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On Tuesday, Soundcloud announced an expansion of SoundCloud Premier program, a direct monetization platform focused on making it easier for fans to support artists. After initially testing out the Premier with a select group of artists, the program will now be more widely available. To start, artists must have at least 5,000 plays in the past […]

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The Control Freaks - Double Dose of Hate.

Background - Wait, The Control Freaks are putting out another single? How about that: I am the bearer of good news! Their last single, "I Am Crime", just came out last month. Next up is Double Dose of Hate, due out November 2. This single literally IS a double dose of hate, as both tracks are odes to...you guessed it...hate!

Who can't get behind that?! Sherrilynn Nelson (formerly keyboardist for The Omens) loved The Control Freaks so much that she learned guitar just so she could join the band. "Time's Up" from the last single was her CF songwriting debut.  Double Dose of Hate opens with another song she penned called "I Hate Your Face". That's a damn fine title, and sure enough, the song lives up to it! I can never get enough of this sort of old-style catchy punk rock, and I really dig the back-and-forth exchange between Nelson and Greg Ripoff.

When it comes to garage punk in the year 2018, The Control Freaks are showing everyone how it's done. Double Dose of Hate is their fourth single - and in my opinion their best yet. I say this because of the impossible time I'm having trying to determine which of these two tracks is "the hit". One song can be played at max volume while you curse the name of significant others past and present. The other will feed your abhorrence for just about everyone else. Arguments over which track is superior could very well lead to drunken fist fights and ruined friendships. Do we really want that? So let's just call it a tie and agree that a double dose of hate is exactly what this world needs. FACEBOOK.


In 1967 we had the summer of love, fast track a decade and in 1977 we had the summer of hate thanks to the growing dissolution with anything that, well Er, needed to be hated. 'Double Dose of Hate' has plenty of the original punk vibes, reminding me in part of Scotland's deliciously punk The Rezillos, it's catchy, energised and as a contradiction - fun.

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Fauvely - Savannah.

Background - Fauvely is the project of Chicago-based singer-guitarist Sophie Brochu, who creates deeply personal dream-pop music. After completing her master’s in fiction writing and feeling frustrated with the constraints of her craft, Sophie turned to music for its raw and immediate release. 

The title of her debut EP, Watch Me Over complicate This (Midwest Action, 2017), speaks to the confessional tone of songs that range from delicately self-effacing to hauntingly sad.

Fauvely’s forthcoming LP, Tides, transports listeners to the salty coast of Sophie’s hometown, Savannah, GA. Louder and bolder than her EP, these intensely brooding songs are the result of a new confidence possessed by Sophie, and the desire to come to terms with haunting memories in a place revered for its beauty. 


Fauvely has cultivated a strong presence in Chicago, sharing the stage with internationally acclaimed artists Stella Donnelly, Gemma Ray, Ryley Walker, and Ultimate Painting. WEBSITE.

Live - October 11 -  Schubas ( supporting Laura Veirs) Chicago, IL.


'Savannah' quietly opens with soothing vocals and a gentle musical backdrop. The layers gradually build, bringing more melodic hooks and a lush landscape of rich and pleasing dream pop.

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Jason Ewald - Looking Everywhere.

Background - A retro-modern reflection on the isolation and adversities of city life, Jason Ewald’s new single “Looking Everywhere” is a soulful homage to the pop songwriting of the ’60s and ’70s. 

The song’s rich arrangement belies its humble beginning, conceived on a friend’s upright piano at her Brooklyn apartment. It started as two-chord vamp, a simple bass line, and Ewald improvising whatever lyrics came to mind. After sitting idle for two years, the idea was rescued from a digital recorder, and construction began in earnest. Throughout the writing process, the song stayed true to the sounds he and the band grew up with and love. Horn arrangements and rich harmonies provide a canvas for a soulful, reflective—and palpably melancholy vocal performance.

Ewald recalled, “It wasn’t until after recording it that I realized how lonely I was at the time. It seemed my subconscious was at work right under my nose. Such is existing in New York. What you love about it—what fulfills and nourishes you—is exactly what grinds you down and tests your resolve. Living in a city of millions, yet alone. Navigating periods of doubt, but always emerging victorious.”

“Looking Everywhere” is available everywhere now, including Bandcamp, Spotify and Apple Music. Ewald is active in the NYC music scene through a number of projects, and continuing to record and release new music under his own name, as well as the duo Jase & Stace. WEBSITE.


Cool, smooth and timeless 'Looking Everywhere' is a fabulously soulful song that takes us back decades whilst having all the quality modern musical production offers. The arrangement is pristine, the natural soul vibes are everywhere, for me this is late night city music to devour.

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          SoundCloud launches monetization platform for creators      Cache   Translate Page      

SoundCloud has announced the rollout of its monetization platform for artists, SoundCloud Premier. This official launch of the program comes nearly four years after the offering launched in beta and remained an invite-only service during that time. Now, monetization will be available for a portion of its 20 million boasted creators, specifically, those who are […]

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Category: Music
Latest version: 1.6.10
Size: 21.56 MB

As seen on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon -- Create music with Loopy HD by layering looped recordings of singing, beatboxing, or playing an instrument with a savvy, sophisticated, tactile new looper that totally reinvents the formula.

http://loopyapp.com

-- “This is the best loop station on the iPhone” -- Dub FX (dubfx.net)
-- “I pretty much own every mobile looper out there and Loopy is HANDS DOWN the best. Super simple interface with powerful features.” -- J. Alan Meier
-- “If you want a recording app that will get out of the way and just let you be creative, you just found it.” -- Dave Merson-Hess, indie film composer
-- “Loopy 2 is by far the best looper for the iPhone we’ve seen to date” -- iOS Recording

Now compatible with Ableton Link, a new technology that synchronises beat, phase and tempo. It works between Ableton Live and Link-enabled iOS apps over a wireless network, or iOS apps on the same device. Just turn it on in Settings to get started! http://ableton.com/link

Compatible with the Audiobus app: Now you can receive live audio directly from other Audiobus-compatible apps!

While other music creation apps tend to be either powerful but difficult to learn, or easy to use but limited in features, Loopy doesn't compromise. Loopy offers a sleek, expressive, instantly understandable interface that beginners can start using effectively straight away. It's fun, right from the start.

More advanced users, however, will not be disappointed by Loopy's rich feature set, with extra features many other loopers just don't have. Plus, a sophisticated interactive tutorial system lets users discover Loopy's more advanced features at their own pace.

RECORD & LAYER

- Six, nine, or twelve beautifully rendered circular loops, with simple yet powerful controls.
- Count-in, count-out and record chaining lets you keep your hands free to play an instrument.
- MIDI control, to control Loopy via foot pedal or other controller.
- Overdub, to build beautiful, complex soundscapes from many layers.
- Support for tracks of any multiple or fraction of a beat, for flexible and expressive looping.
- Sophisticated audio or visual metronome to keep you in time - no matter what time signature you choose.
- Perfectly synchronized, low latency audio engine.

IMPORT & CONSTRUCT

- Import loops from your computer via iTunes, with support for AIFF, WAV, MP3, M4A, CAF and more.
- Bring in audio from many other audio apps with integrated audio copy and paste.
- Imported loops are automatically fit to your beat, no matter what tempo.

MANIPULATE & TWEAK

- Full stereo audio, with pan controls for each track to create custom stereoscapes.
- Fix up timing by twisting tracks around to line up the beat, or make funky sound effects with dynamic time shifting.
- Drag a track onto another track to merge tracks, and clear up a space.
- Live, dynamic tempo adjustment to speed up or slow down your creations, without altering the pitch.
- MIDI clock sync, to play in time with other MIDI-capable devices or apps.

PERFORM & SHARE

- Record whole performances with in-app session recording facilities.
- Upload performances or single loops straight to SoundCloud, and post to Twitter or Facebook.
- Email audio clips.
- Share audio with many other audio apps with audio copy and paste.
- Transfer loops or performances to your computer via iTunes.

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Loopy is developed by one guy who loves making great apps, and who is dedicated to responsive development and support. Please contact me with questions, bug reports, feature ideas, and other feedback at support@atastypixel.com or http://forum.loopyapp.com. I may be able to fix your issue in less time than it would take to write a negative review!

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Un an après avoir levé les 170 millions d'euros qui l'ont sauvé de la faillite, Soundcloud mise sur les services à ses millions d'artistes indépendants.
          SoundCloud rolls out new track monetization feature for independent creators      Cache   Translate Page      

SoundCloud has long been one of the most trafficked streaming sites in the world, even as Spotify and Apple Music continue to improve their platforms by leaps and bounds. However, one of the most glaring drawbacks to SoundCloud has been the lack of widespread monetization opportunities. Today, SoundCloud has announced that it has expanded its […]

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          NEW MUSIC: BRENDAN FALLIS DROPS EPIC VOYAGEUR PHARAOHS TRACK ON SOUNDCLOUD      Cache   Translate Page      
  Brendan Fallis has been dropping great tracks for a while now, with his latest Pharaohs being no exception. Featured on Surf Collective many times over the years and pulling together amazing playlists for us (here & here), Fallis is … Continue reading
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Hip hop and rap music has always been embroiled with controversy and conflict, and Soundcloud rappers are no different. In case you haven't listened to a Soundcloud playlist in a while, this type of music is also called mumble rap. Basically, the lyrics are sometimes indecipherable.

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          SLASH On Writing For THE CONSPIRATORS: 'The Nucleus For New Material Always Comes From When We're On The Road'      Cache   Translate Page      
GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash says most of the material written for "Living The Dream", his fourth solo album and third with THE CONSPIRATORS, comes from when the band is on tour and can assemble ideas during soundcheck. The initial riffs for the disc were collected as far back as 2015, but progress on the record came to a halt when GUNS N' ROSES' "Not In This Lifetime" reunion tour took off. In a recent interview with Joe & Borna of Milwaukee radio station 102.9 The Hog, Slash spoke about how he selected ALTER BRIDGE's Myles Kennedy in 2011 to front the guitarist's then-newly-formed backing band, THE CONSPIRATORS. "To make a long story short, when I did the first solo record with all the singers, I didn't have any long-term plans," he said. "I didn't know what I was doing. I didn't know what would come of it. When I was making the record, I had two songs that I couldn't figure out who should sing. I had sort of pre-planned every other piece of music, who would be the singer and so on. I had been hearing about Myles for a long time, but I never actually heard him sing. Then I thought I'll take a chance on it and I sent him a piece of music and I called him up: 'Hey, it's Slash. I'm doing this record with all these vocalists.' He said, 'Send me the song.' So, I sent him the song, and about four days later, it came back as an MP3 e-mail kind of thing and I sort of reluctantly clicked on it and was blown away by the vocal. I flew him out to Los Angeles and we met and he was very cool, down-to-earth, very personable kind of individual. We recorded the studio version of that song and it was a song called 'Starlight', and then I asked him if he wanted to do another one and we did 'Back From Cali'. At that point, I said, 'You know, I need to do a tour on this and have somebody who can sing all this stuff, plus [SLASH'S] SNAKEPIT, plus VELVET REVOLVER, plus GUNS N' ROSES.' It's a tall order, but he seemed like the kind of guy who had the capability. I was expecting a 'no' answer, and he surprised me by saying 'yes.' I auditioned drummers and I met Brent Fitz through word of mouth, then he introduced me to Todd [Kerns, bass]. We rehearsed for a week, then we started touring and have been together ever since." Slash also talked in more detail about the writing process for "Living The Dream", including lead single "Driving Rain". "The nucleus for new material always comes from when we're on the road because we're all together," he said. "I'm always carrying a guitar around and recording different snippets of stuff and playing it for Myles. If he likes it, he'll come up with something. Then, at soundcheck, we'll come up with different ideas. When the tour is over, we'll go into a rehearsal and start going through the first phases of pre-production and working out arrangements. That's basically how it happens. With this particular record, we started that in 2015, then the GUNS thing came out of nowhere, then that took off. That ended up going on for a year and a half. But in the back of my mind, I was always planning that the first opportunity I got to go back into the studio with Myles and the guys and revisit the stuff we started to work on back in 2015, so in 2018, beginning of the year, we got together and put some of those old ideas together. I had written some new stuff over Christmas, so we got that. We just worked up this new record and we got done for May, which is when I had to go back into rehearsals with GUNS N' ROSES for the last European tour. This record has been done since May and I've been dying for it to come out and it's finally out." "Living The Dream" was released on September 21 via his Slash's label, Snakepit Records, in partnership with Roadrunner Records.

          Eleven Dubcast: Ohio State Has Some Kinks to Work Out, But Are Developing a Method to Take Down Alabama      Cache   Translate Page      

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The Indiana game was painful to watch for several reasons, but one of the things that it showed us was that in college football in 2018, maybe the best thing that you can be as a football team is "tenacious."

Tenacious in the sense that despite maybe being deficient in part of your game, you can still land enough longshots to maybe win the damn thing. Indiana was within a score of Ohio State all the way through the third quarter on Saturday, but the Buckeyes were able to persevere and get the win despite the bombs the Hoosiers were able to complete.

