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"This is a selection of mixes in the celestial sphere that were taped in historical times. In these mixes the planet Earth participated too. This mix describes two acts of a great drama: one that occurred thirty-four to thirty-five centuries ago, in the middle of the second millennium before the present era; the other in the eighth and the beginning of the seventh century before the present era.
Accordingly, this volume consists of collisions between selected examples of techno."
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"In Ribbon Drive, we collectively create a story about a road trip. We do this in the comfort of a living room, over the course of 3-5 hours. We each create a character, one of the people going on this road trip. These characters are our individual jobs; each of us will roleplay one character’s decisions and actions. We’ll share the responsibility of narrating the obstacles and scenery that comes up all around us. Ribbon Drive creates stories about letting go on the open road, and we all work to both further and complicate this agenda during the game."
"Our ultimate goal is to create a thought-provoking, meaningful experience. We let the music guide us. We let the road throw us curves. As our characters, we rethink our attachment to the future."
This link recently saved by jgbell on July 15, 2011
"In a manifesto presented in one of their early books, the cubo-futurists presented a demanding programme for the deconstruction of traditional language which was to find its complete expression in zaum."
"With this manifesto the door was opened to a new dimension of poetry, one in which the emphasis was no longer on meaning but rather on the 'sound' of the poetry."
"words are in chains, subordinated to meaning. The futurists have invented a language which is free, transmental and universal."
This link recently saved by jgbell on July 11, 2011
"'You can't say what attracts you to The Magic Flute,' Brook says. 'It's like saying what attracts you to go to Egypt and look at the pyramids and the Sphinx. The Magic Flute is one of the works that's beyond being attracted or not — it is.'
But that's not to say that Brook and his collaborators, composer Franck Krawczyk and librettist Marie-Helene Estienne, haven't taken liberties in this production, cannily titled A Magic Flute. Brook says they wanted to somehow find the essence of what Mozart and his collaborator, actor and theater impresario Emanuel Schikaneder, were getting at. To do so, they stripped away the embellishments that others have added over the centuries."
This link recently saved by jgbell on June 09, 2011
"Sound of Picture presents short instrumental music compositions (otherwise known as cues) by composer Chad Crouch, (otherwise known as Podington Bear). The Production Library features over 300 cues sorted loosely by mood and instrumentation. Free to use for non-commercial purposes. Fast and easy licenses for commercial use."
This link recently saved by jgbell on May 30, 2011
"When I'm not writing esoteric science fiction reviews, I'm a singer, writer, performer, and concept-maker for a band called YACHT. Occasionally, these wildly separate spheres of reality do have axes of intersection; now is one of those times.
I've made a continuous mix of music that journeys deep into the musical underbelly of science fiction."