Unanswered Questions

I’ve been thinking about questions that have no answer quite often lately. Maybe it’s the whole quarter-life crisis thing…but at least I have you all as a beautiful community of readers to join in on the conversation. Today I want to present to you a new project I’ve been thinking about for some time now called “Unanswered Questions”. Read and join in the conversation by clicking on the picture of the creepy eye below.

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Sounds from the Far East

 HELLO EVERYONE! 

I apologize for my absence, but I am back and more than ready to ramp up posts on The Audible Threshold! Thanks for being patient – and now for a couple updates for y’all:

  1. My newest Audible Thoughts is now up, called Sounds from the Far East. I’d love feedback as life’s questions have been plaguing my mind as of late – community driven responses are always healthy for these situations.
  2. I just started my October mix on SoundCloud. It’s posted below the picture.
  3. I’ll be putting together a Fall Mix within the next few weeks – if you have any contributions, send them on Twitter @logan_stoneman
  4. I just went to an Odesza concert and was absolutely blown away. Put the Seattle duo on every mix you’re making for every moment of your life. My favorite (Say My Name). Their recent album is blow my October mix on this post….see below.StandAlone

Shots of Awe

This has nothing to do with music. This has to do with the way you look at life, and it’s the best YouTube series I’ve ever seen. Jason Silva’s Shots of Awe  series speaks on every thought I’ve ever had or will have in my present life. Share your thoughts in the comments below, as I’d love to converse with you about this, or anything related.

Here are two of my favorites:

 

A Quick Note

Hey everyone. I hope your September has started smoothly! I felt it was necessary to write a quick note to y’all explaining what’s going on in my life and some changes coming soon to the blog. Currently, in my real job, I serve as Marketing Director for a young edtech company and things in the past few months have really picked up, in the best way imaginable. In addition to this, I picked up an internship with an incredible marketing-related website, which has opened my eyes on tactics to achieve growth (both professional and personally). Because of the uptick in commitment due to an upcoming conference I’m attending out on the East Coast, posts over the next month will be quite short. A playlist may creep out of the woodwork, but in general it’ll be more of a place to share the music I’m listening to.

On a side note, if you’d like to guest blog for me sometime in the next month, I’d love to have you! If it’s a song you want to write about, a playlist you’ve curated for The Audible Threshold, or just a thought on life  – just shoot me an email at loganstoneman@gmail.com

Secrets From our American Dream

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Pairing with my previous Summer’s End mix, I’d like to present to everyone: “Secrets From our American Dream” – a mix for the ending nights of summer. Comprised of recommendations from my followers, I’m ecstatic with the end result. Popular and hidden artists weave through a cascade of escaping twilight. If you’re looking for something to read along with this mix, I recently posted “The Sorcerers of The Modern Age”, a Thought on slow music & heavy emotion. If you want more playlists for your weekend, look no farther than THE SIXES, my page of playlists.

To listen on 8tracks, click here.

Related Mixes on The Audible Threshold

Yoga Hour

The Blackest Wave

Winter Finals Mix

The Sorcerers of the Modern Age

September has brought the pensive writer out of me, so another Audible Thought was inevitable. With my Summer day playlist finished, I started on a collaborative Summer night playlist that has pumped me full of emotional, acoustic, and gorgeous tracks. In this Thought, there is a sneak preview to the upcoming playlist, so take a listen while reading my take on heavy emotion in our life.

Click the photo below to read: “The Sorcerers of the Modern Age”

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