And maybe that's the way forward. Ralph Russo of the Associated Press joins the show this week to explain why, in a sea of flawed teams, Ohio State's badass offense might make them the best equipped team to take down the Crimson Tide, and what to look out for in late November (hint hint). Plus, Ask Us Anything (which you can do via e-mail or Twitter) gets a great question from a kidney donor, and uhhhh... Minnesota? Eh.

If you enjoyed the Dubcast, don't forget to check us out on Google Podcasts and to rate and subscribe to us on iTunes!

0:00 Indiana was meh, but man you can't deny that Dwayne Haskins looked pretty great. I'm still salty about the missed record, and salty I shall remain.

17:21 Ralph Russo is one of the most informed dudes about college football out there, and his faith in the Buckeyes remains pretty strong. You get two guesses about why that is.

35:41 Ask Us Anything goes to the movies! Well, one of us goes to the movies.

And that'll do it! Thanks to Travis for our logo, thanks to you for checking out our Dry Goods store and listening to our dulcet tones, and we'll see you cats on the flip flop.


          ‘In My Own Words’: Framing Marie Antoinette’s Chin      Cache   Translate Page      
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          118: Undo Architectures      Cache   Translate Page      
We answer important questions such as if you should update to macOS Mojave this week and how to handle system updates in general. Our main topic this week is "Micro Frameworks/Libraries" and re-usable code across all of your projects. Should you architect your code for max re-use or should you just shove it into you project and ship code! Follow Us Frank: Twitter, Blog, GitHub James: Twitter, Blog, GitHub Merge Conflict: Twitter, Facebook, Website Music : Amethyst Seer - Citrine by Adventureface ⭐⭐ Review Us (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/merge-conflict/id1133064277?mt=2&ls=1) ⭐⭐ SUPPORT US ON PATREON: patreon.com/mergeconflictfm
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by theericbooth

Hey all.

I did a reading of the backstory that is located in the Rise of Fenris rulebook. You can check it out here. This was done with the permission of the designer and publisher. Thank you.

https://soundcloud.com/eric-booth/scythe-backstory
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by theericbooth

Hey all.

I did a reading of the backstory that is located in the Rise of Fenris rulebook. You can check it out here. This was done with the permission of the designer and publisher. Thank you.

https://soundcloud.com/eric-booth/scythe-backstory
          [큐오 JOB] 10월 2분. 개리 다듀 피제이 등 작업 및 활동중. 프로듀서 되기/ 나만의 곡 만들기      Cache   Translate Page      
mosao3d1bF.jpeg?type=w1100 Team dvb 클래스는 1:1 집중 코스로 진행됩니다. 피아노를 모르셔도 1회 2시간 수업(일반 클래스) 또는 1회 3시간 8번의 수강(8주 속성 클래스)을 통해 기초 프로그램 다루기 부터 시퀀싱, 작편곡, 비트 메이킹, 사운드 엔지니어링 까지 1:1로 프로페셔널한 TEAM dvb 프로듀서들 에게 집중적으로 관리되고 피드백 받으며 자신만의 곡을 만들게 됩니다. 힙합과 팝 음악에 쓰이는 다양한 샘플링 작법 과 아날로그 악기 부터 가장 트렌디 하고 새로운 악기들을 통한 시퀀싱 그리고 그에 관한 소스를 다루는법과 신디사이징. 혼자서도 데모를 끝내실수 있는 엔지니어링까지 기술을 전수하여 혼자서도 ‘음악’을 하실 수 있는 바탕을 만들어 드리려합니다. 또한 수강생들의 노력과 열정이 클수록 저희 클래스는 예정된 커리큘럼 보다 빠르게 끝내드리고 다양한 스타일과 노하우를 알려드리려 노력할것입니다. 선택은 수강생분들의 몫입니다 9월달 많은 성원에 10월까지만 8회 수업을 이벤트가격으로 [현재 2분 가능] 모집 합니다. <기초 커리큘럼> + 맞춤 커리큘럼 1회 : ABLETON LIVE / 장비 / 프로그램 다루는 법 2회 : 샘플링기초/ LOOP 만들기 3회 : 기본 코드 화성학/ 멜로디와 선율 / 신디사이징 1 4회 : 샘플링 심화/ LOOP의 완성 및 기초 편곡 /신디사이징2 5회 : 트렌드 / 장르 & 스타일 파헤치기 / 맞춤 수업 6~7회 : 기초 음향 + 실용 믹싱 1 8회 : 믹싱 2 + 베이직 마스터링 *위의 커리큘럼(기초)과 스케쥴은 학생의 실력과 상담 내용에 따라 맞춤형식으로 진행됩니다. 문의 주세요~ *수업 시간&가격 - 일반 클래스 = 25 (90분) / 30 (120분) (한달 기준) - 8회 속성 클래스 = 10월 3분까지만 60. (180분) *샘플 레슨 신청 가능 (40분) *장소 : team dvb 스튜디오 *문의 : 카카오톡 친구 검색 teamdvb 추가하셔서 문의 (오픈 카카오톡 수업 문의 : https://open.kakao.com/o/sD2fxQB ) *MORE INFO : https://teamdvb.modoo.at/ - Team dvb Class 수강생들 비트 -


          Bill Warner PhD: Forbidden to be Afraid      Cache   Translate Page      
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Forbidden to be Afraid


If you like my channel, click the notification bell to see new videos. Sign up for Bill Warner's newsletter at www.politicalislam.comBuy Bill's books at: www.politicalislam.com/shop Follow Bill Warner:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/billwarnerau...Twitter: https://twitter.com/PoliticalIslamYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/politicalislamhttps://www.minds.com/PoliticalIslamhttps://vimeo.com/user40284186Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-460569656Minds: https://www.minds.com/PoliticalIslamGab: https://gab.ai/PoliticalIslam There are people who can be assassinated because they offend the Sharia. But in today's politically correct society, to be afraid of anything Islam is proof that you are a racist, or crazy and an Islamophobe. We are supposed to self-censor and never speak of our fear. Facts that offend protected groups are “hate facts”. If we cannot self-censor then the web overlords and the SPLC will censor us. What is happening is that rational thought is being murdered. However, fear is good and can preserve us from harm. We have a right to fear. We have a right to exist, but this right is being denied by the powers that be. In spite of this oppression, we must speak truth to power.

About Dr. Bill Warner, Author

Dr. Bill Warner
Dr. Bill Warner is a prominent and highly respected expert on Political Islam. He holds a PhD in Physics & Applied Mathematics from North Carolina State University. He has held positions as a research scientist, business owner and University Professor.
Dr. Warner has had a life-long interest in religion and its effects on history. He has studied the source texts of the major religions for decades. Even before the destruction of the World Trade Center he had predicted the war between Islam and America. The day after 9/11 he decided to make the source texts of Islam available for the average person.
Dr. Warner’s training in scientific theory and mathematics shaped how he analyzed Islamic doctrine. Realizing that the Islamic texts had been made deliberately difficult to read and comprehend, he set out to organize the doctrine in a manner that would be easily understood by the average person. As he analyzed the foundational Islamic texts, it became clear that Islam is not constructed on the same civilizational principles as the rest of the world.
Simple statistical methods revealed that dualism and submission were the foundational principles of Islamic doctrine.
Dr. Warner founded the Center for the Study of Political Islam (CSPI) to further the study of political Islam and its ramifications for Western Civilization.
He has written fifteen books that teach about Political Islam and make the Islamic doctrine understandable. He also developed the first self-study course on Political Islam.

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For this week's episode of the podcast, we're featuring a recent panel discussion from Mozilla's Speaker Series. Mike Masnick sat down with Guillaume Chaslot from Algo Transparency, hosted by Mozilla Fellow in Residence Renée DiResta, to talk about the challenges of online content moderation and its implications for freedom of expression. Enjoy!

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Denne uken får du høre vår dom over nye Mario Party som Jon Cato har prøvd sammen med hele familien. Mats er tilbake fra et lengre tokt i Nordsjøen og tilbake på land går han amok på byen i Stavang… Les mer →
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The Cornerstore spoke with muralist Sam Kirk about how her biracial background has impacted her work, the importance of women of color in queer spaces, and her current residency at the Chicago Art Department.   Stay connected with The Cornerstore on Twitter, Instagram, and Soundcloud!
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iPhone, iPad / : Welcome to CloudSynth, the world's first iPhone synthesizer app that allows you to access SoundCloud music as a creative library. Choose any SoundCloud sound, then map it onto a keyboard for fully flexible playback. Pure Data, Pure Cloud, Pure Synthy Awesomeness!


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Toplumsal cinsiyet bakış açısının son birkaç on yılda Osmanlı tarih yazımına yaptığı müdahaleler, saray kadınlarının imar faaliyetlerinde üstlendiği rolün giderek daha çok araştırılmasına da vesile oldu. Muzaffer Özgüleş’i konuk ettiğimiz bu bölümde, Sultan IV. Mehmed’in hasekisi, Sultan II. Mustafa ve Sultan III. Ahmed’in validesi Gülnuş Emetullah Sultan’ın imar faaliyetlerini detaylandırırken kadın baniler odağında kent, mimarlık üretimi ve toplumsal cinsiyet ilişkisini değerlendiriyoruz.

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Warriors assistant coach Ron Adams tips-off a new segment on Warriors Sound with a conversation featuring Mason Cox of the Collingwood Football Club of the Australian Football League.
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     The first few seconds of “Plasticine Mezzanine” are percussive attention-grabbers, the last few are pulsating, Baba O’Riley-like (The Who) send-offs, and between those bookends is an often-changing but continuously forceful display of the skills possessed by CREO. The song reinforced our resolve to attend a CREO performance if the quartet decides to make the journey from Australia.

     “Plasticine Mezzanine” includes the passionate screams that characterize the CREO sound. The most effective scream occurs as an exit to the only breather within the song (starting around the three-minute mark). But there are features that set the song apart from other tracks in the band’s discography. At its center is a chant of “I’m only happy when I sing this song.” Immediately before the pulsating outro is a touch of lyrical layering. And the length of the steps that define the tempo changes is noticeably increased.

      “Plasticine Mezzanine” is the second single off the band's upcoming EP, “In The Red,” coming out Friday, October 26th. The first was the title track. CREO is based in Sydney, Australia. The members are Jorjee Haman (vocals), Carlos Romanos (guitar), Daniel Tsoltoudis (drums), and Alex Milano (bass).

     “Plasticine Mezzanine” by CREO





          Jacquees 'Trips' Over Ella Mai BLOCKING Him On Social Media + T-Pain Loses Florida Home To Foreclosure + Birdman Works On Settling Tyga's $10 Milli Lawsuit      Cache   Translate Page      

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Jacquees is "tripping" over Ella Mai blocking him on social media, T-Pain has lost his home to foreclosure, and Birdman is looking to hash things out with Tyga. Everything inside...

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Twitter went into a frenzy last month after Jacquees released his "Quemix" of Ella Mai's single "Trip." Folks were really vibin' to it. In fact, they were feelin' it a bit too much and the Cash Money singer was forced to delete his rendition from his YouTube and SoundCloud accounts.

Fans were pissed about it and started dragging Ella Mai on social media for having the "quemix" taken down, even though she didn't really have anything to do with the song being pulled. DJ Mustard, who signed Ella Mai to his label, came to her defense to explain why HE had the track taken down. He tweeted:

“Our artists don’t send cease and desists, we do. When you monetize content you don’t own you are stealing and no one steals from 10 Summers. Ella had no say in the matter and any platform reporting any differently is spreading falsities.”

 

 

Reps for Jacquees also released a statement addressing the controversy.

“We love Ella and are cool with her team as well,” the statement read. “He has been releasing not only Quemix songs but entire projects with remixes of other artists’ songs ranging back to 2013. This was an act of genuine support and should not turn into negativity for either of the artist or from their supporters.”

Since then, it appears the British singer has blocked the Quemix King. He tweeted:

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Oop!

Even amid all of the controversy, that isn't stopping Jacquees from creating another quemix. He's currently working on a rendition of Daniel Caesar's " Get You." Check it below: 

 

 

 

He also said "Quemix 3" (which we assume is a mixtape of tracks he remixed) is on the way.

Speaking of the Cash Money camp...

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Birdman recently settled that multi-million lawsuit that Lil Wayne filed against him. Now, he's looking to make amends with his former artist Tyga.

Tyga filed a $10 million lawsuit against the Cash Money honcho for breach of contract, accusing Birdman of stiffing him out of millions of dollars. He made claims that he was not receiving royalities for his albums Careless World and Hotel California after they parted ways in 2016. He reportedly kept asking for his coins, but the check was never cut.

The Blast reports

On October 1, docs were filed in the case in which Birdman’s Cash Money is asking for an extension to respond to the lawsuit. Birdman acknowledges that his answer was due this week but is requesting until the end of the month.

He explains that Tyga has already agreed to the “extension of time to facilitate ongoing settlement discussions.”

A judge has yet to rule.

Rumors have swirled for years that Birdman doesn't pay his artists properly. Sounds like he's possibly turning a new leaf. We wonder if his boo Toni Braxton has anything to do with it.

In other news...

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T-Pain has lost a Florida home to foreclosure after reportedly blowing off a lawsuit for months. Deutsche Bank sued him last year for not paying the mortgage on his home in Palm Beach County. Now, it's gone!

