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Thoughts From The Floor: A Journey Through Eating Disorder Recovery

I use to bow down to the obedience I gave to my disease. I felt out of control the first time I purged. Trying to go a day without purging felt like the end of the world, every second filled with temptation and I was ready to give in. There is something so estranged when you consciously decide to rebel against your body, willingly and without caution. Everything else seems to disappear, and you are left in a realm of disassociation to your self-state.

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Tropicália Music & Taco Festival 2018 To Take Place at Queen Mary

Goldenvoice is pleased to announce the 2018 Tropicália Music & Taco Festival at the Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach, California on Saturday, November 3 and Sunday, November 4. The event will feature performances by Morrissey, Cardi B, Mac Demarco, Kali Uchis, Chicano Batman, Mazzy Star, Los Angeles Ázules, Toro Y Moi, Cuco, Devendra Banhart, Natalia Lafourcade, BadBadNotGood, Broncho, La Sonora Dinamita, Boy Pablo & many more. 

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Childish Gambino Unveils 2018 North American Tour With Special Guest Rae Sremmurd

GRAMMY, Golden Globe and Emmy-Award winning and multi-talented recording artist, actor, and producer Donald Glover a.k.a. Childish Gambino announced dates for his upcoming North American tour with special guest Rae Sremmurd. Produced by Live Nation in partnership with Wolf + Rothstein, the month-long outing will visit 13 cities across North America, kicking off in Atlanta on September 6 and wrapping in Vancouver on September 30.

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Switchfoot BRO-AM Beach Festival

With a knack for good music and a desire to give back, local San Diego rock musicians, Switchfoot, will once again hit the waves and stage on June 30, 2018 for the14th Annual BRO-AM Beach Fest. Drawing crowds of over 17,000 people and counting, the event will be held at Moonlight State Beach and feature attractions such as surfing contests and a plethora of different vendors lining the sand. Main draws will also include a top-notch set of live performances by Colony House, Sure Sure, and the winning band from the 91X Battle for the BRO-AM. Switchfoot themselves will even close out the afternoon with a scheduled set beginning at 3:35pm.

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KAABOO DEL MAR announces Daily Artist lineup and Single Day Pass

KAABOO Del Mar is pleased to announce the daily lineup of musicians and comedians for its fourth annual paramount event. Featuring equal parts world-class music, household names in comedy, contemporary art, gourmet cuisine and craft libations, and personal indulgences, the highly-amenitized festival is conveniently located at the Del Mar Racetrack and Fairgrounds in Southern California and will take place September 14-16, 2018

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Float On with Modest Mouse, Tame Impala, Glass Animals and more… Float Fest 2018

The fifth annual Float Fest is on the calendar for July 21-22, in historic San Marcos, Texas. Float Fest is a unique festival experience: attendees have the chance to go tubing down the San Marcos river to get to the main festival grounds. It’s a great way to cool off before heading to Cool River Ranch to see top-billed artists such as Tame Impala, Snoop Dogg, Glass Animals, and Modest Mouse.

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How Artist Lisa Toboz Evokes Emotion And Understanding Of Chronic Illness Through Analog Photography By Exploring Her Own Journey Of Illness And Healing

Lisa Toboz is a self-taught photographer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her analog work can be found in various online and print publications, most recently in Shots Magazine, and in She Shoots Film: Self Portraits. She has exhibited internationally, and is a member of the 12.12 Project, an instant-film artists’ collective.

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Get Up, Stand Up, & Rise Up! Reggae Rise Up Florida 2018 unified people together for a full weekend of love, music, and art.

Four years firing up and Florida’s premier, annual reggae festival returns bigger than ever at St. Petersburg’s Vinoy Park this past St. Patrick’s Day weekend sporting a different strain of green. Welcoming back major national reggae acts like headliners Rebelution, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, & SOJA, who are well familiar with the great sunset vibes of the Tampa Bay Area’s reggae scene, as well as crowd favorites Tribal Seeds, The Expendables, Collie Buddz, J. Boog, Ozomatli, and NAHKO & Medicine for the People

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The Dropkick Murphys bring an early St Patrick’s Day to our Nation’s Capital

On Saturday March 10 the Dropkick Murphys brought their raucous variety of Celtic punk rock to Washington D.C’s newest concert venue The Anthem, playing before a capacity crowd of 6,000 rowdy fans. Also, on tonight’s ticket the New York based Hardcore Specialist Agnostic Front and the Boston Based Ska outfit Bim Skala Bim.

