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1in10 - You Keep Me Hangin' On

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1in10 - You Keep Me Hangin' On

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Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:42:24 -0700
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Various Artists - EXPERIMENTAL RECORDS ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY | Thank you artists and community for an amazing first year. Enjoy this free 6 hour mix of every artist from the past year. We will see you again with more music and next season.

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Various Artists - EXPERIMENTAL RECORDS ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY | Thank you artists and community for an amazing first year. Enjoy this free 6 hour mix of every artist from the past year. We will see you again with more music and next season.

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Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:42:26 -0700
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The Night Watch

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The Night Watch

Rembrandt Statue, Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:44:12 -0700
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Sêma Lao

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By Sêma Lao - Urban Festival Underground Effect 4 - Projet Saato (Paris, 09/2018)

Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:40:41 -0700
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We just finished our first year as a label. A giant thank you to the community/artists/fans, what is next for Experimental Records, Q&A where you can ask us any questions you have, and a teaser at our next cassette release.

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We just finished our first year as a label. A giant thank you to the community/artists/fans, what is next for Experimental Records, Q&A where you can ask us any questions you have, and a teaser at our next cassette release.

Wow. A whole year has passed. We really don't have much to say. We, in all honesty, did not believe we would still be going after a year. But here we are. We really want to thank all of the artists/fans/community for getting us to this point. We could not have done it without you. The fact that people actually followed us and bought the music hosted here is insane. We honestly cannot believe the amount of support we have gotten in only one year. Thank you.So what is next? Well, season 7 will start up pretty soon with some cool new tunes we think you guys will love. We will also be releasing more cassettes including two big releases currently in the works. /r/SampleHunt will still be updated. All of our music will still stay 100% FREE but you can still support the artists if you would like (we give them 100% of the profits). We will continue to upload to our youtube so you can stream tunes or download them for later. We will still be sending out cassettes if you just ordered some. So, not much is going to change except for the fact that we are in year two.We will be doing a Q&A right now so type questions in the comments or message us via reddit or email and we will address them tonight or tomorrow.Interested in what the next cassette release is? Here is a little teaser: bit.ly/2JbbWv8 we end this post, we want to thank the following people: 深いSLEEP Inc., NEW MANAGEMENT, iii ۞NETSC∀PE۞ iii, Ocean Shores , 表面オーラ[LOCAL], Umbrella, サイバーストーリ, Obsidian.K, juno beach, interネット, Bfffth, ¿?, .tif, ☆ やさしいグロー川 ☆, FOTOshoppeツ, Donny, Aim San, eriksati3, Doom Diamond, seizer, Sense Impression, オンライン - ガール フレンド, John Nieuwsma, KFM, Psyche Glyphs, Scott Sheppard, Murochka 闇黒, Ա Լ Է Ք Ս, Aristotle's Hard Drive, BLUESKY(青空), DPSC, 1620, Orbital Decay, EZ, Tanuion, Joe Hassick, Renere, ZoZo, N 6 4, Arasmas, Meimei, OKAM!!, SADSOFT 援状, FUTURE OF 89, creative_reality17, VHS desires, Mark Cavazos, S E L F - B E I N Gの減価償却, sadかなしい_opera_ultra, Local Current Conditions, Jugboy, lotus夢幻, PLAT, アクティブディレクトリ, Aleksi & Ray, No Friends Forever, Obersync, Yung Litten, vcr-classique, Reversed Reference, Treasure Hunt, smooth cactus, Jesse Cassettes, Lunacy, Rodrigo Ardias, 3amperson, R.E.A.L, internet ハック, DreamScape Corp., bird songs, Future Lost, danoel, Iman Fattah, WSBC Local News, TWIN COLUMNS, Alpha DreamDrift X, Tokyo Midnight Youth, Puckering See, Testarosah, Dezonator, saneLIV, Senha 0000, Peridot Visions, Chichilcitlalli, 自然naturalis, exposure暴露, Debbie Nancy, Nobod(y?), ECHOFLANGE, Feldup, Blake Maples, danoel- thermae- el danoel- daniel, Vayu, Leonard Kaiser, Software Hotline 電気の自宅, burger shot, 72 Megabytes, Luxury's Fortune, Hooligan Faust, Sound Market, K-MART RADIO, Scalpy Gonzales, Casi todos los males, Leonard Kaiser, angelo, DSA, Subspace 87, μasch, and default.cfg

Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:42:22 -0700
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The Chandelier

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The Chandelier

Oude Kerk, Delft Market Square, Deflt, Netherlands.

Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:31:12 -0700
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Fall breeze and wet leaves

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Fall breeze and wet leaves

Vancouver, B.C.

Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:31:22 -0700
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Elmwood Cemetery

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Elmwood Cemetery

Elmwood Cemetery
Norfolk, Virginia
Listed 8/27/2013
Reference Number: 1300643

Elmwood Cemetery is a 50-acre municipal cemetery established in Norfolk County (now in the City ofNorfolk), Virginia, in 1853. It is contiguous with Norfolk's first public cemetery, Cedar Grove, established in 1825. Elmwood is filled with an abundance of Victorian funerary art and displays a wealth of material culture relating to the Victorian attitudes toward death and mourning. It contains the graves of individuals and groups who made noteworthy contributions to the city, state, and nation. The works of both local and nationally recognized artisans, sculptors and stonemasons may be found there. It contains abundant resources for the study of the social, political, economic, cultural and ethnic heritage of the area. Elmwood continues to serve as an active city cemetery. Elmwood Cemetery is locally significant under Criteria A and C and areas of significance are Social History, Art, Architecture, and Landscape Architecture. The property is locally significant under Criterion B as the final resting place for numerous individuals whose contributions to Norfolk's development are significant, as well as historic figures who achieved prominence on a statewide or larger scale, in particular the following individuals: Littleton Waller Tazewell, Sr., Hugh Blair Grigsby, James Barron Hope, David Minton Wright, Walter Herron Taylor, Robert Morton Hughes, William Sloane, Williams. Forrest, and Lycurgus Berkley, Sr. Elmwood Cemetery meets Criteria Considerations C and D as it derives significance from its association with historic events and individuals and its design characteristics. Elmwood's period of significance begins with the establishment of the cemetery in 1853 and ends with the construction of the Superintendent's Office in 1931.

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Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:23:23 -0700
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Elmwood Cemetery

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Elmwood Cemetery

Elmwood Cemetery
Norfolk, Virginia
Listed 8/27/2013
Reference Number: 1300643

Elmwood Cemetery is a 50-acre municipal cemetery established in Norfolk County (now in the City ofNorfolk), Virginia, in 1853. It is contiguous with Norfolk's first public cemetery, Cedar Grove, established in 1825. Elmwood is filled with an abundance of Victorian funerary art and displays a wealth of material culture relating to the Victorian attitudes toward death and mourning. It contains the graves of individuals and groups who made noteworthy contributions to the city, state, and nation. The works of both local and nationally recognized artisans, sculptors and stonemasons may be found there. It contains abundant resources for the study of the social, political, economic, cultural and ethnic heritage of the area. Elmwood continues to serve as an active city cemetery. Elmwood Cemetery is locally significant under Criteria A and C and areas of significance are Social History, Art, Architecture, and Landscape Architecture. The property is locally significant under Criterion B as the final resting place for numerous individuals whose contributions to Norfolk's development are significant, as well as historic figures who achieved prominence on a statewide or larger scale, in particular the following individuals: Littleton Waller Tazewell, Sr., Hugh Blair Grigsby, James Barron Hope, David Minton Wright, Walter Herron Taylor, Robert Morton Hughes, William Sloane, Williams. Forrest, and Lycurgus Berkley, Sr. Elmwood Cemetery meets Criteria Considerations C and D as it derives significance from its association with historic events and individuals and its design characteristics. Elmwood's period of significance begins with the establishment of the cemetery in 1853 and ends with the construction of the Superintendent's Office in 1931.

National Register of Historic Places Homepage

Elmwood Cemetery, Norfolk, Virginia Summary Page

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Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:23:34 -0700
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Elmwood Cemetery

National Register posted a photo:

Elmwood Cemetery

Elmwood Cemetery
Norfolk, Virginia
Listed 8/27/2013
Reference Number: 1300643

Elmwood Cemetery is a 50-acre municipal cemetery established in Norfolk County (now in the City ofNorfolk), Virginia, in 1853. It is contiguous with Norfolk's first public cemetery, Cedar Grove, established in 1825. Elmwood is filled with an abundance of Victorian funerary art and displays a wealth of material culture relating to the Victorian attitudes toward death and mourning. It contains the graves of individuals and groups who made noteworthy contributions to the city, state, and nation. The works of both local and nationally recognized artisans, sculptors and stonemasons may be found there. It contains abundant resources for the study of the social, political, economic, cultural and ethnic heritage of the area. Elmwood continues to serve as an active city cemetery. Elmwood Cemetery is locally significant under Criteria A and C and areas of significance are Social History, Art, Architecture, and Landscape Architecture. The property is locally significant under Criterion B as the final resting place for numerous individuals whose contributions to Norfolk's development are significant, as well as historic figures who achieved prominence on a statewide or larger scale, in particular the following individuals: Littleton Waller Tazewell, Sr., Hugh Blair Grigsby, James Barron Hope, David Minton Wright, Walter Herron Taylor, Robert Morton Hughes, William Sloane, Williams. Forrest, and Lycurgus Berkley, Sr. Elmwood Cemetery meets Criteria Considerations C and D as it derives significance from its association with historic events and individuals and its design characteristics. Elmwood's period of significance begins with the establishment of the cemetery in 1853 and ends with the construction of the Superintendent's Office in 1931.

National Register of Historic Places Homepage

Elmwood Cemetery, Norfolk, Virginia Summary Page

National Register of Historic Places on Facebook

Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:23:33 -0700
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