The Blast breaks down the finances:

The bank accused T-Pain of failing to make the mortgage payments since July 2016. Deutsche claimed he owed $83,061.86 on the note, plus interest. He originally took out an $85,800 loan in 2007 for the property.

T-Pain never bothered to appear in court and the bank demanded a default judgment, which was granted on September 26. The judge ordered the singer to pay a total of $117,158.22 — $83k owed on the principal plus interest and legal fees.

The order states if T-Pain does not pay the entire $117K by October 29, then the home will be sold to the highest bidder at a public auction.

You have to pay to stay!

 

Photos: Getty/Jacquees' Twitter


          Jazz this week: Ghost Note, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Joey Alexander, Lettuce, Cornet Chop Suey, and more      Cache   Translate Page      
This week's calendar of live jazz and creative music in St. Louis features a nice mix of headlining performers, offering styles from funk to big band to vintage jazz to mainstream and more. Let's go to the highlights...

Wednesday, October 10
Ghost Note, the instrumental funk band founded by Snarky Puppy percussionists Robert “Sput” Searight and Nate Werth (pictured, top left), will perform at the Old Rock House.

Incorporating influences from Afrobeat, hip-hop, and more, they're touring in support of their second album Swagism, which was released in April of this year.

Also on Wednesday, Jazz St. Louis' "Whitaker Jazz Speaks" series of free lecture/discussions with music continues with Marc Myers, who writes about jazz for the Wall Street Journal and other publications, expounding on "1950: The Year Jazz Changed on Two Coasts."

Myers' presentation will be paired with performances of music associated with Dave Brubeck, the Modern Jazz Quartet, and Gerry Mulligan, plus Miles Davis’s complete Birth of the Cool.

Thursday, October 11
Saxophonist Paul DeMarinis leads a trio in a free concert for the Jazz at Holmes series at Washington University, and the Jim Widner Big Band will play a one-nighter at Jazz St. Louis. 

Also on Thursday, singer Joe Mancuso continues his weekly gig featuring different special guests at  50/Fifty Kitchen, and guitarist Dave Black performs at The Pat Connolly Tavern.

Friday, October 12
Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (pictured, bottom left) to provide the music for the annual fundraiser at the Sheldon Concert Hall. (Some concert-only tickets still may be available; contact the Sheldon's box office for the latest information.)

This year marks the 30th anniversary of JaLCO's founding, and they've released two recordings in 2018 - one documenting various guest star performances with the orchestra over the years, and the other capturing an evening backing singer/actor Ruben Blades. While those guest stars won't be at the Sheldon, the band's deep catalog of original and historic arrangements, developed over the last three decades, should offer the gala-goers ample possibilities for enjoyable listening.

Also on Friday, Grammy-nominated, teenage piano phenom Joey Alexander returns for the first of two nights of performances at Jazz St. Louis; funk/jazz band Lettuce is in town to play at the Atomic Cowboy Pavilion; and singer Anita Jackson will do the late show at The Dark Room

Saturday, October 13
Singer Wendy Gordon and friends, including singer Renee Smith and singer/bassist Eugene Johnson will present a matinee performance of "Different Shades Of The Blues" at the Ozark Theatre.

Later that night, keyboardist Mo Egeston will be at The Dark Room leading his trio, which will be joined this week by guest vocalist Chrissy Renick.

Sunday, October 14
Singer and bassist Janet Evra plays for brunch at The Dark Room, while Miss Jubilee will entertain at Evangeline's.

Also on Sunday, the St. Louis Jazz Club presents Cornet Chop Suey playing traditional jazz and swing in a matinee concert at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St. Louis - Westport

Tuesday, October 16
Trumpeter Jim Manley and guitarist Rick Haydon play at Evangeline's.

For more jazz-related events in and around St. Louis, please visit the St. Louis Jazz Notes Calendar, which can be found on the left sidebar of the site or by clicking here. You also can keep up with all the latest news by following St. Louis Jazz Notes on Twitter at http://twitter.com/StLJazzNotes or clicking the "Like" icon on the StLJN Facebook page.

(If you have calendar items, band schedule information, news tips, links, or anything else you think may be of interest to StLJN's readers, please email the information to stljazznotes (at) yahoo (dot) com. If you have photos, MP3s or other digital files, please send links, not attachments.)
          [큐오 JOB] 현프로작곡가 큐베이스/프로툴즈 1:1스튜디오개인레슨      Cache   Translate Page      
프로듀서 모쿤큐베이스를 이용한 MIDI 시퀀싱, 작곡/편곡, 오디오 레코딩과
프로툴즈를 이용한 오디오 레코딩, 믹싱, 마스터링 과정을 레슨합니다.

음악을 처음 시작하는 초보자부터 실용음악&클래식 등 전공자에 이르기까지
MIDI를 이용하여 음악을 만들고 표현할 수 있도록 도움을 드립니다.
자신이 만든 음악으로 작곡, 편곡, 녹음, 믹싱, 마스터링의 과정을 거쳐
온라인 음원 사이트(멜론, 엠넷, 벅스)에 음원을 발매하는 것을 목표로 합니다.

수업내용

■유명 작곡자 들이 사용하는 Cubase 시스템■
Cubase를 이용한 MIDI 시퀀싱 방법
각종 가상악기 사용법과 Parameter Operating
Audio Loop 편집과 활용 방법
Audio Recording과 Editing
Audio Effect Tools 사용방법

■스튜디오 업계 표준의 DAW 인 ProTools 시스템■
ProTools를 이용한 Audio Recording과 Editing
Audio Effect 이해와 Plugins 사용방법
Audio Mixing 테크닉
Audio Mastering 테크닉

■쉽게 배우는 화성학과 작곡법■
음악 작곡법과 화성학
음악 장르별 편곡기법

수업방식

1:1 개인 레슨으로 레코딩 스튜디오에서 수업 진행하며
개개인의 필요에 따른 맞춤형 레슨도 가능합니다.

레슨장소 : 강남구 신사역 가로수 길 부근 스튜디오에서 진행

레슨비용 :
큐베이스 과정 : 4주 레슨(주1회 1시간씩) 18만원
프로툴즈 과정 : 4주 레슨(주1회 1시간씩) 20만원
맞춤 원포인트 레슨 : 1회 1시간 5만원

연락처 : 0 1 0 - 5 2 7 5 - 9 9 0 3
이메일 : vonrock@hanmail.net

현재 가요, 게임음악, 광고음악, 방송음악 작곡가 겸 프로듀서로 활동하고 있으며
프로필은 다음과 같습니다.

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SK W폰 프로모션 음악 제작
LG Xpeed 광고 사운드 제작
현대자동차 베이징 프로모션 음악 제작
울산광역시 공식응원가(윤도현 노래) 음악 편곡, 믹싱
상하이엑스포 한국관 배경음악 제작
KT문화재단 사가 제작
여수국제특수효과박람회 광고음악 제작
피파온라인2 광고음악 제작
L&K로직코리아 '거울전쟁-신성부활' 게임음악 제작
라이온게임즈 '프로젝트 소울워커' 게임음악 제작
한일 합작 드라마 '러브 인 세토우치' 주제가 작곡
2013 산청세계전통의약엑스포 CF음악(10cm 노래) 프로듀서

기타리스트 'Kimmy Gunn(김인건)' 1집 'Stranger Everywhere' 작편곡 프로듀서
소울발라드 싱어 '한상웅' 1집 'Blackwinter`s Night' 편곡
소리소(서정아) Remix 편곡
일렉트로닉 레트로 펑크 밴드 'Fahrenheit(페런하이트)' 2집 Deja-Vu 녹음, 믹싱, 편곡참여
스테이시(Stacey Sang) 싱글 '별이 되어' 편곡 지도
무드살롱 '모던제비' 믹싱
나비드 '너는 어디에 나는 여기에' 믹싱
모쿤(Mokun) 'I Love U'' 작편곡, 믹싱&마스터링

예일뮤직아카데미 컴퓨터뮤직과 전임강사 역임
파워하우스 MIDI학과 전임강사 역임
SBS아카데미예술원 MIDI작편곡과 전임강사 역임
동아방송예술대학교 실용음악과 작곡전공 수석합격 배출

저서

The Best Drum's Programings
The Best Guitar's Programings
The Best Programings Special 집필

프로듀서 모쿤 네이버 프로필 정보↓

http://people.search.naver.com/search.naver?where=nexearch&query=%EB%B0%95%ED%98%84%EC%88%98&sm=tab_etc&ie=utf8&key=PeopleService&os=2447673

 

모쿤 관련기사 바로가기↓

http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=106&oid=076&aid=0002273448

 

모쿤 앨범 멜론 바로가기↓

https://www.melon.com/album/detail.htm?albumId=10184969

 

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아래 주소 블로그를 방문하시면 수업자료를 보실 수 있으며
음악 샘플을 들어보시려면 음악샘플 링크를 클릭해주세요. 

http://blog.naver.com/vonrock

가요 샘플 ↓

모쿤(Mokun) - I Love U

Fahrenheit(패런하이트) - Deja Vu

한상웅 - You

한상웅 - 나비

러브 인 세토우치 - OST

TK Band - My Blues

Kimmy Gunn(김인건) - Misty Blue

진규느 - 러브레터


게임 BGM 샘플 ↓

https://soundcloud.com/flat9music


광고 BGM 샘플 ↓

http://soundcloud.com/mokunpark/ad-bgm-sample/s-Rk8fJ


          [큐오넷 뉴스] d16 group - Redoptor 2 발표      Cache   Translate Page      

 

d16 group 의 Redoptor 2라는 Vintage Tube Distortion emulator 플러그인을 공식 발표하였습니다. (소프트웨어 입니다.)

이 제품은 진공관 기타 앰프를 시뮬레이션해서 만든것으로 기타톤을 만들수 있는 제품입니다.

기타 뿐만 아니라 다양한 신스 사운드나 악기 사운드에 적용하여 빈티지한 진공관 사운드를 만들 수 있습니다. 

다양한 프리앰프 캐릭터와 tube distortion 을 조절할수 있으며 4-밴드 이퀄라이져가 함께 달려 있습니다. 

 

자세한 소개는 아래의 동영상을 공개하여 설명을 하고 있습니다. 오넷 기사를 무단도용하거나 불법공유에 이용하시면 법적인 처벌을 받습니다. 큐오넷 기사를 무단도용하거나 불법공유에 이용하시면 법적인 처벌을 받습니다. 

이 제품은 tube distortion unit 으로서 우수한 평판을 가지고 있는 빈티지 진공관 디스토션 하드웨어를 에뮬레이션하여 기타 본연의 자연스러운 하모닉스들이 추가되고 자연스로운 컴프레션과 리미팅이 먹는 다는 것이 특징이라고 합니다. 일부 실제 하드웨어 장비중에는 볼륨이 줄어들면 하모닉스나 다이나믹이 줄어들고 잡음 성분이 올라가는 경우도 있는데 이 제품은 소프트웨어로 구현하면서 진공관 장비의 단점을 보완하고 있다고 합니다. 그리고 이 플러그인은 tube distortion 뿐만 아니라 transistor distortion 도 함께 에뮬레이션되어 있어서 서로를 번갈아가면서 사용하거나 양쪽을 중간으로 걸어도 동시에 모두 사용하는 것도 가능합니다.

 

 

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 큐오넷 기사를 무단도용하거나 불법공유에 이용하시면 법적인 처벌을 받습니다. 
b.gif 실제 존재하는 유명하드웨어의 진공관 특성과 진공관 구조를 그대로 에뮬레이션 하였습니다. 
b.gif tube distortion 와 transistor distortion 사이를 crossfade 할수 있습니다. 
b.gif 새롭게 생성되는 하모닉스의 파워를 조절할수 있습니다. 
b.gif 조절 가능한 preamp filter 탑재 
b.gif 전기능을 지원하는 parametric equaliser 탑재 
b.gif preset 을 그룹별로 리스트별로 따로 관리 할수 있습니다. 
b.gif midi learn 기능 지원 
b.gif 64bit 내부 정밀 프로세싱 
b.gif multi-mode distortion 기능으로 퀄리티 조절과 선택이 가능  

 

 

데모 사운드

 

 

참고링크

https://d16.pl/redoptor2 

 

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          [큐오 JOB] 서울/트렌디한 EDM,힙합을 하고싶다면/큐베이스 스튜디오원      Cache   Translate Page      
Introduce
Producer/Engineer/Composer
Cubase 7.5 / Studio One 4

https://soundcloud.com/namsu/
https://soundcloud.com/namsu/


Direction
EDM,House,Future,hip-hop,R&B,Ratchet,boom-bap, trap 등의 장르를 바탕으로 레슨이 진행되며
레슨 생마다 가진 노력과 재능, 센스가 같을 수 없음으로 단순히 커리큘럼에만 의존하지 않고
학생 한명 한명마다 비트 메이킹부터 작/편곡의 방향성을 잡을 수 있도록 매일 학생 수준에 맞춰
정확하고 제대로 된 정보로 알려드릴 수 있도록 레슨을 준비합니다



 
Focusing
음악뿐만 아니라 모든 일들이 그렇듯 제일 중요한 것은 기본을 탄탄하게 다지는 일입니다
길거리 어딜 가도 쉽게 접할 수 있는 음악은 막상 들을 땐 누구나 평론가가 되곤 하지만, 직접 곡을
써 내려가고 작/편곡을 하는 일은 생각보다 예민하야 하고 귀찮음을 감수해야 할 줄 알아야 합니다
그렇게 포기하게 되는 큰 이유는 바로 자신의 궁금하고 가려운곳을 시원하게 긁어줄 사람이 없기 떄문입니다.
옆에서 도와드리고 피드백을 받으며 숙제를 통해 공부를 하다 보면, 혼자 스스로 공부하는 것보다 훨씬 빠른 시간 안에
발전하는 자신의 모습을 지켜볼 수 있습니다

음악이 좋아 취미로 배워보고 싶지만 악보를 전혀 볼 줄 모르시는 분들도
피아노는 곧잘 치지만 막상 곡을 쓰기에는 손이 안 가는 연주자도
혼자 스스로 공부를 하다가 도저히 방향에 감이 안와 지쳐버린 청년도
음대를 지원하기 위해 밤낮으로 곡을 써 내려가는 학생도

누구나 원하는 바를 이룰 수 있도록 하나부터 열까지 기초부터 심화까지
수준별, 단계별로 수년간의 레슨과 경험으로 다져진 커리큘럼을 토대로 레슨을 진행하며
이해하지 못하면 할 때까지 옆에서 도와드리고 지켜봐드립니다.

