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  • Sleepy Turtles | mindyourmind.ca
    Rather they believe that music has the power to share hope love freedom and joy When stressed out Sleepy Turtles rest And when they are depressed they turn to their faith in God This interview is refreshing and lighthearted Read on to learn more about Sleepy Turtles Questions by mindyourmind volunteer Jessica age 22 How would you describe your music to someone who has never heard it before How did you come up with the name Sleepy Turtles How do you work together to create such a cohesive melodic sound I noticed a strong theme with nature would you say that is where your inspiration originates the most Do you have any ulterior motives to making music Such as to bring awareness to any environmental issues What bands musicians have inspired you towards the journey of creating music Your lyrics are very poetic is there one person who writes the songs or do you write them together as a band Which of your songs speaks to you the most and why You refer to Sleepy Turtles as a band threaded in the old tradition of folk humans sharing in the human condition What does this mean to you The release

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/sleepy-turtles (2015-12-28)
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  • My Name Is Kay | mindyourmind.ca
    wellness exercise life experience high school bullying relationship and friendship New Canadian pop artist from Cape Breton Nova Scotia Kay is known for her single My Name Is Kay Set out to make a name for herself as a musician after graduating from high school in 2003 she has created lots of buzz with her hit singles and touring with acts such as Hedley LMFAO and Karl Wolf to name just a few She s upbeat and positive not just in her music but all around mindyourmind volunteer Adi talked with Kay during a tour in London Ontario and got to know the rising star She talks about her experience with high school and that it is NOT always the best time of everyone s life Kay says everyone gets bullied at some point and that we need to remember that everyone just wants to be loved and liked She shares her views on friendship as well as how she finds balance while on tour along with random tid bits Check out the full video interview with Kay Questions by mindyourmind volunteer Adi mindyourmind interview with My Name Is Kay Was this helpful Yes No Submit Tags in all sections

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/my-name-kay (2015-12-28)
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  • Karl Wolf | mindyourmind.ca
    Bite the Bullet Nightlife and a fourth on the way to being released called Finally Free Originally from Beirut Lebanon Wolf grew up in Dubai UAE and Montreal Canada and worked hard to get where he is today in the music industry Karl notes proud of his heritage that his song Yalla Habibi must be the first song with an Arabic title to hit the Top 40 in Canada He says It makes me happy to think of Arabic kids here seeing that and going that s the language we use at home and it s on radio and TV It can give them hope for their future in Canada as an immigrant Wolf has toured with artists such as Akon Flo Rida T Pain and Sean Kingston to name just a few He s enjoying being a musician and he says although he didn t always have the support of record labels he has a trick that works for him No matter what happens and no matter how stressful it is you can cry you can break down that day that night as long as the next morning you wake up fresh and ready to go You never carry

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/karl-wolf (2015-12-28)
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  • Susan Aglukark | mindyourmind.ca
    so important was there ever a time when you didn t know who you were What was it like The hardest time in terms of identity crisis was shortly after moving to Ottawa before the singing career started to happen It felt like always being afraid that someone will tell me I am in the wrong place no matter where I was Is it a constant struggle to stay true to yourself throughout life or do you have great strength keeping you clear sighted Most days I am okay there are the odd days every now and again when I doubt myself Nature is such an important part of Northern and Aboriginal Canadians Do you ever turn to nature when your mind is troubled Do you have a place that you go to when you need to escape Nature is a big part of my life I grew up camping and hunting and fishing I go up north to Nunavut at least once a year to go out on the land You are very passionate about your work with Inuit and Aboriginal communities to address the social issues that affect them Can you tell us more about this work and what you hope to accomplish I understand the struggle to make a life for one self wherever that life is I work to focus our goals and dreams to be in the moment to keep believing that anything is possible Would you give some words of wisdom in regards to healing How does one heal One heals when they are truly ready to and then only when they accept that healing happens in stages and that we can only forgive a little at a time it doesn t all just go away we have to be willing to do the

