Emeli Sandé a breath of harmony, soul and uplifting rhythm.

Hit the play button, you will be delighted you did.

To help support this project I wanted to share the video on my blog. If you are someone how thinks this is cool, share this with your network.


We all have our own opinions about everything. I like to voice mine. So I’ve created my own soap box. Since I love video, and I love talking and I love having an outlet to let it all out. I created a new webisode or webseries or what every you want to call it. Don’t go to the bath room during the video or you might miss something.



MIA for a Minute

Posted: March 3, 2013 in Announcements
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Hello WP readers and fellow bloggers. If you haven’t notice I have been on a long break. Last year when I started this blog I had a lot of goals, and high hopes. As I am sure I am not the only one.

I had to take some time and figure things out. Such as why I was doing this blog thing. What could I focus on and stuff like that. I did take advantage of my time and educate myself, as well as pimp out my skills.

So now I am going to pay some attention to my blog. But I do have a complaint.  Yeah a COMPLAINT. It’s the spammers, the fake people who leave a comment or two; the companies that leave back links and forward links and all the jazz.

I would like to respond to all that leave a comment. And I would like to connect with my audience. But the truth is I can’t filter out enough crap to do so. So if you are one of my followers and you leave a comment and it does not get posted. It’s because I could not tell who was spamming and who was not.

I know there is a program to rid the spammers, yet I don’t have extra money to spend on a none revenue producing blog. I just don’t got it. So it is easier to DELETE all spam.

Well I hope my followers understand my absence and visit this blog every once in a while. In the meantime, I will post from time to time on things I think might be worth a little more than a share button.

Thanks for stopping by for minute.


Punk Rock has not been a fav or mine, yet I never turn down an opportunity to hear something new.

Band Logo

An email was sent to my inbox requesting I give a listen to a band known as “The Velocity Raptors”. My first thought, another screaming “meme” group, but what the heck lets listen.

I must admit, I was not expecting an uplifting instrumental compilation. The band combined electric sounds that allow the brain waves to dance a pulsey beat. “Rather Nice to Listen To”

After listing to the tracks of the disography title “I, Donna” I wanted a little more. So I clicked over to “The Chuppe Life”. This 6 track digital album was filled with unique instrumentals. Not to fast, Not to slow, and at 7am in the morning did not put my brain in crash mode.


I give this group a thumbs up and recommend you giving them an ear or two.
To listen to the band just click on the links below and have a listen. Be sure to leave a comment on the blog and share your thoughts.

A quick note about the band

”The Velocity Raptors are the instrumental brain child of Manchester’s own, Sean Buckley. The Raptors are valiantly fighting post rock seriousness through sprightly, punk rock inspired 2 minute instrumental pop songs. Forgotten are the damp, laboured structures of the instrumental genre and in their stead are brazen, shamelessly fun guitar licks and melodies for the less discerning music critic.”

Band Camp Link for The Velocity Raptors

He may not be on main stream, though he commands mainstream attention. He is the indie artist known as J’Sun.

Earlier this year he released his first original single on iTunes titled “Impossible”. The single drew some attention from loyal fans in the Youtube world and a few in Tweettown. Though on iTunes it did not break any sound barriers.

On August 13, 2012 the “Impossible” became visible. This was a joint project created by, A Martin Landgreve Film, Produced by MadisonLST, and a bit of Styling by Yusef Williams and J’Sun.

When this track was first release I was hooked. The message of the song was powerful, easy to listen to and commanded radio play.
After watching the video I concur my original thoughts of the song.

Though I was a bit thrown by the scene in the grave yard, as I did not find a connection with this scene.

The video was put togther well and sends a message to the music world that J’Sun has talent and his fans agree. Looking over the comments from his You Tube channel it is clear he has a dedicated following.

Best wishes to you J’Sun,

Leave a comment on your thought of this video.

Foremost Poets has released a new video on Youtube for a track off of the “Planet Asia” album, released earlier this year. The video features footage from the London Riots thereby setting the tone.

Foremost Poets collaborated with Louie Vega to produce this project. To read more click here to visit Foremost Poets website.

Be sure to leave a comment after watching the video and let us know what you think.