ANDREW MELLAS – The Liturgical Emotions of Hymnody: Romanos the Melodist and the Songs of Pascha | Yale ISM

Part of the Historical Studies in Christian Liturgies webinar series. Andrew Mellas, St. Andrew’s Theological College & University of Sydney. Romanos the Melodist (Greek: Ῥωμανὸς ὁ Μελωδός; late 5th-century — after 555) was a Byzantine hymnographer and composer, who is a central early figure in the history of Byzantine music. Called "the Pindar of rhythmic… Continue lendo ANDREW MELLAS – The Liturgical Emotions of Hymnody: Romanos the Melodist and the Songs of Pascha | Yale ISM


AVALANCHE KAITO – Fvll performance | Live on KEXP

A Burkinabe urban griot (vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Kaito Winse) meets a Brussels noise post-punk duo (drummer/dataist Benjamin Chaval and guitarist Nico Gitto). It's a completely new alloy and a huge opportunity to deconstruct both traditional and futurist knowledge. An unruly and unforgettable sonic explosion created by the intersection of wayward travellers. http://KEXP.ORG and ESNS present… Continue lendo AVALANCHE KAITO – Fvll performance | Live on KEXP

JOHN ZORN – Kristallnacht (live @ the Knitting Factory, 1992)

John Zorn's live performance of his visceral suite "Kristallnacht", depicting a timeline surrounding the Nazi pogrom against Jewish sites and businesses on 9-10 November 1938, had a shocking effect on audiences in Munich and New York. The New York Times offered this review of the 1992 performance at the Knitting Factory: "Kristallnacht," John Zorn's… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN – Kristallnacht (live @ the Knitting Factory, 1992)

OM – Advaitic Songs [fvll albvm] (2012)

OM is an American doom metal band from San Francisco, California. Formed as a duo in 2003 by the rhythm section of the band Sleep (bassist Al Cisneros and drummer Chris Hakius), Om is currently a trio consisting of Cisneros, Emil Amos (drums), and Tyler Trotter (guitar). The band's fifth studio album, Advaitic Songs (2012), met… Continue lendo OM – Advaitic Songs [fvll albvm] (2012)


Christian Bollmann (born February 19, 1949) is a German singer, conductor and trumpeter. After the first tours and the musical production of his songs in the duo Midnight Circus, with Torsten Schmid, he studied trumpet with Manfred Schoof at the Cologne University of Music. In 1969, he discovered the phenomenon of pitch-singing in a performance… Continue lendo CHRISTIAN BOLLMANN -Obertongesang

FAILURE CIRCLE – Frozen Clinamen #4

Frozen Clinamen is a serie of works started by Failure Circle in autumn 2017. It follows a simple method inspired by the the possibilities of his no-input mixer set-up and the will to use a limited sound material in a posteriori compositions. All the sounds included in these works are recordings of moments that feature no human intervention. Frozen… Continue lendo FAILURE CIRCLE – Frozen Clinamen #4

RUMI – I Am Drunk And You Are Insane | Buddha’s Lounge

Redefining the Musical Territory of Downtempo/Chill-Out/Lounge/Global Electronica The Buddha Lounge series has developed into one of the niftiest sources for downtempo/chill out tracks and its own brand of elegant electronica. Sequoia Records is dedicated to creating music to enlighten the mind, nourish the soul and celebrate life. For over 20 years the music of Sequoia… Continue lendo RUMI – I Am Drunk And You Are Insane | Buddha’s Lounge

What is a drone? Demystifying Indian Music – KULJIT BHAMRA

In episode 7 of Demystifying Indian Music, Kuljit Bhamra looks at musical drones and how they are created and used in performance. "A light-hearted but informative series presented by award-winning musician Kuljit Bhamra. Learn about styles, genres, instruments and musical techniques".Mostrar menos

EYVIND KANG – Plainlight

From the album Sonic Gnostic (2021). Eyvindur Kang (born 23 June 1971 in the United States) is an American composer and multi-instrumentalist. His primary instrument is viola, but has also performed on violin, tuba, keyboards and others. In addition to his solo work, Kang has worked extensively with Bill Frisell and John Zorn. Eyvind… Continue lendo EYVIND KANG – Plainlight

CURRENT 93 – Soft Black Stars (1998)

Soft Black Stars (1998) is an album by Current 93. The title refers to an image found in "Teatro Grottesco", a story by Thomas Ligotti. Virtually all of the music on this album was written and adapted by Michael Cashmore, David Tibet and Maja Elliott, with the exception of "Judas as Black Moth", "A Gothic… Continue lendo CURRENT 93 – Soft Black Stars (1998)