 


Class
수업은 신림역근방 개인작업실에서 진행되며 역에서 도보 5분안에 도착합니다
수업문의를 주시면 개인작업실에서 30분 내외로 무료로 상담이 가능합니다.
상담시간에 학생의 수준파악과 첫 수업에 준비해야할 것들에대해 말씀드립니다.
자세한 수업료와 상담일정은 맨 하단 연락처로 연락주시면 말씀드리겠습니다.

 


Career

- ㈜더존 미디어웍스 음악/녹음 감독 입사
- MNET - 쇼미더머니/언프리티랩스타/4가지쇼
- MBC - 서프라이즈
- MBC every1 - 로맨스의 일주일2,
- SBS - 생방송 투데이
- SBS 골프 – 당신의 스윙을 찾아라
- KBS – 단짝/마녀와 야수
- MBN - 천기누설/특종세상
- JTBC – 님과 함께 시즌2
- TVN - 강용석에 고소한19/로맨스가 더 필요해
- TV조선 - 열린비평TV를말하다
- 그외 – 다수의 홍보 및 광고 음악,효과,더빙,믹싱
- 다수의 입학생 배출(동아방송대,백제예대,서울종합예술학교)


- 용인시 가요제 금상,은상
- 경기도 가요제 본선 진출
- 전국 Youth Festival 가요제 본선 진출
- 다수의 홍대 공연
- 전 SJ MUSIC 학원 출강
- HAX - Paradise 편곡
- 백제예술대학교 실용음악과 미디작/편곡 졸업
- 백제예술대학교 정기공연 참여
- 작곡가 박성일(Copykumo) 어시스턴트 1년 가량 근무
- 호기심 스튜디오 레이블 어시스턴트 1년 가량 근무
- 슈퍼스타K 시즌3 일본 대표 'Rieko Ogino' 보컬 디렉팅, 레코딩
- TV조선 作 한반도 OST '천국' 보컬 디렉팅, 참여
- 광주 국립아시아문화전당 비트메이킹 초청 강연


 

Equipment
Monitor Speaker - Focal Solo 6 be
Audio Interface - Presonus - studio 192
Headphone - SONY MDR-7506
Midi Controller - AKAI - MPK MINI MK2 , DYNATONE - DCK61 , M-Audio - Trigger Finge
MIC - Warm Audio - WA-87. Sontronices - STC2 , SHURE -PG48



 

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Myron Ebell, the director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, joins Adam to discuss the left's climate change hysteria, deregulation, energy policy, and the improvements of President Trump's EPA.

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Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor joins Adam to talk about the opioid crisis, combating the Regulatory State, life as a gubernatorial candidate, and all things Ohio.

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          femme collective's Elkka Drops New Track 'Talkin'      Cache   Translate Page      
Elkka
It's part of the new 'Full Circle' EP...

Rising producer Elkka has shared powerful, percussive new track 'Talkin'.

The electronic artist founded femme collective, a union of multi-disciplinary artists aiming to champion female-identifying talent in the UK.

Her own work is part of this dynamic, with Elkka evading definitions, introducing fresh ideas at every turn.

There's a strict dancefloor element running through incoming EP 'Full Circle' though, and this is evident on lead cut 'Talkin'.

The stuttering percussive style underpins songwriting that nods towards left-R&B, while comparisons could be made to, say, Jesse Lanza or even DJ Koze.

A fascinating opening gambit, you can tune in below.

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It's a nuanced return from the rising songwriter...

Pip Hall caught our attention earlier in the year, an intriguing songwriter whose mixture of dream pop and bittersweet elements resulted in something truly striking.

Debut album 'Everything Before' emerges this Autumn, with My Little Empire Records helping to usher it out into the world.

New single 'My Eden' is out before this, a neat encapsulation of what makes Pip Hall's music so resolutely beguiling.

Dreamy guitar pop scenes, it's nonetheless framed with a slight hint of melancholy, pulled together for that pearl of a chorus.

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Preview the forthcoming Tiësto & Bobby Puma collaboration “Making Me Dizzy” releasing on Monday, March 28. Listen on SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/MakingMeDizzy http://www.tiesto.com http://www.djbobbypuma.com http://www.musicalfreedom.com

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SoundCloud has announced that is opening up its Premier programme – where creators can opt-in to share any advertising and subscription revenue the firm generates around their content – more widely. SoundCloud, of course, placated an increasingly angry music community a few years back by introducing advertising and subscriptions on its platform and then entering […]
          UPCOMING: CONCERT: The Meditation Museum in Silver Spring, MD hosts a Sacred World Music & Meditation, Free Concert with Desert Rose, from South Africa, this SAT, Oct 13 from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm, Please RSVP to ensure your space      Cache   Translate Page      
The Meditation Museum in Silver Spring, Maryland hosts a Very Special Event
Sacred World Music & Meditation - A Free Concert with Desert Rose from South Africa!
Saturday, October 13
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm 
Free! Please RSVP here

Lynne Holmes and Yusuf Ganief are at the heart of Desert Rose, constantly exploring the creation and emergence of universal world music that allows the listener to access their inner worlds, facilitating healing and shifting of consciousness. They have produced and performed sacred world music based mostly on ancient chants in various traditions. Their journey has taken them to most continents in their quest to provide an experience of our oneness as spiritual beings and to promote our common humanity at events held for peace, nonviolence, interfaith and climate change awareness. You can visit their YouTube page and their soundcloud page for a wide sampling of their music.

Meditation Museum
9525 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD.
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          Poorest Celebrities      Cache   Translate Page      
Information
  • Title : Poorest Celebrities
  • Producer : 荒御霊
  • Release date :  10 August 2018 
Preview
Tracklist
  1. Positive Character
  2. Logos (annuus)
  3. Big-headed Behavior
  4. Celebrity Erigeron
  5. Negative Character
  6. Logos (philadelphicus)
  7. Seize
  8. Poorest Erigeron  
EXTRA :

          CEOs, athletes, and celebs are paying $10,000 for this 6-hour physical exam that includes a massage and 2 meals in an ultra-luxurious, spa-like NYC facility      Cache   Translate Page      

elitra health exam

 

You probably don't consider your yearly physical exam a luxurious, and relaxing "white glove" experience, but a New York City medical center promises just that.

The Elitra Health Manhattan Center for Life and Longevity offers a thorough, "five-star" physical examination in a luxurious, spa-like facility in downtown Manhattan — and it costs $10,000. The six-hour checkup at the 15,000 square foot health center caters to C-level executives, athletes, and celebrities. It's designed for "the most discerning men and women" who want the highest-quality private experience, according to a representative for the clinic.

"Most of our clients are high net worth and high earners who want more from an exam, more time with specialists and a clinical team, and an overall 5-star customer experience," Ari Cukier, chief operating officer at Elitra Health, told Business Insider.

elitra health exam

Many of Elitra's patients are senior executives, small business owners, and high net worth international patients from China, Russia, Kazakhstan, and other countries, he said. Athletes and celebrities are also among their clients, including former NFL player Boomer Esiason, who talked about his Elitra exam in an interview.

"You end up meeting with about 10 different people, from a nutritionist to a heart specialist, [you get] an echocardiogram," Esiason said. "You do all these different things and tests. It was a long time, but it didn't feel like a long time because the place is first class."

The personalized exam takes between five and six hours and is designed to uncover any underlying health issues. It includes extensive screenings, advanced blood work, onsite cardiac imaging and calcium scoring, full-body scans for cancer and aneurysms, a nutritional analysis and fitness assessment, and more. Breakfast and lunch are included, and the exam wraps up with a 20-minute massage in a quiet room.

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There's also a women's and a men's lounge where patients can relax.

"Most patients comment that it is more like a hotel [or] spa than a medical center and that they have never experienced anything medical like this," Cukier said.

What makes Elitra unique, according to Cukier, is that all services are completed at one location on the same day. Patients also get their results on the same day so they can sit down with a doctor and ask any questions they have.

Elitra's doctors only see two to three patients per day, which almost every patient takes advantage of by sitting with the doctor for at least two hours, according to Cukier. Elitra has an alliance with Mount Sinai Hospital, where they can coordinate priority scheduling and access to top specialists.

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The health center also partners with corporate clients in industries that include law, banking, finance, accounting, consulting, and energy, Cukier said.

"Corporations that work with us with typically cover this for their highest level employees — C-suite and/or managing director, or partners," he said.

Their patient population is split 60/40 between individuals who book with Elitra directly (60%) and senior executives whose companies pay for the program (40%), according to Cukier.

The exam is not covered by traditional health plans, but payment can be made via FSA or HSA plans and Elitra accepts the Armada plan.

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by radioshed

Board games this week as we chuck ourselves into the co-operative modern crime-solving game Detective by Portal Games, take on Plan B Games' popular abstract strategy game Azul (said with a dramatic voice), and finally get round to talking about one of Chris's favourite games of all time, the original Colosseum by Days of Wonder! Enjoy!

Detective (02:48)
Azul (29:06)
Colosseum (48:00)

Hosted by Chris Hanratty, Euan Glasgow, and Dave McCreary
Music by Euan Glasgow
This episode recorded and edited by Chris Hanratty and Dave McCreary
Email us: firstplayertoken@gmail.com

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This Episode can be listened to and downloaded on Soundcloud by clicking here, and you can also find us on iTunes and subscribe using your podcasting gadgets!

The Large and Unnecessary First Player Token Podcast is hosted by Chris, Euan, Pawel and Dave, and alternates between tabletop and video gaming, old and new, on a weekly basis. We chat about the games we've been playing, and our own experiences with them, with our own uniquely Scottish (and Polish) flavour of insight and odd humour.

We are part of Podnose, a network of podcasts covering a wide variety of topics. Check it out!

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S.K.o.R.- Rubus Tellus
Emil Gammeltoft – Vocals, Lorenzo Fugazza – Guitar, Anders Thorgren – Bass, Mally Hoxell – Drums

Rebus Tellus guitar feedback. Bubbleman a very catchy chorus and riff that just has you up and grooving along has a Sweet feel.  Rhythm N Blues a great riff kicks in slow and steady screaming vocals takes you back to the old days of ACDC. Kamikaze takes you back to the amazing music of the hard rock 70s just get up and jam away. Hell To Pay starts slow and moody gather around the band sing along to a very catchy chorus and great melody. Mystify searing leads pounding rhythms and excellent sing along vocals. Seagull fist in the air or just clap along to a riff that takes you over and vocals that just make you wanna sing along. Cuckold & the Hotwife a blues based hard rock riff that will have you on your feet from the first note just get ready to rock out. Blue Collar Girl has a very poppy catchy riff and beat that will have the crowd bouncing and dancing. Sparkling Shining Star grab the air guitars and get ready to jam away as you sing along. Karate Girl is a pop flavored song with hard rock and punk influences. Hippo is a strange punk flavored song but excellent as well. Mama’s Place get up dance and groove as you sing along. Armageddon catchy poppy hard rock punk influenced music.


Olten – Ambiance
Christophe Macquat – Guitar/Synth, Marc Theurillat – Drums, Sebastien Bandelier – Bass

Igelkott synths and guitars with a slow beat builds and it grows in intensity. Raus heavy noise and riffs that just cut thru you as it leads into darkness. Klark strange space rock sounds and a marching beat with lots of distortion and eerie feelings. Lied sythns a guitar tones flow all around you as you drift away into the black abyss. Gover low bass rumbles thru you with some very eerie riffs and tones that just make you wonder where you are. Sludge dissonant guitar slow and evil envelopes you as it drags you to hell. Popoutro eerie sounds building all around you growing louder. Pope the entire world opens up and hordes of demons slowly rise from inside it.


