Anyone who know’s me know’s that my traveling soundtrack is essential for me. I listen to music when going to sleep, whilst getting ready in the morning, at work and during my meandering walks. If I’m in a certain mood I play something to accentuate it or I play certain music to get me out of it. Once again my personal soundtrack is essential to me.
That being said Jazzanova is a soundtrack that fits many moods,places and faces. Through Jazzanova I became hip to the Sonar Kollektiv as a whole and have just amassed an ever growing list of German musicians I never tire of. Jazzanova seems to run the gamut and speak a language that resonates with me through their music and fortunately as well through the voice of Paul Randolph. Simply put when I listen to them I want to be outdoors with good friends drinking copious amounts of wine and when I’m not talking I’m dancing and when I’m doing neither I’m laughing. They make me feel good.
This is a snippet of the creation of the Jazzanova recordings for Funkhaus Sessions and it makes me oh so happy……..
I became aware of VPL some six months ago and I immediately loved them. I love the color selections they so flatteringly color block with, I love the modular almost militaristic look of the of the bra’s and I love that I want my bra to be seen in public because it’s surely a beaut that everyone deserve’s to take a gander at! Lastly I love the name VPL , ladies we can finally proudly respond with “yes, I know my VPL is showing!”. In addition to the lady part pieces there’s a host of accessories you can adorn yourself with and a home section perfecting for gifting because their good even down to the branding!
As The Season Commences
Let me introduce to you one of the nicest people you would have the pleasure of meeting and one of the better photographers you would be lucky to work with, Matthew Reamer. We have many people in common and the commone theme you will hear from them all is, how nice of a guy he is. I’ve personally always thought that’s how he’s able to get some of the shots he’s taken with the widest range of faces and places. His photography never come’s off as invasive or insincere because he simply is not and I think people get that. What can I say he’s the homie!
Wall art. From pop to the obscure and quite a bit in between this is Jen Bekman and 20x200. Lacking sticker shock and pretension you can safely navigate the online aisles perusing the stock and purchasing without the guilt. Hollerrrrrrrrrrrr!