Posts tagged with ‘music’
Premier extrait du futur nouvel album de Sea Olenna, Shallow, qui sort le 30 septembre. Ce morceau s’appelle “If I’m”, il est très beau, troublant, voire un peu angoissant, plus intime que les précédents morceaux que l’on connaissait, moins fleuri et aérien. Il y a davantage d’ombres, d’échos enfouis, de choeurs fantomatiques.
One morning, Brazilian filmmaker and composer Jarbas Agnelli was inspired to create music in an unexpected way. “Reading a newspaper, I saw a picture of birds on the electric wires,” recalled Agnelli. “I cut out the photo and decided to make a song, using the exact location of the birds as notes (no Photoshop edit).”
Albeit an unconventional horticultural method, singing to plants has long been the old wives’ favourite technique for heathy foliage. But international collective ANTIVJ has turned this on its head, creating a site-specific audio-visual installation in Mexico’s Ethnobotanical garden in Oaxaca that allows its cacti to sing.
I wrote a little news piece about the project for We Heart. You can read it here.
Free streaming and download of “Breadwinner” available on Soundcloud. Who’s the beautiful multi talented BEA?
Seems like no one knows. What is known, except what she shows in the full width stunning picture by Piet Langeveld on her website (the only thing on her website together with her e-mail address) is that she was born in England but she lives in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The (electro)pop she propose is definitely a clue to say there is much more, we’ll keep waiting for you BEA.
From Pink Floyd to PJ Harvey, our Street View specialist shows us the world’s cities through the lens of famous album covers. See more
A Note From Your Jailer
I am this haunting music. Never look
Beneath the mask. There is a monster there—
Oh yes! And yet an inch or two below that
Under the raddled flesh and slightly too
Prominent teeth, my spiritual self
Is hard at work, is indefatigably yielding
You these treasures of its inwardness.
In time I’m sure you’ll really like me.
Listen, darling! I am playing Bach!
The Cold War Kids teamed up with Andy Cavatorta and his team to compose a new song that features four instruments made from Stella Artois Chalices. It’s called “A Million Eyes.” Enjoy!
Stella Artois presents The Chalice Symphony
Annie – Russian Kiss (feat Bjarne Melgaard) via Dazed
Ice orchestra performs in ‘gigantic cosmic igloo’
You know music is great when it gives you chills, and in the case of Ice Music, that’s meant quite literally.
Based in Luleå, Sweden, Ice Music is a frosty artistic project in which bundled up musicians celebrate the spirit of snowy Lapland winters by playing on instruments handcrafted from blocks of ice.