Trent Reznor's Band Has A Great New Song. Trent Reznor’s post–Nine Inch Nails band, How To Destroy Angels, will release a new EP titled An omen_ on November 11th.
It’s the second release by the group, which features Reznor along with his wife, Mariqueen Maandig, as well as Rob Sheridan and Atticus Ross, his collaborator on several late-period NIN projects and the Academy Award–winning The Social Network score. “Keep It Together” starts off slowly, with the emphasis on Maandig’s vocals and eerie electronic pulses, but as it moves along it shifts into a duet with Reznor.
It’s not a world away from NIN, but the collaborative spirit, presence of female vocals, and the absence of rock elements are notable differences from the old stuff. What would a perfectly symmetrical Thom Yorke look like? 6 Popular Upbeat Songs You Didn't Realize Are Depressing. If there's one thing the Internet has taught us about society, it's that even a half-eaten slice of pizza has more of an attention span than the average person.
So it should come as no surprise that a sizable segment of the population can listen to a popular song dozens of times without ever really grasping what it's about. Sure, melodies and even the occasional chorus might stick in a person's head, but the actual meaning of the song often goes unnoticed. For the most part, people just assume every song by a dude is about fucking and every song by a woman is about some dude who fucked her over. Picking up on anything else requires way more focus and attention than most people are capable of.
To add even more confusion to the situation, some bands and musicians will bury lyrics about horrifying shit under a huge layer of major chords, catchy hooks and upbeat tempos. Here are six seemingly happy songs about ridiculously depressing situations ... #6. Getty. Video explains the world's most important 6-sec drum loop. Watch Now! Glee Star Darren Criss and Kermit the Frog Duet Before the Oscars - Red Carpet. Ready for the whole shebang?
Eariler today, we teased you with a few pics from Darren Criss and Kermit the Frog's cutesy pre-Oscars duet rehearsal…and now we have the full performance just for you! MORE: Darren Criss Reveals How Long He'll Be Gone From Glee and More First teased on E!' S live Oscar countdown, the duo gives us a rousing performance of "Rainbow Connection" at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Sunday, singing in harmony as the Glee star strums away on his guitar. Criss and Kermit performed together in celebration of the Oscar-nominated song "Man or Muppet" from The Muppets, which (sadly!) Pretty great, right? PHOTOS: 2012 Oscar Party Pics. Nine Inch Nails - Into The Void (Full) - 720p. Nin.com [the official nine inch nails website]
MadonnaOnline – MOL – O site da Madonna no Brasil e na MTV. Lady Gaga. Kylie Minogue. Radiohead: Adam King tries to convince me they are aliens… - State of Mind Music. I love this brilliant‚ geeky music shit. Adam King (I Shit Music) told me about this and wrote about it on his Pure Pop blog. Basically, OK Computer and In Rainbows are complimentary albums created ten years apart, and if they are synched up by alternating tracks from each album (with minor adjusting) it feels like one cohesive piece of music. If you really want to geek out, there's a ton of other great findings that Radiohead fans have discovered - just dig around a bit. Here's an excerpt from Adam's blog: ...Turns out that behind being the most psychedelic musical geniuses of all time‚ they're even more so musical geniuses.
So‚ Adam sparked my interest. 1. Now... here's my text message conversation with Adam King during the process: MM: Ha ha I'm listening to Radiohead now. AK: Hear how the 4 beats at the end of "Airbag" set new tempo for "15 Step"? Ten minutes later MM: Word - u rule I ended up listening to Radiohead for one hour and forty minutes straight. Radiohead: 01 and 10. Radiohead: 01 and 10 Posted by Flick in Opinions on | View Comments Ten years after OK Computer shocked the world, Radiohead released In Rainbows on October 10 (10/10).
Though no one was expecting the album to be released until 2008, Radiohead announced In Rainbows just ten days in advance. In Rainbows, which consists of ten letters, has ten tracks, and would be downloadable from a rumored ten servers. Radiohead preceded the release of In Rainbows with nine cryptic messages. There has been a lot of speculation over Radiohead’s emphasis of ten surrounding the release of In Rainbows.
Puddlegum first addressed the Binary Theory in Radiohead: 1010101010. “The meaning behind all of this is right in front of our faces, we’re just overlooking it. Ten days after our original article, we have come to believe that OK Computer and In Rainbows were meant to complement each other. Consider that In Rainbows was meant to complement OK Computer, musically, lyrically, and in structure.