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The September Write-up

In Features, September 2017, Write-up by eseids0 Comments

So, technically it’s already October, so please forgive my tardiness. Here is the September edition of The Monthly Write-up, a space on The Monday Lineup for me to share music related things that brought me joy in the past month. 1. Dissect, A Serialized Music Podcast – Season 2 Okay. Without any exaggeration, Dissect podcast is my favorite discovery of the …

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Lineup #158

In 2017, Archives, September 2017 by eseids0 Comments

Breaking Rules. I wrote this post and simultaneously made this week’s Lineup after experiencing the last chapter of Taylor Mac’s exquisite and honestly indescribable 24-Decade History of Popular Music. It was a 6 hour performance. I’m exhausted. Taylor Mac is probably 100x more exhausted (or maybe not. Taylor Mac is an actual super hero so you never know). But that’s …

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Lineup #157

In 2017, Archives, September 2017 by eseids0 Comments

And then there were 3! Today marks the 3rd anniversary of the The Monday Lineup. I wasn’t really sure what this would turn into when I launched it back in 2014, but I definitely didn’t think I’d be at it for 157 weeks straight nor did I ever think The Monday Lineup would turn into a radio show. When I …

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Lineup #156

In 2017, Archives, September 2017 by eseids0 Comments

‘Tis the season. I’m writing this post from a coffee shop in my new favorite Canadian city, Montreal, after a weekend of smoked meats, hot dog (there’s a difference), bagels, drag and pop music sing-a-longs. I came this close to making Lineup #156 a playlist feauuring the likes of Celine Dion, Kesha, Britney Spears and a bunch of show tunes …

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Lineup #155

In 2017, Archives, September 2017 by eseids0 Comments

Still Summer. This week’s Lineup is one of my favorite types – the kind that kind of seems to create itself. Not only was there a whole bunch of music I was excited about this week, everything I was drawn to has all the vibes of a 3-day weekend and making the feeling of Summer last (despite what the calendar …