Tagged: arts

A New Venture

So, it’s been a while since my last post. Not that I expected time to have stood still… Things have been busy – and am about to announce a new venture I’m launching.

Stay tuned for something brand new… Something that ties together the things The Everyday Gentleman has stood for over the past 5 years.. and more.

Cheers!

Amber bottles can only mean one thing...stay tuned to find out more.

Amber bottles can only mean one thing…  stay tuned to find out more.

 

 

 

Velocitylab X The Deer Tracks – REMIX

Recently I’ve been spending so much of my time putting together the latest issue of Velocitylab (stay tuned!)… but before I put the final touches on this issue of my zine, I remixed a song of one of my favorite bands, The Deer Tracks.

Hope you enjoy! Click on the image, or right here: Velocitylab X The Deer Tracks

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They are inspired, respectable artists and spiritual people. Please look them up < The Deer Tracks > and listen to what they have to offer.

I discovered them some time ago and interviewed them for Velocitylab No5. Check out my interview here.

…and send em yr love as they’re paying a sold out show tonight in London!

 

Cheers!
TSOKOS

 

Newly Revamped Velocitylab Interviews Page

As I work on the next issue of VELOCITYLAB, I’ve been giving the site some thought. Is there enough? Could there be more? Less? Better? Worse?

You get the idea. Keep improving. Learning. Listening. Sharing.

Enter: the newly revamped Velocitylab Interviews page. Check it out – and above all…. Hope you enjoy it! Read about them all and support them; listen some more…

Check it out here: http://velocitylab.net/interviews

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My Interview: Man Without Country

IMG_1783So you know lately I’ve been keeping busy with my zine, VELOCITYLAB. Yep, I’m on my fourth issue. And things are going pretty well! I’ve been speaking to some of my favorite bands and amazing people in the industry – some new, some already discovered… and I’ve also realized that I’m surrounded by some seriously talented people. As a matter of fact, I keep finding myself pleasantly surprised to see the influx of collaborations and contributions that come to me for each issue. I’ll start posting some of them on the Velocitylab site as we go along.

MWC_coverHere’s one of the interviews from the latest issue of the  zine. MAN WITHOUT COUNTRY.

These guys are fantastic. And were quite gracious with their time, even as they traveled to our shores for their debut US tour. They create beautiful and atmospheric music with lyrics that at once seem dark yet dreamy.

I hope you enjoy their music… as well as my interview with Ryan and Tomas of MAN WITHOUT COUNTRY.

via VELOCITYLAB: http://velocitylab.net/manwithoutcountry

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