It’s just the right balance of tension and adventure combined with the non-threatening and nostalgic sounds you might find in your grandparents’ living room.
Hear Auditorium’s long-lost 2006 album, “Deus ex Machina” (complete with liner notes, lyrics and song breakdown).
Listening to these songs this morning took me back to the red couch. Back to a time when I was optimistic — not only for Geri but for the machine that produces and distributes the music we love.
My friends made a valiant effort at this game. I wrote the following stories once a day as they repeatedly guessed incorrectly. The lie is last.
With the spark and soul of creativity, organizations can make meaning as a community, mark their territory and innovate like never before.
“Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear.”
A&R guys from major record labels had already described the band as “positive rock,” and “perfect for a post-9/11 world.” The planets had finally gotten in line.
Listen to the interview I did with Net. Work. Master. about music, how to grow community, and how to achieve your vision.
“We must kill our babies, sometimes in violent and fantastical ways. We must embody the shadow, putting on the hockey mask and becoming the villain until we have laid waste to what doesn’t serve us, our family, or our community.”
“There are no words to express how simultaneously star struck and disappointed by his attitude I was. But, Gene Simmons got bumped so I could sleep in, and that’s kind of cool.”