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Mjuzieek Digital is runned by one person, which is DJ | Producer | Label Owner and Club Promoter ROLAND BARTHA (aka Pray for More) from Austria! The labels aim is, to promote and release quality Housemusic with Soul from any corner of the world, finding and developing new talents to break them for a bigger audience. Artists releasing and remixing for the label include Mark Simmons; K-Klass; Audiowhores; Robbie Taylor & Benny Royal; Muzzaik; Jay C; Belocca & Soneec; Lauer & Canard; Blacksoul, ...
 
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It doesn't feel like it should be this hard, yet the Melbourne Demons keep proving us wrong and missed finals again in 2020. Game plan and plan B, these are two things that need to change for the Dees to be a real threat. Add some minor changes to the list and the Dees could be a real threat. We take a look at Melbourne's list build, contracts, fre…
 
The Giants look to have faced their first real challenge in 2020. After improving year on year for some time, and making the club's first ever Grand Final appearance in 2019, they took a giant step backwards in 2020. And unfortunately things don't look much better for the Giants as we head into 2021. Was 2020 a big drop off for GWS, or was 2019 an …
 
Leslie wants to introduce a new slogan for the merger of Pawnee and Eagleton, yet those wacky citizens are voting for joke answers. Meanwhile, Donna and April are helping Tom find a location for his Tom’s Bistro idea, yet they keep stumbling upon terrible places. And Andy learns a secret about Ron Swanson. Plus, Sean is drunk and playing Street Fig…
 
Terri Lyne Carrington’s energetic & fluid way of playing deeply resonates with me. It has a searching quality which always moves the music forward. She always keeps me engaged and wondering what’s going to happen next. When I first saw her live in 1999 with Herbie Hancock’s “Gershwin’s World” project. I still remember that magical feeling of really…
 
Another year, another near enough pass mark for Carlton, although if they don't take another step next year then questions will be asked. They have the young talent, but when will they stop relying on veterans who won't be there when they are a contender? We take a look at Carlton's list build, contracts, free agency, trade and drafting options, as…
 
Leslie tries to tear down a wall between Pawnee and Eagleton, only to unleash a swarm of bees that somehow only stings Eagletonians. And Jamm. There’s a lot of fighting going on in this episode, which may or may not inspire Sean’s top five. Meanwhile, the Unity Concert is starting to come together! Tom and Ben team up to pitch an angel investor on …
 
Let's see if you can guess who the untouchable is, and in fact we don't really make any suggestion of this until the closing statements. Needless to say though, Essendon have been copping some serious heat over the last few weeks, and with a series to key players leaving, it's easy to throw stones. We try not to just join in, instead we look to und…
 
Leslie and Ben are celebrating their anniversary, but Leslie’s too busy trying to manage a spat between Pawnee and Eagleton. That means Larry is the lucky recipient of all of Ben’s thoughtful gifts, including a couples massage, a horse-drawn carriage, and ballroom dancing lessons. Meanwhile, April leaves a mean message about Donna on Yelp, Ron take…
 
We’re saying goodbye to Chris and Ann, and Sean could not be more distraught (mainly about Ann, he’s fine with Chris’s departure). The characters on Parks and Rec are all saying their respective goodbyes — Chris is proud of April, Donna grabs Chris’s butt, and Leslie puts on a party with all the normal and wacky holidays Ann and crew have celebrate…
 
The Dockers have take steps to rebuild over the past 5 years, and they have done a good job of it too. Rookie coach Justin Longmuir has them playing a good brand of football, and the players are improving and building confidence. Our only question is, do the Dockers need to accelerate towards finals, or is slow and steady the right pace? We take a …
 
Hope you’re not too chard-headed this episode because we’re going to the farmers market! There’s an UNCOMFORTABLE amount of chard, including in shot form. Leslie and Ben are in the midst of a government spat with each other, all of Ron’s music is in a rectangle, and Donna and Tom host a whine and cheese club. Peas be kind to others, y’all. Meanwhil…
 
Sullivan Fortner never ceases to amaze me. Whenever I listen to him I feel really inspired. It was around 2011 when my friend Can Olgun hipped me to Sullivan and I’ve been following him ever since. I love his work with Cécile McLorin Salvant, Peter Bernstein, Roy Hargrove, Lage Lund, Guilhem Flouzat and of course his own stuff. Right from the get-g…
 
Leslie is in extra annoying mode this episode, because she realizes she’s designed a well-oiled machine of an office that can operate just fine without her. Ben attempts to prank half the office and the police get involved. You can imagine how Ben gets, since he becomes more incoherent than Dawn Lazarus whenever law enforcement comes around. Meanwh…
 
And so it begins. The Gold Coast Suns at long last have gone through the depths of irrelevance and are coming out shining. The Suns have bright sparks all over the field are for the first time in a long time, the wider football world isn't questioning their every move. Let's hope the offseason changes reinforce that. We take a look at Gold Coast's …
 
It’s Leslie’s last day in the city council office! She’s saying her goodbyes — will there be one last shenanigan before she heads out? Probably. It IS Parks and Rec, after all. Meanwhile, Tom is trying to find his next big investment deal and runs a mini Shark Tank experience for people to share their great ideas. And Ann and Chris debate whether t…
 
Introducing…the Cones of Dunshire! Leslie also uses the insult “dinkhead,” which is a new one to all of us. She’s trying to win her last battle against Councilman Jamm, and it includes a hibachi grill, karaoke, and plenty of shenanigans. We wouldn't expect anything less. Meanwhile, Ron is trying to sell his cabin, and Tom, Donna, and April are all …
 
