A Better Understanding of Civil Engineering

I've been taking classes to get a degree in civil engineering, and I haven't been having the easiest time. I ask the teacher about many concepts that he discusses, but sometimes I have a little trouble. I looked for external aids to help me in the classes, and found a website that has spreadsheets for structural learning, along with other things related to civil engineering. Many people take courses in civil engineering, but not all of them come out with the knowledge and skills required to make the cut in the real world. This was the toughest set of classes that I faced, and I wanted to make sure that I passed them so I could reach my career goal.

The spreadsheet helped me out a great deal, and it really showed when I got the results back from my latest test. It was the highest scoring grade I had ever gotten in the class, and on top of that, it was the highest test score in the class. I missed a couple of questions because I forgot the answer, but I understood exactly what the correct answer should have been. The teacher was impressed with my test score.

Now that I've gotten the ball rolling, I have to work to keep myself on track. I've learned a lot more from the resources that I found on the website than I was able to extract from my own textbook. The combined knowledge of people who have already been taught in the ways of civil engineering is quite the useful tool. When the classes are over, I might be able to contribute to the website by adding some of my own knowledge. As time changes, new information becomes available, and future generations who decide to become educated in civil engineering will be glad to have a study aid.

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  2. BUILT TO SPILL Event on 2016-05-29 20:00:00 with LENGUAS LARGAS, WHISPERING WIRES
    Twenty years on from first signing to Warner Bros. Records, Built To Spill is set to return in 2015 with its eighth studio album, Untethered Moon. Thats now two complete decades that one of Americas leading indie rock bands has happily made its home on a major label, and in the process redefined that clumsy descriptor of independence by operating wholly and consistently under its own steam, taking the proper time to craft timeless songs and playing endless, epic shows to a growing grip of fans each year. Under the command of its constant leader, Doug Martsch, as well as a new rhythm section, Built To Spills creative process continues to ebb, flow and evolve in its own orbit, reemerging on record for the first time since 2009s There Is No Enemy with ten new songs that fit at once into the bands resonant catalog while infusing fresh energy into that signature sound.In the summer of 2012, Martsch and his longtime bass player Brett Nelson and drummer Scott Plouf recorded an albums worth of new songs and then went on tour. Martsch was unsatisfied with his performance on the recordings, feeling that he had had too few eureka moments in the studio and planned to tweak his parts after tour. Then, citing tour burnout, Nelson and Plouf quit the band, leaving Martsch to scrap the recordings and essentially start over. Adding longtime musical comrades Jason Albertini on bass and Steve Gere on drums, and along with guitarists Jim Roth and Brett Netson, the new Built To Spill emerged a month after reforming to play more shows in 2013 than any other year in the bands existence. Energized by the new blood as well as marathon rehearsal sessions, Martsch decided to revisit the recording process as a trio, without the other guitar players. With fewer people its easier to focus and communicate during the songwriting process, says Martsch. Also we wanted to make the record a little more stripped-down, a little rawer than our last one. Over much of the next year, the band would travel to Portland, Oregon, to record with producer Sam Coomes, the Quasi founder whose keyboard playing appears on several earlier Built To Spill albums. Working with Sam was awesome. He would come to rehearsals and take notes and record us on various little devices. He had ideas for the songs, structural changes, and things like that, but most importantly, he was enthusiastic. We had rehearsed a ton and were maybe losing perspective a little, so to have someone we admire and trust telling us we were on the right path was huge. He also shared our vision of leaving out shit thats not necessary. Acknowledging the intricate, bombastic drumming from Gere and Albertinis effortless ability to keep it in the pocket and move the song along, Martsch found inspiration and confidence. He completed the songwriting with his usual method of piecing together scraps of guitar and instrumental parts from tapes of jams from previous eras of creation, along with the easy cohesion of the trio on new material, which they had practiced and demoed endlessly before setting foot in the studio. When we get together and pick up our instruments, I always believe that something magical is going to happen. And it often does, but its a magic that maybe only we can feel, in the moment, and doesnt necessarily translate to tape or to other people. So we keep messing with it until it feels like real music to us. The songs evolve over a long period of time through trial and error. Theres a lot of ideas that dont go anywhere, and its just a matter of leaving them out and including the things that work. Whether a call by Coomes to abandon a trumpet in favor of a tripped-out guitar, or a killer drum beat evolving from a simple exercise pattern, or even a coincidentally connected artistic inspiration from Alejandro Jodorowsky, the tarot and a photograph of pets, there was no shortage of eureka moments during the making of Untethered Moon.The album begins with the hard-hitting trio of All Our Songs, Living Zoo, and On the Way, songs that are as complex and compelling as anything on previous Built To Spill outings. Ripping solos, warm tones, vague and familiar Martsch themes of subconscious connection, human commonality and memory, Neil Young influencesits all there. Never Be The Same is a song from Martschs past, redone and encouraged by Coomes, while C.R.E.B. is a meditation on the scientific process of forgetting. The album ends with the eight-minute standout When Im Blind, with solos echoing in and out of a drum-tight jam held down to perfection by the new guys. All in all, its the unmistakable sound of Built To Spill, but with a new energy that hearkens back to Martschs beginnings all those years ago in Twin Falls, Idaho. Two decades on a major label and even more as a successful musician, the fire and focus havent changed for Martsch in the least. We like making music and that's why we do this. Of course if everyone else hates this record, well be bummed. We are trying to make music that people will enjoy. at The Crescent Ballroom 308 N. 2nd Ave. Phoenix, United States
