Photoshop live music video. Clever way to make the point about fake beauty. As a statement on unrealistic beauty standards, a Hungarian pop singer has released a music video in which she undergoes the sort of digital transformation usually seen in glossy magazines. Read this article by Michelle Starr on CNET. via Public RSS-Feed of Stuart Moore. Created with the PIXELMECHANICS ‘GPlusRSS-Webtool’ at http://gplusrss.com http://ift.tt/1hvyDp5 Read more […]
Many of the social networks and forum sites ask you to populate some kind of profile and those often include a question on what music you like. I always have a lot of trouble with this. I like a vast vast range of music ranging from classical to some of the latest pop ditties (snigger), from some many countries using a wide range of different instruments (including different ways of using the human voice). Some music moves me greatly. However, I remember the names/writers/performers Read more […]
I have stopped subscribing to spotify, so no more invites I am afraid. Realised I was not listening to that much music on my iphone.
RT I pref w/o music @r4today Nick Cave: “I’m a huge fan of the audiobook, but I’ve found them largely disappointing.” http://is.gd/4gPRl
#spotify on #iPhone over 3G, brilliant; will I ever buy music again?
Told my younger daughter, would disown her if she took a MCC degree. Looking more at music and history. Elder still undecided. #keele
Listening to music on Spotify using my q-jay IEMs which I also use on my iPhone 3g. Really was a great investment,
What a musical genius my youngest daughter (15) is. She recently took grade 5 exams in both piano and classical guitar. This was whilst rehearsing for her latest theatre production with the Musical Theatre Academy and preparing for GCSE exams. As the curriculum for Grade 5 was about to change significantly. it was important for her to pass as she would not have been able to take the exam again in short order. She would effectively had to go back to the beginning and start with a new curriculum. Read more […]
Four guys on six tread mills and a well choreographed dance to music