‘Friday! Love!’ Category Archive
The crew at Invisible Children reveal their soundtrack to changing the world. Pretty hilarious.
We’re doing an event with the IC roadies this November as part of their Face-to-Face Tour! It will be allowing people of northern Uganda to tell their stories directly at screenings across the country. Looking forward to seeing them and also helping a local high school set up a new chapter. Find out how you can get involved by checking out their site or stay tuned and join us for one of our upcoming events.
It’s Friday and we’re in love with these links:
1. The Love In Stereo Facebook page is growing! Are you a fan? Join now.
2. Earlier this week we were featured on Parents Magazine’s Goody Blog:
3. Thanks to all of you who are on Tumblr! Our blog is now a featured blog in their directory of non-profits:
4. Don’t let Haiti become “old news”.
Monday is World Water Day. The good people at charity: water created this video to promote their upcoming campaign UNSHAKEN. They want to help put the spotlight back on the needs in Haiti and that’s just one of the many reasons we love them.
5. We’re loving the kids of the PS22 Chorus. Check out their latest, a nice rendition of “Lisztomania” by Phoenix:
6. Coming up we’ll have some really special ways you can continue to help our friends in Port-au-Prince and the surrounding communities. Looking forward to seeing what we can create together!
Have something you’re loving this Friday? Share it below in the comments!
This has been an awesome week for Love In Stereo! A huge Thank You to everyone who helped make it possible — we seriously couldn’t have done it without you. And a extra-special thanks to everyone who has picked up a shirt, and look for another thank you video coming soon. Still haven’t gotten your shirt? Click here to help us help Haiti and get a cool shirt, too.
Here’s a roundup of all the cool stuff that happened this week in the Love In Stereo world:
1. Monday – Artist Interview with Steel Train
Monday kicked off the week on the blog with our interview with Steel Train’s Jack Antonoff. Great interview with a great band that we are all big fans of. Did you miss it? Click here to check it out.
2. Tuesday – Arist Interview – Surfer Blood
This past weekend some of the Love In Stereo crew headed over to Grimey’s in Nashville for the in-store with Surfer Blood. It was an awesome show, and we got a chance to interview the band afterward. If you missed the interview and performances, click here to watch them now.
3. Wednesday – Crafts for a Cause
Wednesday we featured another powerful cause on our blog. This time it was the good folks at Crafts For a Cause. Started by Binki Shapiro from Little Joy, they are creating auctions that will raise money for the relief efforts in Haiti. A bunch of artists have contributed custom-made artwork, including ballet slippers signed by Natalie Portman and sketches by director Spike Jonze. There’s some awesome stuff going on there that we are happy to spread the word about. Click here to read even more about this great cause.
4. Friday I’m in Love Video
We are still looking for entries — just send us a video of you or a friend singing the classic “Friday, I’m in Love” by The Cure, and you just might end up on this very site for the whole world to see! In the mean time, watch this video for a huge dose of inspiration:
5. Free Download, New Music on Tuesday
On Tuesday one of our favorites, Shout Out Louds, came out with a new album, and you can get Passion Pit’s remix of their song “Fall Hard” free right here! Just click here to listen or right click to “Save As…” and get the track for free!
6. Be sure to check back here next week for our interview with Ben Sollee and Daniel Martin Moore, Live at Grimey’s!
7. And look out for more info soon about our event on March 7th in Henderson, TN. Nashville acts Joel Rakes and Shaky Voices will be here. THIS IS GONNA BE AWESOME. More info coming very soon, watch out!
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We’ve said it before, but you people truly are awesome! Thanks for all the kind words and for taking action in spreading the word about this movement. We’re look forward to some exciting things in the coming weeks, and we can’t wait to share with you what all we’ve got coming up!
Together we’re louder.