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The Balkans from Atlanta, Georgia play live in the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the WRAS indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. The Balkans is Stanley Vergilis (drums), Brett Miller (guitar), Woody Shortridge (bass/guitar) and Frankie Broyles (guitar/vocals). For more info on the band: http://www.myspace.com/thebalkans Zebra Print / Oh Dear 7" Out Now on Double Phantom Records http://www.myspace.com/doublephantomrecords
18 Feb 2010
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The Brunettes, from Auckland, New Zealand, play live in the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. The Brunettes are an indie pop group featuring the core duo of multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and producer Jonathan Bree and multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Heather Mansfield. Buy their new EP "Red Rollerskates" on Lil Chief Records. For more info goto: http://www.myspace.com/thebrunettes
19 Feb 2010
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Moonlight Bride from Chattanooga, Tennessee play live in the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the WRAS indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. Moonlight Bride is Justin Wilcox (Vocals Guitar), Tyke Calfee (Bass), Matt Livingston (Drums), and Justin Grasham (Guitar). For more info on the band: http://www.myspace.com/moonlightbride Their first LP, Myths is Out Now!
1 Mar 2010
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Carnivores from Atlanta, Georgia play live in the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the WRAS indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. Carnivores is Nathaniel Higgins (Guitar Vocals), Philip Frobos (Bass Vocals), Ross Politi (Drums), Caitlin Lang (Keyboards) For more info on the band: http://www.myspace.com/carnivoresatl All Night Dead USA, 12" LP, Out Now on Double Phantom Records http://www.myspace.com/doublephantomrecords or Itunes http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/all-night-dead-u-s-a/id322353259
8 Mar 2010
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The Postmarks, from Pompano Beach, Florida, play live in the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. The Postmarks, featuring multi-instrumentalists Christopher Moll and Jonathan Wilkins and chanteuse Tim Yehezkely, play an elaborate and cinematic brand of indie pop that draws inspiration from '60s film music. Check out their new record, "Memoirs at the End of the World" on Andy Chase's Unfiltered Records, http://www.unfilteredrecords.com
15 Mar 2010
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Jeffrey Bützer from Atlanta, Georgia stopped by the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the WRAS indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. This song is from Jeffrey's album "The Garden of Scissors" on Lona Records, available on iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-garden-of-scissors/id320890877 For more info: http://www.myspace.com/butzermusic
6 Apr 2010
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PLEASE CLICK http://MrsMadisons.com/FreeGifts TO CLAIM THE FREE GIFTS THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOREVER. All That You Need To Do Is Cast Your Vote for Mrs. Madison's Magic Garden in the Next Top Spiritual Author contest by Hampton Roads Publishing!!! Mrs. Madison's Magic Garden follows the adventures of four neighborhood children as they discover the many treasures and exquisite beauty of this unusual garden. From these adventures and their interaction with different characters in the garden, the children also learn important spiritual lessons. This book is designed to be read by a child and an adult together, so that the lessons can be understood, practiced and supported in everyday life. This children's book will appeal to fans of J. K. Rowling, C.S. Lewis or Lewis Carroll as Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia and Alice In Wonderland all deal with the power of the heart and imagination to achieve great things and with transcending the reality enforced by so many of those who typically have limited vision. It will also resonate with anyone familiar with the works of Louise Hay, Doreen Virtue, Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle and Neale Donald Walsch as it is a book about spiritual healing and spiritual awakening whose lessons apply to both children and adults equally. Readers will also enjoy this fairy tale like story if they are interested in the areas of law of attraction, Napoleon Hill, The Secret, positive thinking, indigo children, crystal children, rainbow children, angel therapy, energy healing, wicca, healing, angels, fairies, lightworkers, herbal remedies, 2012 and/or The Matrix. Sincerely, Cecily MacArthur
21 Apr 2010
