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  • Mrs. Skannotto | mindyourmind.ca
    founding member who s kept this thing going all this time Also every six months we switch who s having sex with who keeps things fresh You re releasing a brand new 14 track full length album called All These Evolutions Is there a song off the new album that had the most meaning for you We all have different favorites Joe loves Every Day and Free Speech Zone Justin s favorites are New Belief Lost Found and Fair Weather Foe Mike also likes Every Day as well as The Hired Gun and Just As Well We all put a lot into this record Even when one member would write a song there s enough that s new and fresh put into it by the other guys to make everything interesting for us The band is currently out on the road for 40 tour dates with The Toasters You also spent a chunk of 2012 on the Less Than Jake s 20th Anniversary Tour with Reel Big Fish Mad Caddies Flatfoot 56 and A Wilhelm Scream Do you have a favourite moment from these tours so far Too many to name It s been an honor and a thrill to tour with so many of the bands we ve grown up with and to meet newer bands like Flatfoot and Wilhelm on the way This past year has been crazy and we re just getting started How about a memorable story about a fan There was a guy who saw us in Rochester our hometown on the 4th show of the tour He came up to all of us after the gig and said remember this face About a month later down in Albuquerque he showed up again He bought us all drinks knew all of the lyrics told us all his favorite moments on the record Turns out he s from New Mexico was visiting his brother up in Rochester and we and The Toasters were his first ska show Do any of you ever get home sick How do you deal with being away from home for so long Mike would like to answer this one personally Sometimes I dump garbage all over the hotel room and pay one of the maids to yell at me in spanish while I take a cold shower with all my clothes on It reminds me of home How do you deal with stress while on tour Or what helps you relax and get through tough times in general We all know each other well enough to know when someone needs to be left alone All of us deal with road stress differently Alex will set up his kit and drum for a while Joe will go for a walk around whatever town we re in Mike and Dan exercise Justin reads It also helps to eat lots of crappy hotel pastries in the morning and drink all of The Toasters beer each night Have you found a favourite place to eat

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/mrs-skannotto (2015-12-28)
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  • Unbelievers | mindyourmind.ca
    Need April 2013 produced by Rene D La Muerte The Brains The Mahones We got a chance to chat with them a bit below They tell us they hope their music will convince people to be braver and to speak their truth more Questions by mindyourmind Content Developer Diana You have shared a stage with big names in the punk scene such as The Misfits The Ataris Guttermouth Off With Their Heads The Creepshow The Brains The Real Deal and Arkells to name just a few Is there a best memory that stands out from any of these shows All those bands are so rad it s hard to pick just one band and one memory We ve developed lasting friendships with pretty much everyone you mentioned which is really cool I guess the best thing is becoming friends with the bands that inspire you and that you look up to Also Rene D la Muerte from The Brains produced our latest album He s great What do you do for fun when you re on the road If we get an opportunity walking around and seeing the town where we re playing in is our fave thing to do People watching seeing local landmarks sampling local beers and foods is also great We love being tourists haha What are some of your musical influences And how do you get inspired I grew up listening to a lot of oldies Motown and 80 s pop and then I found the Ramones in my early teens and it was game over Inspiration is everywhere all the time because life has a way of just happening whether you re ready for it or not Songs happen in the same way and so I always have a little voice recorder and a pen

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/unbelievers (2015-12-28)
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  • Incura | mindyourmind.ca
    or genre Theatrical Hard Rock are the words we have been throwing around The music is full of a range of over the top emotional experiences From love to hate aggression satisfaction fear loss The musical and emotion journey is what makes Incura What inspires your song writing and lyrics Life Living life everyday I write about what I see feel and experience on a daily basis I need to feel extremely connected or maybe disconnected from something to write about it I censor nothing and always write honestly about what I believe or don t believe in You ve toured with some amazing bands like Stone Temple Pilots Shinedown and Apocalyptica Do you have any favourite memories from these tours What would you say were some memorable moments Apocalyptica showed us a drink they made by mixing fishermans friends throat lozenges and vodka It s like candy in a cup And made for a crazy few nights on the road Hahaha friendship with other bands and musicians are important to us the best memories are the ones where we really really get to know band members we tour with on a more personal level What s the hardest or most challenging thing for you guys while touring And how do you deal with it Touring is challenging in general We know this and really respect each other while we are working together on the road Sleep is very very important In saying that trying not to share the hotel room with the guys who snore louder than a thunder storm is my most challenging hahaha ear plugs and sleep masks save my voice Lots of young people struggle with mental health issues What would you want to say to someone who is feeling down and losing hope You re

