The local rock and roll magazine in Calgary interviewed me about my alter ego, Miss Melncoly. If I knew they were gonna cut & paste my answers I woulda edited and not have included so many run on sentences. Thank’s BEATROUTE you are all sweethearts! Here is a look at where I sleep, the dirt roads I’ve traveled and 5 of my favorite things right now…
I’ll be servin up some Rock n’ Soul along with French Pop, YaYa, Girl Groups and more this Thanksgiving Sunday, October 10th down at your Local 510. The event is free & the party starts at 9pm goes till close. Very excited to share some of my favorite records with you!
I’ve had the privilege to work as an assistant with CREATMOSPHERE (light artists from London) over the past 3 weeks. I couldn’t have landed a more perfect Summer Job! They are awesome. Not only did I learn so much but I also gained 3 amigos in the end.
We installed 28 data spheres in the lagoon at Princes Island Park. We also launched 500 illuminated spheres down the Bow River. It was exhausting yet challenging, the weather definitely was not on our side during installation. You can learn more about the project on their River Of Light blog. It truly is one of the best Public Art displays Calgary will ever see!
Image credit: Michael Magnan
Native Calgarian chose his Mother’s prairie farm for the ideal location of his music video for the band Sunset Rubdown. Now based in Brooklyn, Christopher Taylor is beaming with imagination. Former guitarist for Aids Wolf and Vice magazine illustrator. The list goes on and on…
Enjoy his latest masterpiece released today from our friends at Pitchfork Media…
Miss Melncoly will be spinning some of her favorite records at FASHION CENTRAL this Thursday Feb 11 from 5 – 8pm.
I am so excited! The city is finally going to start developing the area I call home. They have been working on the Riverwalk since summer. As a cyclist I am so pleased. You can watch the video here.
This is nothing in comparison to what the original plans for “The Paris of The Prairies” were, circa 1912… this would have been what we know now as Princes Island Park.
Sled Island festival is going to be taking place in Calgary Alberta June 30 – July 3 2010! I am so pleased to announce the curators of this years festival are King Khan, Quintron and Miss Pussycat! This is going to be the best festival in the world!