Download Lagu Tegar - Aku Yang Dulu Bukanlah Yang Sekarang - Lirik

Posted by Aileen Raymond Sunday, March 31, 2013 0 comments
Download Lagu Tegar - Aku Yang Dulu Bukanlah Yang Sekarang - Lirik

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Bersyukur masuk dapur rekaman..

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Pattern Layering - Making A Bold Statement

Posted by Aileen Raymond Saturday, March 30, 2013 0 comments
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     The guys over at Hucklebury Clothes and The Art of Style recently reached out to me and have been a tremendous help with my blog.  I had the pleasure to be a guest writer on their site.  They asked me to write an article regarding layering patterns.

     Usually writing articles comes pretty naturally, but this topic gave me extreme difficulty.  The thing with patterns is that there's so many different ways to wear them that I didn't want to pigeon-hole a reader into specific rules.  Rather, I wanted to provide guidelines and inspiration.  

     Hope you guys enjoy it and thank you for reading.


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DPC Interview Series:

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Give us a little background on the band and the members?




We are
Riaan Smit, Jacques Jansen Van Rensburg, Christoph De Chavonnes Vrugt
and myself, Arno van Zyl. Riaan, Chris and I all come from Namibia
originally, while Jacques grew up here in South Africa. We all
started music in our younger days.


How did you all meet? 

Arno: All
of us kind of met each other through the pipeline. I met Christoph in
Sunday school a couple of years back and kind of met Riaan through
him. There was also a point where Riaan and I went to the same
school. We only became close friends here in Cape Town though. Riaan
and Jacques met through music actually. Riaan had a band and needed
an occasional session bassist whenever their own couldn't make shows.
We decided to call on his services again for CHB when we were having
trouble keeping members together. We all stuck around after that and
became good friends.

Riaan: We met through the grapevine (and I lived in Christoph's jam-room for a while).
 


So, what does your music sound like?
Arno: This is a very hard question to answer, because I have no idea what to call it.  But if I had to try and explain it, I would say we are a rough-around-the-edges blues/blue-grass, fusion, rock band. What does it sound like? I guess you will have to come and have a listen!
 


Riaan: Something that moves you against your will.






  

"The most important thing for me is that it feels right... If it feels right, schweet, if it doesn't - make it."



Who or what inspires your music?
Arno: All of us have our own, individual influences internationally and locally. I personally try to draw a little inspiration from everything and especially my own band members. I think something that inspires us all, is the fact that we are free to challenge ourselves musically, because we are still learning about what we are doing. That is the most rewarding and inspirational feeling.
 


Riaan: What inspire our core songs is a feeling, that feeling gets translated into sounds. The most important thing for me is that it feels right, if it feels right, schweet, if it doesn't - make it. We are heavily inspired by local bands too, since we see them all the time - Black Cat Bones, Machineri, Shadowclub, Juggernaught, Dan Patlansky, Boulevard Blues, Tombstone Pete, Mr Cat & the Jackal, Bone Collectors, Nomadic Orchestra and Brother Moves On to name a few.

What do you guys do before a gig?
Arno: Normally, we would gather at the bar and have a couple of shooters in good spirits and to cheers to a good show. It is not so much the drinking of the shots that counts, but rather the fact that we do it together. It is kind of our thing as a band.
 


Riaan: Some bands kick a hacky sack to feel connected before a show, for us, it is having tequila.







"After we had a good show, we become a merry bunch of friends and mingle with the crowd."




And after? 

Riaan: We
will critically discuss our set depending on how well it went,
compared to how well we wanted it to go. That usually lasts for 10
minutes, if it even happens, and then we carry on with the evening
making friends and being merry.

So, what do you guys do besides making music? Any day jobs?
Jacques is the only one with a real day job, he is in fact a teacher! Riaan is an event organiser on the side, Christoph is a student and Arno offers guitar lessons. Otherwise we do try and make this music thing work for us.
 


Riaan: Its a tough life, but we aim for the stars, if we hit the moon, then at least we took off.
 


And best memory since being a band?
Arno: Every single day spent with the band is a special memory to me.
 


Riaan: Every time we nail that feeling and get lost in it for as long as we have breath. I do remember winning the 48 Band Off that paid for our second album - that rocked!

What is your favourite venue or festival to play at?
Arno: The festival I've personally enjoyed the most has to be Up The Creek. Favourite venue is The Barnyard in Durbanville.
 


Riaan: Personally, I am a fan of Mercury as a venue; it gets well rowdy and can take a seated vibe need be. Festivals would be: Flamjangled, Up the Creek, Ramfest and the Table Mountain Blues Summit.
 


And the one festival or venue you really want to still play (local or international)?
Arno: Rocking The Daisies here in Cape Town and Crossroads in the USA.
 


Riaan: Oppikoppi and Daisies, and the Newport Folk Fest in the States.
 


