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  • Ingrid D. Johnson | mindyourmind.ca
    the most effective in getting the message across to people Before I became a singer songwriter my poetry and spoken word was the most powerful medium for me to share my story and get the word out However since I started songwriting and singing I am able to reach out to a more diverse audience because music is so universal From your interview with Stylus magazine and on your YouTube page I ve read that you have dealt with experiences of childhood sexual abuse and that it is because of your deep Christian faith that you were able to be so open about these experiences What would you suggest to someone who does not have a religious faith to help them begin a process of opening up or recovery from a traumatic experience I would suggest that they begin the process of opening up or recovering from a trauma with someone that they trust for emotional support and in an environment they feel safe being vulnerable Talking about it is the first step You have been quoted as saying Inspire those wounded by childhood sexual abuse and other forms of trauma to do more than just survive their past to overcome it How would you describe the difference between surviving past trauma and overcoming it Surviving your past is different from overcoming it because when I was just surviving I did very unhealthy things like smoke drink jump from romantic relationship to relationship self medicate ETC just to cope with the trauma from my past I was always just trying to get through my life and never really living and enjoying my life I was afraid all the time and I lived based on my emotions which led to bad choices in everything I also felt numb inside a lot and when I wasn t numb I felt depressed I wanted to die Life was a burden I had no joy no peace No one understood me and I hated being in the world I always felt a strong sense of injustice and rage all the time For me overcoming has meant having hope and placing all of my faith in Jesus Christ It means having a relationship with God that fills me up with love peace wisdom and a strong sense of security no matter what may be happening in my life It means having love and respect for God others and also myself It means showing compassion to people who are hurting and broken hearted because I know what it is like I know what it is like to struggle with suicide I know what it is like to feel like you are going crazy I know what it is like to thirst and crave for true love and understanding I know what it is like to be rejected and betrayed I know what it is like to be used and abused I also know what it is like to be hated I know what it is like

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/ingrid-d-johnson (2015-12-28)
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  • The Black Dahlia Murder | mindyourmind.ca
    on their Canadian tour Formed in Michigan in 2000 the band has put out 5 albums to date and refer to their genre as Melodic Death Metal Check out the poutine challenge Brian gave to himself while in Canada and what music he likes to listen to on his personal time He says everyone has bad days and says it s important to go do something else if you re

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/black-dahlia-murder (2015-12-28)
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  • All Time Low | mindyourmind.ca
    of the day what makes you happy is what you should focus your time on What inspired you to become musicians Watching Blink 182 s The Urethra Chronicles Watching that DVD really made us want to pursue music as a career The band has been together for many years now How do you manage to keep the spark alive At this point in our career this band has become a family Not just the band but our crew has become a very important part of All Time Low We ve been fortunate enough to hire our friends and it s that family dynamic that has continued to breathe life into our band You have been constantly touring since graduating back in 2006 and even before that spending much of your time all together and never having any me time so how do you manage to make me time while on the road Since we ve been doing this for some time now we ve learned when people need space We re all very sensitive of people s personal space Sometimes escaping to your bunk with an ipod and headphones is the best way to get some space and privacy Your parents played a substantial role with helping you start your career driving you all over the place to play concerts while giving you enough space to grow Now that they are not on the road with you all the time who are your primary support groups Each other Our crew Friends we ve made along the way We re a very self contained unit We genuinely like each other and we always talk to each other What advice would you give a fan who might be going through a tough time It will get better It always does A lot

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/all-time-low (2015-12-28)
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  • Harlem Globetrotters | mindyourmind.ca
    Globetrotters professional basketball player Buckets Blakes developed a love of basketball by the age of five Watching his hometown team the Phoenix Suns from Phoenix Arizona play Blakes made his own hoop by cutting a hole in his dad s hat to shoot a tennis ball through He s in his tenth season with the Globetrotters and has achieved a degree in psychology during his basketball career making the Dean s List three times Passionate about working with and mentoring kids Blakes loves presenting the Globetrotters CHEER For Character program After his playing days he sees himself running his own gym and helping kids build character and self esteem through sports mentoring He encourages young people to Be the best you that you can be because it s very difficult to try and be someone else In our interview Buckets shows us his favourite basketball trick and says that sports can have a positive influence in anybody s life that sports allows you to involuntarily develop life skills When we asked him about tough times he said the important thing to know is that they don t last forever and that the storm is eventually gonna end Questions by mindyourmind

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/harlem-globetrotters (2015-12-28)
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  • MTV The Buried Life | mindyourmind.ca
    Solve a crime or capture a fugitive Become a licensed minister Give a stranger a 100 bill Sleep in a haunted house Ask out the girl of your dreams Visit Folsom Prison Help deliver a baby These and many more are items off of The Buried Life cast s bucket list The Buried Life started in a garage in Victoria B C when four friends were fed up with being bored and wanted to do something different about it So they borrowed an RV bought a camera on eBay threw a party to raise money for gas and hit the road for two weeks one summer They set out to cross items off their bucket list and help a stranger achieve one of their dreams every time they achieved one of their own Everywhere they went they asked the question What do you want to do before you die Their road trip turned into an MTV show and six years later they are still travelling around the world doing cool things When Duncan and Ben came to speak at Western University mind your mind volunteer Oline was very excited to meet the guys and interview them about their awesome show