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  4. Built To Spill Event on 2016-05-31 19:00:00 with Lenguas Largas, Whispering Wires
    Twenty years on from first signing to Warner Bros. Records, Built To Spill is set to return in 2015 with its eighth studio album, Untethered Moon. Thats now two complete decades that one of Americas leading indie rock bands has happily made its home on a major label, and in the process redefined that clumsy descriptor of independence by operating wholly and consistently under its own steam, taking the proper time to craft timeless songs and playing endless, epic shows to a growing grip of fans each year. Under the command of its constant leader, Doug Martsch, as well as a new rhythm section, Built To Spills creative process continues to ebb, flow and evolve in its own orbit, reemerging on record for the first time since 2009s There Is No Enemy with ten new songs that fit at once into the bands resonant catalog while infusing fresh energy into that signature sound.In the summer of 2012, Martsch and his longtime bass player Brett Nelson and drummer Scott Plouf recorded an albums worth of new songs and then went on tour. Martsch was unsatisfied with his performance on the recordings, feeling that he had had too few eureka moments in the studio and planned to tweak his parts after tour. Then, citing tour burnout, Nelson and Plouf quit the band, leaving Martsch to scrap the recordings and essentially start over. Adding longtime musical comrades Jason Albertini on bass and Steve Gere on drums, and along with guitarists Jim Roth and Brett Netson, the new Built To Spill emerged a month after reforming to play more shows in 2013 than any other year in the bands existence. Energized by the new blood as well as marathon rehearsal sessions, Martsch decided to revisit the recording process as a trio, without the other guitar players. With fewer people its easier to focus and communicate during the songwriting process, says Martsch. Also we wanted to make the record a little more stripped-down, a little rawer than our last one. Over much of the next year, the band would travel to Portland, Oregon, to record with producer Sam Coomes, the Quasi founder whose keyboard playing appears on several earlier Built To Spill albums. Working with Sam was awesome. He would come to rehearsals and take notes and record us on various little devices. He had ideas for the songs, structural changes, and things like that, but most importantly, he was enthusiastic. We had rehearsed a ton and were maybe losing perspective a little, so to have someone we admire and trust telling us we were on the right path was huge. He also shared our vision of leaving out shit thats not necessary. Acknowledging the intricate, bombastic drumming from Gere and Albertinis effortless ability to keep it in the pocket and move the song along, Martsch found inspiration and confidence. He completed the songwriting with his usual method of piecing together scraps of guitar and instrumental parts from tapes of jams from previous eras of creation, along with the easy cohesion of the trio on new material, which they had practiced and demoed endlessly before setting foot in the studio. When we get together and pick up our instruments, I always believe that something magical is going to happen. And it often does, but its a magic that maybe only we can feel, in the moment, and doesnt necessarily translate to tape or to other people. So we keep messing with it until it feels like real music to us. The songs evolve over a long period of time through trial and error. Theres a lot of ideas that dont go anywhere, and its just a matter of leaving them out and including the things that work. Whether a call by Coomes to abandon a trumpet in favor of a tripped-out guitar, or a killer drum beat evolving from a simple exercise pattern, or even a coincidentally connected artistic inspiration from Alejandro Jodorowsky, the tarot and a photograph of pets, there was no shortage of eureka moments during the making of Untethered Moon.The album begins with the hard-hitting trio of All Our Songs, Living Zoo, and On the Way, songs that are as complex and compelling as anything on previous Built To Spill outings. Ripping solos, warm tones, vague and familiar Martsch themes of subconscious connection, human commonality and memory, Neil Young influencesits all there. Never Be The Same is a song from Martschs past, redone and encouraged by Coomes, while C.R.E.B. is a meditation on the scientific process of forgetting. The album ends with the eight-minute standout When Im Blind, with solos echoing in and out of a drum-tight jam held down to perfection by the new guys. All in all, its the unmistakable sound of Built To Spill, but with a new energy that hearkens back to Martschs beginnings all those years ago in Twin Falls, Idaho. Two decades on a major label and even more as a successful musician, the fire and focus havent changed for Martsch in the least. We like making music and that's why we do this. Of course if everyone else hates this record, well be bummed. We are trying to make music that people will enjoy. For further information contact Rick Gershon at Warner Bros. Records Publicity:818-953-3473 / rick.gershon@wbr.comhttp://www.facebook.com/builttospillUltimate Alternative Wavers (1993,C/Z Records)There's Nothing Wrong with Love (1994,Up Records)Perfect from Now On (1997,Warner Bros. Records)Keep It Like a Secret (1999, Warner Bros. Records) Live (Warner Bros., 2000)Ancient Melodies of the Future (2001, Warner Bros. Records) You in Reverse (2006, Warner Bros. Records.) There Is No Enemy (2009, Warner Bros. Records) at Club Congress 311 East Congress Street Tucson, United States
