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Head is alive. Hence the sound of music.

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Comment on Interview ::: Jesse Futerman – “No theory, no writing. Just from the soul.” by Shantelle Musgraves

Thu, 28 Sep 2017 17:20:36 +0000

Thanks for discussing this. Technology becomes the instructor.

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Sat, 06 Sep 2014 14:16:47 +0000

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Comment on Afraid of Pop: Sandi Thom and this War Thing by Georgie.Girl

Wed, 25 Jun 2014 02:09:09 +0000

In this book, it hilights the many revolutions that seem to have been forgotten. Do u think a world that doesnt care is her way of expressing the way a community is way more distant to the closeness of days before when people cared more for people in general Its still a good song, amazing voice, girl done good but my question is...whats she doing now?

Comment on Afraid of Pop: Sandi Thom and this War Thing by Georgie.Girl

Wed, 25 Jun 2014 02:00:24 +0000

Nixon in the world: Americas foreign relations, 1969-1977 "Part 4 surveys crises that erupted in the Middle East, South Asia, and Latin America between 1969 and 1977, as well as the administration’s peacetime relationships with Japan and Canada"

Comment on [Interview] Robot Koch- the man, the vision, the R2D2s by Tamra Holcomb

Wed, 04 Dec 2013 23:30:38 +0000

The track features gritty, surreal lyrics, simple musical variation, and an eerie-sounding, RZA-produced beat.

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Tue, 12 Nov 2013 11:30:36 +0000

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Fri, 11 Oct 2013 16:54:30 +0000

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Mon, 20 May 2013 16:10:10 +0000

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Comment on It isn’t really bleak, it’s just that much more unreal. by Eddy Baldwin

Mon, 21 Jan 2013 15:46:31 +0000

I think it’s happening all the time. I mean, with my favourite music, the technology really comes second for me in terms of listening to music. I’m not attracted to something based on what effects it uses, like what brand of delay is uses or what kind of boundaries are being pushed. It’s normally just musical, rhythmical or harmonic ideas that I’m interested in first. But once you’re used to these things, those elements come into play and they start being reasons why it’s your favourite piece of music. You start appreciating the technology and the process. I suppose there are process-based musics where that is literally the forefront, like William Basinski or some kinds of more loop-based things, where so much attention is drawn to the process because of the nature of the music and that is first. But in most pop music, it is really just ideas first for me.

Comment on Drive, and an original soundtrack. by Cyryl

Tue, 28 Aug 2012 19:02:52 +0000

I read you. I listened. I like it. But the music causes the strange feeling you get while watching the movie. A mixture of tension and feeling out of time and space. Really weird, though interesting.

Comment on Away by LISTEN UP: BWE’s Daily Dose of the Best Music Ever

Fri, 06 Jul 2012 19:21:54 +0000

[...] moving on. Eardrums Shall Fail has a great mix posted today, including tracks by The Shins, Razorlight, Cat Power and Erykah [...]

Comment on Afraid of Pop: Sandi Thom and this War Thing by katie

Sat, 28 Jan 2012 03:00:49 +0000

You think sandi meant it all so factual , wrong , punk rock began late 70's hence "77" rev. Was in the air, and as for the fact of flowers resem the hippie era of carefree living. And if you want fact many rev occured in both "77' n "69" there was a cultral rev in China which saw a band on Beethoven until 77. Not to mention at homosexual rev ppl get over it its about her ideals not yours and it made her rich, she aint complaing stop hating . (World that doesn't care) so true

Comment on Vier Minuten, the bloody piano and the soundtrack by jake

Mon, 13 Jun 2011 00:41:24 +0000

where can i find sheet music for the song handkanten akt ??? i absolutelly love that song and it would be awesong to play it...

Comment on Home-Cooked Bjork (twinkle twinkle) by Ben

Thu, 09 Jun 2011 10:43:04 +0000

hello ! that's a great shot of Bjork. do you know where it originated ?