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These Pictures were taken by me, while I was traveling to the Black Sea coasts. There was amazing so romantic experience to me and I hope to be touched by these pictures. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets, the clouds are touching the water of the Black Sea. The warming summer breeze, the last sun ray and the new one when the sun going rise, the flavours coming by the salt water just filled it up that experience. All these things are so relaxing.
Photography by Angel Gruev
music by Schiller
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Delinquints - "Fun Police" Music Video
Video Directed,Storyboarded and Edited by James Ronald
Filmed by Steve Rock and Bryan Cacciatore
Song by Miller/Ovans arr. by Delinquints
Delinquints Management: Ewan Exall and Steve Rock
It's been widely commented that the Toronto band DELINQUINTS have an appropriate name based on their sense of style and behaviour. One local pundit even remarked that the band looked like a grade school playground gang - however, under the Warriors-esque fashion lies a clever mix of early 1980s Southern California punk and the anthemic FM hard rock of the same era.
DELINQUINTS unique spin on their influences has allowed them to build a strong and diverse local fanbase, transcending the usual willing self ghettoization of Toronto punk bands. Friends in high places haven't hurt them either, though; in the last 18 months the band has had their music prominently featured on the extremely popular Canadian Showcase TV series KENNY vs. SPENNY, as well as opening for touring acts such as Anti Flag, S.N.F.U., The Casualties, The Business, Strike Anywhere and The Cancer Bats..
The band has just released their second EP, Live Your Life Like It's Stolen (available at all live appearances), a follow up to their debut, "Sin". They hope to see you at the bar before, during and after their next live appearance.