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  1. hey all, I can afford one of these at the moment, it would be handy for making music for videos too. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Teenage-Engineering-Portable-Synthesizer-Controller/dp/B00CXSJUZS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1505516401&sr=8-1&keywords=teenage+engineering+op-1 Really tempted to buy one.
  2. Beyonce performed If I Were a Boy on the X Factor final last night, an absolutely stunning performance, never seen anything like that before, just plain remarkable. Browsing around it looks like I'm late to this party (again lol), nevertheless, this is a timeless performance. I'd heard that song on the radio before, but didn't even now who sung it until recently. But after seeing that performance I've been browsing around to find other live performances, found some good ones below with HQ viewing options. X-Factor Final Live HD (big box link to stopid video in bottom left unfortunately) If I were a Boy Live (spanish subs, but still amazing). MTV Awards Official Footage Live at MTV in HD It's shaky cam and the audio suffers sometimes, still good though, pity the guy didn't focus in more on those keyboard players though. Crazy in Love Live, awesome, check the drummer out at the end. Strictly Come Dancing.
  3. Avey

    Folk Music

    The last band I talked about (albeit 8 months ago!!) was The Mars Volta, and the genre of music that has gripped me of recent could not be any further away from the psychedelic rock of Omar and Cedric. I used to think of Folk as dainty music that was enjoyed by the 50+ whilst they landscaped a rockery in their garden. Boring. I've since realised that folk music entails all the ethos of punk and can be performed more energetically than any of the new metal garbage knocking around. A case in point is Frank Turner who has the ability to create an atmosphere from his voice and guitar that a quartet of amplified emo bands could only hope for. He writes the most beautiful love ballads, insightful political songs and entertaining examinations of life. Artists of similar ilk that I'm currently enjoying are Chris T-T and Beans and Toast. However, I'm well aware of folk musics long back catalogue and its greats. But where to start is the question I am faced with. Recommend me some folk, folks!
  4. Avey


    <div style="float:left; margin-right:5px;"><img src="http://www.scarletpage.com/images/recent23.jpg" width="254" height="150"></div>The Mars Volta were born out of creative frustration by guitarist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and vocalist Cedric Bixler-Zavala after tiring of doing 'straight-forward' rock with El Paso band At the Drive-In. Musically, the band mix multiple genres of music together to form a distinguished, unique sound. Album tracks often exceed the ten minute mark and live renditions can last up to thirty minutes with excessive ad libbing. Consequently they have a die hard fan-base who see the band as musical revolutionaries. Countering the fans are a large number of critics who find their music to be nothing more than musical masturbation. Something Awful did a rather good review of the album, with the latter opinion on the band! I have been eagerly awaiting the new album since the release was announced way back in the distant past, and I also feel good that I didnt succumb to temptation and download the album months ago when it leaked. The first album was accessible and contained "songs", in the traditional sense of the word. Frances the Mute, the second studio album only contained five tracks (split up to make 12 and thus be an LP and not an EP) making it harder to understand and digest. Amputechture is supposed to bridge this gap; be both accessible and diverse. Unlike the other albums, Amputechture starts of with three minutes of dexterous guitar and softly-spoken/sung words. Different from what I expected - I was waiting for it to 'explode' and hear Cedric shift up a gear - but its all good. The rest of CD continues in typical Mars Volta style with layered guitars and vocals combing with bass, drums, sax, keys and no doubt several other instruments all twined together to form a wall of immense sound. <div style="float:right; margin-left:5px;"><img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/47/Mvcasm.jpg" width="175" height="179"></div>Keep an eye (or ear?) peeled for the single 'Viscera Eyes' which I am sure will be under appreciated by both Radio/TV stations and the public. Probably the most accessible work The Mars Volta have put on tape, it contains a simple guitar part mixed with English and Spanish vocals, capped off with a sing-along chorus "Come on and give it to me, come on and die. In your Viscera Eyes!" Day of the Baphomets deserves a mention and stuck out as one of the best on my first listen this morning. Starting slowly but ending with a flourishing jazz and bongo explosion, it sums up The Mars Volta. You never know just what is around the next corner. I have only listened through the album once, but I think I will have to let it replay itself so I can pick up some sounds I may have missed on the first listen. Frances The Mute is one of my favourite studio albums, so Amputechture had a lot to live up to, however, I think it may have done more than live up to it. Rating: Some of the best music I have ever heard, Cedric and Omar are true geniuses. If Amputechture can stay in my CD player as long as Frances did, it will be awarded 5 stars.
  5. Guest

    Festival summer 2005

    As some of you may know music is a big and important part on my life. Last year I was on a rock/metal festival for the first time. It was a blast. I will never forget it. Most of my favourite bands were there: Slipknot, Metallica, Korn, Static-X, Soulfly, Hatebreed...This year I am going to visit such festivals again for sure:Here are two:http://www.aerodrome.at/http://www.novarock.at/Some photos from the Aerodrome 2004 are available here:http://www.wiesen-fans.org/coppermine/thum...album=12&page=3
  6. Some days ago I bought a the Rage against the machine Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium DVD. All I can say is ###### The DVD includes the show at the Grand Olympic Auditorium and the show at the L.A. Democratical National Convention. On the second one the police shot rubber bullets into the crowd and the situation escalated. I was shocked when I saw those images. It also includes the videos for Bombtrack and How I could just kill a man and some bonus concert performances.I recommmend this DVD, not only RATM fans should have a look at it. It's one of the best music dvds I've seen.On Monday I'll get the Battle of Mexico DVD
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