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Please go to: http://MrsMadisons.com to learn more about Mrs. Madison's Magic Garden and it's entry in the Next Top Spiritual Author contest from Hampton Roads Publishing. Mrs. Madison's Magic Garden follows the adventures of four neighborhood children as they discover the many treasures and exquisite beauty of this unusual garden. From these adventures and their interaction with different characters in the garden, the children also learn important spiritual lessons. This book is designed to be read by a child and an adult together, so that the lessons can be understood, practiced and supported in everyday life. This children's book will appeal to fans of J. K. Rowling, C.S. Lewis or Lewis Carroll as Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia and Alice In Wonderland all deal with the power of the heart and imagination to achieve great things and with transcending the reality enforced by so many of those who typically have limited vision. It will also resonate with anyone familiar with the works of Louise Hay, Doreen Virtue, Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle and Neale Donald Walsch as it is a book about spiritual healing and spiritual awakening whose lessons apply to both children and adults equally. Readers will also enjoy this fairy tale like story if they are interested in the areas of law of attraction, Napoleon Hill, The Secret, positive thinking, indigo children, crystal children, rainbow children, angel therapy, energy healing, wicca, healing, angels, fairies, lightworkers, herbal remedies, 2012 and/or The Matrix. Sincerely, Cecily MacArthur
21 Apr 2010
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http://www.LauraCahill.com - Dr. Suess and J.K.Rowling are just a few of the notable characters you'll find hanging about in this neighborhood. They live in Milton's more than impressive new public library. You might just find them hanging out on the town green at a summer concert or comfortably ensconced in this 1920's classic! Eight rooms four corner bedrooms....we love this centrally located colonial because it has been updated and impeccably cared for by longtime owners. Turnkey condition in sought after Academy locale. Real estate video tours by http://www.NashuaVideoTours.com
22 Apr 2010
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Singer/SongwriterAdam Arcuragi from Philadelphia, PA stopped by the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the WRAS | indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. Adam's performance for this session was supported by Jack Carter (multi-instrumentalist), Matt Luyk (Trumpet), and Brienne Rose (Vocals). Check out "I Am Become Joy", available on High Two Records now. For more information: http://www.myspace.com/adamarcuragi
10 May 2010
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A FIght To The Death from Atlanta, Georgia stopped by the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the WRAS indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. Check out their new record Gesture of a Gentleman, available soon For more info on the band: http://www.afighttothedeath.com/ A FIght To The Death is: CJ Bargamian (guitar, vocals, ukelele) Mark Carbone (percussion) Nathan T Green (piano, accordion, backing vocals) George Wallace (pedal steel) Daniel Winn (bass)
14 May 2010
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Nick Ogawa (Electric Cello | Vocals) and Joseph Drushal (Drums | Electronics) performing as Takenobu, dropped by the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab at Georgia State University for the WRAS | indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. For more information on the performers: http://nickogawa.com/ http://www.helastechne.com/
17 May 2010
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To purchase: http://www.mosaicrecords.com/prodinfo.asp?number=246-MD-CD The mid fifties was a fertile time for jazz; fresh, original ensembles were taking shape all over the country. The Modern Jazz Quartet, the Dave Brubeck Quartet, The Jazz Messengers and the Ahmad Jamal Trio immediately come to mind. Among musicians, each group had its imitators and its creative disciples who took its innovations one step further. But no group in this era was as pervasive in the 1957 incarnation of Jamal’s trio with bassist Israel Crosby and drummer Vernel Fournier. Like the Nat King Cole Trio of the previous decade, its influence penetrated so many different aspects of music. Jamal is first and foremost a pianist with a natural gift for the instrument. His technique, dynamics and control are something to behold, but the mind that manipulates what comes out of the piano is extraordinary. Like only the greatest of improvising artists, Jamal is a master architect, realizing what his mind conceives with seeming ease. He certainly exercised a profound influence on pianists and his trio set a new standard for what the piano trio in jazz would aim for and achieve. His knack for finding obscure but viable material which lent itself to a jazz treatment was equal to that of Sonny Rollins and Jimmy Rowles. But when Ahmad put an overlooked tune into circulation, it often stayed in the jazz repertoire forever thereafter. And with songs like “Poinciana” and “Billy Boy,” it was Jamal’s unique and imaginative re-arrangement of the tune which would become the standard form with which to play the piece. Much like Miles Davis (who incidentally was greatly influenced by him), his influence is felt in music that attempts to replicate his and in great music that sounds nothing like his. But unlike musicians of similar or even lesser impact, the music of the 1957-62 Ahmad Jamal Trio has been mysteriously and distressingly hard to come by, even in the “reissue everything” era of the Compact Disc.