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  6. Alunageorge Event on 2016-06-02 21:00:00 with KIIARA
    In the two years since pop alchemists AlunaGeorge aka singer and lyricist Aluna Francis and producer George Reid released their critically lauded debut album, Body Music, they've barely stopped. From world tours to festivals to Katy Perry support slots to collaborations (2015's frenetic "To " with Skrillex & Diplo) to chart-slaying remixes (DJ Snake's version of "You Know You Like It", i.e. one of the most streamed songs of all time), their world has expanded immeasurably from the tiny London studio they started working in back in 2010. Somehow, in amongst the madness, they've managed to find the time to write and record a follow-up album that confidently maintains their unique sonic palette a soulful, pop-leaning take on downtempo dance and experimental R&B but also takes it forward into bolder territories. Lead by the dancehall-tinged, ludicrously catchy banger "I'm In Control", featuring Jamaican rapper Popcaan, it's an album that channels their experiences into a delicious melange of pop styles. "We were going for that holy grail of songwriting," explains Aluna of the record. "It was an attitude of 'let's see what else we can do'," adds George.Formed after George remixed a song by Aluna's first band, My Toy's Like Me, there's always been a strange sense of happenstance and spontaneity about AlunaGeorge and their music. A handful of the songs that appeared on Body Music were written and recorded after the pair had only known each other for a month, this sense of sudden excitement and naivety filtering through into the songs themselves. Working together every day in a small studio in Ravenscourt Park in London where they still write and record now helped quickly fuse the duo together, which in turn resulted in that rare thing; a cohesive, fully-formed debut album that came with its own unique sonic world. From the singles "Your Drums, Your Love", "Attracting Flies" (the latter a UK top 20 hit) and their massive collaboration with Disclosure on "White Noise", to the softer, more tactile album tracks, Body Music not only announced the arrival of a new take on pop music at the time one that wasn't exactly dance, but that you wanted to dance to nevertheless but also helped confirm their trust in their own instincts. "I'm really glad we did things the way we did for that album."In fact, this new idea of other people venturing into the studio with AlunaGeorge for their forthcoming album is a result of their debut's success, and their own desire to keep things moving forward. After a short period of creative uncertainty, the success of DJ Snake's remix which essentially kept the original's tempo and song structure but added different production also re-confirmed their faith that there was a market for slightly downtempo, groove-based dance music. "Often George and I will come in the studio and writers that are with us will stand back a bit because they think we've got everything we need," explains Aluna. "But they'll step in at any point we need help." To clarify, this isn't a case of calling up the biggest names in pop to help cover over the cracks, but rather to cherry-pick the best people to help make the songs as good as they can be. To open up the creative process a little more.While the core axis of AlunaGeorge remains the same "I'm always at the head of the lyrical department and George is always at the head of the production side of things," is how Aluna describes it songwriters such as John Hill (Santigold, Charli XCX), Rick Nowels (Madonna, Lykke Li), Evan Bogart (Rihanna, Beyonc) and Rock Mafia (Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus) were keen to help out however they could. "All of these stories are my stories," reiterates Aluna. "When I work with a lyricist they're someone to bounce ideas off. It's about that last 10%. It started to feel a bit like we had all these friends in music that we liked hanging out with but we haven't shared AlunaGeorge with anyone else and at some point we were like 'why not?'. Let's open it up a bit more. We wanted to let people in a bit more now that we're more confident in our sound.". For George it was about having options: "The wonderful thing is that we had all these amazing people we could work with this time round and if we felt like X would be great fun, and work for the tune, then we'd do it. If not, there was no pressure to do that either."Written and recorded in focused bursts of creativity in LA, London and Henley, it's an album that ventures outside of the normal tropes of pop songwriting and production. So "I'm In Control" is about a women taking charge of getting more than a basic sexual encounter, and seeking something that will really keep her busy intellectually, psychologically and physically by just stating what she wants. Musically too, the pair avoided the current trend for frantic EDM and slowed down the song's original tempo, giving it a much more laid-back feel. "There's a naivety to it where you just see what can happen," George says of the song's production. "If I'm having some fun making it then I'll just run with it." It also marks a sonic leap forward, while still retaining that AlunaGeorge sound, especially in the sleek, soulful verses. "It's definitely a bigger sound," says Aluna. "We have always been capable of that but it takes however long it takes to develop the ability to make a song like that. We would have loved to have done that before but we just didn't know how to."Elsewhere the squelchy, deliciously undulating "In My Head" about one of Aluna's close friends is a slow-burn masterpiece that steadily builds into an eerie dance behemoth complete with big synth strings ("the 50 Cent strings" as George calls them), while the John Hill collaboration, "Temporary Magic", is vintage AlunaGeorge, all cascading synths, chopped up vocals and a lilting central melody. "Full Swing", meanwhile, is about "a woman who, in my head is maybe a sports woman, and it's an