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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Something I’m often asked about is how I’m able to come up with ideas for articles on such a consistent basis. Last week this came up again, as I was a guest on my friend Michelle Blaustein’s online show, Windcatchers, and one of the topics of discussion was the creative process.

After the show, I was inspired to put together a quick list of what I do to most effectively brainstorm. The following are my top six essential creativity habits.

1. Step away from the computer

When we’re on the computer, we have the world at our fingertips. That, however, can create a world of problems, as everything from the internet, to email, are nothing more than distractions when you’re looking to brainstorm ideas.

Being constantly tempted to check social media, and perhaps comment on someone’s photos, or political rant, can easily result in your entire day disappearing with reply after reply.

Your email loves to show you that you have new messages in your inbox, but every reply generates another reply, and once again, before you know it your day is over.

I actually go as far as to close my email every time I’m writing.

Additionally, every website we go to, and every article we read (except this one!), is time taken away from what our minds really need, which is to be clear.

So close your laptop, or put your desktop on “sleep” mode (actually, finish reading this blog post first), step away for a few minutes, or even a few hours, and let your mind be free to roam, instead of giving it tasks to do online.

2. Say no to the smartphone

At this point a lot of folks know I not-so-quietly celebrate the fact that I have still never owned a smartphone. In fact, I use my landline pretty much 100% of the time when making phone calls. My cell phone is basically a texting device, and pocket phone book.

I’m not saying you have to go full on retro, like I do, but if you’re in a creative rut, consider that your smartphone may be playing into it.

I see this all the time on the train. People are staring at their tiny screens, playing simple cell phone games, or scrolling through social media. They’re never giving their mind any time to be open to new ideas.

In other words, your Candy Crush high score could be the reason you haven’t thought of anything to write about recently. So kill your smartphone … or at least turn it off every once in a while. You may be surprised by the results.

3. Hit the gym

Speaking of things people know about me, everybody knows I’m a gym rat. I work out six days a week, and you know what … sometimes I come up with really fantastic ideas for articles, and opening paragraphs, while working out.

This isn’t as strange as it seems. You know how people always wonder why they get great ideas when they’re in the shower, or sitting on the porcelain throne? There’s a simple reason for that – zero mental distractions. That same ideology applies to working out.

When you’re working out it’s just you and the weights, or you and the road ahead during a run. It’s a guaranteed mind-clearing activity. Heck, even something as simple as taking a walk can do the trick.

So if you’re feeling writer’s block, put on a pair of shorts and get to sweating some ideas out of your brain.

As an added bonus, you’ll see other people at the gym, which leads to my next tip …

4. Have a conversation with a friend

I don’t know the exact number, but I’ve come up with a plethora of article ideas – including the idea for this one – while having conversations with friends. In fact, some of my favorite pieces have stemmed from random comments during such conversations.

We’re not actively attempting to talk about work, we’ll just be just BS-ing, and having a normal, friendly, conversation, and then BOOM, an article is born.

So hang out with a buddy, or give them a call (OK, so you may need your phone), just to say hey, and talk sports, or pro wrestling, or music, or whatever else you’re into. You’ll be surprised how it enlivens your mind, and is a fantastic idea generator.

5. Always have a pen and a pad nearby

LL Cool J once rapped, "You want a hit give me an hour plus a pen and a pad," and as a lifelong journalist I always have a pen, and a reporter’s notebook, nearby. I keep them next to my bed, I carry them with me when I’m in the city, and I even have a set in my car.

Again, with the reality that our best brainstorms usually occur when we have a clear mind, you’re going to want to jot down the ideas that come to you right before bed, or during a long drive (pull over before writing those ideas down!), or when you’re walking through your city, or town.

Your mind will be clear, but I guarantee you that your notebook won’t be!

Bonus Tip – Invest in a whiteboard (and by “invest” I mean “spend $10 on”). I have two small whiteboards in my office, and love using them to jot down, and flesh out ideas.