The Swans have done exactly what the AFL has asked of them, and developed a strong academy pathway in the non-traditional football state of NSW. This has also given the Swans access to some discounted young talents that has accelerated their rebuild, but they need to start looking taller to take the next step. We take a look at Sydney's list build,…
 
The Hawks 2020 list is exactly what a list looks like when you do everything to compete for a flag every year, no matter how your list looks compared to others. That is certainly admirable, and I don't think Hawks fans begrudge the club for trying one last time, but I think we've reached the end of the road with that mentality. The Hawks need regen…
 
Leslie has already been recalled, so it’s time for her to be a loose cannon! This is one of our “Pawneeans are pretty darn dumb” episodes, so hope you’re ready for some stupidity. A full hour of stupidity! Sadly, Ben ends up out of a job by the end of this episode, and it’s all Leslie’s fault. They also seem to forget she still has a job within the…
 
Kris Davis was on my radar ever since I heard her on Tony Malaby’s “Novela” in 2011. I was blown away by Kris’ arrangements and playing on that album and started to check out more of her work. She’s one of my absolute favorite pianists out there and every time I listen to her I get inspired. When I started doing interviews, Kris was on the top of m…
 
Leslie Knope is up for a recall vote! Will she make it out the other side? Let’s find out! It’s also Halloween, despite this episode airing in mid-November. But we don’t need to pay attention to minor details like that. Meanwhile, Annabel Porter, Pawnee’s version of Gwyneth Paltrow, stops by to share some hot tips and recruit Ron Swanson for her Bl…
 
North Melbourne have a surprisingly good youth core developing and some great older players to teach them, but they are still shackled to too many stragglers. Is it time for North to cut free and speed up the regeneration? We take a look at North Melbourne's list build, contracts, free agency, trade and drafting options, as well as who might need t…
 
The Crows had a good offseason in 2018 and 2019. We've called it for 2 years now, and it's got to be more of the same from the Crows to move forward. They've got some great mid career talents for building the next finals team on, they just need to get the rest of the pieces in place and give them time. We take a look at Adelaide's list build, contr…
 
We’re dressing up and celebrating like it’s the 1990s! Well, everyone except April, who thinks we’re in the 1690s. Unfortunately, Leslie has to break away from the festivities so she can filibuster in the midst of city council. Wendy Davis would be proud. Meanwhile, Ron is trying desperately to conquer the Big Buck Hunter video game, much to the de…
 
Joey Baron has been one of my biggest heroes since my teenage years. I saw him live for the first time in 2004 with John Abercrombie’s quartet at the Domicil in Dortmund and I’ll never forget this concert! During that time I was listening a lot to Abercrombie’s quartet album “Class Trip” and John Taylor’s record “Rosslyn” (my favorite JT album). Th…
 
Sean STRONGLY dislikes this episode, and he really ain’t wrong. Donna accidentally tweets out something personal from the Parks and Rec Department’s Twitter account, and faces the wrath of big government. Plus Leslie learns something surprising about her one of her prized employees. Meanwhile, Ben and Ron have the best moments of the episode trying…
 
We’re celebrating 100 episodes of Parks n Wrecked with perhaps our most foolish idea yet — inviting friends on the podcast to answer trivia questions about us. Really, it’s just a humblebrag to prove we have friends. You’ll learn things like Haleigh’s favorite Girl Scout Cookie flavor, the name and breed of Joey’s first pet, and Sean’s most popular…
 
This conversation took place one day after Skúli Sverrisson’s group SERIA appeared at KLAENG Festival in Köln in November of 2019. I hope I’ll never forget what I felt when I heard Skúli’s music that night. As I tell him in the beginning of our talk, this concert reminded me what I love about music. As a longtime fan of Skúli, it was great talk to …
 
So Sean is still sore and unable to sit in front of the microphone for any meaningful length of time, so I thought I'd put together a short solo episode. Sorry if my voice sounds weird at all, I found it hard to talk for 25 minutes without taking any breaks. In this episode I tackled my biases, especially any confirmation bias I have around Essendo…
 
There are so many guest stars in this episode! June Diane Raphael, Sam Elliott, Billy Eichner, Melinda Cohen, and a handful of other folks join the Pawnee crew after the town absorbs Eagleton, but will they all survive until the end of the episode? Magic 8 Ball says all signs point to no. Meanwhile, Ben and Chris are trimming the fat of the Eagleto…
 
My third album GLOW was my first time leading a bigger ensemble with my longstanding trio at its core. Recorded in 2010, it featured multiple harmonic instruments (Kathrin Pechlof on harp & Hubert Nuss on harmonium & celesta and me on piano), multiple basses (Robert Landfermann, Henning Sieverts & Dietmar Fuhr) and multiple horns (Niels Klein & Seb…
 
Pawnee is auditing Eagleton! The once proud city is now…well, less proud. My, how the turntables have turned. There’s also a basketball game happening, featuring a then-29-year-old Chris Bosh playing as a high schooler. Ron is also trying to get off the grid, and turns to Tom and Donna for help. Bet that’ll turn out great! Meanwhile, Ann and April …
 
I grew up listening to John Scofield through my parents who are big fans of his music. So each time we’d go on holidays or just went for a little trip in the car there’d be a cassette with Sco’s music playing at some point during the journey. “Still Warm”, “Hand Jive”, “What We Do”, “I Can See Your House from Here”, “Quiet” and also his records wit…
 
We’re kicking off Season 6 in style: by traveling to London! Most of the crew heads across the pond so Leslie can accept an award and Ben and Chris can hang out with someone that might be dumber than Andy is. Also, Ron and Diane get hitched in perhaps the quickest celebration ever. Meanwhile, Ann has finally gotten pregnant, but nobody seems to car…
 
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