Iron Altar – Pillars of Blood
Andrew Callis – Vocals, Daniel Drever – Guitar, Neil Mathers – Guitar, Jamie Scougall – Bass, Lindsay Alan Conway - Drums

Deincarnation eerie sounds swell around you then a steady heavy beat that just seems to grab ahold of your heat and make it join in before it kicks into overdrive and just slams you against a wall. Amaranthine get in the pit and get ready to sweat and slam along to the rhythm. Burning Fields is a fist pumping head banging riff that will leave you exhausted. Sanguine Petrichor get you fist in the air and just let the music swallow you as you head bang. Shepherds fast heavy dark metal mayhem. Manifestation kicks into drive with heavy riffs and yelling vocals with rumbling rhythms. Small Gods is a heavy steady beat that just envelopes you as it drags you into the mosh pit. Lost Insignificance fast heavy speeding down the road metal music. Echo Chamber strange riffs build a crunchy riff kicks in with pounding beats and yelling vocals. 


T Tops – Disease
Band members - ????

Disease fast heavy driving Motorhead influenced hard rock. Incest a strange interesting riff that just worms its way thru you. Mouth For Hate heavy catchy driving surf punk meets Motorhead style hard rock.


Necroholocaust – Laudem Antichristus
Black Plague Of War And Disease – Vocals/Guitar, Bloodlust Abominator Of Ritual War Incantations – Drums, Bestial Desolator Of Impurity And Abomination – Guitar, Filth Destroyer And Threshold Devastator – Bass

Heaven Burns God Failed eerie sounds surround and envelope you then hands from the mists grab ahold and drag you into the pit of hell. Nuclear Whore dark dreary heavy demonic tones fill the air and just make you gasp for air. 


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          คำสอนชุด พระนิเวศ ตอนที่ 6 ครอบครัวของพระเจ้าตอนจบ โดย อจ.นพ.วรุณ เลาหประสิทธิ์      Cache   Translate Page      
6 ครอบครัวของพระเจ้าตอนจบ http://www.varunrevival.org/wp-content/uploads/psvarun/ThaiSermons/TheHouseOfGOD(Thai)/ThehouseofGod6-ThefamilhyofGod2.mp3 เราหวังเป็นอย่างยิ่งว่า คำสอนนี้จะเป็นพระพร ต่อชีวิตส่วนตัวและงานรับใช้ของท่าน หากท่านต้องการข้อมูลเพิ่มเติม เกี่ยวกับคุณหมอวรุณและคริสตจักรของท่าน หรือขอข้อมูลเกี่ยวกับคำสอนในชุดอื่นๆ กรุณาติดต่อเราได้ที่หมายเลขโทรศัพท์ (206)2751042(USA) หรือ 086 688 9940(ประเทศไทย)  และท่านยังสามารถรับฟังและดาว์นโหลดคำเทศนา ได้เองผ่านทาง podcast ด้วย iTune โดยเข้าไปดูวิธีการได้ที่ www.newhic.org หรือเขียนจดหมายมายัง New Hope International Church 10808 SE 28th St, Bellevue, WA 98004  หรือท่านสามารถดาว์นโหลดแอปของ New Hope International Church ใน Android phone หรือ iPhone ท่านอาจฟังคำสอนได้จาก www.soundcloud.com โดยพิมพ์ชื่อ วรุณ เลาหประสิทธิ์ หรือติดตามได้ที www.varunrevival.org แห่งนี้
          คำสอนชุด พระนิเวศ ตอนที่ 5 ครอบครัวของพระเจ้าตอนที่หนึ่ง โดย อจ.นพ.วรุณ เลาหประสิทธิ์      Cache   Translate Page      
5 ครอบครัวของพระเจ้าตอนที่หนึ่ง http://www.varunrevival.org/wp-content/uploads/psvarun/ThaiSermons/TheHouseOfGOD(Thai)/ThehouseofGod5-ThefamilyofGod1.mp3 เราหวังเป็นอย่างยิ่งว่า คำสอนนี้จะเป็นพระพร ต่อชีวิตส่วนตัวและงานรับใช้ของท่าน หากท่านต้องการข้อมูลเพิ่มเติม เกี่ยวกับคุณหมอวรุณและคริสตจักรของท่าน หรือขอข้อมูลเกี่ยวกับคำสอนในชุดอื่นๆ กรุณาติดต่อเราได้ที่หมายเลขโทรศัพท์ (206)2751042(USA) หรือ 086 688 9940(ประเทศไทย)  และท่านยังสามารถรับฟังและดาว์นโหลดคำเทศนา ได้เองผ่านทาง podcast ด้วย iTune โดยเข้าไปดูวิธีการได้ที่ www.newhic.org หรือเขียนจดหมายมายัง New Hope International Church 10808 SE 28th St, Bellevue, WA 98004  หรือท่านสามารถดาว์นโหลดแอปของ New Hope International Church ใน Android phone หรือ iPhone ท่านอาจฟังคำสอนได้จาก www.soundcloud.com โดยพิมพ์ชื่อ วรุณ เลาหประสิทธิ์ หรือติดตามได้ที www.varunrevival.org แห่งนี้
          Remodelling the Belt and Road: Pakistan picks up the torch      Cache   Translate Page      


By James M. Dorsey

A podcast version of this story is available on Soundcloud, Stitcher, TuneInand Tumblr.

Pakistan, following in the footsteps of Malaysia and Myanmar, is the latest country to balk at the China and infrastructure focus of Beijing’s Belt and Road-related investments.

Preparing for his first visit to China as Pakistan’s prime minister, Imran Khan is insisting that the focus of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a US$60 billion plus crown jewel of the Belt and Road, shift from infrastructure to agriculture, job creation and foreign investment.

“Earlier, the CPEC was only aimed at construction of motorways and highways, but now the prime  minister decided that it will be used to support the agriculture sector, create more jobs and attract other foreign countries like Saudi Arabia to invest in the country,” said information minister Fawad Chaudhry.

Mr. Khan’s determination to ensure that more benefits accrue to Pakistan from Chinese investment comes at a time that various Asian and African countries worry that Belt and Road-related investments in infrastructure risk trapping them in debt and forcing them to surrender control of critical national infrastructure, and in some cases media assets.

Preceding Mr. Khan’s move, protests against the forced resettlement of eight Nepali villages persuaded CWE Investment Corporation, a subsidiary of China Three Gorges, to consider pulling out of a 750MW hydropower project.

Malaysia has suspended or cancelled US$26 billion in Chinese-funded projects while Myanmar is negotiating a significant scaling back of a Chinese-funded port project on the Bay of Bengal from one that would cost US$ 7.3 billion to a more modest development that would cost US$1.3 billion in a bid to avoid shouldering an unsustainable debt.

Fears of a debt trap started late last year when unsustainable debt forced Sri Lanka to hand China an 80% stake in Hambantota port.

Mr. Khan’s move takes on added significance given that Pakistan appears to have decided to ask the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to help it avert a financial crisis with a loan of up to US$12 billion and discussions with Saudi Arabia that could produce up to US$10 billion in investmentsthat would be separate but associated with CPEC.

Pakistani finance minister Asad Umar is expected later this week to initiate discussions with the IMF during the fund’s annual meeting in Bali. The decision was taken after Saudi Arabia refused to delay Pakistani payments for oil imports, opting instead to build a refinery and strategic oil reserve in the CPEC port of Gwadar.

Pakistani officials see investment by Saudi Arabia as one possible way of facilitating a Pakistani request to the IMF for help. They hope that even an informal association with CPEC of Saudi Arabia, one of the United States’ closest allies in the greater Middle East, may alleviate Washington’s concern that IMF money could be used to repay Chinese debt.

Yet, even that is unlikely to prevent the IMF, backed by the United States, from demanding that the veil of secrecy be lifted that shrouds the commercial and financial terms of many CPEC-related, Chinese-funded projects, as a pre-condition for assistance from the fund.

Apparently concerned about Pakistan’s intentions, China’s deputy chief of mission in Islamabad, Lijian Zhao, insisted in an interview as well as a series of tweets that China welcomed Saudi investment and “always supported & stood behind @ Pakistan, helping #develop it’s #infrastructure& raise #living standards while creating #job.”

Mr. Lijian’s comments followed a statement last month by Chinese foreign minister Wang Ji after talks with Mr. Khan in Islamabad that appeared to indicate that China, while acknowledging Pakistani demands, would not address them immediately. Mr. Wang suggested that CPEC would only “gradually shift to industrial cooperation."

Indications suggest further that China may be looking to Pakistan’s military to shave off the rough ends of the government’s determination to effectively renegotiate CPEC.

Pakistan’s army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Beijing in August days after commerce minister Abdul Razak Dawood suggested that the government may suspend CPEC projects for a year.

Making his comments shortly after Mr. Wang’s departure from Islamabad, Mr. Dawood also asserted that the previous government had negotiated terms that were favourable to China rather than Pakistan.

China this week, in a move likely designed as much to strengthen Pakistani counter-terrorism capabilities as a gesture towards the country’s politically influential armed forces, made Pakistan the second country after Saudi Arabia to receive killer drones and the associated technology.

The US has refused to sell its more advanced killer drones to either Saudi Arabia or Pakistan.

The Khan government’s desire to refocus CPEC tackles key issues raised by critics of the project that potentially could impact China’s plan to pacify its troubled north-western province of Xinjiang through a combination of economic development and brutal repression and re-education of its Turkic Muslim population.

The initial plan for CPEC appeared to position Pakistan as a raw materials supplier for China, an export market for Chinese products and labour, and an experimental ground for the export of the surveillance state China is rolling out in Xinjiang.

The plan envisioned Chinese state-owned companies leasing thousands of hectares of agricultural land to set up “demonstration projects” in areas ranging from seed varieties to irrigation technology. Chinese agricultural companies would be offered “free capital and loans” from various Chinese ministries as well as the China Development Bank.

The plan envisaged the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps introducing mechanization as well as new technologies in Pakistani livestock breeding, development of hybrid varieties, and precision irrigation. Pakistan effectively would become a raw materials supplier rather than an added-value producer, a prerequisite for a sustainable textiles industry.

The plan saw the Pakistani textile sector as a supplier of materials such as yarn and coarse cloth to textile manufacturers in Xinjiang. “China can make the most of the Pakistani market in cheap raw materials to develop the textiles & garments industry and help soak up surplus labour forces in (Xinjiang’s) Kashgar,” the plan said. Chinese companies would be offered preferential treatment with regard to “land, tax, logistics and services” as well as “enterprise income tax, tariff reduction and exemption and sales tax rate” incentives.

For Mr. Khan to ensure that Pakistani agriculture benefits, the very concept of Chinese investment in Pakistani agriculture would have to renegotiated.

Similarly, Mr. Khan has yet to express an opinion on the plan’s incorporation of a full system of monitoring and surveillance that would be built in Pakistani cities to ensure law and order. The system would involve deployment of explosive detectors and scanners to “cover major roads, case-prone areas and crowded places…in urban areas to conduct real-time monitoring and 24-hour video recording.”

The surveillance aspect of the plan that identifies Pakistani politics, such as competing parties, religion, tribes, terrorists, and Western intervention” as well as security as the greatest risk to CPEC could, if unaddressed, transform Pakistani society in ways that go far beyond economic and infrastructure development.

Dr. James M. Dorsey is a senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, co-director of the University of Würzburg’s Institute for Fan Culture, and co-host of the New Books in Middle Eastern Studies podcast. James is the author of The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer blog, a book with the same title and a co-authored volume, Comparative Political Transitions between Southeast Asia and the Middle East and North Africa as well as Shifting Sands, Essays on Sports and Politics in the Middle East and North Africaand just published China and the Middle East: Venturing into the Maelstrom 


          5 juli-podden 70: Linuxgate, Grindrfail och EU-skandaler      Cache   Translate Page      
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I ett färskt höstavsnitt går vi igenom de senaste nätskandalerna:
  • Vi diskuterar uppförandekoder med anledning av CoC-bråket i Linuxgemenskapen.
  • Dejtingappen Grindr outar bögar i repressiva länder genom att låta tredjepartsappar positionsbestämma användarna extremt exakt.
HAX rapporterar om det senaste i EU:
  • Upphovsrättspaketet har gått in i trialogfasen
  • EU-domstolen har godkänt att myndigheter kan få ut data om användare hos nät- och teleoperatörer även för misstanke om ringa brott.
  • Europaparlamentet har röstat igenom lagstiftning om 30 procent europeiskt innehåll på strömningstjänster.
Dessutom:
  • Karl rapporterar från den nätpolitiska konferensen NP14 i Berlin och intervjuar Jillian C. York från amerikanska Electronic Frontier Foundation om deras projekt Offline.
  • Tim Berners Lees kapselprojekt ska begränsa hur mycket åtkomst sociala media-företag får till våra data.
  • Explosionen av strömningstjänster kan ha lett till ökad piratkopiering.
Podden görs av Karl Andersson och Henrik HAX Alexandersson för 5 juli-stiftelsen.

