Lastly, Codes within Codes brought out the lo-fi “beats and boops” promised by the show’s Facebook event page. Cummings ⏤ sole member of Codes within Codes ⏤ really demonstrates just how far one can push a one-man-set.
He gets a lot done with his raw talent and skill in blending traditional guitar and lo-fi elements.
Check out Codes within Codes at work in the video below.
Today, I’m encouraging you to do something that most people would flat out refuse to do: I encourage you to wish your enemy/enemies well. Now, before you add me to the list of your enemies for my suggestion, let me explain. Your enemy is the hero of their own story Let me start with one
Kenosha Creative Space hosted the talents of three local bands Saturday night: Lumphead (Brittany Lumley), Roaming Bear and Codes within Codes (Cody Cummings). I had the pleasure of being a face in the crowd listening to the different stylings of the local artists. And of course, I brought my camera along to share bits and
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It’s commonplace in this world to encounter negative talk about yourself or the people you care about. As humans, we have a tendency to give way to gossip, to our basest intrigues and to act in ways that are simple. The truth is, talking negatively about someone is simple; it’s the easy way out. You
As of Jan. 1, 2023, I am six years sober from alcohol, and have been on a journey of change ever since. While the overall nature of sobriety is change ⏤ and the positive changes will be the majority ⏤ there are also some hard adjustments. Other Observer stories (Column continues below) Change overall In
One of the biggest things that I think people just "all about that positive" don't understand is that, at its core, it's a clear sign of deflection, in my opinion.
In this episode, I explain my thought process behind that conclusion, toxic positivity and encourage you to embrace the positives and negatives of life.
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