imaginary scenario where the man in that relationship is fully supportive of that person putting all their efforts into achieving what they can achieve." It also represents one of the lyrical themes that permeates the album as a whole. "There's an element lyrically about me trying to embrace some real confidence as a woman and applying it rather than just having it in my head as a concept," Aluna says. "A situation happened where I really really forgot that I had any power and it scared me so much because I realised there was still a lot of work to do to really know that in a tricky moment all you have to do is stand up for yourself." Keen to keep the songs universally accessible, most of them are observations from real scenarios. "My thing with writing by yourself is that it can become so self-indulgent, and we're a duo not a solo act so I'll always want those songs to have the space created for some perspective. I'm not going to get up on stage and sing these tales of woe that no one else can relate to because they're trapped in my own perspective. That's not what I'm about."Perhaps the album's biggest surprise is "Mediator", which does away with the electronics in favour of live drums, bass, guitar and a low-slung groove more akin to vintage 70s soul. "George just had this need to do a song like this and he obviously had some sort of vision for it," laughs Aluna. "I struggled with it for a while because it's quite uncompromising. It was one of those moments where it was really George's baby and he's done it so well so now I love it." For George, as ever, it was about experimenting and keeping things fresh: "That song had a completely different production to it at first but I wanted to try something new with it." In many ways, Mediator about helping out a heartbroken friend you're secretly in love with is a microcosm for the album; bolder, more instinctively experimental, but still retaining that core songwriting brilliance to make it all work. "Me and George just love a classic song," Aluna states. Luckily, they've made a whole album's worth. at SOhO Restaurant and Music Club 1221 State Street Suite 205 Santa Barbara, United States
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  8. Built To Spill Event on 2016-06-02 19:00:00 with Lenguas Largas, Whispering Wires, Alabama Deathwalk
    Twenty years on from first signing to Warner Bros. Records, Built To Spill is set to return in 2015 with its eighth studio album, Untethered Moon. Thats now two complete decades that one of Americas leading indie rock bands has happily made its home on a major label, and in the process redefined that clumsy descriptor of independence by operating wholly and consistently under its own steam, taking the proper time to craft timeless songs and playing endless, epic shows to a growing grip of fans each year. Under the command of its constant leader, Doug Martsch, as well as a new rhythm section, Built To Spills creative process continues to ebb, flow and evolve in its own orbit, reemerging on record for the first time since 2009s There Is No Enemy with ten new songs that fit at once into the bands resonant catalog while infusing fresh energy into that signature sound.In the summer of 2012, Martsch and his longtime bass player Brett Nelson and drummer Scott Plouf recorded an albums worth of new songs and then went on tour. Martsch was unsatisfied with his performance on the recordings, feeling that he had had too few eureka moments in the studio and planned to tweak his parts after tour. Then, citing tour burnout, Nelson and Plouf quit the band, leaving Martsch to scrap the recordings and essentially start over. Adding longtime musical comrades Jason Albertini on bass and Steve Gere on drums, and along with guitarists Jim Roth and Brett Netson, the new Built To Spill emerged a month after reforming to play more shows in 2013 than any other year in the bands existence. Energized by the new blood as well as marathon rehearsal sessions, Martsch decided to revisit the recording process as a trio, without the other guitar players. With fewer people its easier to focus and communicate during the songwriting process, says Martsch. Also we wanted to make the record a little more stripped-down, a little rawer than our last one. Over much of the next year, the band would travel to Portland, Oregon, to record with producer Sam Coomes, the Quasi founder whose keyboard playing appears on several earlier Built To Spill albums. Working with Sam was awesome. He would come to rehearsals and take notes and record us on various little devices. He had ideas for the songs, structural changes, and things like that, but most importantly, he was enthusiastic. We had rehearsed a ton and were maybe losing perspective a little, so to have someone we admire and trust telling us we were on the right path was huge. He also shared our vision of leaving out shit thats not necessary. Acknowledging the intricate, bombastic drumming from Gere and Albertinis effortless ability to keep it in the pocket and move the song along, Martsch found inspiration and confidence. He completed the songwriting with his usual method of piecing together scraps of guitar and instrumental parts from tapes of jams from previous eras of creation, along with the easy cohesion of the trio on new material, which they had practiced and demoed endlessly before setting foot in the studio. When we get together and pick up our instruments, I always believe that something magical is going to happen. And it often does, but its a magic that maybe only we can feel, in the moment, and doesnt necessarily translate to tape or to other people. So we keep messing with it until it feels like real music to us. The songs evolve over a long period of time through trial and error. Theres a lot of ideas that dont go anywhere, and its just a matter of leaving them out and including the things that work. Whether a call by Coomes to abandon a trumpet in favor of a tripped-out guitar, or a killer drum beat evolving from a simple exercise pattern, or even a coincidentally connected artistic inspiration from Alejandro Jodorowsky, the tarot and a photograph of pets, there was no shortage of eureka moments during the making of Untethered