Yep… and this isn’t even half of it… =(
Yup. Make the music you love; fuck the critics.
Here is the song in question:
BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’
…works for musicians too. =)
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Just a reminder from NPR’s Linda Holmes to stay weird, kids. Seriously, we need you. (via nprmusic)
We live in a society full of people who are obsessed with making sure that prices are right and supply meets demand. And then there’s the live-music business. NPR’s Planet Money talked to Kid Rock about how he’s trying to cut scalpers out of the business — and still sell cheap tickets to his shows.
Isn’t being stuck on the tarmac a drag? Not when you have the Philadelphia Orchestra on board with you. Read more at NPR’s The Two-Way.
This is why you never tell a musician to check there instrument under the plane!
So true… go make the music that you want to to make!
No, that’s not some fancy CGI, it’s what happens to water in response to a special audio frequency. By allowing the water to pass through the sound wave, it forms shapes that seem completely unreal.
This is pretty damn cool.
Steve Jobs, Wired, February, 1995
True for music too. :)
Dave Grohl talks to All Things Considered about the recording studio and console that changed his career. Hear the interview and stream the soundtrack to his new documentary, Sound City: Real to Reel via NPR’s First Listen.
Abbey Road’s Jonathan Allen on the experimental techniques used in recording and mixing the soundtrack for Les Misérables, winner of a BAFTA for sound.
Pretty sure that’s General Grievous and his robot band playing Motorhead’s “Ace of Spades.”
Nothing like a little Motorhead to start off the new year. :)