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Let Your Eyes Be Enchanted & Your Mind Be Transformed By Vast Range Of Abstract Works Of Eli Marc Mueller

Eli Marc Mueller is a seamlessly exquisite visual and conceptual artist when it comes to creating his various abstract and surrealist forms through painting, illustration, installation, and mixed media. His range is vast; working with a wide range of media, photography, illustration, graphic design, video, and painting. The same themes and subjects matter appear consistently throughout this work, whether or not he is collaging images, using ink on paper, acrylic on canvas, video, or installation just to name a few.

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Snarky Puppy and more brought back the funk at GroundUp Music Festival’s 2nd year in Miami

Snarky Puppy brought back the funk at GroundUp Music Festival’s second year in Miami, featuring international jazz and eclectic artists, delicious food options, and craft beer to compliment the cool tropical weather that only Miami Beach in February can offer.

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The Sad Song Co.'s Worth Album Review

When an artist chooses to write and perform under the moniker “The Sad Song Co.”, certain assumptions about the type of music the artist creates would be perfectly justified and, in this case, fairly accurate. The three albums that have been released since producer and multi-instrumentalist Nigel Powell’s solo project debuted fifteen years ago – miseryguts (2003), Poignant Device (2007), and in amber (2016) – have been explorations of the forlorn and wistful. But Powell sets aside despair for tentative hopefulness with The Sad Song Co.’s new release, Worth, due out February 9th. 

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Female Musical Empowerment with Cherry Glazerr, Vagabon, and Shannon Lay at The Fonda

With New Year’s Eve on the horizon, it’s easy for great shows to slip through your fingers. If you were lucky, you made it to Hollywood for Cherry Glazerr at The Fonda. Anyone who found themselves at this Goldenvoice event was treated to an evening of *great* artists with female leads illuminating the stage. What better way to end a year full of Weinsteins than with some strong women rising in music!

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The Glamorous Florida Tour of Christina Schneider's Genius Grant and of Montreal

During December, of Montreal performed in various cities during their Florida tour such as Gainesville, Tampa, Orlando, and West Palm Beach. The band also performed the anticipated music festival Day for Night in Houston, Texas which was headlined by Nine Inch Nails and Thom Yorke. For the tenth anniversary of "Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer?" a deluxe vinyl was released to commemorate the album. 

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Get Shamrocked Irish Festival 2017 features Punk Rockers, Bag Pipers, and Celtic Dancers

Billed as the "Celtic Coachella", the Get Shamrocked Irish Festival 2017 wowed us again!  Going on their 5th year, with a 15 band line up over a 2 day festival, this event in September was one not to be missed. Located in Murrieta Ca at the Town Square Park, bands including headliners Gaelic StormFlatfoot 56The RumjacksEnter The HaggisThe Fighting Jamesons plus Mickey Rickshaw1916Hoist the ColorsQuel BordelBrick Top BlaggersCraic HausONOFFThe McKintree BoysKey of Whiskey & Kilmainham Boys preformed.

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Gary Numan's Savage Tour Comes to Pennsylvania

The night saw him highlight tracks that spanned all four decades of his career, but as each song bled seamlessly into the next with only the briefest pause in between, it felt as if they were meant to be played in that precise order. Combining the pulsing, electronic beats with stark, frenetic lighting, the atmosphere began to feel like a rave, an intoxicating, irresistible opportunity to become completely absorbed by the music, a feeling from which the band wasn't exempt.

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Noel Gallagher finds his soul in The Moon

Working with renowned producer and DJ David Holmes, Gallagher’s newest release wanders through a dream-like landscape of exhilarating high peaks and more austere, melancholy turns. The opening track, a funky instrumental called “Fort Knox,” sounds the literal and metaphoric alarm for this new page in Gallagher’s book, before launching into one of his best songs in years, the celebratory dance number (featuring a full brass section) “Holy Mountain.”

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