Here’s Your Sad, Fat Luck

Ceschi Ramos launches a multiversed rap trilogy masterpiece with Sad, Fat Luck. The full length, “never supposed to happen” album with producer Factor Chandelier draws on lyrics based in confronting, specific citings of previous triumphs and despairs experienced both together, and apart, which is something seemingly woven in the very fibers of their dynamic collaborations… So many incredible artists come together and make something with … Continue reading Here’s Your Sad, Fat Luck

photo by Dale Gebelein‎

Bumpin Uglies Bonus

With the announcement of Weekend at Wolfie’s Music Fest, a full calendar of tour dates with drool worthy companions, live streams of new sounds, and a rapidly growing group of dedicated fans around the country, 2019 promises to be a year like no other for the East Coast ska/punk/reggae Bumpin Uglies band of brothers.  Bumpin Uglies Bonus: The angelic voice heard with Brandon on the revival … Continue reading Bumpin Uglies Bonus

Here’s lookin’ at you, Sammy Brue

The young Brue writes and delivers incredible melodic stories of heartache, self doubt and longing that common sense would argue impossible for a 14 year old. On stage, Sammy reveals exquisitely timed reminders of the seldom, yet beautiful showers of hope that fall to challenge despair of the human condition. Sammy Brue is one of the most impressive musicians I’ve ever discovered. and now, I would like to share this … Continue reading Here’s lookin’ at you, Sammy Brue

Save the Man Bun

Groupon Features Clip In Man Bun For the Man Who Wears Many Hats, but No Bun One of the hottest trends in men’s fashion, the man bun has been popularized by fixed-gear bicyclists and introspective Hollywood actors alike. But although the hairstyle oozes with fashion sense, those who sport it might find themselves outcasts in sports bars, motorcycle gangs, and the annual government-mandated machismo test. This … Continue reading Save the Man Bun

Hyperawareness

Originally posted on Becoming Overhuman:
The mind can go either direction under stress – toward positive or toward negative: On or off. Think of it as a spectrum whose extremes are unconsciousness at the negative end and hyperconsciousness at the positive end. The way the mind will lean under stress is strongly influenced by training. Hyperawareness is not only related to stressful events, even though its biggest quality lies… Continue reading Hyperawareness

America, You’ve Given Your All but You’re Nothing

Originally posted on Rose Water Magazine:
after Allen Ginsberg’s America America is tired and goes home without her shoes that night. Wiping off eyeliner with the back of her small hands, she figures she is getting too old for this shit. America: 1 a.m. and a dollar short. America’s dress keeps slipping down from off her shoulders. America, being catcalled from the cars of her… Continue reading America, You’ve Given Your All but You’re Nothing