‘SURFACE TENSION’ WORLD PREMIERE VIDEOCheck out our new video for our song Surface Tension! The video offers a chance to get up close and personal with all of the band members of She’s So Quiet including those who always hide towards the back of the stage . Video edited by John NachayAudio mixed by Noah Paris Continue reading Watch “Surface Tension (@Home Edition)” on YouTube
Welcome back to Alert Aware, Mindful, This week’s episodes features the other half of the interview with the gloriously talented Jovan Landry. I will be posting more of her music on facebook and my blog site ellemadelyn.com Ms. Landry discusses her plans for Synergy dropping on March 15, 2019. She discussed the co-opting of black bodies and mass incarceration. Also discussed is how she … Continue reading Elle Cast 2.7: Jovan Landry Part II
“Everyone can eat, just come and grab a plate.” Wise words!! Hey, everyone, this week’s interview is going to be with breakthrough artist Jovan Landry. This WeWork grant recipient will talk more about her all female-powered project Synergy. Check out a sneak peek below, then come back this week and hear her in her own words talk about Chicago, Female inspiration, and how … Continue reading Synergy / Jovan Landry (featuring Various Artists)
Happy New Year Everyone!!! Thank you for sticking with me for this blog and podcast, it’s been a great year of meeting awesome. So awesome in fact, that they *made* me bring back my podcast just so I could ask them questions about whatever cool thing they have done in the past, what they are currently working on or projects they are trying to … Continue reading Marconi Union – Weightless (Official Video) – YouTube
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I give you well reasoned facts from a reasonable white dude. If you still can’t conceive after seeing this clip, that race *might* play a part in our everyday society, then ask yourself, why is it so important to hold onto your views in the face of overwhelming evidence that they may be wrong? Continue reading Upon encountering the doubters of the existence of racism (in their neighborhood) in this day and age.