Kindred Spirits Jairamji :: Kindred Spirits There should be a warning on the album cover "Do not operate heavy machinery or drive an automobile while listening to this CD." The very first sound is a splash, and believe me it's your consciousness taking a dive into the deep end. It's interesting the attention Charlie Roscoe (the brain behind Jairamji) gives to creating environments. Last MP3 uploads mp3 artists: 209814 (+39) mp3 releases: 616087 (+238) mp3 tracks: 4145970 (+1765) total mass: 38 976 Gb (+217 Gb) 2010/10/19Skyshare Manager 2: brand new version! Hi fellow members! Back In The U.S.S.R. by The Beatles Songfacts The story of this song begins in Hrishikesh, India, where The Beatles were on a retreat learning Transcendental Meditation from their guru, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Also on the retreat was Mike Love of The Beach Boys , who told us: "Paul (McCartney) came down to the breakfast table one morning saying, 'Hey, Mike, listen to this.' And he starts strumming and singing, 'Back in the U.S.S.R.,' the verses.
Afro/Cosmic music In music, the terms Afro, cosmic disco, the cosmic sound, free style, and combinations thereof (cosmic Afro, Afro/cosmic Afro-Freestyle, etc., as well as Afro-Funky) are used somewhat interchangeably to describe various forms of synthesizer-heavy and/or African-influenced dance music and methods of DJing that were originally developed and promoted by a small number of DJs in certain discothèques of Northern Italy from the late 1970s through the mid-1980s. The terms slow-motion disco and Elettronica Meccanica are also associated with the genre. Italian DJs Beppe Loda and Daniele Baldelli both independently claim to have invented the genre and mixing style. Descriptions The sound is psychedelic, churning, hypnotic — not at all frenetic or purely electronic.
WESTERN SKIES-EASTERN DREAMS " a thrilling collection of improvisation-based pieces long on virtuosity, near telepathic musical interplay and the rhythmic and/melodic aspects of India, Africa and the Middle East as interpreted through a western ethos...The Music is transcendent and transportive.....Brave, exciting and often beautiful " Jeff Miers The Buffalo News "Both musicians are completely sympathetic and work/play together with an impressive amount of creativity. The music breathes and moves together in a special unified spirit." Bruce Gallanter DOWNTOWN MUSIC GALLERY
ShoCkRaVeR's iNfoPaRtY ZoNe RaVe iS n0t a cRiMe - ReSpEkt tHe UnDeRgRoUnD tEkN0 MoVeMeNt aNd SuPp0rt fReE PaRtIeS NoRth PogRaDeC (AL) * aLbAnIatEk * Hendrix at 70: New album offers different look Originally published March 5, 2013 at 9:13 AM | Page modified March 5, 2013 at 3:33 PM NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Decompression Music Magazine by Ryan Swainson Tired of reading about underground music on blogs & facebook only? Decompression Magazine is a brand new physical underground alternative music magazine focusing on everything from Punk, Metal and Grindcore to Dance, Electronic & Crossover. Currently, we feel that there is no decent physical magazine written in English that represents underground music & sub-cultures. At this point, we are heavily reliant upon donation and relevant advertising to generate the money needed to produce the magazine.
Love of musical harmony is not nature but nurture Associate Professor Neil McLachlan from the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences said previous theories about how we appreciate music were based on the physical properties of sound, the ear itself and an innate ability to hear harmony. “Our study shows that musical harmony can be learnt and it is a matter of training the brain to hear the sounds,” Associate Professor McLachlan said. “So if you thought that the music of some exotic culture (or Jazz) sounded like the wailing of cats, it’s simply because you haven’t learnt to listen by their rules.”
TURBO MEDIA What is it ? Turbo testing by : Tools : Turbo Media Player (HTML) LASTMAN TURBO-BONUS!>> Turbo Read ! 4 SoundCloud Alternatives For Hosting DJ Mixes Nowadays there’s a plethora of choice when it comes to hosting your DJ mixes online. Which service should you use? (No prizes for guessing we don’t think it’s SoundCloud…) So you’ve made a great new DJ mix and you want to get it online and out to the world. SoundCloud has been the number one choice for DJs, but the service is currently rejecting mixes upon uploading if they have material in them from copyright holders who have requested they do this, and it is also removing existing DJ mixes without warning.Because of these reasons, many DJs are abandoning the service. So where are they going?