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Born Slippy

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Music from a glass water tank? Crazy you think? Danish musicians Laila Skovmand and Robert Karlsson, in collaboration with members of their ensemble Between Music do exactly that and go on tour. “AquaSonic is the culmination of years of research into the … Continue reading

Eddie are you OK?

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WOW! This is what Michael Jackson’s “Smooth “Criminal” would sound in – let’s say end of 19th century at some fairground! Patrick Mathis performs the tune on a barrel organ. See how complex the “music code” behind it is! Very impressive!  

When Hip Hop Hates Women

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You know the debate and the truth: most of the Hip Hop artists implements the lyrics that are often directly offensive, insulting, repulsive and degrading. Especially to women. The feminist artist Zoe Buckman used those lines and embroidered them onto antique lingerie, … Continue reading

The Seaboard Keyboard

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ROLI, a techi start-up from UK made this keyboard with their newest developed  advanced technology called “The Sea Interface Technology”. See the movie about the instrument here (amazing sound) an here explained what ROLI is all about an more about … Continue reading

From Here to Ear

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Imagine following situation: you sit at the dinner table, you chitchat with your host, some interesting, almost avant-garde sounding music in the background, and then you ask your host, preferably Celeste Boursier Mougenot: “What is this music?”. He opens the … Continue reading

Autorhythmic experiment

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Oh, nice. This is an experiment with particles in After Effects using Trapcode sound keys  & Mettle Shapeshifter by Ramiro AMK Fernandez. And he even composed the music by himself 🙂 The effects are beautiful!  

Mozart in space | Cello 2.0

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Future sounds through futuristic musical instruments, like this one here: cello for the 25th century designed by Bayer MaterialScience AG. “Music students want to be able to tune the instrument using color signals, know whether they are playing the right … Continue reading