The Breakup Playlist.

I’m Not The Only One - Sam Smith // The Driveway - Miley Cyrus // Leave (Get Out) - JoJo // I Knew You Were Trouble - Taylor Swift // Keep On Walking - Gabrielle Aplin // Boy - Nina Nesbitt // Last Kiss - Taylor Swift // Breakeven - The Script // Peroxide - Nina Nesbitt // Amnesia - Five Seconds of Summer // Drunk - Ed Sheeran // Habits (Stay High) - Tove Lo // Breathe - Taylor Swift feat. Colbie Calliet // Just Before Goodbye - Nina Nesbitt // Switch Hearts - Megan and Liz // Say Something - Boyce Avenue feat. Carly Rose Soneclar // Selfies - Nina Nesbitt // Clean - Taylor Swift // World Of Chances - Demi Lovato // Break Free - Ariana Grande // Love Will Remember - Selena Gomez // Wrecking Ball - Miley Cyrus // Hold You - Nina Nesbitt // Focus - Emma’s Imagination // Happy Never After - Megan and Liz // Nothing - The Script // Panic Cord - Gabrielle Aplin // Say Ok - Vanessa Hudgens // Goodbye With Hello - Megan and Liz // My Name - Doll Duncan // Tough Luck - Nina Nesbitt // All Too Well - Taylor Swift // Make Me Wanna Die - The Pretty Reckless // The Hardest Part - Nina Nesbitt // Skinny Love - Birdy // Cold Heart - Roxanne Emery // The Heart Wants What It Wants - Selena Gomez // Just A Kiss - Lady Antebellum // Back To December - Taylor Swift // Irreplaceable - Beyoncé // Robbers - The 1975 // Not Me - Nina Nesbitt // Breakaway - Kelly Clarkson // Six Degrees of Separation - The Script // We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together - Boyce Avenue feat. Hannah Trigwell

Review: Bunnicula by Lyric Arts

Review: Bunnicula by Lyric Arts

I may not be a kid, but I loved Lyric Arts’ “Mainly for Kids” production of Beauty and the Beast so I had a feeling I’d enjoy Bunnicula as well. I also had the pleasure of interviewing puppeteer Gabriel Gomez for RedCurrent which made me even more excited to check out the show.

Harold (Sarah Frazier) starts the show by introducing himself and shaking paws with some audience members, and he’s your…

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New Music Video - April 2015

Mudra x CE

It never fails to amaze me how easily and suddenly the right music can sink into one’s core and affect our emotions. Take NY-based singer/songwriter/producer/rapper and all around talented individual CE’s new video for his track “Mudra”, which was released back in 2012, but due to lack of funding never got the video it deserved until now.

Like the song, the Gabriel Gomez directed video is simple, but reinforces the power of the lyrics through it’s simplicity.

If this is your first time hearing about this song, then you might need to brace yourself and have some tissues ready for this, but the vocal sample that comes in @ 3:45 are actually self-recorded vocals from his now late father back when CE was only a child. Ugh! If that doesn’t hit you right in the gut, then I dunno what will.

Give the track a little while to pick up speed. There’s no backing until around 1 minute in. You can find the track below on CE’s Bandcamp…


CHESTER, PA - APRIL 28: Gabriel Gomez #6 of the Philadelphia Union with the help of teammates holds up the flag of his native Panama after scoring a goal in the second half against the San Jose Earthquakes in a Major League Soccer game on April 28, 2012 at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania. San Jose defeated the Union 2-1.

To my followers in Massachusetts, did you catch the debate between Senate hopefuls Congressman Ed Markey (D-MA 5th District) and Gabriel Gomez? If not, catch it here on C-Span:

The MA Senate debate showed that this election comes down to one question: Whose side do you stand on? Gabriel Gomez proved tonight: On the issues we care about for women, seniors and the middle class, he’ll stand with Mitch McConnell and the Senate Republicans, not with the people of Massachusetts. Ed Markey will fight to level the playing field for working families of the Commonwealth and our country. I’m proud to support Ed’s campaign.”

- Senator Elizabeth Warren

Lost in Translation

by Gabriel Gomez

The kinship with those humans
who speak directly to me
is webbed to the ceiling.
An economy of satellites, a cosmos,
where revision we think
comes without the benefit
of our witness. A peculiar time
when stars with modest faces
sleep in enormity and mirror
death like a child’s infirmity that
despite socio-economics
is still an illness,
definitive as fading paint
grossing a distant
understanding from a stain
pooled from its center
resonant of some terrific
nucleus making sense
of its own words
with the strangest electricity.