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
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Sir Roger Norrington über Vaughan Williams´ ›Pastoral Symphony‹ #DSOconcerts
Sir Roger Norrington über Vaughan Williams´ ›Pastoral Symphony‹ #DSOconcerts - Mr Quiet's blog blakedynasty.typepad.com Unlike Beethoven's Sixth, which leaves little doubt as to their subject with babbling brooks, singing birds and summer storms, the musical images arise in Vaughan Williams indirect. The horror, the demands Walton, was the participation in the First World War for Vaughan Williams. Only in 1938, 16 years after the completion of the work, the composer revealed the great influence that his war experiences had taken in France on his Third Symphony. The declared pacifist had there, voluntarily served with already 42 years as a paramedic. Powerful images »Vaughan Williams' music conjures up images vast landscape," says Norrington during a...
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Putting the ass in bass!
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TO INFINITY AND... *BASS DROP* Vol. 2
❃ Tomorrowland 2014 ❃
A playlist inspired by warm summer nights, the company of good friends, and a few stolen kisses. This mix starts with a rush and then slows down with awesome tracks by: Conway, Kodaline, Yeah Yeah Yeahs
The weather is gorgeous at the Castro-based 8tracks office. The sun is shining, birds are singing, and for the next few days people from all over San Francisco and the world will be walking around in various states of undress and having the time of their lives, CAUSE IT'S MOTHERF***ING PRIDE WEEKEND Y'ALL!
To celebrate, we've put together a mix of new and old dance jams for you to jump around and be hella proud to, featuring Queen, Big Freedia, and New Order.
"I haven't seen a dance hall jump like that since that one time that flea circus act got loose"
Featuring artists such as Parov Stelar, Movits! and Gramatik.
I'll keep on updating so keep on coming back! Feel free to leave your recommendations!
A gamelan is a traditional musical ensemble from Indonesia, typically from the islands of Java and Bali, featuring a variety of instruments such as metallophones, xylophones, kendang (drums) and gongs; bamboo flutes, bowed and plucked strings. Vocalists may also be included. For most Indonesians, gamelan music is an integral part of Indonesian culture.
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.
"When I dance, I cannot judge, I cannot hate, I cannot separate myself from life. I can only be joyful and whole. That is why I dance."
- Hans Bos
PLEASE NOTE: If you do not have means to decent speakers and/or headphones, please do not bother listening. This set calls for fat bass capabilities, anything less is pointless.
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
For the 8tracks Halloween “Slaylist” Challenge. Info is here, along with the staff playlist: https://8tracks.com/staff-picks/party-at-the-overlook-hotel
The challenge was to revamp a classic horror movie soundtrack...
I decided to make an alternate Hellraiser score, what else?
Artwork by Nick Percival.
Havaların yavaş yavaş Kıta Avrupası derecelerine yaklaştığı şu günlerde Almanya'nın nevi şahsına münhasır plak şirketi Kompakt'dan çıkan 8 şarkıyı bir araya getirdim. Günümüzden geriye doğru gidilerek hazırlanan bu güzide set ile elektronik müziğin en güzel örneklerini dinlerken kulaklarınızda alman pastası tadı hissedeceksiniz.
Herkese afiyet olsun.
It's that time of the year again: twelve months full of exciting releases and stunning sounds come to a close, a perfect opportunity to look back and do what us geeks love to do most... a list. Sure enough, it will be a spotty selection at best, as there's always a personal favorite which didn't make the cut - still, we think we managed to compile a nicely balanced podcast featuring obvious bangers alongside secret weapons and other surprising outings from our distribution labels. Behold three hours of sonic majesty with Kompakt.fm's Best Of 2013!
More info: http://www.kompakt.fm/labels
“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
Further explorations into new avant-garde and free jazz, some old favorites, a humble appreciation of Julius Hemphill, plus a FREE 20-minute bonus track at the end.
Funky up front. Way out in the back.
Includes the music of Mary Halvorson Quintet, Marty Ehrlich's Rites Quartet, and Julius Hemphill.
My first mix. I owe 8tracks. 3/4th of my music comes from you jerks. Snowy day mix. Slow enough to make you cry, but upbeat enough to make your booty shake.
Iggy Pop, Kasey Chambers and Martina Topley-Bird.
I think this is the third mix I made with travel in mind, and I'm really happy with how it turned out. Twelve tracks to listen to when on the train, on the road, on a ship or hell a starship if you've got one. Enjoy!
Unlike Beethoven's Sixth, which leaves little doubt as to their subject with babbling brooks, singing birds and summer storms, the musical images arise in Vaughan Williams indirect. The horror, the demands Walton, was the participation in the First World War for Vaughan Williams. Only in 1938, 16 years after the completion of the work, the composer revealed the great influence that his war experiences had taken in France on his Third Symphony. The declared pacifist had there, voluntarily served with already 42 years as a paramedic. Powerful images »Vaughan Williams' music conjures up images vast landscape," says Norrington during a rehearsal break last June. "But it is the scenery of the First World War, a landscape, have suffered infinitely in the human. The music is not programmatic, but very vivid - and she has four slow movements. At first this may sound boring, but it is incredibly touching. "His imagination helps Norrington going to keep the tension to work out a development in four slow movements. How four seasons, so he told them act on it. Starting with a serene summer, followed by a plaintive trumpet player in the fall, probably blows to his own funeral - incidentally, the only real quote that brought the composer from the war. The third set represents Norrington for the winter, clear and white, the horror graciously be obstructions. The fourth then the spring, which always is otherwise a fresh start, but here only a bleak Call to nowhere -. According to all those who will never recur These are strong images, and they represent an intense and exciting music in all seriousness an elegiac, almost unearthly beauty and exudes tranquility. Anu Komsi that the> songs a fairy princess
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.