This episode Summer and Joanna discuss their favorite teas, current shows and hobbies they’re into, and chat about IGGPPCamp, happening in late July 2020.
Do you love music? Have you ever attended a live concert to experience music? Most of us have. And so most of us can relate to Sarah Pinsker's debut novel, A Song for a New Day.
The ukulele (uke) is a small fretted instrument that, we’ll admit it, kinda looks like a small guitar. Modern ukes were developed from the Portuguese machada (or machete), which was brought over to Hawaii in the 1800s by settlers. Introduced to North America through the Panama-Pacific Expo in 1915, the uke became a popular addition to jazz bands in the 1920s, and has fans all over the world, particularly in Japan.
With the topic of the 90s for this month, I was super stoked! I’m a big music lover (as you should know by now) and [...]
Guitar Hero faded out along with its other music game counterparts by the middle part of the last generations console race. When more adult targeted [...]
That's not only a clever title for this post, but also the album I had the pleasure of previewing. PDX Broadsides, a "nerd folk" band [...]
A bit about this blog series I, like a lot of people, had heard the term Steampunk in passing over the years, have passed people [...]
I have come across several geeky bands in my Internet adventures and I wanted to start doing some interviews with them. To help them promote [...]
Hey music lovers! You're going to love this. Have you ever wished there was a more fun way to discover new music than navigating Pandora [...]
Meri Amber is a geek pop singer songwriter who's songs are lasers, kazoos and ninja style world domination. On the 20th of September she is releasing [...]
How fitting that I would stumble upon this book in some boxes at my parents’ house during music month here at IGGPPC. It’d been a [...]
Aloha IGGPPC Nation! It’s that time of the month again where we announce the theme for our upcoming round! For February we’ve decided that instead [...]
To more than half the population of planet Earth, the barrier between good sound and the most horrendous audio experience of modern times looks a [...]