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          SoundCloud Premier Expands to Support More Creators      Cache   Translate Page      

SoundCloud has announced it is expanding its direct monetization program, SoundCloud Premier. Since inception, SoundCloud Premier has empowered creators to grow their careers by combining a leading revenue share with SoundCloud’s tools to instantly share, connect and interact with fans worldwide. With the program’s expansion, SoundCloud offers the power of direct monetization to many times more creators than any other audio service. “SoundCloud is the world’s largest open audio platform, with content from more than 20 million creators,” said Kerry Trainor, Chief Executive Officer, SoundCloud. “Expanding SoundCloud Premier’s direct monetization offering from thousands, to hundreds of thousands of eligible creators is an […]

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          Penn State recruiting target set to announce decision; Mark Dantonio praises Trace McSorley, and more      Cache   Translate Page      

Today's Penn State football news headlines feature a looming announcement for one of the Lions' top targets and Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio's thoughts on Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley. Watch video

Today's Penn State football news headlines feature a looming announcement for one of the Lions' top targets and Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio's thoughts on Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley.

Lewis Cine, a four-star safety from Trinity Christian School (Texas), is expected to make his college decision today at 3 p.m. EST. The 6-2, 180-pounder is high on the Lions' board and he is down to Penn State, Michigan, Georgia and Texas. The Bulldogs lead the way with 80 percent of the picks in Cine's 247Sports Crystal Ball.

Dantonio spoke to the media on Tuesday and included his thoughts on Penn State and the challenges McSorley presents as both a runner and receiver. Dantonio also elaborated on the "great atmosphere" at Beaver Stadium, as written by Chris Solari for the Detroit Free Press.

In other Penn State football news, the stage isn't too big for Pat Freiermuth. The Lions look to keep Brian Lewerke under wraps, and K.J. Hamler is expected to play on Saturday.

PennLive's Bob Flounders, Greg Pickel and Dustin Hockensmith also talk Penn State football on the Keystone Sports Network. Check out audio from their latest podcast below.

Those headlines and more highlight today's Penn State football news roundup:

Penn State's depth chart vs. Michigan State: A new starter, a big return and a mid-season position change: Hockensmith [PennLive]

Michigan State run defense concerns Penn State: DiPaola [Pittsburgh Tribune-Review]

Can Penn State's defense keep Michigan State QB Brian Lewerke under wraps on Saturday?: Flounders [PennLive]

MSU football coach Mark Dantonio frustrated by loss to Northwestern: Solari [Detroit Free Press]

Franklin: 'Stage isn't too big' for freshman TE Freiermuth: Donohue [Lions247]

Does James Franklin expect K.J. Hamler to play Saturday? Penn State has a new Homecoming tradition, more takeaways: Pickel [PennLive]

Eyes on the ball: Penn State's entertaining, erratic pass game aims to stop the drops: Wogenrich [Allentown Morning Call]

Mark Dantonio has failed to adapt. It's costing Michigan State: Windsor [Detroit Free Press]

Michigan State punter Hartbarger out for season: Brooks [Spartan Tailgate]

Michigan State football depth chart: Penn State: Brooks [Spartan Tailgate]

Yahoo Sports' 2018 midseason college football awards


          Soundcloud: Musiker bekommen künftig schneller Geld für ihre Lieder      Cache   Translate Page      
Der Musikstreamingdienst Soundcloud verbessert die Möglichkeiten für Musiker, ihre Inhalte zu monetarisieren. 55 Prozent der Einnahmen gehen direkt an die Künstler. Im Durchschnitt können das 2.000 Euro sein - oder drei. (Soundcloud, Musik)
          Limetown | Jessica Biel estrela série baseada em podcast para o Facebook Watch      Cache   Translate Page      

O Facebook anunciou nesta terça-feira (9) a produção de um novo título original para a sua plataforma de vídeos, o Watch.

Jessica Biel foi a escolhida para produzir e protagonizar a série fictícia Limetown. A série, que contará com 10 episódios, terá como pano de fundo a história de 300 pessoas que desapareceram em um centro de pesquisa em neurociência no Tennessee.

Essa trama é baseada em um podcast de mesmo nome bastante popular nos Estados Unidos que conta uma série de reportagens investigativas comandadas por Lia Haddock, uma jornalista da American Public Radio.

O podcast chegou a ter 10 milhões de downloads, chegando ao topo das paradas do aplicativo de podcasts da Apple. Ainda não se sabe, no entanto, se os episódios da série abordarão todos os capítulos do programa de rádio, que conta com apenas uma temporada.


          SoundCloud haalt dienst om artiesten te betalen uit testfase      Cache   Translate Page      
SoundCloud maakt zijn Premier-dienst, waarmee artiesten direct geld kunnen verdienen aan streams, breed beschikbaar. SoundCloud introduceerde Premier vier jaar geleden, maar sindsdien was het in een testfase op uitnodiging beschikbaar.
          Programa Acervo Origens - Setembro/2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Nossos programas do mês de setembro estão todos aqui.
Tem uma mais fantástico que o outro.

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          SoundCloud widens money-making program to more paying artists - CNET      Cache   Translate Page      
If you pay for pro uploads to SoundCloud, now you can earn money off your tracks.
          INSTRUMENTAL: Chinko Ekun – Able God Ft. Lil Kesh & Zlatan      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Rotten Sun | ART OF MIRRORS (teaser)      Cache   Translate Page      

[[[ Recorded live @ World Premiere in Festival Forte 2018 (PORTUGAL) ]]]
Rotten Sun is a performance collaboration between Mia Zabelka (e-violin, electronic devices, alien objects), Kira O’Reilly (live art), Kevin Craig (video art) and Lee Adams (experimental dj).
With cover photography by Filipe Pinto.

Inspired by the eponymous Bataille text, Rotten Sun present their initial explorations in movement, image and psychoacoustics – Art of Mirrors is an improvisation between four artists who have never before worked together. A gleaming razors edge, reflecting back the blank stare of the void.

festivalforte.com
miazabelka.com | littlecrackdrabbit.co.uk | soundcloud.com/miazabelkamusic
leeadams.net | soundcloud.com/choronzonkaos | kaoslondon.com
kiraoreilly.com

Cast: JOÃO MEIRINHOS


          ROTTEN SUN | Art of Mirrors (promo)      Cache   Translate Page      

[[[ Recorded live @ World Premiere in Festival Forte 2018 (PORTUGAL) ]]]
Rotten Sun is a performance collaboration between Mia Zabelka (e-violin, electronic devices, alien objects), Kira O’Reilly (live art), Kevin Craig (video art) and Lee Adams (experimental dj). With cover photography by Filipe Pinto.

Inspired by the eponymous Bataille text, Rotten Sun present their initial explorations in movement, image and psychoacoustics – Art of Mirrors is an improvisation between four artists who have never before worked together. A gleaming razors edge, reflecting back the blank stare of the void.

festivalforte.com
miazabelka.com | littlecrackdrabbit.co.uk | soundcloud.com/miazabelkamusic
leeadams.net | soundcloud.com/choronzonkaos | kaoslondon.com
kiraoreilly.com

Cast: JOÃO MEIRINHOS

Tags: Mia Zabelka, Bataille best, Lee Adams, quotes, Kira O’Reilly, Kevin Craig, live art, butoh, lydia lunch, ROTTEN SUN, video art, Art of Mirrors, portugal, Festival Forte 2018, art attack, violeta, white trash, surgeon, green glitter and naked performance


          Jesse Markin Surges Ahead On 'Treat'       Cache   Translate Page      
Jesse Markin (Credit: Kai Kuusisto)
Emphatic R&B with a dark edge...

Jesse Markin was initially a member of The Megaphone State, helping to make three albums with the hip-hop group before choosing his own path.

Debut solo single 'Blood' made an emphatic impression, and this is set to be followed by new single 'Treat'.

Liberian-born, but based in Finland, Jesse Markin's ability to truly nail a subject lends his music a certain intensity, and this rushes through his new single.

A vision of warped R&B but with a dark edge, 'Treat' is actually a song about acknowledging black beauty.

Jesse states; “I stumbled upon an article about world's most beautiful people and who are the most desirable as potential partners. Black women and Asian men were among the last on the list and I wanted to question this kind of rhetoric.”

He continues: “‘Treat’ is about dedication; Acknowledging your own mistakes and growth. I wanted a track that has a deeper and meaningful layer to it, with every listen you’re able to find something new.”

Tune in now.

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          Clash DJ Mix - Catching Flies      Cache   Translate Page      
Catching Flies
A wonderfully lucid, broad mix...

Rising producer Catching Flies is emblematic of a new spirit in London's club culture.

A fresh kind of eclecticism has taken root, allowing DJs to take even more chances, leaping between hip-hop, techno, jazz, and everything in between.

His own music embraces all of this and more, with breakout single 'New Gods' displaying impeccable style, and a uniquely individual approach.

With Jay Prince and Oscar Jerome leaping on board, it's an irresistible club heater that works in all kinds of different environments.

Suitably charmed, we invited Catching Flies to construct new mix for Clash, and it's a fantastic journey from genre to genre, style to style.

He tells us...

A mixture of some old stuff, some new stuff I’ve been playing out and everything in between. When DJing, I usually play something ambient to start and finish with to reset the atmosphere in the club...

So the mix starts off with a track from Emanative’s new record (‘Dawn Child’) which I’ve been really enjoying… and ends with Hugh Hopper & Alan Gowen’s ‘Morning Order’ – a nice slice of some 80s free jazz off their LP ‘Two Rainbows Daily.’

Tune in now.

Tracklisting:
Emanative - Dawn Child
Jadu Heart - Unevercallmebutidontmindbecauseimintheclub (Jadu VIP)
Trio Ternura - A Gira (Mr Mendel Edit)
Ned Doheny - A Love Of Your Own (World Air Heat Wave Edit)
Kaidi Tatham ft. Dego - It’s A World Before You
Francesco Tristan - The Melody (C2 Remix)
Octo Champ - Long Tongue Liar
Daphni - Hey Drum
Balako - Jungle Music (Edit)
Amine K - Dar Gnawa
Claude - Bip Bap
Hugh Hopper & Alan Gowen Trio – Morning Order

For tickets to the latest Catching Flies shows click HERE.

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          SoundCloud opens up its Premier monetisation program      Cache   Translate Page      

SoundCloud has thrown the doors open wide to its SoundCloud Premier program, which enables independent artists to make money from streams of their tracks on its service. Any SoundCloud Pro and Pro Unlimited creators – those who pay a subscription for extra tools around their uploads and profiles on SoundCloud – can now join the program. CEO […]

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          SoundCloud ouvre son système de monétisation Premier aux artistes indépendants      Cache   Translate Page      
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          “Memory Loss” by Bengal Lancers – A Song Feature      Cache   Translate Page      
     In their song “Memory Loss,” Bengal Lancers place somber subject matter in a high-octane vehicle. “I feel that I might be losing my mind.” The melody drives the track, with the presentation of the socially relevant concern around mental health being tailored to align with the drive. For much of “Memory Loss,” it is fair to characterize the vocals as melodic shouting.

     Bengal Lancers are a London-based band. The members are Harry Sullivan (vocals, guitar), Max Hutchins (drums), Charlie Hawkins (bass), and Aidan Wickham (guitar).

     “Memory Loss” by Bengal Lancers



          Glenn Beck and Riaz Patel take on 'impossible task' of finding common ground in the gun debate      Cache   Translate Page      


Glenn Beck was joined Tuesday by two-time Emmy nominated Hollywood producer Riaz Patel, who also happens to be progressive, gay, Muslim, an immigrant, and (as he added) left-handed. Inspired by their unlikely friendship, the two produced a podcast that took a look at some of the issues that are dividing our country and offered a way for Americans to move forward and learn to work together.

"When we met, things that you have said changed the way I see the county, the world, and I think there's real importance in having friends, having relationships, with people who think completely differently from you," Riaz said.

Glenn noted that our country is so divided right now that it feels like "it's us verses them."

"It shouldn't be," Riaz replied. "I think it's 'us verses the problem.' Whatever the problems are, it's all of us on one side. But the more we demonize each other, the more it feels like we're against each other."

Riaz introduced the powerful new podcast, saying, "The premise is simple. Can we look at the things that divide us, from a different angle, maybe a more human perspective, personal perspective that allows us to see the connections?"

For the first podcast topic, they took on the "impossible task" of having a reasonable conversation about gun rights with people on all sides of the debate.

"We all want the same thing. We don't want the children to be harmed. So knowing we all have the same goal, how do we work together to achieve that goal?" Riaz added. "And so this [is the] journey of exploring how do real Americans engage with each other."



Watch the video above to catch more of the conversation, or listen to the full podcast below.


          Record Review: Hillstomp, Monster Receiver      Cache   Translate Page      
The Portland duo solidifies their status as one of the Northwest’s most durable and reliably exciting acts by Santi Elijah Holley

Over the past 17 years, Hillstomp hasn’t changed much about their brand. The Portland duo—Henry Hill Kammerer on vocals, guitar, and banjo, with John Johnson on vocals and ramshackle drums—is still committed to hill country blues, still preaching the gospel of R.L. Burnside, and still banging away on overturned buckets and trashcan lids. But even within these limits, they’re finding ways to grow and experiment. The band’s new record, Monster Receiver—their sixth studio album and second for Portland’s Fluff and Gravy label—draws different elements into their music, creating a richer and more sonically diverse sound.