Which local artist/s would you most likely collaborate with?
Arno: All of them! Seriously...
 


Riaan: No word of lie, we jam with everyone who is open to jamming. It is kinda our thing. 







 "Our most recent fan is a lovely middle-aged lady, and was a Hustler cover girl in the 90's..."



Who is your fans? Any funny stories?



Riaan:
Many funny stories, but I'm sure they'll be reading this now so I
will choose carefully...
Our most recent fan, is a lovely
middle-aged lady, and was a hustler cover girl in the 90's. She says
our music changed her life and gave us a signed print-out of her
cover shot. We have it on the wall in our rehearsal studio.




We want to buy you a drink after a gig, what can we get you? 

Arno: Four
tequilas, a Coke and three brandy and Cokes or draughts. We don't
normally discriminate though. Hehe

Riaan: Beggers can't be choosers.
 


Now, which venue in Cape Town has the roughest crowd?
Riaan: Cornerbar, now the Russian club in Durbanville... jirre.
 


Where is your next gig?



Arno: We
are playing at the Breathe Sunshine Music Conference at Assembly on
April 2, Trash Cabaret at Zula on April 5 with Th’ Damned Crows and
Aandklas in Stellenbosch on April 6 with Ann Jangle.







"We are recording our second album this year and plan to release it somewhere in the near future."



Plans for the rest of 2013?
Arno: We plan to take our time and prepare ourselves for a recording session in the studio. We are recording our second album this year and plan to release it somewhere in the near future. We are very excited about it!
 



Riaan:
We're hitting studios in May, and going to be doing that for a bit.
We're also shooting a music video for our previous albums single
"Breaking Down Low"
and taking over South Africa one
dingy pub and welcoming festival at a  time.


Where can we get your music?Arno: You
can get our album at Mabu Vinyl in Cape Town off Kloof Street and
Revolution Records in Observatory or you can nab one from us
personally at shows or drop us a mail and we will sort you out.

Riaan: You can buy our tunes on Itunes or Amazon or basically any online store, but alternatively we give it away for free. Our next album will be free for download, but with the option to donate... god knows, we need it!

Famous last words?

Arno: No matter what happens, never ever stop! My mother always said, "persistence conquers resistance".
 


Riaan: If it feels right, carry on.









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Vodafone DIT Fashion Show Reaches Out

Posted by Aileen Raymond Friday, March 29, 2013 0 comments




This year, the Show is aiming to raise awareness of Reachout.com, our chosen charity this year. Reachout.com is a service "dedicated to taking the mystery out of mental health".

The website itself is an excellent resource which provides advice and information on a wide range of  issues including depression, anxiety and bullying. There are real stories from people who are coping with mental health issues as well as tips on looking after our mental health through nutrition, exercise and building our self-esteem.

Check out www.reachout.com

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Music Exchange - Sharing Wisdom

Posted by Aileen Raymond Wednesday, March 27, 2013 0 comments

The South African music scene is entering an exciting and fresh time where opportunity is endless. Whether it is to grow as an artist or to step into the music business as a newcomer. The 2013 Music Exchange Conference had these major themes as its main platform for workshops and panel discussions this year. Held at the iconic Cape Town City Hall the conference was packed with music experts, as well as artists, all hungry to share the business of music.


 

From 21 to 23 March 2013, the City Hall was transformed into any music lovers paradise. The much anticipated Music Exchange offered a with a full programme filled with workshops and discussions on how to make it in the music industry, marketing yourself and anything else you might need to get yourself a step forward in the music industry. The conference was the perfect opportunity to share industry wisdom and to get advice from professionals.



Music Exchange is an independent music conference and now in its third year. 70 speakers and panelists, made out of 16 artists and 42 organisations, including a panel of experts from SAMRO, were all present to offer a wealth of music knowledge from music licensing, copyright to tips on anything and everything music related.











This year the conference saw professionals from composers and publishers to record company executives and media, all sharing their knowledge and ideas. The conference created the opportunity to network with big names and set a platform filled with opportunities to boost the South African music locally and internationally.



At the launch Shadowclub showed everyone why they are one of the biggest
names in the South African music scene. They performed to an intimate
crowd and their performance definitely opened the conference with a
highlight.







 Some admired experts attending the conference included Vicky Sampson,
Mynie GrovĂ©, Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse, RJ Benjamin, Chad Saaiman, Jimmy
Nevis, Mark Haze, Dub Masta China and Arno Carstens, as well as industry
heavyweights such as Universal Music A&R consultant Benjy Mudie,
Cape Town Jazz festival founder Rashid Lombard and Rolling Stone SA
editor-in-chief Miles Keylock.

The international speakers on the
programme included acclaimed house music producer and remixer Charles
Webster (UK), music promoter Doug Davenport (USA) and Africori CEO Yoel
Kenan (France).



