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#songoftheday = THE MAINE: “BAD BEHAVIOR”


On April 7th The Maine will release their album Lovely Little Lonely. This time they're going the independent route and who can really blame them? It's not like they need a record label to support them when this super catchy song has already racked up half...
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MY DEBUT NOVEL, RECKONING DAZE, IS OUT NOW!

Late last week I self-published my debut novel, Reckoning Daze, under my pen name Michael Beaulieu.  It’s only available as an e-book right now, but I hope to make it available as a lovely paperback soon.  In the meantime, you can grab the e-book for free from several different sources.  The easiest thing...
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#songoftheday = THE RANGE: “FLORIDA”


Last October I had the pleasure of interviewing James Hinton, who goes by the name The Range. He's just released a 360 degree, virtual reality video for "Florida," my favorite song from his latest album Potential. The vocals for "Florida" were done by a young woman...
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#songoftheday = MAXIMO PARK: “RISK TO EXIST”


"I cannot breathe," sings Maximo Park's frontman Paul Smith on their just released new single "Risk to Exist," but the song is actually a breath of fresh air. I haven't been doing many song of the day posts lately, less they take the focus off of our...
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An Exclusive Interview with Author Madeline Freeman

interview by Michael McCarthy A few months ago I discovered this wonderful thing called Bookbub. Basically, you sign up and tell them what retailers you purchase E-books from and which genres you enjoy and then every day – even on weekends – they E-mail you a list of books that are on sale....
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An Exclusive Interview with Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation

interview by Michael McCarthy Rob Garza is one half of the duo known as Thievery Corporation, which he created with Eric Hilton during the summer of 1995 in Washington D.C. at the Eighteen Street Lounge. Their sound is big on dub, dancehall, house and other types of music, but they are considered pioneers...
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