6. Watch a little TV

I know, you may think this would be counterproductive, especially after I advised to step away from the computer. There’s an important difference, however, in the way we interact with the computer, and the TV. With the computer we’re active. We’re posting, we’re replying, we’re emailing, we’re searching, we’re reading. With the TV, we’re, for the most part, vegging out, and vegging out can be good for the soul, and your creative mind.

I’m not saying spend an entire day marathoning a random show, but a little bit of time spent sitting in front of the glowing god could be exactly what your brain needs to power down so it can be open to new ideas.

Those are my personal top six essential creativity habits. If you have a creativity habit of your own you’d like to share, feel free to add it in the comments section.


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Pop Shots – It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
Monday, February 19, 2018

Welcome to your weekly dose of pop world musings. Covering all things pop culture, this week Pop Shots is hitting you with thoughts on everything from Taylor Swift shaking off a frivolous lawsuit, to Chris Brown’s insane tour partner wish list, to the return of Paris Hilton to music, and since this is Pop Shots you know everything is seasoned with a little bit of attitude.

* A California judge ruled in favor of Taylor Swift this past week while simultaneously giving her the most brutal review of her work imaginable. The case in question was about her song “Shake It Off,” as the songwriters behind 3LW's 2001 song “Playas Gon' Play” sued Swift in September, claiming “Shake It Off” infringes on their lyrics. U.S. District Judge Michael Fitzgerald granted Swift’s motion to dismiss the suit, writing, “The lynchpin of this entire case is thus whether or not the lyrics ‘Playas, they gonna play / And haters, they gonna hate’ are eligible for protection under the Copyright Act … [B]y 2001, American popular culture was heavily steeped in the concepts of players, haters, and player haters ... The concept of actors acting in accordance with their essential nature is not at all creative; it is banal.” The judge gave the 3LW songwriters one chance to amend their complaint by February 26th, but chances are he won’t be there to hear it, as he’ll be working his new gig, writing reviews for Pitchfork.

* Singer/producer BOOTS released a four-track EP titled #DARKDAZE this past week, and it includes a Run the Jewels collaboration featuring actress Cristin Milioti titled “Delete Delete.” And that, kids, is the story of how your mother met Matt Hardy.

* Slovenian snowboarder Tit Stante wrote #FreeMeekMill on his board with a Sharpie at the men’s halfpipe qualifiers at the Olympics. Then, much like Meek Mill in a rap battle, he took an L.

* Chris Brown took to Twitter to share his idea for a collaborative world tour, tweeting that he’d love to hit the road with Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, and Rihanna. First off, the last time Chris Brown was in a vehicle with Rihanna he nearly murdered her. Second, no sh*t he wants to tour with three artists who have ten times the draw he does. This is the equivalent of Johnny Manziel saying he’d like to join the Patriots.

* T.I. teamed up with Walmart to give out 300 tickets to Black Panther to families in Atlanta. Wait, am I so old that T.I. now works as a greeter at Walmart?

* The Cash Money Records documentary Before Anythang: The Cash Money Story was released via Apple Music’s streaming service this past Friday. If it doesn’t start with the line, “Cash Money records taking over for the ’99 and 2000,” I will automatically deem it a tremendous failure.

* So So Def founder Jermaine Dupri will be celebrating the label’s 25th anniversary this summer by releasing a compilation titled So So Def 25. Ironically, 25 is about 10 years too old to be signed by So So Def.

* Nelly is reportedly under investigation for sexual assault due to an incident that allegedly occurred in England this past December. His accuser claims the rapper placed his arm tightly behind her, and asked to talk to her, bringing her to his dressing room with her friends. According to Nelly’s attorney, however, "Nelly was accompanied by his girlfriend during this tour, and she was at his side throughout.” If the accuser and her friends did accompany Nelly into his dressing room … have they never seen a single episode Behind the Music? Did they think he was looking to engage them in conversation about current events while relaxing with some herbal tea? The man wrote “Tip Drill,” for God’s sake!

