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Garden of Sound is an interview based music show, which comes out of Christchurch, New Zealand. Each guest is asked about composition, production, performance and their musical influences. The interview subjects are drawn from across New Zealand and include emerging and established musicians; producers, teachers, publicists and promoters. The programme is presented and produced by Ian Turner, a Christchurch born musician, writer, producer & co-founder of The Nephalist.
 
Available On Beatport: bit.ly/STR-137 Demo Submissions: Please click in the link for the Submit Demos: www.strlabel.jimdo.com/demos Sound Tool Records Owner & Founder By: @Jhon-Timbala in December 2009. Artists Sound Tool Records: Jhon Timbala Andretto Sergio Casas Jhonny Fernando Juan G Mont Dj Nels Juani Diaz Rodrigo Monti Hawer Sanchez Cristhian Valencia Ricardo Valencia Juan Manuel Padilla Isaac Differding Daniel Lorza Tedge arDGer Rascalillo Ssant DJ Lugo Luis Cobos Anger Sprache Isher ...
 
Join your hosts Tom and Julie as we discuss developing Resilience through Simple Living, Gardening, Homesteading and Building Community. As we leave the city behind, and we are going back to the land to build a Barndominium at our Eagles Ridge Homestead in Western Wisconsin. Let’s learn, do, grow and be a little better everyday!
 
Vital Victuals is a podcast that teaches you the celestial, terrestrial, macro and micro levels of nutritious substances that are necessary for living and maintaining a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Vitality is a cosmic energy that nourishes everything on Earth and in the Universe. Victuals are anything that can be eaten, drunk or consumed by the body. This includes both physical, visible food and invisible, electrical energy that enlivens the food or drink. In this podcast, we will teach ...
 
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Go Live 2021 Go Live Festival hits Christchurch on July 24th, with over 20 amazing acts, playing 5 stages at the Christchurch Town Hall complex. Tickets are just $15.76 with all fees included. That’s way less than a dollar a band and honestly you’d be paying $400 – $500 if you saw all these guys on their own. If there’s still time, buy your tickets…
 
Reuben Stone Multi-instrumentalist and entrepreneur, Reuben Stone started music early, fortunate enough to study under Judith Bell at Chisnallwood Intermediate where other Christchurch musical luminaries such as Joe Sampson have leveled up. A move to Melbourne opened a wide variety of opportunities and success, until COVID decided to kick any furth…
 
Joe Sampson You may know him from T-54 and Salad Boys but now Joe’s going out on his own, as himself, with a band behind him. It’s less complicated than it sounds. For this master of the recorded medium, it’s simply another revolution in finding himself and being at peace with what YOUNG Joe Sampson wanted older Joe Sampson to become. Go Live Festi…
 
Welcome to Episode 66 of the Digital Waffle Podcast. With E3 in the rearview, video games are no over, no more video games, they are banned. Instead we talk about television programming such as Mythic Quest , Gossip Girl and the obligatory Gilmore Girls mention. (Actually, we also talk about Chivalry 2, Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, Battlefiel…
 
Little Fang Led by Jack Wulff, Little Fang consists of 2 x Brits and 2 x Kiwis who’ve come together to produce a rich and dense palette of post-rock, that’s enthralling audiences across Ōtautahi. With their first album out in the wild, Little Fang are on their way to much bigger things but is the rest of NZ ready to feel the bite? Go Live Festival …
 
Marsha Mixing UC studies with post punk practicalities, Marsha have won a slew of battle of the bands comps and top 10 listings on Student Radio stations all over the country. Now with the Go Live Festival coming up, they’ve got a chance to show their stuff to a wider audience and start making Marsha a household name. Go Live Festival Hauraki Stage…
 
Jason Peters Best known in Christchurch circles as the drummer for Pumpkinhead, Jason has been instrumental in reforming the band for the 2021 Go Live Festival. Considered an integral part of the early 90’s Christchurch music scene, Pumpkinhead were captivating and full-on and memerising and really going places … until they weren’t. In this intervi…
 
Byllie-Jean Zeta She’s been performing in and around Ōtautahi for years – including a decade with The Byllie-Jean Project and in freestyle house bands. Byllie-Jean is an Ara graduate, teaches lyric writing and also does a fine job of showcasing Māori women in music. She’s also a mother of 3 (who’ve mostly flown the coop) and that’s where the Byllie…
 
