The iconic Kenny G plays sax on nightmarish new death metal song | Loudwire

Chad Childers - Loudwire, June 16, 2022 Who had "Kenny G. plays sax on a death metal song" on their 2022 collaboration scorecard? Though it's something you might not have expected, it works marvelously well as the legendary sax player perfectly adds to the cacophony of heavy brutality being laid down in the the new Imperial… Continue lendo The iconic Kenny G plays sax on nightmarish new death metal song | Loudwire

The Mars Volta: ‘The most revolutionary thing we could do was to make a pop record’ | The Guardian

John Doran, 12 August 2022 (The Guardian) After their 2013 split left fans in shock, Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodríguez-López reveal how the Church of Scientology drove them apart – and inspired their surprise new albumFri 12 Aug 2022 08.00 BST When Cedric Bixler-Zavala joined the Church of Scientology in 2009, he thought of it… Continue lendo The Mars Volta: ‘The most revolutionary thing we could do was to make a pop record’ | The Guardian

There’s something about Alice… | Artist Review

"This is the point why, from ancient times, people discovered humming and singing, and everybody used to sing while they worked. But you will notice that today very few people sing at all. You have to make a thing of it. People are afraid of their voices—their melodic voice as distinct from their spoken voice.… Continue lendo There’s something about Alice… | Artist Review

FAITH NO MORE – Making “Angel Dust” (Drugs, Sexuality & Musical Freedom)

Faith No More members Mike Bordin, Roddy Bottum, and Billy Gould reflect on the history of the band's iconic album Angel Dust. They discuss memorable songs off the album, the band's stylistic shift, and share incredible stories surrounding the creation of the record. THE PIT – Your home for metal news, opinions, and culture.… Continue lendo FAITH NO MORE – Making “Angel Dust” (Drugs, Sexuality & Musical Freedom)

Understanding King Gizzard’s Microtonal Music | Lie Likes Music

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard are an Australian rock band formed in 2010 in Melbourne, Victoria. The band consists of Stu Mackenzie (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, flute, sitar), Ambrose Kenny-Smith (vocals, harmonica, keyboards), Cook Craig (guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals), Joey Walker (guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals), Lucas Harwood (bass, keyboards), and Michael Cavanagh (drums, percussion).… Continue lendo Understanding King Gizzard’s Microtonal Music | Lie Likes Music

How TikTok ‘Ruined’ Music | The Pvnk Rock MBA

Did TikTok ruin music? I look at how TikTok has changed the music industry: The rise of Olivia Rodrigo and Lil Nas XHow it favors short, viral clips of TikTok songs like Bring Me The Horizon and Lorna ShoreDo you have to be good looking like JXDN to get popular on TikTok?Halsey and Mike… Continue lendo How TikTok ‘Ruined’ Music | The Pvnk Rock MBA

Bands You Should Know: MORDRED [2 full albums]

An underrated thrash/funk metal band that was blurring genre boundaries before it was cool. Old Head links: Fool's Game (1989) State of MindSpectacle of FearEvery Day's a HolidaySpellboundSever and SpliceThe ArtistShatterReckless AbandonSuper Freak (Rick James Cover)Numb In This Life (1991) In This LifeThe StrainHigh PotencyWindowEsse Quam VideriA BeginningFalling AwayKilling TimeDowntownProgressLarger Than Life

Morton Feldman’s Bass Clarinet and Percussion: Analysis

Samuel Andreyev presents / analyses Morton Feldman's Bass Clarinet and Percussion (1981) Two ways to support the channel:Patreon: Make a one-time donation:… Twitter:

Modern Music’s Death By Auto-Tune – RICK BEATO

Richard Beato (born April 24, 1962) is an American musician, songwriter, audio engineer, record producer, and YouTube personality who lives in Georgia, United States. He has written songs with, and produced music for, a variety of musical artists, including Needtobreathe, Parmalee, and Shinedown. Beato is also CEO and co-founder of Nuryl, an education-based company that… Continue lendo Modern Music’s Death By Auto-Tune – RICK BEATO

David Bruce: Do Great Artists really Steal?

How much of a role does borrowing, or indeed "stealing" play in being a creative artist? I look at a number of musical examples, many of whom are long established as 'greats' of the classical music canon. Do great artists really steal? Videos Ades Interview with Kirill Gerstein…Handel "Agrippina" - Atto 2° "Vaghe fonti…"…Reinhard… Continue lendo David Bruce: Do Great Artists really Steal?