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Thomas “tonepoet” Lindsey
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mental drift vol. 1
G reetings, voyagers. Today we'll undertake an eventful journey that is geared towards getting our minds properly adjusted for creativity and peace. All I ask you for, dear listener, is just roughly an hour of your time. If possible, the use of headphones o...
Greetings, voyagers. Today we'll undertake an eventful journey that is geared towards getting our minds properly adjusted for creativity and peace. All I ask you for, dear listener, is just roughly an hour of your time. If po...
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voyager
C ame across this very interesting website and wanted to share it with you. Nice sounds and a good bit of history on the Voyager missions courtesy of National Geographic. Click the image above for a redirect. Peace. //tonepoet//
Came across this very interesting website and wanted to share it with you. Nice sounds and a good bit of history on the Voyager missions courtesy of National Geographic. Click the image above for a redirect. Peace. //tonepo...
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soundtrack for imaginary spaces
Soundtrack For Imaginary Spaces by Tonepoet I'm VERY happy today that I have (finally) completed a project that has taken me a year. It has a been a very difficult year trying to make the time to get ideas down, compositions written, and all of the technica...
Soundtrack For Imaginary Spaces by Tonepoet I'm VERY happy today that I have (finally) completed a project that has taken me a year. It has a been a very difficult year trying to make the time to get ideas down, compositi...
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A lot of work and heart went into my latest release. I am quite confident that my labor of love is reflected in the music that is presented here for you. Download the release via Bandcamp and feel free to pay what you want (if you want).

https://tonepoet.bandcamp.com/album/soundtrack-for-imaginary-spaces
I'm VERY happy today that I have (finally) completed a project that has taken me a year. It has a been a very difficult year trying to make the time to get ideas down, compositions written, and all of the technical details ir...
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One of my favorite new artists with a very beautifully crafted release.
It's not often enough that I get the chance to put my thoughts down on releases of independent artists that are relatively new to putting out music and don't have the benefits of great promotion. So it warms my heart when I a...
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review: jóhann jóhannsson - orphée
H ello, all. I'm very pleased to be given the opportunity to put my thoughts down on a release that is equal parts inspiring and beautiful, while wrapped in an elegance that displays the highest degree of musical integrity. JÓHANN JÓHANNSSON is an Icelandic...
Hello, all. I'm very pleased to be given the opportunity to put my thoughts down on a release that is equal parts inspiring and beautiful, while wrapped in an elegance that displays the highest degree of musical integrity. JÓ...
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home
N ormally wouldn't post something like this, but I find this interesting. And some music by Tycho doesn't hurt, either. New mix coming soon. I've been really busy with a lot of gigs and performances. Peace. [ FINDING HOME ]
Normally wouldn't post something like this, but I find this interesting. And some music by Tycho doesn't hurt, either. New mix coming soon. I've been really busy with a lot of gigs and performances. Peace. [FINDING HOME]
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interview: roger goula
I was extremely fortunate to be rewarded the opportunity to interview Roger Goula who has just released a colorful journey of space meets post-classical music entitled OVERVIEW EFFECT . It has become one of my favorite releases in 2016 (which is reserved fo...
I was extremely fortunate to be rewarded the opportunity to interview Roger Goula who has just released a colorful journey of space meets post-classical music entitled OVERVIEW EFFECT. It has become one of my favorite release...
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review: roger goula - overview effect
I t might come to no surprise that of all of the sub-genres of ambient, I'm very fond of space music in particular, and by far my favorite mixes tend to be the ones that are space themed ( ODE TO THE COSMIC VOYAGER and GAZING INTO THE INFINITE COSMIC ABYSS ...
It might come to no surprise that of all of the sub-genres of ambient, I'm very fond of space music in particular, and by far my favorite mixes tend to be the ones that are space themed (ODE TO THE COSMIC VOYAGER and GAZING I...
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soundtrack for imaginary spaces
I'm VERY happy today that I have (finally) completed a project that has taken me a year. It has a been a very difficult year trying to make the time to get ideas down, compositions written, and all of the technical details ironed out. Perseverance has fortu...
