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3RD Season

Alternative. All Female. All Music.

So, What’s This?

The purpose of this blog may be a bit different than you’re used to seeing in the music industry.

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Alternatively, Growing Up Black #3

Where I Was Headed, Part 1 February 12, 2017 AMSTERDAM In the previous segment, we reached the point of this blog where I mentioned the start of my own journey into music, bearing a head full of diverse songs and... Continue Reading →

What’s to Come in the Month of Love

It’s been a while since I’ve been on the blog… But there’s a good reason for it, I promise! Several, in fact. First, 3RD Season jumped right into 2017 with organizing our co… Source: What's to Come in the Month... Continue Reading →

What’s to Come in the Month of Love

It's been a while since I've been on the blog... But there's a good reason for it, I promise! Several, in fact. First, 3RD Season jumped right into 2017 with organizing our contribution to many humanitarian efforts. As a result,... Continue Reading →

Best Wishes for 2017!

Thanks to Fans, Followers, Music Collaborators, Friends, Family and Acquaintances for Giving 3RD Season Its Start in 2016!  

Alternatively, Growing Up Black #2

It didn't matter if you were Black or White. If the music was good, you were good.

Looking Back on Thirty Years in the Warehouses of Oakland — Discover

“This marginal life, this DIY life: in it, they created themselves. We created ourselves. This is why spaces like this matter more than ever now, as gentrification scours the creative life out of Oakland.” Kaya Oakes reflects on the Ghost... Continue Reading →

Did You Miss Me?

No? Don't worry, I don't take it personally. Though, I probably should. But, in your defense, I didn't get to write my post for this week. I've got a pretty good excuse though: American, here. So, Thursday the 24th was... Continue Reading →

Alternatively, Growing Up Black #1

We could achieve any goal, become anything we wanted to be in life...as long as we put our minds to it. The color of our skin could not hold us back.

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