Weclome to Episode 65! We outside! We together in person for a safe outdoor podcast. We're talking the unethical nature of the PlayStation store, Returnal, Resident Evil 8, Mass Effect Legendary Edition and more!Digital Waffle Podcast
 
MINI She’s only 16 but has a pretty solid musical backing behind her in the form of Sarena Close – otherwise known as Mousey. Great vocals and excellent songwriting mean there’s a big future ahead of her if she chooses it. Plenty of get up and go too, as she headlines her own show at Christchurch’s Greater Goods. But who is the real Mini and what h…
 
In this episode of the Small Scale Life Podcast, Tom talks about "going with the flow" and how he is developing a 10 step plan to navigate the rapids, waterfalls and log jams in life. We can spend a lifetime chasing dollars and cents, yet we don’t have the sense to take care of the Small Scale Life Basic 10 Core Principles. We have become addicted …
 
James Constable A veteran of Rockquest and propelled to a bespoke music course at Sole Music Academy in Christchurch, James has a straight ahead style and a healthy unwillingness to conform. Quite the musical pedigree too, with both parents former members of the Royal New Zealand Air Force Band. So with the impending release of his debut album Tui,…
 
Miranda Easten It’s been hard work and perseverance that’s led to the release of Miranda Easten’s new album Behind Unbroken Strings, supported by a veritable who’s who of the NZ music scene. She’s had knock-backs and disagreements and trying times but Miranda has always comes through a little bit stronger and with a smile on her face. Today, take a…
 
In this Episode of the Small Scale Life Podcast, I provide an Eagles Ridge Update: Community, House Project and Stair Project Failure. I talk about 5 Lessons Learned from Our Stair Project that can be applied to our lives: relationships, jobs, money, tasks, DIY projects and even social media. April has come and gone, and we had a lot going on geari…
 
Welcome to episode 64. We are still in lockdown in the godforsaken province of Ontario. We still got games to play though. We're talking Outriders, Halo, Unbeatable and the declining health of Blizzard Entertainment. We also get way inside baseball on distinctly Scarborough culture, IYKYK.Digital Waffle Podcast
 
Welcome to Episode 63of the Digital Waffle Podcast. While Gilbert laments his newly, self-inflicted fitness routine, the crew also inevitably fall down the Zack Snyder rabbit hole. There's still some game talk luckily as we get into Prey, Loop Hero, Valheim and more.Digital Waffle Podcast
 
On this 189th Episode of the Small Scale Life Podcast, I am talking homestead hunting, Roberts Rules, grounding and gardening with Letti Loo from the Liberty All Day Blog, Podcast and Vlog. Letti is a busy person! She is married and has a busy little boy, and along with her own platform, she is a co-host on the 80’s Mom Podcast and has her own virt…
 
Have you ever felt overwhelmed as you think about how to start gardening or kicking off a new garden season? There are so many questions, options and methods; it can feel like you are lost in a lush jungle of options and questions: • Do I start seeds or buy them from a store or a greenhouse? • Should I till up your yard and plant in native soil or …
 
In the Frozen Tundra of America's northland, we seem to have turned a corner on the weather last week. Something is in the air. The birds are showing us that something is up: from the pairs of eagles flying over Eagles Ridge and near the Third Floor Castle in the Sky to the cardinals popping up everywhere. We are entering a Season of Change! On thi…
 
This episode of the Small Scale Life Podcast is all about How to Raise You Vibes with Maria the Energy Healer. As with many interviews, we had a plan and scripted questions for Maria, but we swerved into some really important topics that will serve as way stones for what Small Scale Life is becoming. For all of our knowledge and understanding, ther…
 
Happy Valentine’s Day, Lifers. I hope you have a good holiday with your significant other. How is it going? How are you feeling? Are you making it through these tough times and cold weather? It can be hard this time of year. It feels like Spring is never going to get here, and we have a long stretch of sea before us before we get to a warmer seas a…
 
Welcome to episode 62. We're still reaching you from lockdown, and we're talking about the tribulations of Gamesto stock, Sony publishing games on Xbox, the incredible, dark comedy of Hitman 3, and more.Digital Waffle Podcast
 
Julie and I had a great conversation about wellness, homesteading and grounding with Hannah from The Wisconsin Homestead Podcast. Topics include clean eating (Keto and Whole30), grounding, spirituality (energy and the Drum Wash) and of course The Wisconsin Homestead Podcast. What is Grounding? For those who may not know what “grounding” is, groundi…
 
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