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Re: “A Q&A with Babyface

Great interview and a true icon! Well done Timothy!

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Posted by Ballzdp on 07/24/2015 at 2:53 PM

Re: “Concert review: Sam Smith at Amalie Arena, Tampa

Fools Rush In = Can't Help Falling In Love.

Posted by Karen Sweeney on 07/23/2015 at 12:54 PM

Re: “A Q&A with Babyface

Great interview Timothy!

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Posted by Juli King on 07/23/2015 at 9:48 AM

Re: “The Music Issue 2015: Made in Tampa Bay

Creative World Recording was included here:…

Posted by Leilani Polk on 07/21/2015 at 1:29 PM

Re: “Best of the Bay 25, Stage Two: Nominate contenders in music

Monotone Shawty is pretty rare and an unusual artist.

Posted by Jones Monotone on 07/20/2015 at 5:27 PM

Re: “Music Issue 2015: Will there be more Morrisound?

Good read, Ray!

Posted by Sean Kelly 1 on 07/19/2015 at 1:17 PM

Re: “Music Issue 2015: Yoko Phono

Bringing real rock music to at.pete. I love it.

Posted by Tristanj on 07/17/2015 at 9:40 PM

Re: “The Music Issue 2015: Made in Tampa Bay

George Harris at Creative World Recording has been a local engimeer for over 25 years, his studio has state of the art recording capabilities and he records and engineers local and national artists, he definitely shpuld have been included in this story

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Posted by Bridge Burke on 07/17/2015 at 6:09 PM

Re: “The Hip Hop ABCs: The Winner of Letter R, vote on Letter S

There was no souls of mischief

Posted by Jimbo Shrump on 07/17/2015 at 5:48 PM

Re: “Music Issue 2015: GNC Sessions at WMNF live studios

Hey dudes, what about Live Music Showcase? We use that studio every Friday afternoon, to live broadcast of the band/show and record the video of the show, which is broadcast on TBAE, every Friday and Saturday nights. We have almost 100 shows/bands recorded. I think we deserve a mention.

Posted by Richard Stone on 07/17/2015 at 5:19 PM

Re: “The Music Issue 2015: Made in Tampa Bay

The vast majority of even independent and DIY bands and solo performers that make it out of Florida … have cut with a pro studio of some sort in some way. Very rare for true 100% DIY in reality to actually succeed, unless someone in your band, or a buddy musician regularly mixes and masters national releases.

But DIY your own demos? Probably a good idea!

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Posted by Jean Gogh on 07/17/2015 at 4:04 AM

Re: “The Music Issue 2015: Made in Tampa Bay

Today you really don't have to spend tons of money to cut a song. Pro tools is out there now and everybody and there brother seem to have it available. More and more programs are available to use from your computer. Don't spend 800. With what is supposed to be a real studio then 200 extra to correct the things you didn't want in the first place. 1000 dollars for one 3 min song? That's what I paid, and the guy, not very professional either. Sound like a rip off? I think so, so does everyone I talk to. Do it yourself, there are always other musicians that can guide you.

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Posted by Chrissy Brunt on 07/16/2015 at 3:57 PM

Re: “Iggy Azalea’s minstrel show is imploding

I will freely give credit to the author for being very intelligent and well spoken - there is NO denying that. However it's a perfect example of how racism can cloud and misguide even very intelligent people.
Is a white girl performing rap music really that threatening to you? How can you say that rap music (or any form of music/art/etc) belongs solely to black people? That is so openly racist that it does not have to be pointed out but after reading your entire article I believe that the author would openly and proudly admit to that line of thought so I will say that music is a form of self expression, entertainment and it can be made to carry a political/social message. However when someone such as the author says it's wrong for a white girl to perform her style of music and it will set racial policies back to the days of "Black Face" - well that may be the stupidest thing I have read on the web today. Maybe we should ask out 2 term black president (Since the number of white people in America is MMMUUCCCHHH higher than the number of black Americans (NO I don't care to Google the numbers) that means that MORE WHITE AMERICANS voted for a black president than black Americans). But now we are faced with a white girl performing rap. OMG!!!!!!!! We are surely doomed!!!!
On a separate note - why would a citizen of another country be held responsible for news in Ferguson? This woman lives across the world from Furguson and its pretty narrow minded of the author to think that because something is going on in America that all Australians have to zoom in and act on it or they are terrible people. So let's test that theory: I would like to see one single incident where the author stood up and protested or got involved in any racist events in Australia. HHHHMMMM Probably a pretty short list.
Look this semi cute chick is a flash in the pan. She has little talent and her 15 min are almost over but for black people to attack her because she raps and did NOT get involved in Ferguson is flat out racist in itself. It shows that racists come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Honestly - to criticize an Australian for not getting involved in one incident in American politics is just pure race hunting. So it's obvious Azaelia Banks has to play the race card to get any attention.......hopefully she can find another semi-cute white girl with not much talent to put on blast so she can get her name circulating. Your right - she seems so much more "interesting".
All in all - this article was so racially warped and determined to create a problem out of a non-story that it had me hooked. Anger is truly a powerful emotion. It can make people seek out and create something out of nothing.

Posted by Brad Sharpe on 07/16/2015 at 9:32 AM

Re: “Tonight in live music: Imagine Dragons, BJ Barham, Tropical Heatwave Deja Vu & more

Amazing acoustic rendition of Halsey's "Ghost":

Posted by Alisha Anderson on 07/11/2015 at 3:01 PM

Re: “At NoiseMakers, kids find joy in learning how to play music

Awesome, Leilani.

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Posted by Joe Bardi on 07/09/2015 at 3:22 PM

Re: “Way Back Wednesday: The Neptunes

Sooo good! Who knew they had something to do w/ those jams?!
Beanie Man/Mya... The memories...
Great post! Perhaps my fave so far!

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Posted by Desiree Castro on 07/08/2015 at 7:00 PM

Re: “Weekend Tune-Up: Tunes for your weekend by Miguel, Beach House, The Game & more

Great playlist! Love the variety

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Posted by ang324 on 07/03/2015 at 7:37 PM

Re: “A beloved area drummer is remembered at “The” Jeff Wood 50th Birthday Celebration

Jeff and I worked together for a while. In that time, we struck up an easy friendship. Jeff was always there to help out when we were short handed and even became a Visual person for a while helping us put up all of the store's Christmas decorations. We couldn't have done it without him. He also became a huge supporter of my husband's stand-up comedy career and never missed a show. I have fond memories of double dating with Jeff & Vicki at Arigato and always looked forward to seeing him as he was such a fun person and positive light. No matter where we went, or who he hung out with, he made that time and place so much better. I miss him dearly and think about him all of the time.i won't be able to make it to his 50th Birthday celebration tonight but will watch The Jeff Wood Tribute DVD in his honor. We all miss you so much!

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Posted by one2styleu on 07/03/2015 at 4:26 PM

Re: “Weekend Tune-Up: Tunes for your weekend by Miguel, Beach House, The Game & more

Ready for the 4th of July weekend, Tim! Good stuff as usual.

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Posted by RGeezy on 07/03/2015 at 1:03 PM

Re: “A beloved area drummer is remembered at “The” Jeff Wood 50th Birthday Celebration

I was lucky enough to get a chance to play with him while in high school. You could see even then that he had an amazing talent, and his kindness and positivity was infectious.

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Posted by Mike Woss on 07/03/2015 at 12:31 PM

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