I'm VERY happy today that I have (finally) completed a project that has taken me a year. It has a been a very difficult year trying to make the time to get ideas down, compositions written, and all of the technical details ir...
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review: cloudfall - days of wind
I t's not often enough that I get the chance to put my thoughts down on releases of independent artists that are relatively new to putting out music and don't have the benefits of great promotion. So it warms my heart when I actually find a very strong outi...
It's not often enough that I get the chance to put my thoughts down on releases of independent artists that are relatively new to putting out music and don't have the benefits of great promotion. So it warms my heart when I a...
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ode to the cosmic voyager
N ow that we've managed to take in some new sights and sounds on our last detour, we must once again aboard the space pod for another dimensional thrust into galaxies of wonder and solace. Mental calibration is essential for a successful journey. Below are ...
Now that we've managed to take in some new sights and sounds on our last detour, we must once again aboard the space pod for another dimensional thrust into galaxies of wonder and solace. Mental calibration is essential for a...
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Musician & Traveler, Stoked By The Arts
Introduction
Been all over the world. I love to travel, of course playing music, and learning new things. I have 2 kids, and a beautiful wife and they all keep me busy. 
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I've traveled to about 25 (last count) different countries and lived in 3 of them and it's all because I wanted to learn how to play guitar.
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Studio & Live Guitar, Speaking German, Freakin' Good Looking
Love This Place. I get a a chance to come to San Antonio every year (for just a week) and the first place that I head to is Titos. Inside, it doesn't look special, but that's completely unassuming. I've tried a good bit of Mexican and Tex-Mex across the US. San Antonio has the best of these types of restaurants within the entire country (in my opinion), and Titos is hands down the best of Mexican food in San Antonio that I have found. The portions and prices are very generous, the wait staff attentive (despite what I've read elsewhere), and the food is beyond outstanding. I'm not much of a drinker, so I can't really comment on that. The clientele that frequent this place seem to understand the appeal. While the decor is not high end, the food and vibe definitely is. Titos is THE BEST!!
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Great little joint. Very good food, a decent price, and very, very fresh. My meal was really, really good. You can tell that the person who made it enjoys what they do! It's REALLY small here, and when I got here there was no place to sit (I planned on getting my food to go anyway). Might be a hassle during the busiest time of the day for others. My food took about 5 minutes, it was REALLY quick. Very generous portions and friendly people. If I'm ever back in this area again, I'll be sure to come back. I was lucky to have one chance to find good food and hit the jackpot finding this place!
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I was in this area for a week. Ate at a few places around the area and was disappointed. Found this place and actually spent the last 3 days eating every meal here exclusively. Really generous portions and a very fair price overall. I was able to get filled up quite well and enjoyed everything I got, regardless the time or variation (omelets, chicken parm sandwich, croissant breakfast sandwich, salad topped with grilled chicken [which was by far my favorite], and so on). Good, hot coffee, friendly staff. Absolutely no complaints about this place and it was never crowded. Good little place. Those crying about the price must have just left an island or something. Also, the lady is Korean and not Chinese.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
This place is a real hidden little gem. The guy that owns/runs it (Frank) is unbelievably friendly. The breakfast sandwiches are unreal and at a very, very good price. The shop is renovated from what it used to be so it's quite nice and cozy inside. If I have one small complaint it's that I live a 6 hour drive away. If I were a local I'd be hitting this place up at ever possible convenience. Oh, and great coffee as well!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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Wasn't overly impressed. My buddy got a bit sick from this place. Chicken Ramen had a funky smell to it. Too overpriced for something way too simple. I favor Korean style Ramyun much more (more flavor, MUCH hotter, and spicier). This was bland and barely over luke warm. Once is enough. I like the atmosphere, but the food......... Meh. I was hoping that being out of town that this place would be par or better than the Korean style Ramyun that I make. Not even close.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
There is no Dunkin Donuts here. It's a residential area. Take a look at Google Maps, and you can see that you are looking at a house. It just doesn't exist. I know this because I walked here, and found nothing.
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