Category Archives: music

Drink that sound

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Sam Bompas and Harry Parr got together team of artists, designers, organ specialists, composers and experts and have produced this wonderful church organ for the clients of Johnny Walke Red Label customers to be able to enjoy the whiskeys evern more. See … Continue reading

Extraordinary acoustics

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These places will blow your mind when it comes to playing music in them. See the list bellow via the spaces 10 buildings with extraordinary acoustics It is all too easy for architecture to be seen and not heard. Instragrammable … Continue reading

Friday, creativity and inspirations

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Budweiser viral “Infected by Music” with original score from Tiestö & Jauz, is a wonderful piece of creativity and product presentation. And with it’s party-like atmosphere and summerly, festival grooves (electronic music festival Tomorrowland, to be more precise) the perfect way … Continue reading

Boombox art

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This artwork can play music!! “The „Touch of Bass“ project is a collection of vintage Boombox Photographs direct printed onto a rigid substrate , framed then mounted on a shadow box. This stealth box holds a bluetooth sound system that plays … Continue reading

Cap Verde Cosmic

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Summer read, weird & special, over at Guardian: How a mysterious ghost ship brought cosmic disco to Cape Verde In a calm morning in March 1968, a shipment carrying the latest Korgs, Moogs and Hammond organs set off from Baltimore … Continue reading

Heavy Fashion

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Dazed researched the fashions obsession with the heavy metal. Read it here: Tracing fashion’s obsession with heavy metal Look at any street style roundup and it’s hard to miss: the gritty aesthetic of heavy metal has found a new home in … Continue reading

Synth-Duet

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The Dato DUO is designed to have fun making music, together! While one player plays a melody on the sequencer side, the other creates its sound and adds percussion on the synthesizer side. By carefully controlling the possible parameters, we … Continue reading