Tag: Announcements
image for Update for February. - Song Contest News, and Some Comments About the User Experience.
Posted by Krister Axel
Announcing our biggest contest yet, changes to the navigation experience, and a few notes for the future.
image for We Did It. - Welcome to CHILLFILTR 3.0
Posted by Krister Axel
This site now runs on Craft CMS, with assists from TailwindCSS and Fortrabbit.com - plus a whole bunch of cloud services.
image for Samantha Rice Creates New Lane of Monetization for Music Millennials
Posted by Jonathan P-Wright
Samantha' Patience Jay' Rice continues to create, innovate, and inspire Music Millennials to embrace their greatness.
image for Beyond Writer's Block. - I'm Sure Everything Will Be Back to Normal Soon.
Posted by Krister Axel
Maybe what I feel right now is how everyone feels, but that doesn't make me feel any less alone.
image for CHILLFILTR Announcements. - What Have We Learned So Far?
Posted by Krister Axel
If anyone tells you that music isn't good anymore, just go ahead and punch them in the mouth.
image for Ashland, Oregon: Local Songwriter Krister Axel Gets a Moment in the Spotlight
Posted by Krister Axel
It's been 15 years since I recorded Georgia Rain, and 12 years since I recorded Something Beautiful, which have turned out to be my top tracks since they got put on the Netflix release of Friday Night Lights years ago.
image for Put It in the Cloud. - How a Retired Web Engineer Built a Worldwide Indie Music Network in Less than 2 Years
Posted by Krister Axel
The truth is, I am pulling together my main 3 skill sets, and it is turning out to be very synergistic. I am a poet, first; that was always the calling for adolescent me. Later in life, I fell in love with music, and I just figured out today that I've been playing piano for 33 years.
image for Ashland, Oregon: CHILLFILTR Celebrates 1 Year of Independent Music Reviews
Posted by Krister Axel
Thank you to all the record labels, publicity shops, and individual artists that send their songs in for coverage.
image for The Rules of Engagement
Posted by Krister Axel
This was one the first things I ever posted to CHILLFILTR - the blog was just a few days old.