Steve Carlson is preparing to give his fans a unique behind the scenes experience with the soon-to-be-released documentary about recording his album, Different Town. Just as his songs take us on a musical journey, this movie will show the lengths he went to in producing his latest offering. DNM recently had a chance to talk to Steve about this exciting project, as well as his career to date. DNM Magazine: Your
I often get asked what advice I would give to someone who is traveling. It’s a very general question and something that is difficult to narrow down. What I enjoy is probably very different to what you enjoy and that’s what makes traveling so exciting. It’s a unique experience tailored to exactly what you want to make of it and nobody else will be able to repeat your personal experiences.
Even if you don’t know the back story to Steve Carlson’s latest album, Different Town, you’ll immediately recognize that the music is coming from a unique place, literally. Recorded in 11 cities around the world, the overall feel of the album is very different from Carlson’s previous offerings. While the lyrics on many of the songs speak of loneliness, loss, and social issues there’s also a feeling of hope in them.
In the 3rd and final part of our sit-down chat, Chris Webb talks a little about his interests beyond his work. DNM: So moving away a little bit from stunt work. You mentioned you’d done some travelling after school. Do you do extreme sports when you are travelling? CW: On that particular trip (after I finished school), that wasn’t my motivation. I mean I am a surfer and I did want to go
Sun rising over the lotus shaped towers. Buddhist monks meditating by the reflecting pool. Macaque monkeys harassing tourists for scraps of food. These are the images that spring to mind when hearing mention of Cambodia, the majestic expanse of Angkor Wat and the temples of the Angkor complex just outside Siem Reap. It is stunning, ethereal, thought provoking, and of huge religious importance; there’s no denying that. It’s a must-see
At Circle F, ‘F’ stands for Freedom – freedom from abuse, freedom from neglect, and the freedom to have a good, caring, and nurturing home. Founded in 1997, Circle F Horse Rescue Society is a registered charitable organization that provides medical care, feeding, housing and all-around love to abandoned and/or abused horses. As an alternative to slaughter, auction, and/or abandonment, Circle F takes in horses in need of a home,
I grew up religiously watching David Attenborough nature shows every Sunday night before bed time and without fail, my favourite episodes were the ones where he spent time in the Amazon Jungle (I think my fascination with ants started there!). So when my travels brought me to the Peruvian section of this magnificent rain forest, the word “surreal” doesn’t even begin to describe my experience. Flying into Puerto Maldonado airport
The metroplitan cities and rolling hills of England. The towering bens and mysterious lochs of Scotland. The lively nightlife and warm hospitality of Ireland. These are all amazing attributes of the island kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the appeal of them brings in an estimated 12 million visitors every year. And yet, one quarter of this diverse country is largely ignored and in the humble opinion of
Asked to describe the Grouse Grind in a phrase, most will use the word “challenge”, others “busy”, some even equate it to a pilgrimage to the cold beer you know awaits you at the summit. But the resounding feeling is one of accomplishment. Thirty minutes from the heart of downtown Vancouver, Grouse Mountain is an outdoor enthusiast’s mecca. In the winter, skiers and snowboarders alike take advantage of the Olympic