The News Review:
- Dubai heavy metal
- Making music to Rothko’s murals
- 1886 Metal Printing Plates For Sheet Music
- ’1969′: The year and a book that defined an era
- What The Hell Happened To…01:26:09: Fear Factory – Transgression
Dubai heavy metal
TimeutDubai.com United Arab Emirates
It?s going to be our first weekend night ? usually we hold them on Wednesdays ? so there will be no excuses for not turning up. Everyone?s going to be able to make it down there!Is Submarine suitable for the night?Definitely! Submarine is a brilliant setting: dark underground and moody which makes it a great venue for us. It also has an awesome sound system so it will be perfect for our rock and metal music!document.
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Making music to Rothko’s murals
BBC News UK
“I didn’t want to go anywhere near it because it is so iconic and terrifying but I went to see it and was so overwhelmed I thought I just had to go for it. “I had to find a way of translating some of the ways Anthony works into sound. His Domain Field pieces are made of matrices of T-shapes – bits of metal welded together – so I made my own musical matrices based on T-shapes. “But you can’t do it as an exact translation it has to be more of an illusion rather than a direct crude mechanical transfer of dimensions. While some people with a rare form of synaesthesia – a condition where senses intermingle – can “hear” what they see Mr Aitchison believes it is something we can all tap into to. “We are all totally familiar and used to experiencing aspects of visual culture with sound” he says. “We all watch films and there are very few films that don’t have a soundtrack.
1886 Metal Printing Plates For Sheet Music
Auction Central News NY
Ruhlman Choice Very Fine. This amazing lot contains all five 11" x 8" metal printing plates for the score of a dance piece titled "In The Dashing Spring. " Most likely made of type metal (a lead-tin-antimony alloy) these plates were produced by Trenton New Jersey music publisher John Ruhlman whose 1885 copyright notice appears at the bottom. A note at the top however reads "Third Edition.
’1969′: The year and a book that defined an era
Man walked on the moon while back on Earth pollution was so bad that hio’s Cuyahoga River went up in flames. And then there was the soundtrack. Some pop culture experts say 1969 is all about the music. Led Zeppelin introduced heavy metal The Who gave us the rock opera Tommy the Rolling Stones were in top form. It was also the year The Beatles broke up. “There were truly seismic shifts in music and popular culture” in the late ’60s says Joe Levy editor of the music magazine Blender. Levy 44 says “the reason we remember 1969 is because of the twin poles of Woodstock and Altamont.
What The Hell Happened To…01:26:09: Fear Factory – Transgression
While I’m pretty much set until April it’s a bit hazy after that; I really don’t want to stop writing this so if anybody has some ideas don’t hesitate to leave a comment below. The album may not be chosen immediately by me but trust me; I take every suggestion into consideration including the recent ones for Avenged Sevenfold’s self-titled album. This week I’m returning to the good-old metal music with a look at industrial metal band Fear Factory’s latest album 2005′s Transgression. The album was an abrupt shift in sound from Archetype released in the previous year. Transgression threw many Fear Factory fans for a loop and was a stark flashback of what happened when the band went for a more radio-friendly sound in 2001 with Digimortal.