Musicto Tell A Tale is a new concept which combines a soundtrack with a serialised story set in the 70’s.
Entitled “Given Circumstances” and echoing the golden age of literature, the story will be serialised over 40+ weeks in bite-sized chunks around 2,000 words.
Accompanied by its soundtrack, (The Back Story) recording why author, Richard Parsons, chose the music, it offers a double whammy of classic 70’s music and accessible modern literature. Fancy an easy read? Like 70’s music? Then this is definitely for you.
I’m a hiking girl. For me there is no greater feeling to have reached the summit, having conquered the mountain. The entire world is sprawling to your feet. Be it flat lands at a single peak, or an entire mountain range bolstering edged cliffs and snow kissed tops shimmering blue in the sunlight.
Every hero needs an epic soundtrack.
Whether it’s defying all odds to get the kids to school on time or overcoming your manager’s shitty attitude in a board meeting, every single day we’re required to achieve superhuman feats of patience, tolerance and understanding. And sometimes we need reminding of our extraordinary abilities to navigate this minefield called ‘Life’.
For over 10 decades, Africa has been the central dumping ground for developed countries where by culture, film, products and technology have been disposed onto african soil. But, african artist seize to wallow on those action, rather they recycled and tastefully created various mediums of art from the waste...
Spaced, as a verb, is defined in Merriam-Webster’s dictionary as “be or become distracted, euphoric, or disoriented, especially from taking drugs; cease to be aware of one's surroundings”. As a noun, it is defined as “a continuous area or expanse that is free, available, or unoccupied”. The music in this playlist is intended to compliment the feeling of being spaced out or “floating through space”.
Music to Jam to is the living digital embodiment to a passion project that started over 20 years ago! As legend has it, there once was a radio program named “Strange Brew” featuring the best of Jambands, Psychedelic, and Improvisational Rock. That journey now lives on, so take a trip with us and let these jams curated by hand just for M2J2 (Music To Jam To) take to you back to those festival days where the music and the good vibes flow...
The best music will turn your body and soul to jelly. This in turn unleashes your inner jellyfish, allowing you to vibrate with the infinite rhythms of the ocean depths. By giving over control to your inner jellyfish, you tune your mind to the ancient healing music...
This is a playlist for people who love to feel the special energy of the night in their lives, it’s a playlist designed to join you on the experience of being up and surrounded by the silence of everyone else sleeping around you.
For some of us, waking up early is much more of a task than we'd like to admit. Sometimes the only saving grace is the smell of hot maple syrup over pancakes and a heaping side of crispy bacon.
This playlist is for those of us, myself included, who need a little lighthearted pick me up in the morning to carry us throughout the day!
A personal playlist curated by myself to give you a Hip Hop & R&B experience like none other. Each song in this list represents a different emotion that moved me in some sort of way. My ultimate goal is to take you on a song journey, with a collective of the sickest tunes from random time periods.
This is my personal mix of the best laid back tracks around. You can find House, electronic, alternative, downtempo and ambient music in here. What they have in common is that they all invoke the feeling of relaxation.
Earlier this year I found myself alone in a hotel room, far away from anyone I knew. On the road for work, I was lonely. In that moment I calculated how long it would be until I saw my girlfriend again. It didn’t help.
Normally when traveling around the country or even the world, one of the first things you remember about a place is how the food taste for that particular area. In the southern parts of the United States we are well known for our food. The term southern hospitality always seems to make people start by thinking the food of the south...
The Soul… that delicate, invisible, and tiny voice inside that makes us all uniquely human. We can’t see it, taste it, or touch it. Yet, we don’t have to be told that we have a soul in order to know that we have one. We know it exists because we can feel it. We feel it in our hearts when we gaze into someone’s eyes, or when we connect to music written by another human. Music is the amplified voice of a soul, and when you feel it in your heart, it has the power to change you.
Sometimes life is shitty, and sometimes life is grand. Whether you need to ruminate, chill out, or just let it all go, Music to Forget Your Troubles is an escape from everyday life, a way to live your life through music. The tracks feel like “deep work” flow, that soft pillow at night, time spent with that friend that knows you better than you know yourself. Each song is timeless, filled with head-nodding grooves, rich sounds, vibing instrumentals and universal lyrics.
Hayatta her seyin bir hikayesi vardir ve ben genellikle hikayeler anlatmayi severim. Anadolu müziginde sevdigim sey içinde çok fazla kültürün, metaforun ve hikayenin bir arada bulunması. Anadolu müziginin ana figürleri genellik düsünce insanlari ve sairlerdir. Bu insanlar o kadar yeteneklidirler ki birkac sanat dalini ayni anda icraa edebilirler. Bu kadar özel insanlar icin ne yapabilirsin ki? Tabii ki insanlarin onlari tanimalarini saglarsin.
I've always been into listening to music, helped by my next-door neighbour, Derek Johnson, who just happened to be the singles reviewer for “The New Musical Express” in the late 60’s. Hence, I have an awesome collection of demo records that he used to pass over to me, and he also gave me a break as a freelance writer reviewing gigs; my first was Cliff Richard!
Who defines what is art and what is not?
Is art, either as a form of self-expression or as an object of appreciation, restricted to elites and educated people?
Once upon a time, jazz music was born from the black people communities in the United States, a century after millions of them were brought as slaves from various parts of Africa...
Dylan Dunlap released his new EP "Feels Right at Home" almost two months ago. His past EPs and Album shows all the potential of this 21 year old multi-instrumentalist, but more importantly they show his way of singing about life and his way of verbalising himself to the world. This is why I think he's a perfect example of the idea of Music To Open Another Door.
Rumors of New York City rap’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. Don’t let people like Trinidad James fool you — there are a plethora of dope acts emerging from the five boroughs and the music scene there couldn’t be more exciting or diverse.