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/susan-aglukark (2015-12-28)
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  • Jason Taff | mindyourmind.ca
    highs If you re just interested in learning more about the disorder Jason Taff gladly dispels tragic stereotypes and explains the real reasons behind bipolar behavior Jason Taff was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at age nineteen Jason is a devoted family member with a passion to share his knowledge and love for others through his writing In our interview we talk to Jason about his experiences with bipolar disorder Questions by mindyourmind Content Developer Diana When how did you realize you needed to get help Did you see a doctor right away Why or why not I realized I needed help when my mom slammed on the car breaks turned the car around and took me to the psychiatric hospital I really knew I needed help when I read through the list of bipolar disorder symptoms and realized I was experiencing most of them What helps you cope with bipolar disorder I cope with bipolar disorder knowing nothing can hold me back Knowing that pain is gain Its not a matter of coping its just life its just how it is I donâ t want to sit around pouting about my disorder my whole life because that does not get me anywhere I have this disorder and I am quite capable human being with it What is NOT helpful It is not helpful dwelling on how horrible I am because of the disorder or how horrible I think I am Itâ s not helpful to get upset that my belly got a little bigger from medication Itâ s not helpful to label myself You wrote a book calledâ Life with Bipolar Disorder a Journey Filled with Godâ Was writing about your experience with bipolar disorder therapeutic for you Looking back on writing that book I had the time of my

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/jason-taff (2015-12-28)
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  • Darrelle London (2012) | mindyourmind.ca
    exercise and self care Gallery Video Feature performer at mindyourmind s 2011 International Youth Day Mash Up and recording artist Darrelle London had a chance to chat with us on the phone upon the release of her exciting new album Eat A Peach She tells us what it was like to collaborate with her long time hero Chantal Kreviazuk on a few songs like Too Good Ceila and Peach and that the album was really about expressing parts of her true authentic self While she says talent is of course essential to enter the music industry she emphasizes how equally important hard work is if you want to be successful When asked what she would want to say to someone who is losing hope Darrelle wants to say that There s always something to look forward to even if it doesn t feel that way The future holds limitless possibilities Listen to the whole interview to find out how Darrelle relaxes and blows off steam what the one thing she can t go on tour without is and more Questions by mindyourmind Youth Outreach Assistant Max mindyourmind interview with Darrelle London 2012 Was this helpful Yes No Submit Tags in

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/darrelle-london-2012 (2015-12-28)
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  • Victoria Duffield | mindyourmind.ca
    star Canadian dance pop singer Victoria Duffield From Abbotsford British Columbia this high achiever looks to achieve perfection in everything she does Not only is she a recording artist but she also maintains a 99 average in high school She tells us in our audio interview that she finds balance through prioritizing Listen to find out how having a strong support system helps her through times and what more she

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/victoria-duffield (2015-12-28)
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  • Aabaraki | mindyourmind.ca
    of obstacles to overcome when you commit to a life of music and try to really get your sounds out to the public It can be the financial strain of getting a project really out into the public via tours PR photos and albums or the simple fact that on tour you WILL need to drive for hours upon hours upon hours to get to where you need to go for the next show Also there can be the strain on personal relationships that sometimes comes from knowing you have to prioritize music most times over basically anything else that s going on in your life to get what you are working on to the next level That being said it s really hard to view anything related to what we do as an obstacle as music is such a labor of love I mean we spend our lives traveling and hopefully getting people to get down and have a good time I can t think of a more fulfilling way to spend your time than that You have a unique funk soul genre What have been some of your major musical influences As a band we definitely run the gamut as far as influence and as we write all the music in a process that includes everybody equally we think it comes across I would say the backbone of where we all come from is Soul music both older and modern Otis Redding Stevie Wonder D angelo ETC From there though we listen to bands and music as diverse as Tears for Fears Busta Ryhymes Screamo music Steely Dan and Experimental jazz That s a pretty basic playlist of a regular day in the tour van Naturally this music seeps into the music we write t and out comes what we like to call Alt Soul I see that your band is based in New York How has big city life influenced your music What s your favorite venue Half of the band was born and raised in New York Brooklyn and the Bronx respectively so the New York life is deeply entrenched in the vibe energy and sound of the band Maybe the biggest influence is the eclecticism of New York where you can see and play the best examples of the styles of music just listed in the above question you can t help but be changed by living in a city like that As far as favorite venue Rockwood Music Hall has been really great to us as a band and is one the finest places to see hear and be around music in New York City I understand that you enjoy touring and playing shows What are your favorite ways to de stress while on tour Just being able to goof around in the van and seeing the sights of whatever city you are in is a good way to chill out on tour You have to make sure you balance the road hardships with

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