1. 92Y Culture Klatsch Q&A With j.Bernard

Pop quiz: Aside from making great music, what do David Bowie, TV On The Radio and Massive Attack all have in common? Answer: the oh-so-awesome indie band Dragons of Zynth. Bowie’s a fan of theirs, and they’ve worked with TV On The Radio and Massive Attack. 

In this installment of Culture Klatsch, we hear from the band’s drummer j.Bernard, who let us know that his show on October 29 at 92YTribeca is particularly special to him – it marks his five-year anniversary with the band.  

Where do you go for news when you start your day? 
I start with the news, then find out what the world is thinking, then get to work. I generally start with MSNBC and the BBC. 

What are your favorite websites? 
Definitely The Huffington Post and The Daily Beast. After that its Rolling Stone, Newser, and Twitter.How much do you use Twitter and Facebook (or other social networking services)? 
I tweet therefore I am. Facebook is a dying star in the universe of human connection. I read an amazing tweet the other day that said, “Twitter makes me fall in love with strangers that I may never meet. Facebook makes me hate the “friends” I already know.” That pretty much sums it up. 

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    92Y Culture Klatsch Q&A With j.Bernard

    Pop quiz: Aside from making great music, what do David Bowie, TV On The Radio and Massive Attack all have in common? Answer: the oh-so-awesome indie band Dragons of Zynth. Bowie’s a fan of theirs, and they’ve worked with TV On The Radio and Massive Attack.

    In this installment of Culture Klatsch, we hear from the band’s drummer j.Bernard, who let us know that his show on October 29 at 92YTribeca is particularly special to him – it marks his five-year anniversary with the band.

    Where do you go for news when you start your day?
    I start with the news, then find out what the world is thinking, then get to work. I generally start with MSNBC and the BBC.

    What are your favorite websites?
    Definitely The Huffington Post and The Daily Beast. After that its Rolling Stone, Newser, and Twitter.

    How much do you use Twitter and Facebook (or other social networking services)?
    I tweet therefore I am. Facebook is a dying star in the universe of human connection. I read an amazing tweet the other day that said, “Twitter makes me fall in love with strangers that I may never meet. Facebook makes me hate the “friends” I already know.” That pretty much sums it up.

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