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We’re still here….go listen to The Weeklings

Posted by Greg on Jan 19, 2020 in Music

Pardon our radio silence, the Christmas/New Year’s holidays got the best of us and those pesky health issues have also reared their ugly head once again. This time though it was loud and emphatic. After seven months of doctor’s visits and an array of tests, it appears colon cancer is the ailment of this current season. We are still awaiting biopsy results and have a series of visits ahead of us, but suffice it to say, SITH may take a backseat in 2020. That of course was not the plan, and we’ll do our best to keep recommending media that speaks to us, but if we’re quiet, that’s why. Read more…

 
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Phoebe Bridgers Releases “Silent Night/7 O’Clock News”

Posted by Greg on Dec 12, 2019 in Music

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We’ve been reluctant to post Christmas songs this year but maybe that’s just because we were waiting for the right song to come along. Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: FLAX – “Language of the Birds”

Posted by Greg on Dec 10, 2019 in Music

It’s not exactly winter here in Central Florida, but being that most of the country has experienced winter to some degree, we thought we’d share a wintry effort from singer/songwriter FLAX, the recording moniker of New York City-born Sean Flax. Read more…

 
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The Top 30 Books of 2019

Posted by Greg on Dec 5, 2019 in Music

We’re downright bonkers for books. But much like our favorite albums this year we can’t separate the stack. Listed below are our favorite 30 books of 2019.

Disappearing Earth by Julia Phillips
On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong
Red At The Bone by Jacqueline Woodson
Fly Already by Etgar Keret
Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe
Once Night Falls by Roland Merullo
In The Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado
How To Do Nothing by Jenny Odell
What You Have Heard Is True by Carolyn Forche
Trust Exercise by Susan Choi
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Maroon 5 Announces 2020 Tour

Posted by Greg on Dec 5, 2019 in Music

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Love ‘em or hate ‘em, there is no escaping Grammy-winning chart-toppers Maroon 5. We here at SITH are not ashamed to say that we are fans. Even though their latter albums have veered more towards hip-hop and commercial pop, they still remain one of the better radio bands of the last 15 years. Read more…

 
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Apple Music Crowns Billie Eilish Inaugural Artist of the Year

Posted by Greg on Dec 5, 2019 in Music

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Apple Music put a ribbon on 2019 with a performance by 17-year-old chart-topper Billie Eilish. Hailed as Apple Music’s Artist of the Year, she performed yesterday evening at Steve Jobs Theater to kick-off the inaugural Apple Music Awards.
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Top 30 Albums of the Year – 2019

Posted by Greg on Dec 4, 2019 in Music

Well it’s come to this, the part we hate more than anything, picking the Top 30 albums of the year. In an effort to do something new, we’ve decided to list our favorite 30 albums (and five honorable mention) and not rank them. There were so many good albums this year, and so many we still have yet to listen to, but for the sake of fitting in, here it is: Read more…

 
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Anderson .Paak is Grammy Nominated Yet Again

Posted by Greg on Nov 20, 2019 in Music

We’ll be frank, we don’t dabble much into R+B music much, but when talent is there, it has to be recognized. California songwriter, rapper and percussionist Anderson .Paak has been nominated for two GRAMMY Awards. His album Ventura has been nominated for Best R+B album and his track “Come Home” featuring Andre 3000 has been nominated for Best R+B performance. .Paak is no stranger to the GRAMMY Awards. He won last year for Best Rap Performance for “Bubblin’.” Read more…

 
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Ryan Hurd Announces Platonic Tour

Posted by Greg on Nov 19, 2019 in Music

Sony Nashville recording artist Ryan Hurd, husband of Maren Morris, has announced his 2020 Platonic Tour. Read more…

 
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A New York City Walking Tour Tailor Made for Art + Music Lovers

Posted by Greg on Nov 18, 2019 in Music, NYC, Travel

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Next time you find yourself in New York City, do yourself a favor and check out Walk on the Wild Side NYC. The brainchild of Jesse Rifkin, a lauded New York musician and musicologist, Walk on the Wild Side is a walking tour that offers a glimpse into New York’s arts scene and the many famed faces who have contributed to New York’s vast art history. Read more…

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