As a volunteer programmer, Shawnice wants to assist the station in every way possible. “That includes, spending time doing work that aims to benefit the community. My focus will be heavily on the up and coming, independent scene, because my generation (Generation Y) is now and happening. “Respect the old; embrace the new” is a statement I really want to keep in mind because I definitely want everyone to feel welcomed and find something that they can resonate with. I’m the fresh new ears on the block informing the community on all things music. “Let the music of your life give life back to music.””
About Sound Travels:
Spring of 2013, I wrote my very first concert review on Flying Lotus, Teebs and Thundercat at the Orange Peel in Asheville, North Carolina. Then came along summer, I was asked to create an article about the seven benefits of attending live concerts. Those two pieces are the foundation of Sound Travels. With the raw energy live shows provide, you get to visualize not only the music, but the musician in a different fashion than normal. Centered around live and recorded music, festivals, their culture, art and more; Sound Travels will help shed light on new artists and sounds to a community of avid fans with discerning taste.
Forget all of the stress of the day that followed you here and focus on the music. You’re here now – right where you want to be. My name is Sativa Jones and to be honest, it all started with a highdea.
My first post will be out tomorrow.