Last year, three members of our TangleCast podcast team (editor Celetron and on-air talent David and Holly) recorded their renditions of some Christmas classics. Here they are to stream or download! They’re really pretty little clips! David leads worship at his church and studies the craft, Holly was part of a worship team herself, and… Read More Christmas Songs from our TangleCast Podcasters!
Today, George Strait celebrates his 59th birthday. If recognize his name, but aren’t a fan, you may not understand what a major star he was (and is) in country music. His 57 #1 hits are the most of any singer in any genre ever. He was most popular in the 80s and 90s, but was… Read More Strait from the Heart: Anime Set to George Strait
All We Have is Now Cait Plage EP Release Date: 3.29.11 Review On her website, Cait Plage says, “My one goal in life is to share God’s love with you. My days, hours, and moments are numbered and I want to make them count. All I really have is now!” This theme is ever-present on… Read More Music Review: All We Have Is Now by Cait Plage
On March 29, artist, songwriter, and worship leader Cait Plage is releasing All We Have is Now, her new EP. The release “shares what God has placed openly on her heart.” Cait describes herself as a bubble-tea-sipping singer-songwriter who once voiced Japanese anime and loves a good seaweed salad.” I was blessed to have an… Read More Interview with Singer and Voice Actress Cait Plage
Although off topic for my blog, I couldn’t resist writing about this story. Japanator reported in December that Boyz II Men would be releasing a J-Pop CD. Entitled COVERED – Winter-, it released on December 22, and featured covered of artists like EXILE and…Utada Hikaru! That’s right – the three member group (if I remember correctly,… Read More Boyz II Men Cover Utada Hikaru’s “First Love”
The opening of an anime can set the entire tone for a series. A great one will hook an audience (see Neon Genesis Evangelion); a weak one, and producers might lose viewers before the series has even started. Beyond that, an opening needs to be appropriate for the series. One the prettiest and most appropriate… Read More You Raise Me Up