7 Jun 2010
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Il 19 novembre Harry Potter tornerà a far sognare i propri fan con il settimo e penultimo film della saga, tratto dall'omonimo romanzo di J. K. Rowling. Dopo l'omicidio di Silente da parte di Piton, Harry, Hermione e Ron decidono di abbandonare Hogwarts per scovare gli ultimi horcrux, e con loro il malvagio Voldemort.
3 Jul 2010
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Based on the seventh and final book in J.K. Rowling's literary series. The film's release is split into two parts.
28 Jul 2010
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The bigwigs at Warner must have been dreading this day; the end of the Harry Potter franchise, and a guaranteed chunk of change for the studio. Some bright spark has found a way to delay the inevitable, by splitting the final book into two parts. In some ways this is an excellent idea; as Rowling’s source novels have grown ever more biblical in proportion, the film adaptations have suffered. A more leisurely pace may benefit the story, and allow us to remember who the characters are and what they were doing when we last saw them. On the other hand, the last book does consist of chapters, nay reams, in which not a lot really happens; there’s plenty of fat to cut. We can only the extra potential length won’t be squandered on endless scenes of Ron and Hermione bickering. After the death of Professor Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) and his two best friends Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson) decide not to return to Hogwarts School, where they were due to complete their final year. Dumbledore leaves them enough clues to convince Harry that they are meant to be finding the way to kill the evil wizard Voldemort; in Half-Blood Prince, Dumbledore had discovered that Voldemort had discovered how to make horcruxes – a way of splitting the soul into pieces and placing the pieces in objects in order to ensure immortality. Find and destroy the horcruxes. So far, so simple. Except that Voldemort now rules the wizarding world... and Harry, Ron, and Hermione are fugitives. And Dumbledore, infuriating even in death, has left them clues that are more mystifying than helpful. Why, for instance, is a collection of old children’s stories so important? For those who have been dead or on Mars, Harry Potter, the boy wizard, was of course first a literary and then a cinematic phenomenon, though the first two films, directed by Home Alone’s Chris Columbus, were criticised for the pedestrian nature of the adaptation. It was only with the third installment, and the vision of Alfonso Cuaron, that the series came to life. Cuaron also succeeded in coaxing credible performances out of the child leads, who until then had delivered their lines with all the emotion of planks. Since then, the franchise has gone from strength to strength, helped by the increasingly grim nature of the source material. The wizarding world has changed from a cosy place where the most important thing was winning points for your boarding house at school to somewhere much darker, where no-one is safe.Deathly Hallows Part 1 is once again directed by David Yates, who previously took the reins on Order of the Phoenix and the Half-Blood Prince, which may be a bit of a disappointment to those who had hoped Cuaron would return for the final installment. However, Yates did a fine job on Phoenix, the most unwieldy of the novels, though Half-Blood Prince was less satisfactory. If he can find the form that he achieved with Phoenix then we are in safe hands. Also returning, in addition to the three leads, are Helena Bonham Carter, Robbie Coltrane, Tom Felton, Ralph Fiennes, Michael Gambon, Brendan Gleeson, Richard Griffiths, John Hurt, Jason Isaacs, Alan Rickman, Fiona Shaw, Timothy Spall, Imelda Staunton, David Thewlis, Julie Walters and Bonnie Wright. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 will be released in cinemas November 19 2010. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 will be released in cinemas July 15 2011.
29 Sep 2010
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