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Shabbat Rusciolelli

Re-designer and Musician

Episode #12 – How Many Ways Can I Wear a Sarong?

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Episode #12 – How Many Ways Can I Wear a Sarong?

ABOUT

Shabbat Symphonia was born into a traveling hippie commune in the mid-80s in Portland, Oregon. In the first five years of her life she backpacked and hitchhiked with minimal possessions from country to country including Belize, Spain, Greece, and Israel.
Happily entertaining herself, she has a fondness for dumpster diving, cutting things up, and drawing in poetry. At 19 years old Shabbat moved to Bushwick, New York to pursue a career in music as a singer songwriter. With a fondness for making old things new again, she threw herself headlong into fashion styling musicians and flipping vintage high-end fashion into new designs. Shabbat is opening her shop on April 15th in Rosendale specializing in vintage and up-cycled Eco Fashion called Shabbat’s!

Peter Robertson

Producer & Sound Engineer

Episode #80 – Triumph Over Catastrophe

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Episode #80 – Triumph Over Catastrophe

ABOUT

Pete Robertson started his engineering career as a kid in a garage band. He always had the ability to make things sound better. He moved to Woodstock and found himself invited to help Michael Birnbaum build Applehead Recording and remained there getting his formal education, engineering for artists such as Rick Danko, Levon Helm, Tony Levin and many other working musicians who hide away in the shadows of the Catskill Mountains. He met a band in Boston, The Dropkick Murphys who started out on a dare and ended up with notoriety for their Celtic Punk song that was used in Scorsese’s “The Departed”. With this boost, the Dropkick Murphys tour Europe and the USA every year with their sound entrusted to Pete. Pete also serves as their ears in the recording studio and produced their last album.

Valen Coscarella

Lady Verse • DJ of the Evolution

Episode #78 – Check That Off My Bucket List!

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Episode #78 – Check That Off My Bucket List!

ABOUT

For DJ Lady Verse, simply being the premier female DJ in New York’s Hudson Valley doesn’t cut it. Her aim is much, much higher. Throughout her ten-year career, this spinstress has toiled tirelessly behind the turntables, focusing hard on developing her impeccable song selection and seamless mixes. And it shows, just ask the legions of orgasmically satiated dancers from over 100 venues that she has rocked from NYC to Miami and beyond. With over a dozen long-term residencies under her belt, DJ Lady Verse is a regular at New York City’s largest nightclub, Webster Hall. She has earned her place in a predominantly male field and worked her way up the ranks, gaining the respect of both her fans and peers.