Vol 1 No. 5, Week of March 28, 2011
In this issue: Some linescratchers break up! The Pearl and the Beard make the rest of us feel like worthless lumps! Gladys Knight takes on Vegas and Amtrak! The Aquabats! make the rest of us feel like real go-getters! Low does some stuff! I include a bowdlerized Jawbreaker reference! and more!
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The results have been received, tabulated, calculated, analyzed, and are now available for the public. The winners of the 2010 Linescratchers Awards are in! Continue reading “Winners of the 2010 Linescratchers Awards”
Long-time fans of Linescratchers will recognize our resident New Age/World/Ambient composer Australis right away. We’ve featured Australis on our podcast and in an interview, and we’re pleased to announce that Australis has just released a much-anticipated third album: Sentient Genus. Click to check it out on iTunes or CDBaby.
Here is the track listing:
1. Fatum fugit
3. Vanishing point
4. Smile of a woman
6. Outposts of certainty
7. Man must explore
9. Windborne touch
10. Human nature
11. The lunatic – part one
12. Little blue planet
Featuring a new segment with CALLERS from all over the world!
Whistler – Armorie
Ya Va A Salir El Sol – Rumbo Rumba
Weightless – Cindy Bury
Passage – Australis
Out Of My Hands – Definit and Young Sim
Learning Curve – KaRyn Daley
Dancing on the Clouds – Jennifer Thomas
special thanks to Allison Hatton, Thomas Hatton, and Russell Stevenson, voice actors extraordinaire
Featuring SURPRISE INTERVIEW from a special guest… the INSUFFERABLE HIPSTER!
Free – Checkpoint Charley
Fallen – Cindy Bury
State of Decay – American Hollow
I’ll Find You – The Neighbors
Perfect Eight – Fossil Fools
Treasure the Moment – Australis
Impressionism – Crossing Columbia
special thanks to Thomas Hatton, the Insufferable Hipster
In keeping with last week’s trend of featuring genres too often overlooked, this week we bring out the softer side of Linescratchers. Oscar Aguayo was born in Peru, but currently resides in Layton, Utah, and his complex sonic textures and ethnic melodies and percussion make his music difficult to categorize simply. However, one thing is for sure, his music transports the listener elsewhere. Oscar is unique in his synthesis of many styles, and brings quite a bit of life experience to the table. For everyone interested in modern New Age, World, and Ambient styles, Australis is the place to look.
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