Som e música. Questões de uma Antropologia Sonora (Tiago de Oliveira Pinto)

Revista de Antropologia, vol.44 no.1 São Paulo, 2001 RESUMO: Este ensaio pretende esboçar, de forma introdutória, alguns campos de interesse da etnomusicologia, disciplina, que apesar de percebida durante longo tempo como de natureza híbrida ¾ ou seja, pertencente à musicologia quanto a seus conteúdos e à antropologia quando se trata de seus métodos de pesquisa ¾ cresceu consideravelmente nas últimas décadas levando … Continuar lendo Som e música. Questões de uma Antropologia Sonora (Tiago de Oliveira Pinto)

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

Leonard Cohen e Marianne: a história de dois pássaros livres e em harmonia

Documentário recupera a relação do músico e sua musa em uma ilha grega Fernando Navarro - El País, 2 de agosto, 2019 Existem histórias que, por mais que tenham sido contadas, nunca se desgastam. A de Leonard Cohen e Marianne Ihlen é uma delas. Não porque seja a história de uma tragédia grega, embora tenha acontecido … Continuar lendo Leonard Cohen e Marianne: a história de dois pássaros livres e em harmonia

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)

Nick Cave Says Creativity Is His Response to ‘Crisis’ (Emily Tan)

He also said the postponed 'Ghosteen' tour will be "fucking mind-blowing" SPIN, March 31, 2020 Now that Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ tour has been postponed, and he, like everyone else, has more time on his hands. And fans asked him about this in his latest post in Red Hand Files. “My response to a crisis … Continuar lendo Nick Cave Says Creativity Is His Response to ‘Crisis’ (Emily Tan)

Nick Cave’s inspiration: pictures and notes from his archive

The Guardian, March 22, 2020 A scrapbook of rarely seen photos and sketches traces Nick Cave’s transformation from Aussie teenager into an international artist hat you see in this book lives in the intricate world constructed around the songs, and which the songs inhabit,” writes Nick Cave in his introduction to Stranger Than Kindness. “It is … Continuar lendo Nick Cave’s inspiration: pictures and notes from his archive

A compreensão musical: Wittgenstein, ética e estética – Paulo C. Chagas

Resumo: A compreensão musical é um tema recorrente na filosofia de Wittgenstein. No Tratactus Logico-Philosophicus Wittgenstein afirma que “ética e estética são uma só (TLP 6.421); elas pertencem ao domínio do que não pode ser dito, mas simplesmente mostrado. Nas Investigações Filosóficas Wittgenstein muda o foco da sua filosofia da lógica para a gramática da … Continuar lendo A compreensão musical: Wittgenstein, ética e estética – Paulo C. Chagas

“Dancing with Nietzsche” – Jack Maden

PHILOSOPHY BREAK, October 2018 ou may or may not be familiar with the below quotation. It bounds across the internet in meme form, usually laid over images of silhouetted people dancing at sunset... or on underground train carriages. "And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear … Continuar lendo “Dancing with Nietzsche” – Jack Maden