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/incura (2015-12-28)
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  • Larra Skye | mindyourmind.ca
    guitar line on my acoustic and Saam Hashemi came up with so many sounds and atmospheric lines on his electric guitar that really take the song to another place My producers came up with the arrangement that includes my voice processed through an old telephone You have described yourself and your musical roots as a girl and her guitar Where does your inspiration to write and make music come from I guess it s something I gravitated to when I was a kid My older siblings were in bands and so I looked up to them I started writing words poems short stories before I knew how to play a guitar so when I started playing music it was a natural progression to start writing songs Are any topics off limits when it comes to lyrics Well that s funny because I always say my fictional songs end up coming true I ll write a character from my imagination and then I might meet that person later on Or I might transform into that character So I have to be careful what I write about It might come true It s the law of attraction Do you have a favourite artist or favourite song I don t have any absolute favourites it changes all the time Right now I am really loving James Blake And I ve been listening to a lot of 70s music Revisiting Queen and all their vocal harmonies You have been quoted as saying This CD most closely captures what I ve always wanted to do musically Musically and emotionally it was everything I could have wanted for this album Would you say that music has the power to transform both the artist and listener Yes music is powerful It brings communities together Without music we

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/larra-skye (2015-12-28)
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  • Holly Elle | mindyourmind.ca
    for FOX s hit series Glee and has released an EP entitled Infinitude A song from the EP entitled Don t Come Home was featured on the finale of MTV s Real World San Diego Look out for her upcoming EP Leopardess which she says is about becoming a strong woman and finding strength through music Questions by mindyourmind volunteer Jessica age 22 Where did your inspiration to write and make music come from Also who are some of your major influences I just have a passion inside me for it It s my way to be creative and express myself I think everyone needs an outlet for that My inspiration is life I m influenced by a huge range of artists spanning many genres and eras The Beatles Mariah Carey Beyoncé Elton John to name a few Are any topics off limits when it comes to lyrics No I m not a big fan of limits Your song Freak was written as a response to all of the teen suicides that have been happening due to bullying What are some of the reactions that you have been receiving for this song and music video I ve had people love it hate it and everything in between Which is to be expected How do you feel about being able to affect and reach others through your music That s the entire point of it to connect with people So when that happens my heart lights up with joy What is some advice you can give to someone who is being bullied and is having a hard time standing up for themselves This too shall pass You will get through it In the meantime take advantage of the many resources online and in your school that offer help That s the

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/holly-elle (2015-12-28)
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  • The GoAround | mindyourmind.ca
    I feel less alone And of course happy songs give me hope and a vision for a brighter future Anthony It gives me a lot of hope and joy to know that I m not in control When sucky things happen I know I can t do anything about it so I should make the best out of it It s important to relinquish a certain amount of control in your life That s the secret of the keys to the answer of the question of the meaning of life as far as I m concerned You strongly believe in standing up against bullying Does your inspiration come from personal experience or from being a witness to bullying Alex Both In elementary school I was very much a loner I had a few friends but I never really fit in so to speak I was also very immature which I am sure didn t help but nonetheless I was just a young kid who wanted to be loved and accepted A lot of the things that were said to me as a kid still ring in my head and often make me insecure as a young adult In middle school I moved to a different school and had a much better experience In high school I was actually somewhat popular but having been a veteran victim of bullying I could see it happening to other kids and it broke my heart I always do my best to make everyone feel welcomed when they are around me Having been so lonely for so many years I would never wish that on anyone and I want to spread a message of hope to isolated kids through my music so that they may feel less alone and develop a sense of hope for their future Anthony It sucks that people always seem to remember more negative words then positive but I guess that s the way we work Somebody has probably said something to you at some point in your life that really hurt you and still hurts you but they probably don t ever remember saying it You ve really gotta make an effort to not cut people down because it could do a lot more damage than was ever intended I hope that I ve said something positive to somebody that has stuck with them ever since Do you think music can change human behaviour or at the very least do you think it can inspire people to make changes Alex Absolutely Music is what got me through all of the toughest seasons of my life As a depressed and suicidal teenager it was an album called Nothing is Sound by the band Switchfoot that turned my whole attitude upside down Golden and The Shadow Proves The Sunshine took away my desire not to live and helped me to visualize myself doing great things with my life It literally saved me If I can do that for even one person through

