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Simply put I’m an avid music listener, devotee, and follower. I love it so much that I decided to develop this blog dedicated to every musical artist and band that I enjoy.
I hope to enlighten any potential listeners that may be out there on some great music.
This also serves as a great way to put all of my musical ideals and thoughts out to the world. High hopes for your appreciation
Here is a link to some of my material. Like it or not:
If you're up for sharing musical ideas, or just wish to contact me feel free to send an email to (((((email@example.com))))) Cheers.
※A blog dedicated to all electronic music and anything else that might cross my mind in the realm of sound... Along with the occasional release here and there.※
Flying Lotus - Never Catch Me (Official Audio) ft. Kendrick Lamar
Guard: Azul Amaral
Producer: Eric Coleman
Director: Eric Andre
Co-Director: Eric Coleman
Cinematographer: Jerry Henry
Editor: Paul Rogers
Production Asst: Marybell Chavez
Stylist: Christa Rivera
Stylist Asst: Alfred Hawkins
Production Designer: Nate Morris
Art Dept Asst: Mike Park
‘Thievery’ is taken from the forthcoming Arca album ‘Xen’ available November 3rd (4th in US) on Mute.
Arca DJ Tour
w/ Total Freedom & Jesse Kanda (Visuals)
9/18 - Fashion Tech - Portland, OR - http://bit.ly/1oeqgyX
9/20 - Dome at Science World - Vancouver, BC - http://tinyurl.com/ob7xaex
9/23 - Gray Area Art & Technology Theater - San Francisco, CA - http://ticketf.ly/1oVIhHk
9/24 - EMP Sky Church - Seattle, WA - http://bit.ly/UzYE07
9/25 - First Unitarian Church - Los Angeles, CA - http://ticketf.ly/1xw2R1E
Flylo chatted about his forthcoming 5th album, You’re Dead (out in October) which sees him working with the likes of Snoop, Kendrick Lamar and the legendary jazz musician Herbie Hancock. He even gave Gilles a world exclusive play of Moment of Hesitation, which features Herbie.
When you find yourself in a rut, often this is generated by doing the same old thing over and over, and can lead to a form of hopelessness.
From the depth of the rut, the only thing you can see is the sky. There are no horizons or connecting landscapes, just the same walls, the same repeated actions forever.
Once you decide to make a change, to get out of the rut, there is often a cruel trick waiting for you. Just outside the rut is a mine field. you climb out of a rut just to have something blow up in your face, to which your typical first reaction is to jump right back in the rut.
This often corresponds with the first stage of acceptance: the thought that “this is crazy, I should give up now.” Dealing with the mine field and moving forward is a form of intentional (and potentially necessary) suffering, and is the price for the benefits to come. The good news is that beyond the mine field is the promised land.