of list up the top..

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Chris

15 years ago I started up this very website and I have made a video celebrating it. Me saying a few words but mainly favorite people of mine who I have given love to here on the site to say a few words. Here it is and enjoy

Thanks to Michelle Ellen Jones, Passerine, Yeo, Karen Waldrupt, Hilary Kennedy, Moreton, Allison Kugel, HPKNS, Emma Hamilton, Heather Longstaffe, Callie Q, Rya Meyers, Francesca De Valence, Miss Elm, Anne Bergstedt, Jen Nikolaisen, Katy James, Amy Schafnitz, Demi Louise, Hen, Kaitlin Thomas, Steph Hannah, Katey Laurel, Kelsey Lewis, Shannon Hurley, Katie Cole, Scott Thurling of Popboomerang Records, Earl, Mike Altamura Michael Meeking, Lexi Strate for contributing to the video.

Songs Used

Dangerous
by The Vaudeville Smash

Dynamite
by Alexa Borden

Eat The Crumbs
by Steph Hannah

Keeper Of The Key
by Georgia Mae

Never Been In Love
by Shannon Hurley

Time With You
by Georgia Mae

All songs used with permission

I’ve been supporting and following Earl career for a very long time and this is her new tune which is excellent. Beautifully written, sung and performed. Its a nice honest laid back moving tune. I can’t wait for more. Get it from Google Play and usual places. Nice work Earl

 

| MOTIONER |
SYDNEY BASED INDIE ELECTRO OUTFIT RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘FUNERAL’ + ANNOUNCE DEBUT ALBUM TOUR DATES

Electronic Indie artist MOTIONER has just unveiled his latest single ‘Funeral’, which is taken from his debut album ‘Black Wave’ (set for release Friday 8th July 2016.)

MOTIONER will be embarking on a run of East Coast tour dates to celebrate the release of his debut album.

MOTIONER creates beautifully intricate soundscapes that hook you in and take you on an aural journey.

Hailing from Sydney, MOTIONER has spent the last couple of years honing his craft in local venues. He debuted with single ‘Desire Dies’, which received positive reviews from media and fans alike, whilst scoring airplay on over 100 radio stations throughout Australia.

MOTIONER has since released single ‘Future Drunk’, which received positive reviews from AMNplify, Tone Deaf, Love Em and many other online outlets. Sydney producer Klue later remixed the single.

New single ‘Funeral’ is available for download on iTunes.
“Listen to the song. You’ll love it.”
Love Em Reviews

MOTIONER
‘BLACK WAVE’ | TOUR DATES

Saturday July 23rd – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, NSW
Tickets available at door | 18+ only

Thursday July 28th – New Globe Theatre, Brisbane, QLD
Tickets available at door | 18+ only

Saturday August 6th – The Penny Black, Melbourne, VIC
Tickets available at door | 18+ only’

New Music For You To Get Around

All these acts come from Australia

Georgia Fields is back with a new tune with singer songwriter Phia. It’s a cool track and nice to see Georgia is still making music it’s been a while.

Cool track by Sunday which I am sure all the taste makers will go nuts over.

Electro Pop is where it’s at and Dot does deliver with this cool song

Cool rock tune to get you head around

Danielle Deckard

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Photo Copyright Sarah Stedeford 2015

Danielle Deckard is an American singer songwriter living in Australia. She plays Indie Pop music and I was intrigue to find out more and this is what she had to say.

http://www.danielledeckard.com

1. What was the inspiration behind the ep?
I wrote the EP right after I had moved to Australia, which was the literally the other end of the world for me. At the same time, it was this huge transition period in my life. I was fresh out of college, in a new place, and questioning what I was doing with my life. I was really feeling the weight of every decision I had to make, and experiencing a new type of anxiety. The EP really explores different ideas of what the figurative end of the world would be for me. It’s about fear and uncertainty.

2. What was the songwriting process for the ep like?
For about a year leading up to recording the EP I has a great routine where I would write for 1 hour every morning during the week. I wrote so many songs, most of which didn’t end up as contenders. The ones that did end up on the EP felt like they belonged, and they were songs that forced me to push myself a bit.

3. Did you have the recording process for the ep prepared before going into the studio or was it a case of see what happens in the studio?
I like to be prepared and it saves a ton of money. A lot of people in the music industry have this tendency to spend absurd amounts of money on a recording. Labels send artists into recording studios just to write or overseas to record an entire album which is completely insane! To me, it seems really wasteful. Most of my EP was recorded in my apartment. We only went into the studio in Sydney for a few days to track drums, bass and piano together.

4. Was the recording process different to releases you have done in the past?
Massively. We really wanted to do something different with this EP. As an acoustic guitar/piano playing singer/songwriter it’s easy to fall into a boring rhythm section recording. So we tried approaching everything differently, bringing in a mixture of electronic and acoustic elements. We bought Ableton and used that in the early stages of production. And if something didn’t turn out the way we liked it, we would start all over again with a different arrangement. The most interesting thing is that we used remote session players on the record. Our guitar player recorded his parts from LA, and horns and strings were recorded by groups in the UK.

5. Are you happy how the ep has been received so far?
Completely, I’ve had some really genuine love from people for the EP which feels amazing. It’s the first thing I released where I started getting people I’ve never met sending me messages and telling me about how a particular song really resonated with them.

6.What what was the inspiration behind the video clip?
It’s a live performance style clip. The song is a really emotional ballad, and I just wanted the clip to really reflect that so there aren’t too many frills. It was filmed Hibernian House, which is this gorgeous old converted warehouse.

7. What do you hope the ep will do for you?
It’s really the start of something, a stepping stone to get my career going. I have other projects in the works, bigger and smaller, and the awareness created from this EP will hopefully bring even more awareness to the next project.

8. Are you happy how things have gone so far for you?
I tend to get a little bit ahead of myself and caught up in the next project or the next goal to really appreciate everything that’s happened so far. But yeah, I am.

9. What does the rest of 2016 have in store for you?
The video for I Lied is the first of 3 that I’m releasing, which are all coming out 1 month apart. In June a deluxe version of the End Of The World EP will be coming out with acoustic versions of the songs, as well as a bonus track. Then in July I’ll be going on tour and playing Sydney, Wollongong, Canberra and Melbourne. And then in October I have a brand new single coming out that I am crazy excited for!

10. Why move to Australia from the usa?
My partner is from Adelaide and he was in my band when I was studying at Berklee in Boston. While I was there, I was flip-flopping between the big 3 music cities: New York, LA, and Nashville. None of them were really speaking to me. And really, you can live anywhere and make music, especially now. I had never been to Australia, so it was kind of this impulsive quick decision to move over here!

On another note, I get this question a lot. And the tone of voice usually implies “What the hell is wrong with you!? You could live in New York! Why would you want to live here!?” It’s so strange, because Sydney’s a pretty great city. Everyone back home always talks about me living in Sydney as if it’s this paradise they might never get to see. Grass is always greener, I guess.

The Parx-e Show interviews Swedish musician Robert Parker who performs Synthesizer Electronic music of the 80’s retro variety. I discovered his music on YouTube and was totally hooked. He performed in Melbourne at Square Sounds Festival and he kindly chatted with me about it all.