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Outtakes 10/20/11

Outtakes 10/20/11

OUT OF TOUCH LEADERS In January 2009 he predicted the Tea Party, “Arab Spring” and even the Occupy movement.  Gerald Celente, CEO and founder of the Trends Research Institute, saw it all when I [...]

Must Be Love

Must Be Love

by Jennie McKeon Most bands are founded by family members or life-long friends. In the case of Grouplove, it was instant chemistry between a couple in love and a couple of strangers at an art [...]

Revolution Evolution

Revolution Evolution

OCCUPY MOVEMENT COMES TO PENSACOLA By Jeremy Morrison Enjoying a lazy Saturday at Plaza de Luna, the fishermen appeared oblivious to the revolution happening mere feet away. It was easy to [...]

MuteMath: Interview with Drummer Darren King

MuteMath: Interview with Drummer Darren King

By Josh Encinias In August we tried to secure an interview with MuteMath. Very elusive, and extraordinarily busy, the band could not talk to us. We published an “about MuteMath” story in our [...]

It is Not So Scary in Ghostland

It is Not So Scary in Ghostland

by Kate Peterson Ghostland Observatory, or GLO, is an Austin-based band consisting of Aaron Behrens on vocals and some occasional guitar playing, and Thomas Turner on backup vocals, drums and [...]

Stars are Bright and Burning

Stars are Bright and Burning

by Hana Frenette There must be a factory in Canada that just keeps turning out these bands, because they just keep on coming and sticking around to shine. Toronto-based Stars has been together [...]

Local Guitar Luthiers at DeLuna

Local Guitar Luthiers at DeLuna

by Sarah McCartan “It’s like cocaine. Have you ever seen an advertisement for it? No. It always sells; everyone knows where to get it. If you have a good enough product people will come.” To [...]

Telling the Truth About Us

Telling the Truth About Us

by Rick Outzen Playing Mark Twain began as means of putting food on the table and led to Hal Holbrook being part of the Civil Rights Movement. Holbrook has done his one-man show on Twain since [...]

A Reason to Get Down

A Reason to Get Down

by  Jennie McKeon At the University of West Florida, sexual violence is not just discussed one week out of the year. Thanks to the Student Government Association, The Get Down Series will present [...]

DeLuna Fest ’11

DeLuna Fest ’11

There’s so much to look forward to this weekend at DeLuna Fest that we honestly had a hard time putting this issue together. Well, maybe not putting it together, but narrowing down our  interview [...]

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