Headline, Karma for drums, Music, Playlist 0 comments on User 8736353001 aka Aphex Twin: il tesoro online da scaricare gratis

User 8736353001 aka Aphex Twin: il tesoro online da scaricare gratis

L’isola del tesoro del djing, la grotta di aladino della produzione musicale. In questo “misterioso” account Soundcloud – User 8736353001 – Aphex Twin (Richard David James), la leggenda vivente della musica elettronica, sta graziosamente regalando all’umanità intera una messe di produzioni e tracce.
Da lunedì scorso un anonimo account su Soundcloud è diventato meta di un pellegrinaggio devoto da parte di fan e colleghi. Perché User 8736353001 (cioè) lui ne ha fatto una centrale di smistamento di eccellenze musicali, demo e idee. Andate e scaricatene tutti.

***hello humans, hopefully im gunna start making all these tracks downloadable from 6pm next saturday 7th Feb, [if i can find some internets] -user48736353001″

Batteria e Percussioni, Karma for drums 0 comments on on tour, for the best and the worst

on tour, for the best and the worst

ho ritrovato per caso un blog che seguivo molti anni fa e di cui avevo dimenticato tutto. una collega batterista di chicago dalla penna fluida e divertente. il blog è chickdrummer.wordpress.com non è più aggiornato da molto tempo ma ci sono cose che vale la pena rileggere

“I learned that I can be happy on the road if I just be on the road instead of wishing I was back home. I learned that great shows start with greetings from happy dogs. I learned that we look great in the light of dusk at an outdoor show. And I learned that you can get really great thai curry at the Corner Store on Williamson Street in Madison. I’m a forty-one year-old woman who just did her very first road gig, and I learned that getting my ass out of the house to do something completely new and foreign is way more educational than sitting on the couch with a box of donuts.”


“I’m an unlikely musician. I’m a homebody, a book-lover, a cookbook collecter, and a writer. I like quiet, silence, and cats that pad softly around the apartment looking for places to lie in the sun. I’m a person who feels the richness of an empty afternoon. I’m that kind of person, and I’m going to sit in a van for six hours with two guys, and wait a couple more hours before soundcheck, so that I can do a 45 minute set. So, at moments like these I have to ask myself one question: what am I going for?

I’m going because there’s a feeling you can only get on stage, that is not reproducable anywhere else: not in a bar as a customer, not in a classroom as a teacher, not as a buddhist sitting in temple. There really is nothing like the feeling of setting up your gear on a stage whether it’s the corner of a neighborhood saloon or a space along a cafe wall. There really is nothing like the experience of communicating with others without words, of catching the ear of someone who wasn’t planning on listening.”

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