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/mtv-buried-life (2015-12-28)
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  • Groundbreaking Ceremony | mindyourmind.ca
    cases it has happened and more a result of the obstacles that can get in the way in life that try to hold you back You can t let anyone stop you from what you feel is right in your heart No matter what Life has been seemingly ganging up on us for the last two years or so and admittedly we re sure a lot of people feel like that from time to time and it just seems like it s all there to tell you You can t do that or You can t do this We say To Hell with that Don t tell me what I can t do What are some of your musical inspirations and influences A lot of what inspires us musically and influences us comes from what our fans are listening to Just like most people don t listen to the same genre of music ONLY or with prejudice anymore we don t really want to write music of one genre ONLY At the end of the day we re four dudes with musical influences that really range from hardcore to pop and everything in between How do you marry that really other than deciding that some things sound good together and some things don t It can t always be about implementing a perfected vision of what you want a song to be Sometimes you just have to see where the music takes you and we hope that s something that people get from us when they hear our music Your lyrics are honest heartfelt and full of meaning is there one person who writes the songs or do you write them together as a band I Jonnie write the majority of the songs A former member wrote Don t Be A Dream when he was still a part of the band but every other song on the record s lyrics were written by me I appreciate hearing you feel that they re honest heartfelt and full of meaning I know sometimes certain lyrics can come across as juvenile or trite but really every line is meant to be analyzed Words come with a great deal of gravity behind them and I think people lose sight of that sometimes in lieu of wanting to sound witty or clever and there s nothing wrong with that either But sometimes I like to write so that every line or sentence is meant to be reflected upon I ve read that your song Psalm 51 was written for a friend who has passed away In addition to dedicating a song to him her how else have you dealt with the passing and with the process of moving forward This is a pretty good question and one that I wish came about more often My friend Chris passed away on February 29th this year because he committed suicide It s really hard for me to deal with that some days because when we were around

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/groundbreaking-ceremony (2015-12-28)
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  • Bison B.C. | mindyourmind.ca
    in our music and that comes directly from us Every single note and chord we play is a reactionary statement to anyone who ever wronged us We grew up in an era when there were very distinct roles assigned by our education system through which youth could assimilate themselves into society academics sports or arts As a student focused on either academics or sports one would be endlessly encouraged by their superiors We however were all artistic students As such I personally found myself ridiculed by my peers and superiors Pushed out from the inner circle we all sought refuge among a small dedicated group of like minded friends We were called punks and freaks and with each other s support we learned to strive for a satisfaction that existed beyond the acceptance of the same peers that alienated us in the first place You have a new album Lovelessness coming out this Fall on October 22 What does the title of the album signify And what are some things we can look forward to from the new album James came up with the title Lovelessness I m not too sure where he got it from but I feel like it reflects the day to day struggles of life love and loss We could all relate to it and thought it fit the songs that we had collected for the new record I feel like the songs on this record are more concise than on previous records They all fit together in some strange way despite their stylistic differences This album not only sounds dirtier than our last few records but it s emotionally more raw as well I guess it s been a pretty difficult year for all of us in our personal lives How do you hope your music will affect others Personally I can only hope that our music will affect people in the same way that I was affected by the music I grew up on Despite feeling an unrelenting sense of hopelessness throughout my adolescence I found music that gave me hope and inspiration I sought out and absorbed any music that to me conveyed honesty and sincerity In a way I became completely obsessed with any music that I could relate to in some way be it either lyrically or through the emotions evoked by the arrangements and chord structures It s nearly impossible to attempt to substantiate the emotion that certain music can evoke within oneself but I can only hope that the music I have helped create has the ability to emotionally connect with someone on some level How do you deal with stress on the road Being on the road is a financially and emotionally exhausting pastime Certain people seem born to travel endlessly perform on command and be ready to perpetually socialize at any given moment Others are slowly driven to madness by the monotony and loneliness Unfortunately more often than not the sanctuary sought by band members is by

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/bison-bc (2015-12-28)
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  • The Atom Age | mindyourmind.ca
    it was meant to be played and experienced Having your own vision and sound is also important So many people think you can t do anything more with Rock N Roll but that s just not true people get lazy and don t try to deviate but when you do that in a genre that s based on individuality and rebellion its suicide The last thing that s important is one very simple thing Fun If it don t make you feel alive and make you wanna shake your ass it ain t Rock N Roll You recently released a new album The Hottest Thing That s Cool What was your favourite song to create off this album Fav song to play live Our favorite song to create was the first track Dig The Future It has this really simple 3 chord power riff that became so much more dynamic when we added everything else to the song it kinda surprised everyone on how it came out Our favorite one to play live is the title track The Hottest Thing That s Cool it mixes a little bit of all our songs into one and sounds evil as hell live You have called yourselves fast food connoisseurs What s your favourite place to eat that you ve discovered while touring Texas BBQ is absolutely the best food you can have There are too many to pick a favorite How do you guys deal with stress while on tour Do you ever get home sick The best way for us is to just keep quiet in the van It helps everyone We each do our own thing like listen on headphones read sleep or work on the computer It gives everyone their space What helps you to relax and chill out

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