Moon.The album begins with the hard-hitting trio of All Our Songs, Living Zoo, and On the Way, songs that are as complex and compelling as anything on previous Built To Spill outings. Ripping solos, warm tones, vague and familiar Martsch themes of subconscious connection, human commonality and memory, Neil Young influencesits all there. Never Be The Same is a song from Martschs past, redone and encouraged by Coomes, while C.R.E.B. is a meditation on the scientific process of forgetting. The album ends with the eight-minute standout When Im Blind, with solos echoing in and out of a drum-tight jam held down to perfection by the new guys. All in all, its the unmistakable sound of Built To Spill, but with a new energy that hearkens back to Martschs beginnings all those years ago in Twin Falls, Idaho. Two decades on a major label and even more as a successful musician, the fire and focus havent changed for Martsch in the least. We like making music and that's why we do this. Of course if everyone else hates this record, well be bummed. We are trying to make music that people will enjoy. at Tricky Falls 209 S. El Paso Street El Paso, United States
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  10. TITUS ANDRONICUS Event on 2016-05-19 20:00:00 with LA SERA, NANAMI OZONE
    In July of 2005, the rock band Titus Andronicus made their first live appearance, performing for a few friends in an unfinished basement. The ensuing decade would see nearly 800 shows, 18 members, and the release of three full-length albums and 14 7-inches, as the group rose from their obscure beginnings in the tri-state DIY scene to the heights of international "indie stardom," only to (nearly?) throw it all away in a vicious cycle of depression and decadence. The culmination of that ten-year journey is The Most Lamentable Tragedy.The Most Lamentable Tragedy [hereafter TMLT] is the fourth studio album by Titus Andronicus [hereafter +@] and the band's debut for Merge Records. A rock opera in five acts, it will see release on the 28th of July 2015 as a digital download, double CD, and triple vinyl LP. "[In July 2005] I turned 20 years oldI started the band and closed the door on my teenage years," says singer/songwriter Patrick Stickles, "and on July 28th this year, I'm turning 30. Putting out this record is my way of closing the door on my twentiessharing what I have learned, sorrowing what I learned too late."TMLT was produced by frequent collaborator Kevin McMahon and +@ lead guitarist Adam Reich. The core band is rounded out by the long-standing rhythm section of Eric Harm (drums) and Julian Veronesi (bass) plus hotshot rookie guitarist Jonah Maurer. Joining the lads throughout are veteran pianist Elio DeLuca and luminous Canadian violinist Owen Pallett, beside a colorful cast of special guests representing some of the New York scene's most exciting bands (The So So Glos, Baked, Bad Credit No Credit, Lost Boy?, etc.).The central narrative of TMLT ("a work of fiction," Stickles says, looking away) concerns an unnamed protagonist whom we meet in the depths of his decrepit despair. Following an encounter with his own doppelgnger (an enigmatic stranger, identical in appearance though opposite in disposition), long held secrets are revealed, sending our protagonist on a transformative odyssey, through past lives and new loves, to the shocking revelation that the very thing that sustains him may be the very thing to destroy him.Hardly the rambling mess its 29 tracks and 93:44 runtime might suggest, TMLT is a miracle of structural integrity and symmetry. The complete sequence of five "acts" will present a cohesive vision the likes of which few rock groups would have the self-esteem (let alone the chops) to even consider attempting, while the division of these acts, and the special care taken to give each its own sonic and thematic identity, will grant the listener the ability to ration or binge according to their pleasure. Across these five acts, we watch the passage of four seasonsthe desolate desperation of winter melts away under the warm hope of approaching spring, just as the sticky fumes of the big city summer dissipate when autumn brings its comforting colors, and with them, the knowledge that they will fade, that all will fall and decay.Still beyond the linear legibility of its seasonal motif, TMLT creates a universe that begs to be explored, an interlocking cycle of phases and recurrent events. "The first half is the second half in reverseholding the first up to the mirror, we see the second," explains Stickles, feverishly. "Like our universe, it expands outward in every direction. It contains our most ornate arrangements and our most spare, our most uplifting music and our most bleak. With equal fervor we strive to show you +@ at our most beautiful and our most brutal, our most polished and our most raw." All these factors contribute to what Stickles identifies as "a certain bipolar quality.""It should always be the dearest hope of the Artist that the Art they create could have been created by no one else," Stickles says suddenly, unprompted, "and that if it cannot be adored, it should be despised. Cast wide the poles! +@ is undaunted and TMLT will not be quietly abided."Nor can it be deniedTMLT is the pinnacle and the missing piece, both the crown jewel of the band's discography and the legend that contextualizes their entire body of work. It reveals that +@ are what hardcore fans have said they are for years, and what the world must now recognize them to be: not merely the greatest rock and roll band of this era, but one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time. at The Rebel Lounge 2303 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, United States
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  12. Built To Spill Event on 2016-06-03 20:00:00