* If you’re like most music fans, you’ve spent the past dozen years trying to forget that Paris Hilton released an album, so let me just apologize in advance for dredging up memories of “Stars are Blind.” Sadly, this is the only way I can lead into the fact that Ms. Hilton is back, with a new single titled “I Need You.” On the song, and in the video, Hilton does her best Marilyn Monroe / Jessica Rabbit impersonations, but with lyrics like, “I wanna put the happy in your Birthday/ And I wanna be the merry in your Christmas/ I’m always giving thanks for you on every Thanksgiving,” it sounds less like Marilyn Monroe, and more like it was written by Patrice Wilson (of Rebecca Black’s “Friday” fame). I clicked play on this so you don’t have to, but if you’re a glutton for punishment, here’s the video.

And with that, my time is up for the week, but I'll be back next week with more shots on all things pop.


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Vid Pick: Busty and the Bass – Common Ground (Amsterdam Boat Session)
Friday, February 16, 2018

It’s not every day that you get serenaded by a soul band, complete with brass section, who happen to be floating by on a boat, but that’s exactly what happened for a group of folks in Amsterdam who were lucky enough to be along Busty and the Bass’ route as the band filmed a unique video for their song “Common Ground.”

While I wasn’t lucky enough to be floating along near the band, I was lucky enough to catch up with Busty and the Bass’ Eric Haynes to find out the story behind the video, and the song, as well as get some interesting tales from tours past, as the Montreal-based band is currently on a North American tour that runs through March 10th.

What inspired you to want to film a video performing on a boat?

We had some time to kill before our show in Amsterdam, and the canals are the best way to see the city.

We had actually rented a boat the last time we were there, so we knew the drill, and it was a great excuse to do it again.

What kind of driving/steering lessons are required before someone mans one of those things?

The before-you-leave tutorial is actually surprisingly fast. Operating one of those boats is actually pretty straightforward – there's just the steering wheel, and a motor throttle – but once you're on the canals you have to watch out for other traffic, and mind the signs. Some of the tourist cruise boats are huge and go pretty fast, so you don't want to get in their way.

Who, if anyone, had the most trepidation about the shoot? Is there someone who can’t swim who you may have had to save had something gone horribly wrong?

We were all pretty down! The only scary part was getting our instruments in and out of the boat. Definitely wanted to avoid dropping those in the canal.

That would not have been a good time. Let’s talk about the song. What inspired “Common Ground,” and what makes it a song you love to perform?

At its core, “Common Ground” is about family, specifically about a certain dynamic as grandparents age and can sometimes be left out, or overlooked, but the core vibe of the song is a sort of very tender love that becomes a celebration at the end.

That, plus all the varying sections, really make it fun to perform.

What have been some of your favorite reactions to it so far?

My favorite reactions were actually the people in the houseboats as we went by!

The video has been super well received online, too, which we're really happy about.

You’re currently on a month-long tour. What are some of your tips and tricks for surviving life on the road with so many people, and so many personality types?

We're pretty lucky in our band that we get along really well most of the time. We also travel in two separate minivans, and I think it helps to not spend each second with every member.

My other advice for being on the road is to do laundry every chance you get, and bring lots of content – books, magazines, or stuff to work on, or watch on your computer. So much of being on the road is sitting around, whether it's in the van, at soundcheck, or on the plane, and you go crazy pretty fast if you don't have something to do.

Speaking of crazy, during all your time on the road, what’s the closest you’ve come to getting arrested without actually getting arrested?

When we were in Europe last summer, I was parking our massive Sprinter van in a tiny parking lot outside Hamburg at night when I backed into a black car I didn't see. It was the first time I'd had any sort of collision happen while I was driving, and I felt really bad. It wasn't a big dent, and nobody was in the car, so I left a note with my contact and insurance info.

We were on our way to Berlin the next day for a show when I got a call from the owners of the car. Apparently things work a bit differently in Germany and you're supposed to call the police right away, regardless of how minor the incident was, and since I hadn't done that, and had left town, I could be prosecuted for fleeing the scene of the crime! Luckily the owners of the car talked to the police and persuaded them there was no need for me to come back, so we made it to Berlin on time.

Thanks to Helen and Jura for being so nice!

That’s an amazing story! Finally, a lot of kids in school who are in band aren’t necessarily winning popularity contests, so take a minute to give a shout out to those kids, and tell them something awesome.

