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reviews n quotes'it's like being with you during a thought process' 'it's political BUT i like it!' 'so who's abstract and who's random?' 'thanks for talking about issues' 'it's a good thing you two are cute' 'your music was a really high class aesthetic experience.' 'you guys are makin NOIZE' "the sound feels so free" "you made me want to move"
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pls check myspace, i can't keep up.
88 days of fortune
88 days of fortune is infinity upon infinity of fortune, in the pursuit of happiness. a jam where beautiful, brilliant beings socialize like grown folks while taking in the best of local toronto talent - the new face of music. artists like: Leilani Dee WolfJ KJ
Brendan Philip T Ana Cole Yannick Anton & Nadine Stillman. email firstname.lastname@example.org 88 myspace
Monthly Archives: March 2010
above left to right : amenta, kj, brendan philip, ayo leilani, wolf j, jamilah malika (of abstract random,) yannick anton, nadine stillman
below left to right: deon mars, t ana cole, lover sun (of abstract random)
new additions since pic taken: THEESatisfactions, bahia watson, maiko watson, OBGMs.
yah, we roll deep. get involved. stay up. get on the bus before we break out cos seats fillin’ fast.
hmmm, what to say… at the first outtah nowhere soundcrew a pretty girl came to inquire if i had a specific j davey track, i replied no, but i had another – i must say, i never dropped her request, but she continued to support. at the next show, she had spread the word to friends and then she friended us on facebook… then, this blew my mind – dollar paris added a photo of abstract random to an album entitled ‘inspiration’ including stellar female artists like erykah and janelle and style icons like rihanna and beyonce… that tickled me something sweet. well, she’s outdone herself again. with this wick mixup video clip:
i gotta say, this is the first time someone who has filmed us has made it so easy to get some great footage right back to us – we can’t say how many times we’ve chased people down so a special thank you to dollar paris for being extra special and supportive!
we don’t like to use the word ‘workshop’ because it really isn’t ‘work’ per se. francesca, a visual artist, and myself, a verbal artist are blessed to often facilitate storytelling workshops in our distinct mediums. we worked with two amazing groups of young women involved with the expressive arts program – salute to montreal’s police force for this initiative – all the $ from confiscated drugs and guns are invested in community programming, expressive arts targets young women in an effort to encourage them towards arts and away from organized crime… the young women we worked with were each bright and brilliant, each very different, we learned much and here is some of what they created in our presence:
give thanks to francesca aka lover sun for the audio!