Mia Muze

Summer in the Springs

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Happy Summer to you. Good Winter, back home. The weather has been stunning in it’s almost tropical glory. No snow on the mountain, and not to much heat. A wonderful season so far. 4th of July went off without a hitch. I climbed the Manitou Springs Incline. A good 2000 steps, 40% incline – breathtaking. Extreme altitude. This hike marks the anniversary of my first climb up Pike’s Peak Foothills. View the G-Story here! Since the last post I have acquired a new musical partner in the form of multi instrumentalist…read more

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The latest, in Pictures.

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I smashed together a multimedia treat:VIDEO of my track ‘Leave’ receiving 100 views within the day Thank you!  Here is the latest in Pictures. Upcoming stuff for me this year includes: The album Twisted Winter 2014 , Nine-O EP, more collabs – even Xmas tunes! Happy March my friends Check out Additional Services + Store !  

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The Birthday Buzz

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A pinch and a punch.. !  Last month I celebrated my birthday. Hurray! This month I wrap up all the odds and ends for the album. It’s Day 5, and I am exhausted. But it’s going well. Luckily the gloominess and rain has kept the heat at bay and allowed me to be productive. It’s times like these that tracking in doors is a consideration. Something the density in the basement of any house structure in the land USA, would easily conquer. This week my vocalists and I were able…read more

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A New Year -

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Greetings and Salutations for the year of 2014!!  I just took on the challenge of folding a paper crane blind -(eye mask ;). It’s 1.30am and I just woke up having forced sleep as soon as I got home from work. A migraine was brewing. An adverse reaction to the intense heat wave that has been hitting GC, I imagine. This time last year, I was snowbound in the North End of the Globe.  Take a moment to check out additional services to see new business for me currently. I…read more

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Musical treats on the Gold Coast.

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On the 29th October, 2013 – I performed @ Helm Bar’s Industry Night. A storm was brewing all day, though never hit – so I brought the Storm to audience in Surfers Paradise, and publicly unveiled new single ‘The Oceans’ from my upcoming album for the first time in Oz. A track dedicated to the tsunami in Sendai in 2011, right after the release of Mia Muze and Elemental presents eSeason. An instant win with audiences in the US and Canada, this track also will be the first single of…read more

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The Springs in Spring + America the Beautiful.

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First Snow Day of 2013 unveils an upcoming concept album..

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The 2013 Music and Blossoms Festival in Canon City

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Organisers have asked me to be be a performer at the The 2013 Music and Blossom Festival, the 75th Annual Festival hosted in Canon City, Colorado. I’ve been to Canon City once, to stop at a wonderful stone and gem seller, and to raft in the Royal Gorge in roughly June 2012. I had a wonderful time. On the way back to Colorado Springs, my companions and I discovered the Waldo Canyon Fire, and moved from the water toward the dry burning town. I have a wonderful slab of quartz…read more

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Pre and Post Holiday Reconciliation

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Right around the end of October, Halloween occurred. I scored tix to the big Haunted House dealio. I lacked any positive fortune really, and started dealing with daily bouts of illness, aches, pains, the worst – or so I thought. Laryngitis ensued and months later I am only now beginning to recover. A fish out of water indeed. The arid air, the lifestyle.. The cold, and hot and over circulation that occurs. In November Thanksgiving occurred. All was quiet at a large pizzeria Downtown Colorado Springs. A new friend, brought…read more

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Summer Storms and Every Season

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The Summer that I exposed my CD release ‘Summer Storm coincided with the floods of Brisbane, AU and the tsunami that hit my mother’s home town of Sendai was accepted in my local music network, with an air of bitterness. Not at all surprising to me, for any of it to have been that way. If you listen to the lyrics of Boom, and Country to Hip Hop, you’ll hear indicators of an esoteric influence. To nutshell it, I became a student of esoteria at a young age, having gone…read more

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