Your special rewards for crowdfunding Kris Angelis’ new EP

Your special rewards for crowdfunding Kris Angelis' new EP
You better hurry up! Get your special bundle and help Kris Angelis make her new EP “Pieces that were stolen.” Because there are only three days left, and you won’t get one of these packages afterward.

Whatever amount you donate, you will receive a digital copy of Kris’ EP before it is released. In addition, Kris has prepared ten packages in her crowdfunding, starting from $15 up to $2,500.

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Writing music to get through the day

by Gian Jesus

Writing music to get through the day

Have you ever felt out of place? Have you ever felt out of space or just as another person walking the streets wearing a mask? Well probably you did it, and if is the case you did perhaps look for a way to fit in, to enjoy naturally the constant passage of time. We are all adaptable beings looking for goodness, in search of a method of living free of suffering and anxiety.

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The Collaboration Effect

by Evan Schafer

The Collaboration Effect
For a one-man band like myself, it could easily be perceived that collaboration is not of interest to me. When you produce and record your own material, the singularity of that can become very comfortable and sometimes it’s easy to forget that working with collaborators can give you new perspectives and angles on your own music. While I’ve only worked with a handful over the years, each has made their fitsindelible mark on my music, and for this I am forever grateful. Here I will give a short overview of each of my four primary collaborators and their contributions.

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How I Started Writing Music

by Evan Schafer

How I Started Writing Music
When somebody says, “I’m a songwriter” or “I compose music,” what most ordinary people think is that they are Mozart-incarnate and all of a sudden want to be their best friend. Either that or they become insanely jealous of them, and they never hear from those folks again. In my case, neither of these occurrences have actually happened but has nevertheless been a stressful journey. Here I will tell you, from my humblest beginnings, how I grew to be the songwriter I am today and the process I have undergone to get there.

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Fuvk finds her Lyrics Therapeutic

Fuvk finds her Lyrics Therapeutic

This week’s featured artist fuvk definitely finds her music to be therapeutic. She started writing lyrics as a coping mechanism for depression and anxiety, and she hopes that people can find a sense of relatability through her words. Even if people can’t share her experiences, they probably can understand her sentiments in the music and lyrics and find solace in that kind of solidarity.

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