One of the conference’s undisputed highlights was the keynote address by Trevor Jones, moderated by Universal Records managing director Randall Abrahams. Now based in the UK, Jones was born in District Six and is considered one of the top five film score composers in the world, with several Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations as well two ASCAP Awards in the bag.



Jones has made an indelible mark on the global entertainment industry, scoring international blockbusters such as Notting Hill, The Last of the Mohicans, Mississippi Burning and The Mighty and working with the likes of U2, Sting, David Bowie, Sinead O’Connor, Britney Spears, Elvis Costello and Charlotte Church.



Award-winning local singer, songwriter and guitarist Arno Carstens, who spoke at the conference about the song that made him famous, said it was an honour to be part of Music Exchange and it was encouraging and inspiring to see so many enthusiastic people attend and share their experiences and knowledge.



Joining Carstens on the stellar line-up of artists speaking about the song that made them famous, Vicky Sampson acknowledged songwriter Alan Lazar (formerly of Mango Groove, and now a successful composer based in Los Angeles), who wrote African Dream. “I am grateful that Alan gave me the song and did not pass me up for Mango Groove’s Claire Johnston,” Sampson quipped. She spent every minute of the conference absorbing and learning, as well as reconnecting with her mentor Benjy Mudie and her old friend RJ Benjamin.







Versatile singer, composer and teacher Benjamin, who has been invited to be a vocal coach for the upcoming season of Idols and will be composing SABC2’s new signature tune, continuously urged delegates to make use of social media platforms to reach new audiences. Benjamin stood out as one of the speakers to whom delegates were drawn and his presentations proved to be extremely popular.

Added a delighted Music Exchange founder and board member, Martin Myers: “We have been completely overwhelmed by the positive feedback we’ve received, and the animated conversations on social media platforms about the success of Music Exchange.







“Recording and performing artists, as well as composers and other industry players, have complimented the conference for being relevant, engaging and thought-provoking. There was a strong focus on the business side of music, which elevated this event above a mere talk shop: they left with useful, practical information that will undoubtedly be of immense value in their various professional ventures.”



For anyone who wants to make it in the music industry, improve themselves or just want to increase their knowledge, we recommend you attend Music Exchange 2014. Definitely worth attending this conference.













Visit www.musicexchange.co.za to find out more about next year’s Music Exchange conference, or follow @musicexchange on Twitter.





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::Big Bro::

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     My little bro and I recently celebrated our one year anniversary with the Big Brother/Big Sister program.  To celebrate, I wanted to do something fun, but still have it educational.  

     He had never been to an art museum, so off to The Crocker we went.  He's still pretty young, so he enjoyed the art more than the description or history behind it.

     My little bro recently got a cell phone, so he was snapping pics of everything.  I'm trying to capture all of our activities and all his new experiences, so I took the opportunity to snap as many pics as I could.


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     I always think about how young he is, but then he'll say something like, "I like your man satchel," and I'll be taken back of how much he knows.  He gave me a hard time about it, but it was all in good fun.

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     It was funny how much he got into taking pics.  He even started posing and figuring out cool places to take pics.

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Shoes: Rogue
Bag: Topman

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Gambar Foto Hewan Unik Dan Aneh Terbaru

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Ante Kitchen & Bar @ Publika

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Saw lots of good review regarding Ante Kitchen & Bar on blogs while searching for places to eat at Publika. Was deciding between S.Wine and Ante for my mom's birthday dinner. In the end, we chose Ante because they have more food choices. Would try S.Wine one day too! Saw tons of nice food there :D


Anyway, back to Ante. The place is cosy and nice :)


Corona Extra, RM21 | Passionfruit Mojito, RM12

I think the waiter said that the other beers were out of stock or the beer tap was spoiled. Only the Corona Extra was available. The passionfruit mojito was refreshing, very flavourful too. But my personal preference will be the mojito from Ole-Ole Bali. haha...

Smoked Duck Salad, RM23
The salad was alright. I've tasted better smoked duck.

Angry Piglets, RM24
One of the dishes that I enjoyed. Crispy bacon and spicy sausages :D

Signature Chorizo & Bacon, RM27
This pizza was definitely everyone's favourite dish of the night. Filled with bacon, pork, tomato puree and loads of cheese :D

The Hogger Pork Ribs, RM75
The meat was succulent, but I was relatively disappointed by the sauce. Even my parents agreed that Tony Roma's sauce was better. And the fries was meh...


With the amount of good reviews online, I was left disappointed by the food at Ante Kitchen & Bar that night. Only the pizza made an impression on our taste buds. Waiters were friendly though. Maybe I'll try their famous Char-grilled Pork Steak next time! Seems like a really unique dish :)

Ante Kitchen & Bar
A2-G1-09, Solaris Dutamas,
50480 Kuala Lumpur.
Opens daily: 11AM - 1AM
Tel: 03 6206 2264

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