This is Nowhere is a crowdsourced fan blog of The Airborne Toxic Event. What do we mean by crowdsourced? It means that we welcome contributions from anyone and everyone in the TATE fan community. Yeah, that means you!
What are we looking for? We’ve broken things down into a number of categories:
A Little Less Profound: Mikel has said, “The most important thing that happens in music is what happens between the ears of somebody hearing a song; it’s what happens in their own mind.” We are looking for personal reflections on what The Airborne Toxic Event and their art means to you. This includes reflections on the meaning or significance of songs and lyrics, and stories of personal experiences that relate in some way to the band and their work. The band does not necessarily need to be the primary focus of your post, but there does need to be some kind of connection. For example, you can share about a personal experience that brought an Airborne lyric to life in a new way for you.
Clamoring of the Crowd: This is all about the live Airborne experience: show reviews, road trip stories, etc.
Toxicity: A semi-regular round-up of TATE news, views and videos from around the internet. Toxicity will be published weekly during periods when the band is highly active, and less frequently when things are quiet. Feel free to send us your links to share!
5’s: Celebrate your favorite quintet with a Top 5 TATE list: your top 5 TATE songs (live or studio), top 5 TATE YouTube videos, top 5 Mikel lyrics, top 5 TATE riffs, top 5 venues to see the band at, etc. Be sure to include an explanation for each item on your list!
Setlists: Just what it says. We want to build an archive of Airborne setlists through the years.
Have something to contribute? E-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org, and once it is approved, we will post it for you.
This Is Nowhere reserves the right to determine whether or not your submission is suitable for posting. Keep in mind that as a fan site, we want to maintain a positive tone. All submissions must respect the personal privacy of the band members; the focus should be on their work, not their personal lives. Images and videos can be included with your submission as long as you own the rights to the material, or have written permission from the rights holder.
Comment Policy: We welcome all opinions, but will seek to foster a climate of respect. Don’t be an ass. That about covers it.