Happy Seven years!

Hi, welcome to my blog.  My name is Giselle Maris, but everyone knows me by Magsi Rover. I'm the author of Bridge Comics Philippines ending my 20's, and will be officially grinding through the working class society. While still trying to be creatively insane. Today's post will be a short run-through of  appreciation to everyone … Continue reading Happy Seven years!

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FRANCO – Aurora Sunrise [Review]

Franco releases Aurora Sunrise official Music video. At first glimpse we are greeted by this epic-lookin-sunrise, as the waves soothingly crashes onto the shores of Aurora . Then the music slowly begins to play, at first faint-- before slowly playing into a crisp and clean audio, where we hear Franco singing. I give it a perfect 10/10 I'm no … Continue reading FRANCO – Aurora Sunrise [Review]

Online Snap Interview with KODIGO!

It's finally 2019-- and I'm pleased to share to you this online-snap interview with KODIGO via group chat. In this feature, I'll also include their social media networks for you guys to follow and support. In addition, if you'd like to know more about the band, just click on the hyperlink on the name of the … Continue reading Online Snap Interview with KODIGO!

Wheeling for 2019

Six days left before Christmas. Change was inevitable and nothing could stop time from blazing through the calendars of 2018. Now, I know-- I've been gone for a while now, and there have been less and less updates recently, but there really is so much more going on now than I've shared to you before. … Continue reading Wheeling for 2019

a short story by kazuo ishiguro

Thank you for this. I’ve been looking for it online…

the evening redness in the west

“Crooner”

(from Kazuo Ishiguro’s Nocturnes: Five Stories of Music and Nightfall)
 

 
 


THE MORNING I SPOTTED Tony Gardner sitting among the tourists, spring was just arriving here in Venice. We’d completed our first full week outside in the piazza—a relief, let me tell you, after all those stuffy hours performing from the back of the cafe, getting in the way of customers wanting to use the staircase. There was quite a breeze that morning, and our brand-new marquee was flapping all around us, but we were all feeling a little bit brighter and fresher, and I guess it showed in our music.

 

But here I am talking like I’m a regular band member. Actually, I’m one of the “gypsies,” as the other musicians call us, one of the guys who move around the piazza, helping out whichever of the threecafe orchestras needs us. Mostly I play here at…

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