One of the songs that I don’t quite have the voice for and would want another vocalist to step in and give it the kind of vocals the track seems to need. Nevertheless, it was fun to compose and I delivered the best vocals I could
and try again and again
the lesson plan has always
been locked inside
you knew you’ve been ready
for anytime anywhere
and I surely want to see you there
out of our mind into their heads
we’ll be there with our hidden agendas
and brave the smirks that they shoot
their aim is off
they were grumpy since morning
you’re strong and know the secret I know
you won’t have to stay they can be the
ones to go
so much for home advantage
we’ll be there already pouring in love
the love they wanted but never knew
it was always growing among them
all this time
Produced and recorded between 2008 and 2019, “II” is Himalayha’s latest EP. A result of a simple and direct production. Himalayha’s music does not escape its cinematic essence, using piano, strings, minimal electronic and field recordings captured from various environments. “II” is a soundwalk accompanied by emotion, a contained but still soothing inner search. There is darkness, but there is also light.
in a bathing suit | on an island far away | i see hot air balloons | and they’re headed our way | yeah i know it’s you | you’re sending all the balloons | i’d like to know why i see battle balloons | i need to know why you’re sending in your battle balloons to me
Saat dunia berstigma bahwa musik adalah komoditas kacangan yang dibentuk konstruksi industri….
Dan pula saat mereka tak lagi jujur akan diri…
Konsepsi khayal yang terabaikan…
Malas mencari nyata dalam awang…
Terjebak fana realita…
A melodic, chaotic, deep and melancholic maxi-single, slow at its beginning but becomes faster and cheerful. Lyrics are just basically phrases they came out with while they played the songs. Distraught shrieking is just a background texture.
This album is a result of bad days as human beings, and some kind of catharsis for all. ‘Santa Rosa de Lima’ is a reminder that life goes on while we are sitting here, waiting for something to happen.
released September 29, 2012
Recorded at: SoundRoom Mitras
Composed by: Ángel Amaya, Daniel Castillo, Javier Ibarra and Víctor Arguello
Voice samples on track 2 were taken from “Garden State” (movie).
“netBloc Vol. 52: Back to your regularly scheduled program”
Nearly three years after the release of netBloc Vol. 51, the much-beloved series returns and it’s a scorcher! 11 tracks deep and over an hour long… it’s a nice representation of what’s been happening in the Creative Commons music world over the past 3 years. Included on this one are old friends and new… including legendary Anticon co-founder and underground avant-garde rap pioneer, sole! So don’t sleep… download this and add it to the collection.
A huge thank you to all participating artists and labels! Much respect.
Of course, thanks once again to you for downloading & listening. We always strive to deliver the music you’ll love. Please spread the word about blocSonic, if you enjoy what we do. Remember… everything we release is cool to share! Always keep the music moving… share it… blog it… podcast it! If you’re in radio… support independent music and broadcast it!
A solo project by Shinya Nakashima.
In charge of music, arrangements, programming,bass guitar.
Also involved in working as a support musician doing sound manufacturing / live performances, etc.
Trip pop: creates space via music.
=- I sing a lot in this one.. moreso than in any of my previous releases. Most likely personal reflection reasons. I’m about to turn 39 soon and begin my 40th year of life. Red Zamboni was the second track of this family of songs recorded and I like it so much that I made a music video for it and sent it in to VideoRecords.ch. It’s different than the other four songs in that it didn’t receive any vocals, nevertheless, it’s in the same family as it was created the same way (arranging the chord progressions in chordbot on android then dropping them into renoise on pc where I do the recording, tracking, and rendering) as the other four. So instead of making Red Zamboni its own single and the four remaining songs an ep, I just decided to make it one ep altogether.
Every ice hockey arena needs a zamboni they can count on. And not just count on. One they can spell on too. Life isn’t always about numbers.
Red Zamboni by Origami Repetika is now avl on sub65 archive.org/details/s65010
#sub65media #easylistening #postpunk #melodramatic #lobit
TERR110: Boreal soundscape collage accompanied by the lull of balmy guitar. Seamless loop recorded over a week-long residency in Inari, Finland.
“I took part in a media workshop group’s travel to Inari, bringing together different artistic visions in order to gather a multimedia report of the Northern seasonal foliage, and ultimately organize a collective art exhibition. The residency was in a cabin beside Nukkumajoki river and my project in the group was to record the journey photographically and acoustically.
I was mesmerized by Inari’s fjelds, lakes and aurora-filled nights, the pristine flora surrounding Nellim near the Russian border and one particularly important place of interest was Siida Museum; a rich crash course on the indigenous Sámi culture, history and the seriously endangered Inari-Sámi language. To this day, Sámi people keep facing systematic discrimination in many aspects.
The loan word “Kaamos” doesn’t have a literal translation in English despite its unmissable significance in our culture. It could be split into two contexts: firstly the near literal translation “polar night” implying the geographical lack of sunrise, and secondly an associated mental state as a consequence: winter depression. The bane of northeners.
Post-trip, I recorded guitar to fit the field recording collage for a seamless audio installation loop as part of our touring mixed media art exhibition of the same name. The opening in December was at our workshop Vimma, with Turku Main Library to follow later in spring.”
Pistol jazz is an instrumental band(violence, beauty, and own vision) who expresses the energy of life with avant-garde music.
Once you hear their wild sound of rapture, you will hear the sound of their burning souls are going to be a legend of Pistol Jazz.
We Versus the Shark are proud to present “Murmurmur,” an ongoing collection of renditions of songs we’ve been inspired by in the past few years. Starting today, January 1st, and finishing up on December 1st 2008, each month we’ll be posting a new MP3 to Quote Unquote Records of other people’s jams. Some of the songs are by artists who have gained accolades in some circles but remain obscure in others; a few will be Athens bands we’re excited to big-up. We here at We Versus the Shark believe that “interpreting” (whatever) other artists is a good way to learn about structure, melody, and other things we’re generally confused by. Enjoy “Murmurmur.”
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