Tracks like “Hagler,” “Comes a Storm,” and “Lay Down Satan” are driven by Kammerer’s juke-joint guitar riffs and Johnson’s familiar shuffling percussion, while Kammerer continues to master his skills as a banjo picker on songs like “The Way Home” and “I’ll Be Around.” But Monster Receiver shines brightest on its guest appearances: Songwriter Anna Tivel fiddles on two songs, Portland harmonica virtuoso Dave Lipkind plays on “Goddamn Heart” and “Cluck Old Hen,” Hong Kong Banana’s Amora Pooley Johnson sings backup throughout (most effectively on the slow, haunting gospel blues track “Angels”), and Erik Clampitt provides pedal steel guitar on the album’s most gentle and touching song, “Dayton, Ohio.”

Described in a press release as a “love letter from Kammerer to his parents,” “Dayton, Ohio” is evocative of Fluff and Gravy labelmates Richmond Fontaine, and confirms Hillstomp can do more than the “bang-crash-bang” songs they’re famous for. Of course, Monster Receiver still has plenty of those, like “Snake Eagle Blues” and “Goddamn Heart,” which are the kind of hand-clapping, foot-stomping sing-alongs that have earned Hillstomp’s live shows a rabid following. While Monster Receiver doesn’t rewrite the Hillstomp playbook, it’s a refreshing and welcome contribution to their discography, and should solidify their status as one of the Northwest’s most durable and reliably exciting acts.

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The Minders celebrate the 20th anniversary reissue of their debut, Hooray for Tuesday. by Robert Ham

Not long ago, Martyn Leaper—the man behind beloved pop project the Minders—did a little experiment. He broke out an old eight-track reel-to-reel machine, similar to the one he and producer Robert Schneider used to record his band’s 1998 debut, Hooray for Tuesday, and recorded a new version of that album’s title track.

This wasn’t a feeble attempt to try to correct the supposed mistakes of the past or “make the songs better,” as Ian McCulloch of Echo and the Bunnymen has been claiming about his band’s forthcoming collection of re-recorded classics. For Leaper, this was a chance to “revisit in my mind where I started with this 20 years ago.”

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“We were first and foremost a little garage band,” he continues. “A DIY unit. We made a couple of records in studios, but mostly they’ve been done at home. And that’s because we’re too poor and didn’t sell many records, so we have to be self-sufficient. So to go back and look at that, it’s really exciting, to be honest. I miss those days. They were great days.”

The reason for both the re-recording and this pointed reflection was instigated by the forthcoming 20th anniversary reissue of Hooray for Tuesday that Leaper is putting together for his imprint Space Cassette Records. The new edition features the original album and a handful of bonus tracks, including a demo of the title track from 1996 and the new version of that same song recorded with the Minders’ current lineup.

Preparing to reissue the debut brought Leaper back to a formative period of his life. At the time he was living in Denver, recording music in his bedroom but not finding much connection with the local scene, until a friend urged him to go and check out the band the Apples in Stereo. The group was led by Robert Schneider, the musician who helped found the Elephant 6 Recording Company and produced both albums by Neutral Milk Hotel.

“I talked to Robert after the show about music and he invited me over to his place,” Leaper remembers. “I brought this demo that I had made at this 16-track studio, and I was pretty proud of it. Then he played me this recording he made on a Fostex 4-track in his bedroom with toy drums and I was, like, ‘I quit.’ My recording was like a stew with a thin broth and a few peas and carrots and his was just thick.”

Together, the pair cooked up a fresh batch of material that realized Leaper’s vision of a sweetly nostalgic and vibrant sound—a continuation of the lineage of artists like XTC and Orange Juice, who were mining the farthest corners of ’60s and ’70s pop for rare gems and fresh inspiration. It sounds as jangly and tattered as the best recordings from the Elephant 6 camp, but bursts forth with grinning joy and leaping energy. Capping it off is Leaper’s perfect pop vocals, which lands at this perfect midpoint between Pete Ham of Badfinger’s smoky croon and the squeaky-clean lilt of the Monkees’ Davy Jones.

Among the indie pop enthusiasts of the world, Hooray for Tuesday was an instant sensation, even if it never caught the attention of tastemakers who were busy hyping the rise of IDM and the recombinant sounds of Stereolab and Pram. The Minders did their collective part to turn the tide to their favor, touring around North America with other Elephant 6-associated bands like Elf Power and Of Montreal, as well as a memorable run opening for Elliott Smith. Around this time, too, Leaper and his then-wife Rebecca Cole, who played drums and sang in the band for many years, decided to relocate from Denver to Portland.

“There were a lot more bands here,” Leaper says. “A lot more creative minds. Denver’s this big spread-out, sprawling place where you could never get a sense of belonging. Our whole little community, the house that we were renting and Robert’s studio, they were going to scrape all that away to build condos. I didn’t want to see that happen, so I said, ‘Let’s get out of here.’”

Much has changed in the world of Leaper and his band in the two decades since that move and since Hooray was released, but just as much has stayed the same. Listening to the album today only cements that idea. It’s the formation of a sound that Leaper hasn’t moved past in the ensuing years—he’s just gotten better at it.

Still, Leaper and his art aren’t necessarily known quantities, which adds a measure of tension to his life. He continues to make great music (2016’s Into the River is another gem of the Minders’ discography that introduces a notable country influence to their pop aesthetic) and performs live as his schedule allows. But like so many artists, Leaper works two jobs, as a Lyft driver and manning the cheese counter at the Hawthorne Fred Meyer, to keep himself afloat. What extra cash he has, he pours into his band.

None of that bothers Leaper. He’s never had much interest in trying to score a big pop hit or crash into the kind of success that some of his contemporaries found, putting them at a place where they have to keep churning out records to an audience that just wants to hear the old favorites.

“We’ve never been at that level,” he says. “We’ve always been parked in the garage. Sometimes I think about that and I’m, like, ‘Well, that seems right.’”

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Rafi Bellamy Plaice of England and Forrest Wu, a Seattle native, alternate in the role of Miles in Seattle Opera's The Turn of the Screw. Philip Newton photo
By Samantha Newland

When a storyteller adds a plot twist to create tension, this can be referred to as a “turn of the screw.” In the case of tonight’s opera, the piece is already eerie by virtue of being a ghost story. But two ghosts? A turn of the screw. And they torment children? A turn of the screw. And the audience must witness an innocent boy embody this story? Tighter, and tighter the screw turns—eliciting our fears and anxieties; creating nightmares for us to contend with long after we leave the theater.

As Seattle Opera crafts this terrifying (and exhilarating!) tale on stage, it will be in a large part thanks to two 13-year-olds: Rafi Bellamy Plaice and Forrest Wu, boy sopranos who alternate as the haunted lad, Miles.

It’s rare to see leads this young in opera. Even the characters Hansel and Gretel are sung by adult singers, and the other child character in The Turn of the Screw, Miles’s sister Flora, is also typically sung by an adult—in the case of this production, soprano Soraya Mafi. Unlike in ballet or theater, in Seattle Opera's production opera singers in their 20s and 30s are still considered to be at the beginning of their careers. So it was unusual that composer Benjamin Britten created roles for significantly younger voices.

In many operas, such as Hansel and Gretel, children are portrayed by adult singers. Pictured: Sasha Cooke (Hansel), Peter Easterlin (The Witch) and Ashley Emerson (Gretel) in Seattle Opera's Hansel and Gretel, 2016. Philip Newton photo 
Born in Suffolk, England in 1913, Britten grew up immersed in Anglican culture with its rich tradition of youth choral groups. Inspired by the ethereal qualities of the adolescent voice, Britten's operas such as The Turn of the Screw, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and The Little Sweep gave children opportunities to sing just as much as their adult co-stars. Today, it’s a tradition that continues, thanks to Britten and others who nurture up-and coming artists. Aren Der Hacopian, Seattle Opera’s Director of Artistic Administration and Planning, is one of those people. Der Hacopian played a crucial role in the former Young Artist Program, and continues to bolster the next generation of singers through mainstage casting. Der Hacopian describes casting a child as similar to casting an adult. “Can they be expressive? Can they sing in a 3,000-seat house? Can they take direction?” 

In other ways, it’s different. Children process things differently than adults, Der Hacopian says. “Their parents need to be considered. And, oh yeah—there’s also something called school.” Another challenge to casting Miles, or the Three Spirits in The Magic Flute, is that it can be challenging to find gifted young singers. Prior to Seattle Opera’s The Turn of the Screw, the company sent out an international casting call for Miles. Performers from near and far responded, and the two young men selected were Rafi Bellamy Plaice of England and Forrest Wu of Seattle. Wu, along with many of the performers cast as the Three Spirits, had previously participated in Seattle Opera’s youth programs, another channel the company uses to discover young singers. 

For Plaice, son of mezzo-soprano Marcia Bellamy, classical music is genetic. As a baby, he matched his mother’s pitch with coos and squeaks as she sang to him in his crib. Now as a young teen, he recently won the BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year and released a debut album, Refiner’s Fire. Not bad for someone who’s not even old enough to drive. While Seattle Opera was gearing up for its production of Porgy and Bess, Plaice traveled to the United States, where he performed Leonard Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms with Boston Symphony Orchestra at the Tanglewood Festival. 

Rafi Bellamy Plaice of England sings Miles in The Turn of the Screw
Despite the responsibility of a burgeoning international career, the singer finds time to be 13. “I enjoy Legos and swimming and history. I love Egyptology. I think I would like to be an Egyptologist when I grow up,” Plaice said during a FaceTime call while his black cat, Lancelot, sat in his lap. “And I’m definitely a cat person.” 

In contrast, Forrest Wu’s path to performing was unexpected. For one, the teen was extremely shy as a young child. His mom, Gloria Chen, remembers a preschool event where the kids were supposed to sing together. “Forrest was too afraid to even utter one note,” she says.

Somehow, the timid boy got involved with Northwest Boychoir in first grade, and his confidence grew. Since then, he’s performed at Benaroya Hall with the Seattle Symphony and recorded for the soundtrack of “Golem,” an upcoming PlayStation 4 video game. Ironically, it’s his mom who now gets nervous before his shows.

The Turn of the Screw
marks the mainstage role debuts for both young men. However, Wu is actually no stranger to the McCaw Hall stage. During Seattle Opera’s 2017 The Magic Flute, the singer got his first taste of performing in an opera through his younger sister, Stella. As a supernumerary, she played a non-singing role as one of Papageno’s little chicks. Watching his sister from backstage, Wu noticed that some of the opera singers were children not much older than himself. “I saw the Three Spirits and I was like ‘Oh, that’s awesome.’ So then I auditioned to be a boy soldier in Aida, which was really fun because there were lots of other kids,” he said.

Forrest Wu of Seattle sings the role of Miles in The Turn of the Screw. Philip Newton photo

After Aida, Wu wasn’t looking for any big auditions. But then his family received an email about auditions for The Turn of the Screw. He tried out. Now, he’s doing something that usually only adults get to do—making a Seattle Opera debut. Miles is a big part in terms of stage time. But it also presents a significant challenge considering the opera’s disturbing themes. The plot and ending are intentionally ambiguous, so the audience has to imagine their own conclusion about the horrors that Miles and his sister experienced at the hands of their caretakers when they were alive.

“Miles is the primary battleground for the Governess verses the ghosts,” says Jonathan Dean, Seattle Opera Dramaturg. “He has a lot of center-stage moments, for example when he sings ‘Malo, malo' and you wonder, 'What happened to this child?'"

Peter Quint and Miles from the 1961 film The Innocents based on The Turn of the Screw. 

Both boys have found different ways of coping with Miles’s traumatic experiences. Plaice (who’s also sung the title role in Oliver) has connected with his character over their shared interest in Latin. And Wu looks at Miles through the lens of a fantasy connoisseur. “I find the storyline creepy and complex,” says Wu, an avid reader currently making his way through John Green’s Turtles All the Way Down. “You have to know all the background information about the characters in order to really understand what’s going on and act the part. If you are just watching the opera, it could be hard to understand him. But with the background, it all gets pieced together.” In this production, Miles is the only role that’s double-cast, a necessary move for the young performers’ schedules, and a necessary precaution considering the inherent risk in their voices changing. “Puberty waits for no one, not even opera singers. Boy sopranos have a very limited number of years in which they can perform,” says Der Hacopian, the opera’s Director of Artistic Administration and Planning. “Once they near puberty, it’s dangerous. At the same time, this also happens to be when their voices sound the best.” 

The “danger” of imminent voice-change has interrupted previous The Turn of the Screw productions at Seattle Opera. One year, a Miles’s voice began cracking a week before opening, and another young singer had to be brought in from Vancouver, B.C. This time, Seattle Opera isn’t able to have a cadre of Miles singers on standby (if Der Hacopian had his way, there would be six young men waiting in the wings, just in case). However, accomplished young artist Dominic Bennett, who sings in the Northwest Boychoir with Wu, has also been cast as Miles. Bennett will jump into today’s performance if either of the other two singers experience vocal cracking. Perhaps this is the final turn of the screw— the guessing game of working with a teenage-boy voice! Sit back, er, relax—and enjoy the wild ride ahead!