Ha ha, well I was a total band nerd in high school and I think it paid off. My experiences in the music program helped me pursue music professionally, and most of the friends I see when I go back home are from band.

Even if you don't go on to be a professional musician, music stays with you for life, and I think that experience is super important. There are also tons of cool jobs in the music industry – sound engineer, lighting technician, broadcaster/journalist, teacher, and tons more – that aren't actually being a musician.

The only other thing I would say is if you're passionate about music don't be afraid to start a band with your friends outside of school!

For more Busty and the Bass, check out bustyandthebass.com.


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3 Reasons You Should See The Nectars Live
Thursday, February 15, 2018

The Nectars are a New Jersey-based rock band I’ve been excited about since hearing their debut single, “Heaven,” at the end of last year. That single, however, was all I’d heard from them, so when I walked into Mercury Lounge in NYC last week to check out The Nectars live, I legitimately had no idea what I was in for.

“Heaven,” as it turned out, wouldn’t be the only heavenly thing about the band’s set, as I found that for any rock fan, The Nectars are a heck of a good time.

Need convincing? Here are three reasons you should see them live.

1. They have no problem switching between sub-genres of rock

While the one song of The Nectars that’s online is a pop punk song, pop punk is just one of the genres they perform. Pop punk, pure rock, and even pop rock were all part of The Nectars’ set, and the band sounded perfect performing each of them.

So no matter the style of rock you enjoy, chances are you’re going to enjoy The Nectars.

2. They’re high energy even when ill

It’s a safe bet that if you’re a human being you caught the flu this winter. Bands are no exception to this, and during their set at Mercury Lounge The Nectars revealed at least two members of the band were suffering from plague-like symptoms. If they hadn’t made that announcement, however, you would have never known they weren’t 100%, as they gave it their all on stage, and rocked everyone’s face off.

3. You’re going to hear them everywhere soon

“Heaven” is The Nectars’ debut single, and it’s starting to make its way around the internet, but lemme tell ya, judging by everything else I heard, “Heaven” could very well end up being their “Trapped In A Box,” as I have No Doubt that The Nectars are poised to make the leap into everyone’s playlists, and even TV shows.

There were multiple times during their set that I mentioned to a buddy of mine that I felt certain songs would be perfect for placements in television shows, and movies. So while The Nectars were at Mercury Lounge last week, the could very well be heard during your favorite TV show by next year.

To find out when, and where, The Nectars will be performing next, check out their Facebook page for show dates.


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NYC Scene Report – M. Maggie, Oso Oso, & more
Wednesday, February 14, 2018

This week’s NYC Scene Report features a multi-genre jam from M. Maggie, indie rockers Oso Oso playing some “Reindeer Games,” a freaky, sci-fi inspired clip from art-pop trio Operator Music Band, and psych rock from Oneida.

* Don’t be surprised if M. Maggie’s cool mixture of R&B, trap pop, and hip-hop sounds vaguely familiar. The NYC, by way of New Orleans, artist has been making a name for herself through an array of musical features on TV shows such as So You Think You Can Dance, and World of Dance, as well as placements on various programs on MTV, and the CW.

Her latest single is “View,” which has a very cool vibe, and is off of her 2017 EP, Lost In Color.

Click play on the video for “View,” and get lost in the music of M. Maggie.

* It may be February, but that won’t stop Long Island indie rockers Oso Oso from engaging in some “Reindeer Games.”

The band recently released a video for “Reindeer Games” in celebration of their 2017 album, The Yunahon Mixtape, being reissued by Triple Crown Records, their new label home.

In a statement, the band discussed their signing, saying, "Can you even believe it? As a fan of music, it's super exciting to be working with a label that not only has a collection of so many releases I love, but is also engaged and working with exciting young bands who are doing it today. As an artist, it's beyond exciting to have this kind of backing to allow you to grow/explore and just reach a new potential in what Oso Oso can create. I'm generally stoked on all ends."

You can catch Oso Oso is on tour with Tiny Moving Parts, and Mom Jeans, through March 4th, and you can see the video for “Reindeer Games” right here.

