@laura @aral Thank you for articulating what I was feeling in my gut about Facebook, Google, Instagram, surveillance capitalism, etc Specifically I'd like to thank Aral for this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upu0gwGi4FE & Laura for this: https://laurakalbag.com/what-is-mastodon-and-why-should-i-use-it/ Because of you folks I joined Mastodon. I found an instance ( https://linernotes.club) I'm so stoked to be a part of. All the best. 👍
Nu Metal is the perfect soundtrack to blocking trackers for @better. Don’t judge me, it’s really angsty work.
From Emily's Sassy Lime and Miranda July, to Casual Dots and Spider and the Webs, the riot grrrl galaxy runs deep.
The Clash are my favorite band. Cool reading about why Chuck D loves The Clash: https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-48352061
It’s a bold move, crafting a fictional band for a movie. You’re no longer just bringing just characters and a plot to life, but also a living entity of sorts its unique dynamic. And on top of that you’ve got to make music that isn’t terrible! Many have a hard enough time with just achieving […]
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Wow! What an album:
Info from Bandcamp "Wolastoqiyik Lintuwa:konawa is the debut album by Canadian composer and tenor, Jeremy Dutcher – which involves post-classical rearrangement of his Wolastoq First Nation traditional music. Granted access to the Canadian Museum of History, Jeremy discovered wax cylinders from 1907 of his ancestors singing forgotten songs and stories that had been taken from the Wolastoqiyik Nation generations ago. The album is Jeremy’s contribution to his heritage and community in attempts to revitalize the Wolastoq language to the world, which has less than 100 speakers alive today. This collection of ground breaking post-classical arrangements is truly one of a kind and recalls the mood of Rufus Wainwright's operatic performance or the haunting pop of Anthony & The Johnsons. "
#classical #indigenous #neoclassical #music #bandcamp
Last year I was excited to discover The Slow Music Movement Radio Show. The show is described as "Lazy Days, Hazy Moments & Dancing to a Slower Groove". Check it out: https://www.theslowmusicmovement.org/radio-show.html
My pants have a huge rip in them and the hole keepings getting worse. On the plus side, if you never leave the house like me, it doesn’t really matter that much, but the breeze is pretty strange. March was like that: a strange breeze, warm and wet during an otherwise abysmal time. I was […]
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Last year I wandered down a rabbit hole when I found out that the origin song for "Solidarity Forever" was the US "Battle Hymn of the Republic", originally "John Brown's Body."
Also, the playgroup I used to go to sang "little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his nose," to that same tune. You get funny looks from the volunteers when you mix up the words from the different versions.
I love having access to pretty well every type of music all the time but I can see their point.
"Streaming services are essentially gaslighting us that this ecosystem is an amazing new development... that having everything available all the time is a good thing. It isn’t — and it is arguably damaging art and culture as a result."
Global Australia Brazil Canada Denmark France Germany Italy Mexico Norway South Korea Sweden UK US 2019 Q1 Global and Regional Report Today we’re breaking down data from Q1 of 2019 in the Discogs Database and Discogs Marketplace. This time around though, we decided to dig a little deeper than usual. In addition to looking at […]
Nice take on colored #vinyl:
sonomu.club: Sound Noise Music mastodon instance.
We welcome active musicians, songwriters, algorave livecoders, digital signal processing hackers, bedroom producers, writers of choral music, under-the-radar music selectors, exotic instrument explorers...
We'd like to stay easy and modest in numbers, hope for a quality local timeline and network with high S/N ratio.
Read our CoC first
then get in touch if you're interested joining our club.
2018 Streaming Price Bible! Per Stream Rates Drop as Streaming Volume Grows. YouTube’s Value Gap is Very Real.: https://thetrichordist.com/2019/01/29/2018-streaming-price-bible-per-stream-rates-drop-as-streaming-volume-grows-youtubes-value-gap-is-very-real/
Though the tribe of Chinese metal fans may be small, it’s backstopped by a constellation of diehard DIY supporters.
#Helmet 30x30x30 European tour: 30 years, 30 cities, 30 songs
Judy and the Jerks on vinyl, M.A.Z.E.'s perfectly disjointed post-punk, feminist groundbreakers Mecca Normal, and more.
@kim_xo89 Welcome to Liner Notes Club! I can't wait until you start sharing some music on here. 😎