Forrest Wu (Miles) and Dominic Bennett (Miles Cover) in rehearsal for The Turn of the Screw. 
Seattle Opera's The Turn of the Screw
Oct. 13-27, 2018 at McCaw Hall
Tickets & info: seattleopera.org/turnscrew

          Peter Kazaras turns Britten's Screw      Cache   Translate Page      
By Jonathan Dean

After a recent Seattle performance of Porgy and Bess, soprano Angel Blue delighted local opera fans when she called Seattle Opera her “artistic home.” Another vital member of our Seattle Opera family is Peter Kazaras, who has called our stage home for over three decades. The artistic contributions Kazaras has made to Seattle Opera are many, ever since his 1985 debut as the handsome but worthless playboy Števa in Janáček’s Jenůfa.

In Seattle, Kazaras has sung everything from Faust to Tamino to Pierre in War and Peace to his definitive Loge in the Ring, and has directed both crowd-pleasers (The Marriage of Figaro and Madame Butterfly) and less familiar operas (including The Consul and the world premiere of An American Dream). As a teacher, he has trained an entire generation of opera artists, both in Seattle and in his other life as Director of Opera UCLA, where he directed Angel Blue in her first performance of Suor Angelica during her masters training.

The Seattle arts scene has also benefited from Kazaras’s affinity for the operas of Benjamin Britten. Not only was Kazaras unforgettable as the tormented Captain Vere in Billy Budd; he directed ingenious productions of several Britten works for Seattle Opera’s Young Artists Program, making the riches of these complicated and challenging operas available for both performers and audiences.

Seattle Opera has not presented Britten as often as some would like. Kazaras played the ghost of Peter Quint in our first Turn of the Screw, back in 1994, and he remembers how that intensely dramatic show inspired Seattle Opera’s tradition of post-show talk back. “Honestly, Speight [Jenkins, then General Director] figured the talk back would help people process this show. It’s not the kind of opera where you can just relax and let it wash over you. There’s no ‘transfiguration by love’ at the end! I think Speight hoped to save himself a lot of letter-writing by talking with patrons immediately after each performance.” But what makes The Turn of the Screw so challenging for the audience? Certainly the opera’s ambiguity can make people uncomfortable, particularly those who like everything spelled out and explained. People tend to read all sorts of horrors into the backstory of trauma and repression at the country estate of Bly, even though neither the original Henry James novella nor Britten’s operatic transformation ever explicitly answer the question of what happened there. James even makes a dig, in his preface, at readers frustrated by such a lack of explanation: “‘The story won’t tell...not in any literal, vulgar way.’”

Stage director of Seattle Opera's The Turn of the Screw, Peter Kazaras. 

Kazaras thinks Britten’s music actually intensifies this effect. “It’s the construction. This opera is not just tight; it’s obsessively, perfectly constructed. If you really listen to it, by the time you get to that final scene you are tormented by the clash of keys associated with the Governess and Quint. Britten leads you down the garden path of tonality in a musical analogue to what James meant by ‘turning the screw,’ which was actually a real-world torture device. People are able to withstand a certain amount of pressure; but if you take them to that level, and then intensify it, one little thing is enough to push you over the edge.”

According to Kazaras, “it is clear that neither Britten nor his librettist Myfanwy Piper intended a definitive answer to the question of whether the ghost ‘really’ exist. Merely creating singing characters was not an absolute answer to that question. Do the ghosts really exist? Good question! I like how Henry James answered that, with another question: ‘Do the ghosts exist? I don’t know, do you believe in ghosts?’ There are all sorts of ways to understand and/or explain the Governess and her fears,” Kazaras continued. “But even before all you get to that, here we have two kids who are orphaned and neglected. Their parents have died, as have the two other key figures in their life, and their guardian says, ‘Never contact me.’ Isn’t that horrible enough?”

Kazaras’s goal, as director, is to create a theater piece that makes your hair stand up on end. “When we did The Turn of the Screw in Bellevue, in 2006, I was very happy when a patron said to me, ‘I had stopped breathing by the end...how did you do that?’”

Rafi Bellamy Plaice (Miles) and Elizabeth Caballero (The Governess) in Seattle Opera's The Turn of the Screw. Philip Newton photo
Clearly, the opera tells the story of something that goes terribly, terribly wrong. But beyond that, Kazaras wants to leave room for everyone in the audience to complete the story. “A good production of this opera must preserve the ambiguity. If you depict the Governess as an inmate in a mental asylum, for instance, you spoil the opportunity for dramatic crescendo across the course of the opera. It should be slightly surreal, to knock people out of their comfort zone; but it should get more and more intense as the Governess feels she’s losing control, as the situation gets increasingly out of hand. Britten’s musical construction accomplishes this brilliantly. Follow his lead and you will get precisely where you need to get—to a place of utmost anxiety, and eventually to tragedy.”

And the audience must be seduced into dismantling their defenses and coming along for the ride, explains Kazaras. “It doesn’t work if they come in thinking they already know what’s going on. The essence of fear is the unknown. We hide our faces behind our fingers, not when we see something scary, but when we’re afraid we’ll see something scary. That’s what The Turn of the Screw is built on. The scariest monsters are the ones that live inside us. The scariest thoughts are the ones WE have. As Henry James put it: ‘Only make the reader’s general vision of evil intense enough...and his own experience, his own imagination, his own sympathy (with the children) and horror (of their false friends) will supply him quite sufficiently with all the particulars.’”

So there’s the challenge for Kazaras and his creative team: to invite you to join them on this journey to the beautiful country house of Bly, and then give you room to supply your own terrors to fill in the gaps in the Governess’s story. “We start with a wall, upon which we can project both reality and dreams; quite literally, projections of what’s going on in the characters’ psyches. But it starts to shape-shift. You thought it was flat? Suddenly you realize it isn’t flat. Slowly it starts to morph, and to reveal things about itself. But nothing is certain. Ambiguity is the heart of The Turn of the Screw.

When fans of The Turn of the Screw asked author Henry James if the ghosts in his Gothic novella were real, James simply replied, "Do you believe in ghosts?" Moral ambiguity is at the heart of Seattle Opera's The Turn of the Screw. 

Seattle Opera's The Turn of the Screw 
Oct. 13-27, 2018 at McCaw Hall
Tickets & info: seattleopera.org/turnscrew




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Sounds like: Day Wave, Henry Nowhere

Song: Toledo - Hot Stuff

What's so good?

Gosh, this is some dreamy surf pop. Not everyone on the Indie Shuffle team fell head-over-heels for it (cough cough Andrew), but I found myself thoroughly enjoying the song, and I hope you do too. I'm certainly not alone, because it's #1 on SubmitHub's charts as of my writing this. The duo behind Brooklyn-based Toledo go by the names Daniel and Jordan. They're gearing up to release a new EP early next year called HotStuff, and this one by the same name is clearly going to be included in the mix. Hope y'all enjoy.

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[[[ Recorded live @ World Premiere in Festival Forte 2018 (PORTUGAL) ]]]
Rotten Sun is a performance collaboration between Mia Zabelka (e-violin, electronic devices, alien objects), Kira O’Reilly (live art), Kevin Craig (video art) and Lee Adams (experimental dj). With cover photography by Filipe Pinto.

Inspired by the eponymous Bataille text, Rotten Sun present their initial explorations in movement, image and psychoacoustics – Art of Mirrors is an improvisation between four artists who have never before worked together. A gleaming razors edge, reflecting back the blank stare of the void.

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An informal weekly chat with presenters Sian and Tiann alongside brand new host Andre! They discuss the latest and most talked about pop culture news! This weeks discussion includes The Circle, Strictly Come Dancing and Andre's switch to Android! All information within this podcast is based around the time of recording, information may have been updated. The views expressed within this podcast are not reflective of Verge Magazine Ltd and belong to the authors. Tune in each Thursday for a weekly dose of our conversation! Theme Music: Joakim Karud - "Rock Angel" Rock Angel by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/K8eRXvLL7Wo music@joakimkarud.com http://www.joakimkarud.com/use-my-music/ https://twitter.com/JoakimKarud https://www.patreon.com/joakimkarud
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According to The Pulse Of Radio, ALTER BRIDGE and TREMONTI guitarist Mark Tremonti said in a recent interview on "The Jasta Show" podcast that both his current bands have not been able to reach the same large audiences as his previous act, CREED, because neither band has landed a massive hit like that group did during its heyday. Tremonti explained: "One massive song and you've got your foot in the door... Both ALTER BRIDGE and TREMONTI, we haven't had that one song. We've had all the songs that our fans love and all albums that our fans love, but we don't have a big hit song." He added, "So when you're getting your haircut, it's, like, 'So what do you do for a living?' 'I'm a musician.' 'Really? What song?' 'Ah, you wouldn't know it.' [Laughs]." Tremonti also said he's cautious about releasing a track that is too "ballad-y" because it will give the wrong impression, citing a song called "Take You With Me" on the new TREMONTI album, "A Dying Machine". He said: "I told the record label, 'If I put it on the record to begin with, and then it's the first single for the record that I'm very proud of, and it skews everything because everybody thinks it's a pop record, I'm gonna be pissed.'" Mark told The Pulse Of Radio how he separates the songs he writes for ALTER BRIDGE, whose frontman is Myles Kennedy, and those he pens for TREMONTI, in which he sings lead. "You know, Myles is a big tenor singer and I'm a baritone-y kind of guy and that's what helps me make the stuff sound different," he said. "But when the stuff's on the table for me, between ALTER BRIDGE and TREMONTI, I just take what's best at the moment and run with it." Tremonti's solo band has been on the road recently behind "A Dying Machine", while ALTER BRIDGE is scheduled to return to the studio next spring.

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The latest in Portland hip-hop. by Jenni Moore

I like to use this space to cover all sorts of stuff relating to hip-hop, but this issue, there’s just a butt-load of shows. In addition to Top Dawg Entertainment’s Jay Rock show at the Hawthorne Theatre on October 11 and Kyle’s “Lightspeed World Tour” stop at the Roseland on October 13, here are a few worthwhile opportunities to see hip-hop and R&B in Portland over the next two weeks.


Raquel Divar and Cory O

While they definitely qualify as a hip-hop act, Raquel Divar and Cory O are often booked for non-hip-hop lineups like the SYNT (See You Next Tuesday) weekly show dedicated to dubstep and the “deeper, darker side of bass music” at Bit House Saloon. The last time I saw Raquel Divar take the mic was at the Thesis in August, and it might have been her best performance to date. The crowd was apparently feeling that same energy as Raquel expertly performed challenging verses to dark tracks like “Runners Anthem,” “Snakes and the City,” and “Vandals,” from Divar and O’s new collaborative EP The Reign. There’s no better time than the present to go support this dynamic producer/MC duo. (Tues Oct 16, 9 pm, Bit House Saloon, 727 SE Grand, FREE, w/Penny Wide Pupils, Bodie, One Wub)


Hawthorne Hip-Hop Showcase

A lineup of all-local hip-hop at the Hawthorne on a Friday is a rarity, but with a bill this good and diverse, they might just pack the place out. In addition to six-piece hip-hop/soul/funk band Speaker Minds, there will also be a set by cannabis enthusiast/rapper Stevo the Weirdo, relative newcomer [E]m- press (their 2018 project HeartBreak Hotel is rock-solid), YungShirtMane of the Naturally Grown Misfits crew, and Mat Randol, who released the truly excellent and cohesive full-length Art of Allowing last month. (Fri Oct 19, 8 pm, Hawthorne Theatre, 1507 SE Cesar E. Chavez, $10-12)


Mic Check Pop-Up

Okay, I know I just covered Mic Check in the last installment of Sneaker Wave, but here they are again, doing another thing: Though the passing of StarChile caused the Mic Check crew to make their once-monthly concerts a quarterly event, this October, the local showcase is hosting a “pop-up” show at its usual spot. The pop-up will feature a beat set from Portland instrumental hip-hop artist Free Tillman; the Half&Half crew from Rapid City, South Dakota; Seattle rapper Onry Ozzborn; and Portland’s own Stevo the Weirdo. (Wed Oct 24, 7 pm, White Eagle, 836 N Russell, $8, w/Trox, OG One)


The Internet

Obviously you know neo-soul band the Internet’s major 2015 hit “Girl,” from their Grammy-nominated album Ego Death, right? RIGHT!? (“Girl/If they don’t know your worth/Tell ’em you’re my girl/And anything you want is yours.”) Yeah, that’s what I thought. Their follow-up LP Hive Mind, also their first studio album to not be associated with the Oddfuture label, is basically a masterpiece. I’ll be shocked if this album isn’t nominated for a Grammy, but then again, the Recording Academy can’t even be trusted to bestow Beyoncé’s Lemonade with Album of the Year, so... yeah. Hive Mind highlights include lead singles “Come Over” and “La Di Da,” the sultry “Stay the Night,” “It Gets Better (With Time),” and “Look What U Started.” Pretty much all of these songs would make a smooth and easy soundtrack for late-night laptop work, and a logical addition to your lovemaking playlist. Their music just feels good, and seeing them live sounds like the perfect date night out, even if you just take yourself. (Wed Oct 24, 8 pm, Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W Burnside, $32.50-37.50, all ages)

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SoundCloud is expanding its ad monetization plan, SoundCloud Premier, to all eligible artists. This seems to be in direct response to Spotify’s new “Spotify for Artists” that they released last month. But is SoundCloud offering enough to compete with Spotify? The requirements for Premier are a bit steep. Premiere is only available to Pro and […]

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