* If you like your art-pop with a heaping dose of sci-fi, you’re going to love the video for Operator Music Band’s latest single, “Moto Komplete.”

“Moto Komplete” is off of the band’s recently released Coördination EP, and when it comes to the video, which was made by James Siewert, Operator Music Band’s Jared Hiller said in a statement, "What you get is a Lynchian retro sci-fi nightmare carousel turning endlessly upon itself, revealing with clock-like precision the results of a telephone repair exorcism gone awry. It took my breath away when I first saw it in motion. It was shot in my family’s used clothing import/export warehouse, and the whole video was shot on a motorized circular rig that the director built from scratch, where the camera was suspended perpendicular to the ground and shot through a mirror."

Operator Music Band is currently on a tour that lasts through February, and you can see their freaky clip for “Moto Komplete” right here.

* Brooklyn-based psych rock band Oneida have been rocking audiences for nearly two decades, and on March 9th they’ll be adding to their legacy when they release Romance.

Romance will be the first full-length studio album from the band, sans collaborations, since 2012. It comes after an extended period of time which found them experimenting musically, and getting a little introspective, after the 2011 demolition of the Brooklyn building that housed the Ocropolis, which was the band’s home base.

With their home base gone, Oneida decided to spend more time on the stage, and all of those performances led to the creation of Romance.

Check out the album’s lead single, “All In Due Time,” the title of which doubles as a statement for those who’d been waiting for new tunes from Oneida.

For more of the best of NYC’s indie music scene, come back next Wednesday, and check out the archives for previous columns.


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Stacking The Deck with Joanna Teters
Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Stacking The Deck is a feature exclusive to Adam’s World where I bring packs of 1991 Pro Set Superstars MusiCards to artists, and we discuss who they find in each pack.

As the frontwoman of Mad Satta, Joanna Teters has been using her soulful vocals to inspire crowds to move and groove for years. Now, with the January release of Warmer When It Rains, she finally has a full length album out under her own name.

Longtime fans can rest easily knowing the change in name does not mark a change in style – the New York native’s groove remains as soulful as ever.

I caught up with Joanna before her album release show at The Acoustic, in Bridgeport, CT, to open up some packs of MusiCards, and the artists we found sparked conversations about stadium tours, Stevie Nicks’ driveway, and a controversial finish to a high school talent show.


When you see a band like U2 doing giant stadium tours, does the concept of a stadium tour enliven you, or is it something you’re not really interested in because of your style of music?

I’m definitely enlivened by it. Absolutely.

Some of the first stadium shows that I saw while perusing YouTube in high school were Sade’s. Sade is like the first person who I felt was writing music akin to the stuff that I was, and was really selling out arenas worldwide while still maintaining that energy, that specific, super soulful, vibe.

Paula Abdul, Stevie Nicks, Belinda Carlisle

Here we have three really strong women, two of whom fronted groups. This immediately drew me to you being that you’re now a solo artist, but you’ve always fronted a group. You mentioned Sade, but who were some of the other women you’ve drawn inspiration from?

The first name that popped in my head was Lauryn Hill. I still, to this day, listen to The Fugees all the time, and I also listen to Lauryn Hill’s stuff.

Stevie Nicks is an awesome example as someone who has a name for herself, but obviously Fleetwood Mac is a superpower in their own right.

I was listening to Chaka Khan all afternoon. Rufus is still one of my all time favorite bands, and Chaka is somebody that I am constantly trying to emulate as an artist in sound, and in energy. She’s also somebody with an incredibly long and powerful career whose reputation hasn’t been marred by anything. That’s the amazing thing.

A controversy-free career is tough. How are you going about being a controversy-free individual?

I’m a pretty non-controversial person, I’d say.

What’s the most controversy we can get you into right now?

Honestly, the thing I think of first is that I am at controversy with myself, all the time, about the fact that I love dancehall music, and a lot of the lyrics, and content, is controversial, especially to the things that I stand for, and try to be as a human being.

So that’s almost a guilty pleasure.

