Published on Apr 29, 2012 by misssophiemadeleine
This is what happened when virtuoso singer and songwriter HANNAH SCHNEIDER paid a visit to our attic studio, all the way from Copenhagen!
We discovered that we all shared a love for FIRST AID KIT, and this song is particularly wonderful, so we thought we'd cover it. See the original here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsP2-HwdpOk
We also urge you to buy First Aid Kit's new album "The Lion's Roar", because it's simply incredible.
This video was so much fun to make, really hope you all like it!
Tech info for those interested:
Hannah plays the Casio SA-76 mini keyboard and Glockenspiel
Tim plays a vintage Guild acoustic.
Sophie plays a Risa Electric Tenor Ukulele through a Fender Blues Jnr.
Filmed with a Canon T1i. Live audio recorded and mixed in Logic.
Published on Apr 17, 2012 by NettwerkMusic
Admiral Fallow - The Paper Trench [Official Video]
Tree Bursts In Snow 21 May 2012
"Admiral Fallow offers the type of music marked by chamber strings and woodwinds layered with pop structural elements...we have high hopes for their sophomore album." -- PasteMagazine.com "Top 10 International Acts To Watch For 2012"
Director: Greg Davenport
Filmed in Glasgow & Loch Lomond
Published on Apr 16, 2012 by DominoRecords
Domino is happy to announce its participation in Record Store Day, releasing a number of special records exclusively through independent outlets on Saturday the 21st of April 2012.
This video was written and produced while traveling through Chile & Patagonia with my girlfriend. We spent 5 weeks exploring this amazing country, and this is how we chose to document it.
Bowspirit by: Balmorhea
Skeletons by: Yeah Yeah Yeahs
The Bowery Presents Live features groundbreaking must-see live music and the latest in emerging music culture. TBP Live streams live shows and features intimate performances from industry leaders and the next big things in music.
When you binge watch a show in it's entirety...over 5 days. Well then said show deserves to be immortalized in mix tape form.
Thirteen tracks including music by Lydia Loveless, Antony and the Johnsons, and Eileen.
Jukebox favorites from back in the day when rock was all about rebels, sock hops, and getting "pinned" lol. Tracks date from 1950s-1960s b/c that's how I roll, lol.
Perry Como, The Shirelles, Jackie Wilson
A writing mix inspired by a current project, and a dash of kismet. Tracks included by: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Lana Del Rey, and The Kills. Each track in its proper order tells a story in a sequences of events with annotation.
"The blues are because you're getting fat and maybe it's been raining too long, you're just sad that's all. The mean reds are horrible. Suddenly you're afraid and you don't know what you're afraid of. Do you ever get that feeling?" - Breakfast @ Tiffany's
Music By: Agnes Obel, Lana Del Rey, Damien Rice
three months ago i bought a plane ticket, packed a bag, and moved to the other side of the world. watching the seasons change as a stranger in a new place is the most beautiful thing i've experienced yet.
music for blue-blooded girls lost in the woods, turntable princesses without thrones, damsels in distressed jeans who take too many pills and fall into comas. a new project: modern interpretations of fairy tales and folklore, themed around individual tropes.
i think of myself as the wandering sort, so long as you're the home at the end of the road. music for long walks and dead ends and dirt roads and cobbled alleys and the journey rather than the destination.
we say it could be simple, but the thing about attraction is it's never simple. desire's got its own agenda, love plays by its own rules. go ahead and do whatever your heart's telling you, girl. throw out the playbook, get in my bed.
“Winter is the time for comfort, for good MUSIC,
for good food and warmth,
for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire:it is the time for home.”
cover art inspirated by works of A u d r e y K a w a s a k i
do you think about me too? i'm the sunset through a bus window, i'm the unmade bed. blink and you'll miss me. the city never could keep up with the way you made my heart race. i'm written on your skin, aren't i? we crave in silence, we lust in the dark.
your favorite nasty-ass mix series is back in business, and this time it's less hygienic than ever. you think you know, but you don't know shit. get ready to make mistakes and breed drama with good old-fashion ass smackin and pussy poppin. let the liquor and body juices flow, motherfuckers.
Inspired mix by #DavidLynch's film, "Mulholland Drive." Music includes songs from: Andrew Belle, Lana Del Rey, and Daughter.
Vector Art By ( The Amazing) : Grzegorz Domaradzki
Buzzfeed released a list like this today. It sucked. I don't care what your life experience is, drinking alone to Third Eye Blind is not, nor ever will be, an option!
Music by Tom Waits, Townes Van Zandt, The Replacements et al
just deal with it YO
For: "Sixteen year old you and your duct taped copy of 'On The Road"
Trade in your sarcastic heart for something you can use
sounds courtesy of Two Cow Garage, Patti Smith, Velvet Underground
Fanmix inspired by the works of Brooke Shaden, a remarkable photographer and artist. Tracks on this mix by: Florence + The Machine, Yuna, and MSMR. For Brooke Shaden's work: twitter @BrookeShaden or http://www.brookeshaden.com/ Photo Credit: "An Intimate Affair" Brooke Shaden (http://tinyurl.com/l3wffms)
A mixtrack for all the people who never thought they would survive high school in the 90s. The people who sat at the far corner of the lunchroom with their head in a book, and their ears plugged to music coming from their CD player. This mix includes songs from: Rage Against the Machine, Pearl Jam, and NIN.
Silver moon upon the deep dark sky,
Through the vast night pierce your rays.
This sleeping world you wonder by,
Smiling on men's homes and ways.
Oh moon ere past you glide, tell me,
Tell me, oh where does my loved one bide?
Tell him, oh tell him, my silver moon,
Mine are the arms that shall hold him,
That between waking and sleeping
Think of the love that enfolds him.
May between waking and sleeping
Think of the love that enfolds him.
Light his path far away, light his path,
Tell him, oh tell him who does for him stay!
Human soul, should it dream of me,
Let my memory wakened be.
Moon, oh moon, oh do not wane, do not wane,
Moon, oh moon, do not wane...
English composerGustav Holst composed The Planets between 1914 and 1916. The Birmingham premiere of the suite took place in 1918, fifteen years before Pluto was discovered. Though the Planets became by far the most popular work of Holst's and one of the most known pieces by an English-born composer, Holst did not consider the piece one of his finest. Partially because of this, he never wrote an eighth movement, though unexpectedly the IAU relegated Pluto from its status as planet proper in 2006.
"It is probably no accident that Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, which is really the seminal work of the 20th century in so many ways, happened in 1913, just before the greatest conflagration that the world had ever known … Stravinsky talked of trying to recapture the violence, the sense of the earth cracking open, that he witnessed every spring in Russia…but on a deeper level, it's a musical metaphor for the vessel of an exhausted era cracking open." (Sir Simon Rattle)
Published on 9 Mar 2013
"Hawking" is the extraordinary story of the planet's most famous living scientist, told for the first time in his own words and by those closest to him. Made with unique access to Hawking's private life, this is an intimate and moving journey into Stephen's world, both past and present. An inspirational portrait of an iconic figure, Hawking relates his incredible personal journey from boyhood under-achiever, to PhD genius, to being diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease and given just two years to live. Despite the constant threat of death, Hawking manages to make many remarkable scientific discoveries and rises to fame and super-stardom. "Hawking" - a remarkable man, and a remarkable movie.