    Twenty years on from first signing to Warner Bros. Records, Built To Spill is set to return in 2015 with its eighth studio album, Untethered Moon. Thats now two complete decades that one of Americas leading indie rock bands has happily made its home on a major label, and in the process redefined that clumsy descriptor of independence by operating wholly and consistently under its own steam, taking the proper time to craft timeless songs and playing endless, epic shows to a growing grip of fans each year. Under the command of its constant leader, Doug Martsch, as well as a new rhythm section, Built To Spills creative process continues to ebb, flow and evolve in its own orbit, reemerging on record for the first time since 2009s There Is No Enemy with ten new songs that fit at once into the bands resonant catalog while infusing fresh energy into that signature sound.In the summer of 2012, Martsch and his longtime bass player Brett Nelson and drummer Scott Plouf recorded an albums worth of new songs and then went on tour. Martsch was unsatisfied with his performance on the recordings, feeling that he had had too few eureka moments in the studio and planned to tweak his parts after tour. Then, citing tour burnout, Nelson and Plouf quit the band, leaving Martsch to scrap the recordings and essentially start over. Adding longtime musical comrades Jason Albertini on bass and Steve Gere on drums, and along with guitarists Jim Roth and Brett Netson, the new Built To Spill emerged a month after reforming to play more shows in 2013 than any other year in the bands existence. Energized by the new blood as well as marathon rehearsal sessions, Martsch decided to revisit the recording process as a trio, without the other guitar players. With fewer people its easier to focus and communicate during the songwriting process, says Martsch. Also we wanted to make the record a little more stripped-down, a little rawer than our last one. Over much of the next year, the band would travel to Portland, Oregon, to record with producer Sam Coomes, the Quasi founder whose keyboard playing appears on several earlier Built To Spill albums. Working with Sam was awesome. He would come to rehearsals and take notes and record us on various little devices. He had ideas for the songs, structural changes, and things like that, but most importantly, he was enthusiastic. We had rehearsed a ton and were maybe losing perspective a little, so to have someone we admire and trust telling us we were on the right path was huge. He also shared our vision of leaving out shit thats not necessary. Acknowledging the intricate, bombastic drumming from Gere and Albertinis effortless ability to keep it in the pocket and move the song along, Martsch found inspiration and confidence. He completed the songwriting with his usual method of piecing together scraps of guitar and instrumental parts from tapes of jams from previous eras of creation, along with the easy cohesion of the trio on new material, which they had practiced and demoed endlessly before setting foot in the studio. When we get together and pick up our instruments, I always believe that something magical is going to happen. And it often does, but its a magic that maybe only we can feel, in the moment, and doesnt necessarily translate to tape or to other people. So we keep messing with it until it feels like real music to us. The songs evolve over a long period of time through trial and error. Theres a lot of ideas that dont go anywhere, and its just a matter of leaving them out and including the things that work. Whether a call by Coomes to abandon a trumpet in favor of a tripped-out guitar, or a killer drum beat evolving from a simple exercise pattern, or even a coincidentally connected artistic inspiration from Alejandro Jodorowsky, the tarot and a photograph of pets, there was no shortage of eureka moments during the making of Untethered Moon.The album begins with the hard-hitting trio of All Our Songs, Living Zoo, and On the Way, songs that are as complex and compelling as anything on previous Built To Spill outings. Ripping solos, warm tones, vague and familiar Martsch themes of subconscious connection, human commonality and memory, Neil Young influencesits all there. Never Be The Same is a song from Martschs past, redone and encouraged by Coomes, while C.R.E.B. is a meditation on the scientific process of forgetting. The album ends with the eight-minute standout When Im Blind, with solos echoing in and out of a drum-tight jam held down to perfection by the new guys. All in all, its the unmistakable sound of Built To Spill, but with a new energy that hearkens back to Martschs beginnings all those years ago in Twin Falls, Idaho. Two decades on a major label and even more as a successful musician, the fire and focus havent changed for Martsch in the least. We like making music and that's why we do this. Of course if everyone else hates this record, well be bummed. We are trying to make music that people will enjoy. BUILT TO SPILL:Doug Martsch guitars, vocals / Brett Netson guitars / Jim Roth guitars / Brett Nelson bass / Scott Plouf drums at The Paper Tiger 2410 North Saint Mary's Street San Antonio, United States
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    Secretly Canadian and Lead Riders have teamed up to present vital new music from exciting newcomers Whitney who are offering a first glimpse of whats to come in 2016 with No Woman. In spite of its own lost soul whistfulness, theres something immediately comforting and simple at the core of No Woman, the latest sonic missive from Chicagos Whitney. Its as soothing to your musical memory as the first two bars of The Chordettes Mr. Sandman. Its as unfettering and wind-through-your-hair of Americas Pacific Coast Highwayalbeit here in an edible-induced cruise control. Drummer/vocalist Julien Ehrlichs (ex-Unknown Mortal Orchestra) naked, soft-edged falsetto charmingly guides us through this breakup bender amid subdued strings and velveteen horn section bursts: I left drinkin on the city train to spend some time on the road/Then one morning I woke up in LA, caught my breath on the coast/Ive been going through a change/I might never be sure/Im just walking in a haze/Im not ready to turn. With writing partnership of Ehrlich and Max Kakacek (guitar, ex-Smith Westerns), Whitney has given us an anthem for moseying on and forgiving yourself of your many fumbles. Julien explains, No Woman started to take shape when I woke up on a friends floor one morning. He was taking a shower and the chorus popped into my head while I was grabbing my stuff to go home. Later on Max and I sat down and wrote the chords and song structure in our apartment. Its about losing the love of your life and being thrown into an aimless journey because of it. This is a feeling that pervades the collection of songs the band has written and recorded over the last year, and has prepped for later in 2016. at Baby's All Right 146 Broadway New York, United States
