Monday, August 5, 2013

mucha música Monday: social media playlist

From London

Twitter via @michael_boylan

Through the Porthole Episode 2. Second Life Bikes from Michael Boylan on Vimeo.
Directed and Edited by Michael Boylan

Second Life Bikes(formerly known as The Bike Church) is a biking community center in Asbury Park where people connect to each other, build skills, join group bike rides, learn bike safety, and create bike art and custom designs that can support new social enterprises. Our mission is to get more people (especially youth) on bikes, more often, while encouraging people to repurpose old bikes and bike parts, rather than discard them.

Second Life Bikes |
Asbury Anchor  |

Anthony's Putsch: King of the world
via @dirtycyclist

From Tim, long time cyberamigo

i love seeing new videos by CDZA, first found them back in April this year. via the youtube monthly emails:

An awesome set of New Orleans beats by longtime reader, twitter pal y fellow super A's fan Andy K. Here we go:
Trombone shorty – SO GOOD!

Automatic mood enhancer:

“The Subdudes are an American roots rock group from New Orleans. Their music is a blending of American folk, swamp pop, New Orleans rhythm and blues, Louisiana blues, country, cajun, zydeco, funk, soul and gospel with harmonic vocals.” [wiki]

and boogie woogie's finest Dr. John:

+a clip from “TREME by HBO” w/The Hot 8 Brass Band and a live performance [embedding disabled]
link → The Hot 8 Brass Band: “New Orleans After The City” | Treme Season 2
link → Hot 8 Brass Band - New Orleans (Live from Pickathon 2012)

thank you for reading,


  1. Cool, 'Luscious Jackson ' !!!!! I had this album when it came out !
    Great party music ......... :)

  2. Thanks Meli! You made my day, as I sit here at work, boppin' in my chair chowing on my leftovers! This must be heaven.

  3. Hello, Meli!

    Quite a long time without being hearing any piece of news from you, but I am quite happy to see and to follow your musical and bicycle adventures!
    SIncerely yours,



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