That is absolutely my guilty pleasure, because I actually draw a lot of inspiration from people whose beliefs I don’t necessarily align with.

We’re incorporating a lot of reggae into our sets. In New York I have a residency where I only sing reggae, and a lot of the songs that I choose, I have to go through the lyrics first before I decide if I want to sing them on stage.

Looking at this trio of cards, Belinda and Stevie had success with a group, went solo, and switched the vibe a little bit. How much do you switch the vibe between the band and your solo work?

(My new album) is the first thing I’ve released under my own name, which is super exciting for me. I still haven’t quite grappled with the idea of whether I want to be referred to as “going solo.” I assume that’s the first thing people think when they see it’s just my name, but to me, “going solo” means really going solo – you’re on your own, and you’re hiring (band members) to support you.

My band are the same guys I’ve been playing with for seven years, they’re all the same rhythm section from Mad Satta. We started off together as a band called The Joanna Teters Experiment, and the bass player and I, even before that, were a bass and vocal duo.

So since 2009 we’ve been playing together, solely. I don’t really hire any other people, so even though it’s the first project under my own name, it’s still the band. I really only made the decision (to use my own name) so I could finally have some music out so when people are looking up my name they can find something.

And we can be sure you never did the amount of crazy stuff Belinda Carlisle did.

{laughs} I think Steve Nicks probably did about the same. I was in Steve Nicks’ driveway at one point, I think.

You were in Stevie Nicks’ driveway?

I think so. I was in the Hollywood Hills, driving around with some friends one night, and it was a classic LA thing, somebody was like, “Oh, there’s the Fleetwood Mac house. Stevie lives there.”

It also coulda been the Fleetwood Mac house from years and years ago, but the house was pretty big.

MC Hammer

MC Hammer had some of the more interesting fashion choices of the ‘90s. What are some of your favorite regrettable fashion decisions you may, or may not, have photographs of at home?

Good question. Well, first of all, I must mention that the pants I’m going to wear tonight on stage are not quite MC Hammer pants, but they’re like a sister to some MC Hammer pants. They share some common threads … pun intended.

But let’s see here … regrettable fashion decisions … I mean, honestly, a lot of women can connect with this – low-rise jeans, or like ultra ultra low-rise jeans.

Where the underwear shows?

Yeah. Exactly. Super low-rise, like they don’t even have belt loops low-rise. That was definitely many years of a regrettable fashion decision.

Are there any still in your closet?

I don’t think so, but I do have some hand embroidered ones, from like one of those Klutz packages. I don’t think you would necessarily have fooled around with Klutz products, but they were like lanyards, and things to bedazzle clothing, and I have some jeans that are embroidered with a really lovely embroidery machine that I got when I was like seven.

Did you put your whole name across them?

No, I didn’t, but (there are) some really nice flowers all up and down the leg.

I feel like if Klutz is still in business they should hook you up after this.

I know, right? Then I just start bedazzling all my clothes.

It would be great if it was the same stuff, and they just had overstock they never got rid of.

So much stuff is coming back.

I went to an ‘80s party once at B.B. Kings and wore a real, honest to God, Walkman.

There are some people very caught in the ‘90s around there.

I have seen Tower of Power there, though, a couple of times.

I saw Mya there back in the day.

Our drummer LOVES Mya. He’s a big Mya fan. He’s been trying to get us to cover a Mya song for a long time, so maybe we’ll have to do that someday.

Do it, record it, and get it to her. It’s not like she’s busy on one of those Love & Whatever shows.

My high school prom date, who was/is also a friend, was on an MTV reality show, and that was the only time I sat down and binge watched every episode (of something), because I had a familiar face on the show.

Please tell me it was NEXT.

It was Are You The One.

Oh wow, that’s more recent! So one of your exes may have found love on MTV.

Yeah, but we actually never dated. He was just my prom date.

To make it even more interesting, he was one of the first people that I ever wrote a song with. We adapted a 10th grade English class poem into a song, and we got second place in the high school talent show.

Second place?

We got gipped. You can still ask people from high school, they’ll tell you we got gipped, we should’ve won.

For more Joanna Teters, check out joannateters.com.

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