GQ Hype. You've got two days left of the bank holiday weekend, which means that you've got approximately 36 waking hours to soundtrack with new music until you return to work on Tuesday. Sound daunting? Don't worry, we've got your back. You can thank us later The advent of streaming has meant that any budding musician with a laptop can get their sound out there, ready to fight for a space on your playlist against the other two million artists that reside on Spotify.
Mac Ayres drummer, the CHRIS ANDERSON QUARTET
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Mac Ayres is single-handedly contributing to overpopulation. He graced late-night playlists in with his Drive Slow album, and has since hit the live performance realm hard. His minimalist sound allows audiences to indulge in decadent instrumentation and treat themselves to his feathery falsetto vocals. His music doesn't show off, boast or brag, but rather invites whoever is around into its humble excellency. And quite frankly, it blows Netflix and Chill out of the water in the romance department. We listened through and identified five specific times Mac Ayres proved himself to be baby-making royalty. The rhythmic urgency of the vocals heats things up, providing an unexpected contrast to the silky smooth verse. Don't do this to us Mac. Something about the frustration of a missed call and the accompanying out-of-reach feeling makes things that much steamier.
I think that Doctors have to be selfish to a degree. When my nephews started looking at porn on computers everybody blamed me when it wasn't me. But it is important to be ruthlessly honest with yourself about how you feel about it. It is not easy for a nonmember spouse to understand a three hour worship block plus callings etc. I've read through some stuff there and it all seems pretty tame so far. Due to the very long hours away from me and our children, my husband spends alot of his free time on the internet. He could never tolerate my work schedule, so I became a stay at home mom.