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/goaround (2015-12-28)
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  • Jonathan Balazs | mindyourmind.ca
    in but that doesnâ t mean we as a society have the right to dismiss and drug a fellow because he says and acts in ways that are very unconventional Psycho pharmacology is just one path to deal with people deemed to have a psychological disorder but I think itâ s become the default mode of treatment in many cases There is a thread that maybe we canâ t answer the question of emotional distress through medical science maybe itâ s not solely levels of serotonin and dopamine What are the limits to this knowledge Addi and Khari are identical twins but only one of them developed schizophrenia Why did you choose to do your documentary on Khari and his family Is there a reason why you chose twins I chose Khariâ s story initially because it was a more interesting film idea than the one I had planned to pitch in the fall semester 2007 I think the fact theyâ re twins is coincidental though I would say that this is a major reason why I was so struck by the circumstances how do two people with the same genetic makeup end up â one with a psychological disorder and one without This seems like a major challenge for a genetic disposition to a diagnostic label like Schizophrenia Your film talks a lot about the harm that stigma attached to mental illness can cause How do you think we can reduce this stigma in our society It wonâ t be easy and I feel pessimistic about it these days especially in light of the tragedy in Newtown CT the attitudes toward mental illness or whatever you want to call it seem to be polarizing toward a pharmacological solution I donâ t know what the solution is to end stigma for psychological disturbed people vs non violent individuals deemed to be diseased all I can do is promote understanding and perhaps illustrate the â œreal worldâ effects of psychological disorders Stigmas seem to come from stereotypes which in turn come from the omission of information and propagation of myths Letâ s try and present the whole picture and maybe people would be less inclined to make sweeping generalizations with regard to mental health In your film there seems to be a main message about psychiatry â that there is a humanistic aspect missing from treatment and that science fails to capture the uniqueness of individuals when they label them with medical terms such as schizophrenia Do you think there is something psychiatrists or the medical system could be doing differently or better What would you like to see changed in our mental health care system I donâ t think that anything I say could or would change anything but I do agree that medicine has no business in existential problems At the same time there are legitimate medical issues that can have a psychiatric impact but itâ s important to not lump all of these issues in a disease cure

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/jonathan-balazs (2015-12-28)
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  • Nicole McCance | mindyourmind.ca
    is taking place I believe in my clients sometimes more than they believe in themselves I have trained myself to let issues go and to focus on the next client Of course self care is important for all mental healthcare professionals I often need my own space because I have been talking to people all day I often take time for myself by reading taking baths and exercising daily I also make sure to have fun and maintain a social life Surrounding myself with positive people is crucial My friends are unbelievable people and having fun with them is such an important part of my life In your new book 52 Ways to Beat Depression Naturally you give people concrete psychological techniques they can do on their own Are there any techniques you have found to be most useful for your clients or for yourself In my practice I rely heavily on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy The book also focuses on CBT techniques as a way of overcoming depression The main theme in the book is about examining and changing the negative thoughts we hold onto I help clients to start noticing the thoughts that are impacting their moods I use reframing techniques a lot so in the moment asking How can I see this differently Often a client will be stuck in negative thought patterns to an unbearable point which is called ruminating In these cases I recommend that they shake up their patterns by doing something differently This could be a temporary distraction participating in an activity to boost motivation a technique called Behavioural Activation or connecting socially It is important that we are not consumed by our negative thoughts because these thoughts are not the truth When we learn to be kinder to ourselves and focus on the good we are able to make lasting change in our moods I also pay attention to nutrition and sleep as both can affect our moods adversely I recommend good sleep hygiene including supplements and a routine as well as ensuring that clients are eating foods that have been proven to have a positive impact on mood For example I have found that Omega 3 whether in food or supplement form can significantly boost psychological well being Vitamin B is also important for motivation and energy Your book focuses on natural ways to combat depression such as relaxation techniques ways to shift negative thinking tips to get motivated and sleep therapy to name just a few without the use of medication What inspired you to focus on natural remedies Many people are nervous about medication out of fear of dependency and possible side effects I understand those fears I feel that a natural approach is much gentler on the body and mind However there are absolutely those suffering from a spectrum of mental issues who need medication to reduce their symptoms Many of my clients combine anti depressant or anti anxiety medication with counselling My first response to depression has always

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/nicole-mccance (2015-12-28)
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