“Text, Gesture and Performance in Debussy’s ‘Trois Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé'” (Joseph Acquisto)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BG8vTvTopGU Debussy's "Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé" (1913) are among the relatively infrequent instances of musical settings of Mallarmé's poetry. Following Jankélévitch on Debussy and a host of critics on Mallarmé, Professor Joseph Acquisto argues that these poems and songs comment on communicating the ineffable. This is a part of the conference, 'Debussy: Text and … Continuar lendo “Text, Gesture and Performance in Debussy’s ‘Trois Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé'” (Joseph Acquisto)

Nick Cave’s ‘Ghosteen’ (2019): Palingenesis, musical angelology, and the good seeds of mustard

In honorem María Liliana Herrera Alzate (1960-2019) I used to appreciate Nick Cave's music, but when I first listened to his last album, Ghosteen (2019), I immediately became a worshipping fan, a Caveman of sorts. Ghosteen is one of the most beautiful things I've ever come across. Important detail: it's the first album released by … Continuar lendo Nick Cave’s ‘Ghosteen’ (2019): Palingenesis, musical angelology, and the good seeds of mustard

M. Shadows: How I Went From Hating to Loving Mr. Bungle’s ‘California’

RevolverMag - July 12, 2019 Versão portuguesa: Whiplash.net Avenged Sevenfold singer on "brilliance" of Mike Patton and Co.'s swan song Mr. Bungle were always a weird band, but with 1999's California, they did the unimaginable: They got even weirder. Over 44 minutes, the album incorporates elements of Hawaiian music, electro-funk, surf rock, doo-wop, folk, pop, psychobilly, … Continuar lendo M. Shadows: How I Went From Hating to Loving Mr. Bungle’s ‘California’

“Spheres of Influence” (David Espinoza)

Eclectic and adventurous musical collective melds digeridoos and death metal to create a sound for new age Nintendo freaks By David Espinoza - Metroactive.com (8 March, 2000) IN BEING John Malkovich, the famous actor's soul gets routinely occupied by average schmoes who pay $200 a pop for the thrill of experiencing Malkovich's daily business. That is, … Continuar lendo “Spheres of Influence” (David Espinoza)

Knebel – o clipe censurado de Lindemann

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yhv3cP8Y7AE Till Lindemann, vocalista da banda Rammstein lançou há pouco este clipe, que em questão de minutos foi censurado. Veja aqui uma interpretação sobre ele e o porquê da censura! Link do vídeo na íntegra: https://www.reddit.com/r/Lindemann/co...