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  16. Built To Spill Event on 2016-05-20 20:00:00 with American Culture
    Twenty years on from first signing to Warner Bros. Records, Built To Spill is set to return in 2015 with its eighth studio album, Untethered Moon. That's now two complete decades that one of America's leading "indie rock" bands has happily made its home on a major label, and in the process redefined that clumsy descriptor of independence by operating wholly and consistently under its own steam, taking the proper time to craft timeless songs and playing endless, epic shows to a growing grip of fans each year. Under the command of its constant leader, Doug Martsch, as well as a new rhythm section, Built To Spill's creative process continues to ebb, flow and evolve in its own orbit, reemerging on record for the first time since 2009's There Is No Enemy with ten new songs that fit at once into the band's resonant catalog while infusing fresh energy into that signature sound.In the summer of 2012, Martsch and his longtime bass player Brett Nelson and drummer Scott Plouf recorded an album's worth of new songs and then went on tour. Martsch was unsatisfied with his performance on the recordings, feeling that he had had too few "eureka moments" in the studio and planned to tweak his parts after tour. Then, citing tour burnout, Nelson and Plouf quit the band, leaving Martsch to scrap the recordings and essentially start over. Adding longtime musical comrades Jason Albertini on bass and Steve Gere on drums, and along with guitarists Jim Roth and Brett Netson, the new Built To Spill emerged a month after reforming to play more shows in 2013 than any other year in the band's existence. Energized by the new blood as well as marathon rehearsal sessions, Martsch decided to revisit the recording process as a trio, without the other guitar players. "With fewer people it's easier to focus and communicate during the songwriting process," says Martsch. "Also we wanted to make the record a little more stripped-down, a little rawer than our last one." Over much of the next year, the band would travel to Portland, Oregon, to record with producer Sam Coomes, the Quasi founder whose keyboard playing appears on several earlier Built To Spill albums. "Working with Sam was awesome. He would come to rehearsals and take notes and record us on various little devices. He had ideas for the songs, structural changes, and things like that, but most importantly, he was enthusiastic. We had rehearsed a ton and were maybe losing perspective a little, so to have someone we admire and trust telling us we were on the right path was huge. He also shared our vision of leaving out shit that's not necessary." Acknowledging the intricate, bombastic drumming from Gere and Albertini's effortless ability to "keep it in the pocket and move the song along," Martsch found inspiration and confidence. He completed the songwriting with his usual method of piecing together scraps of guitar and instrumental parts from tapes of jams from previous eras of creation, along with the easy cohesion of the trio on new material, which they had practiced and demoed endlessly before setting foot in the studio. "When we get together and pick up our instruments, I always believe that something magical is going to happen. And it often does, but it's a magic that maybe only we can feel, in the moment, and doesn't necessarily translate to tape or to other people. So we keep messing with it until it feels like real music to us. The songs evolve over a long period of time through trial and error. There's a lot of ideas that don't go anywhere, and it's just a matter of leaving them out and including the things that work." Whether a call by Coomes to abandon a trumpet in favor of a tripped-out guitar, or a killer drum beat evolving from a simple exercise pattern, or even a coincidentally connected artistic inspiration from Alejandro Jodorowsky, the tarot and a photograph of pets, there was no shortage of eureka moments during the making of Untethered Moon.The album begins with the hard-hitting trio of "All Our Songs," "Living Zoo," and "On the Way," songs that are as complex and compelling as anything on previous Built To Spill outings. Ripping solos, warm tones, vague and familiar Martsch themes of subconscious connection, human commonality and memory, Neil Young influencesit's all there. "Never Be The Same" is a song from Martsch's past, redone and encouraged by Coomes, while "C.R.E.B." is a meditation on the scientific process of forgetting. The album ends with the eight-minute standout "When I'm Blind," with solos echoing in and out of a drum-tight jam held down to perfection by the new guys. All in all, it's the unmistakable sound of Built To Spill, but with a new energy that hearkens back to Martsch's beginnings all those years ago in Twin Falls, Idaho. Two decades on a major label and even more as a successful musician, the fire and focus haven't changed for Martsch in the least. "We like making music and that's why we do this. Of course if everyone else hates this record, we'll be bummed. We are trying to make music that people will enjoy." at Summit Music Hall 1902 Blake Street Denver, United States
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From the first day of second grade, Chad Butts and I have been bitter rivals. We competed over anything and every little thing. We competed to see who could make the best grades in school. Chad was smart, but I was always better. He never would admit it. We also ran against each other for class president in high school. I beat him easily. We even competed over the a girl named Jennifer in college. After college, we both opened our own adult novelty stores. We sell sex toys and other adult paraphernalia. Our bitter rivalry has continued to this very day.

