Over the past several years the drone industry has grown rapidly. The origin of much of this development has rooted itself in North Dakota, as hundreds of businesses flock to the area to begin research and development of unmanned aircrafts and their accompanying technologies. The essential capitol of drone usage and development is the Grand … Continue reading Interview: “Drone” producer Jonathon Lie
by Nicole Gardner This time next week I'll be back in the air and en route to home and I'm not going to lie, but I kind of miss it. Home that is. Though this trip has been a great one for me it has also been an eye-opening one for me too. I've forced … Continue reading An American in Norway
Reporting for Oslo's 2016 Musikkfest was one for the books. The day consisted several of band interviews, tasty bites from food trucks, refreshing local beer and best of all FREE quality music. From the several bands that I sat down with, one that stood out from the rest was Norwegian band, Shot At Dawn. This local … Continue reading Audio blog for Shot At Dawn’s final gig
I've spoken about Hayde on several occasions, but I wanted to give everyone a chance to enjoy them as well. Check out the video!
When I first watch this clip I think it’s its been sped up. But no, that’s just the lead guitarist, Thomas Bergsten of The Harvey Steel Show ripping on the guitar at Musikkfest Oslo. Thinking back to this day, reminds me of how scared and timid I was first interviewing bands during my first week … Continue reading Video Blog of The Harvey Steel Show
Here is a taste of Oslo Fagottkor at their rehearsal they invited me to. They are an amazing group of men and you can read more about them this week in the High Plains Reader.
One of my first band interviews in Oslo, Norway during my trip abroad. This interview is with Lars Frogner of Norwegian band, Stereopol, who performed at Musikkfest Oslo at one of my favorite spots BlÅ. https://soundcloud.com/lo_o/20160604-191611ahttp://
Recently it has been brought to my attention that I need to “better work on getting out of my comfort zone”. As an introverted person I have heard this lovely line more times than I care to count because there may not be an actual number for it. However, this whole month has been an … Continue reading Patience and Comfort Zones
Oslo is expensive. People always say that travel is expensive, and that's just how it is. But Norway is on a different level. Norway is a wealthy country because of their oil reserves. Because of that everything here is more expensive. Lucky for us tourists. Food in particular is expensive. For the most part, Norway lacks … Continue reading Abroad and Broke
The terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida is still weighing down on the minds of most people. It's raining today and I find that it is indicative of how I feel. No, they are not my tears paralleled by the heavens, even though myself and some of my roommates have cried plenty. How I feel is … Continue reading Sadness