Rhythm N’ Groove Podcast #009: Skills vs. Feels

Welcome to the Rhythm N’ Groove Podcast, we apologize for missing the podcast in the last few weeks. Lone and I have been reevaluating our priorities and as we said in episode #001 of the podcast, it’s okay to change and adjust your goals, learn from your mistakes, and correct them as you go. That’s what we’ve been doing and we explain our reasons in this episode of the podcast. We share Lone’s progress on developing his fingerstyle tabs, and Haze’s progress on the guitar. We also discuss our opinions (no spoilers) on the recent movie Whiplash, and compare it to one of our favorite movies, The Legend of 1900. We talk about how skills should be used to show off the music, and not the other way around. We would love to hear what our listeners have to say about either or both of the movies, and the musicians and themes featured in the movies. Please share your thoughts with us! Send your emails to contact@rhythmngroove.com or join the conversation at the Rhythm N’ Groove Facebook group. We look forward to hearing from you!

Resources mentioned on the podcast:

Movie: Whiplash
Movie: The Legend of 1900

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Haze’s Instagram: @hazelliewong

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Song: Stolen by Dashboard Confessional

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About Haze Wong (28 Articles)
<p>Hazellie Wong has been performing since the age of three, and started performing professionally at 21 years old. She is one half of the band, Dragon In Stilettos. She recently started teaching vocals and describes teaching as one of the most rewarding experiences she’s had. She is also an avid book reader, in addition to being a tarot and numerology reader. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram as @hazelleevaughn, and on her personal blog at hazelleevaughn.com</p>