Jennifer was a very beautiful woman from Hawaii. She loved to wear a flower in her hair. She would also smell like pineapples. She was so fine. Chad and I were crazy about her. We would always try to outdo each other for her affection. We lost touch with her after college, but fate reunited us with her.

She was now a beautiful businesswoman. Her father was a wealthy man looking for investments. I knew that Jennifer could take my company to the next level. We would make the perfect team.

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Started to work on the new site this morning, the boss wants to have it up and running by the middle of next month. I am sort of doubtful about that, but of course I am going to try to give him what he wants. That is not easy to figure out, because he seems to change his mind about what this is about every time I see him. You can tell he is thinking about market research and he has this lucknow seo firm doing some of that for him. He is trying to let other people guide him to where they think he should be. It just seems like he is going to end up running the thing on to the rocks. Of course this is his deal and I am not going to be too broken up about it no matter how it turns out. Like most working guys I am most concerned about how this stuff effects me. At any rate we have just now started to work on the new site. We are working on the templates and I am going to try to do the stuff that the boss wants. I am afraid that he is tiring to make the site do more than it is really going to be practical. I am a pretty good web page designer, but you can only do so much on a site before it starts to become unmanageable. If you overwork the site and turn it in to a bloated corpse, that turns out to be a really poor experience for the user. You do not want that. In fact you want to make a web page which is nimble and does exactly what it needs to do. It does not need to a lot of extra stuff.

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I have started on this project without really thinking about how complicated a task it really would be. Of course being a Westerner I do not think about all of the other types of music that come from other countries. You can look at a site like songs pk and see that there are a lot of variety of music just in South Asia. They have a couple of categories of music which I have not ever heard of over there. In fact in South Asia they have half a dozen major cultures with their own major language. In Pakistan and Afghanistan there is the Pashto or Pashtun, who are one of the largest ethnic groups in the world without their own state. Of course those two states have no interest in having that sort of thing. In the South of India there the Tamils, who also occupy much of Sri Lanka and fought for generations for their own country.

The point is that if you want to categorize all of the types of music you are up against a really big task. In point of fact there are hundreds of regional genres of music in the USA. In Deep South you have the Blues, the Mississippi Delta Blues if you like. They have Zydeco and Country Blues and they call it Swamp Blues when you talk about Louisiana blues artists like Slim Harpo and Lightning Slim. In North Carolina and Tennessee they call it the Piedmont Blues, with the most famed artists being Blind Boy Fuller and Brownie McGhee. Of course they have all sorts of mountain music up and down the Blue Ridge Mountains. Most of these forms have roots in Gospel music, although it is obvious from some accounts that religious people opposed other forms of music as inspired by the Devil.

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I always said I was not going to be the type of parent who let her kids play a lot of video games, but I almost took it too far in the other direction. I realized that there has to be a healthy balance, because it is just what kids like to do today. In my day, we liked to go outside and play ball or visit friends. It's just a different time now though, and i finally relented that we could look for high speed Internet for Coos Bay OR.

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If you're around my age then you probably remember the good old days of dial up internet. It was all we had but boy was it slow. I remember sitting and waiting for several minutes just for one picture to fully load. Then you'd have to listen to that obnoxious dial tone every single time you logged in. Those were those days. Thankfully you can get much better internet these days and you don't have to break the bank to do it. Depending on where you're at, you probably have many options that you can pick from when it comes to internet service providers. Some are better than others and some are huge companies while others are smaller and local. A lot can go into deciding which service provider you want.

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