Architecture is the aesthetic design of spaces, buildings, structures,…the arrangement of volumes within space.
Architecture opts to combine aesthetics with practicality …
Art with robust construction…
Aesthetics is a matter of taste and mode of expression, robustness a matter of technical knowledge and delivery.
Aural architecture is all about a wisely selected bunch of background sounds to the life of the listener.
Throw your arms around imagination and quality!
19th November 2016
Hello ladies and gents! Encore une fois que je faire une essai d’ infiltrer les mots et les idees introspectives pour a une manifestation psychédélique et hédoniste de la vie. Crossing paths and travelling distances with people left behind and met ahead, the reason to write again tonight remains the constant awareness of life being an infinite trip, a ride of endless learning through pain, sorrow, happiness and joy, all in turn being the tools of karma, feeding off our moments and minutes, while simultaneously offering us the realisation of being grateful for the gift of this life. Read these words and remind yourself you are alive. Joy!
Dearest Moby (Richard Melville Hall) is a chapter in modern music on his own. Something not easily detected or predicted back in the days, if it was relied on this human being’s size/posture and general imposing figure. He take as seriously as he want’s us to take it too.
Moby created a vegan restaurant named Little Pine in Los Angeles that opened for business on November 20, 2015.
- Cold i
Athenians by heart and moving around as much as any other band that loves and respects what they do by showcasing their respect via their stage presence. Recentrly got their debut out via Scarecrow Records, and added to their supreme underground beneficiary character. Viva darkness!
Fuck it Dog, life’s a risk! Possibly their greatest achievement is that three years after recording their first songs, they stepped on stage together with The Black Lips and went on tour with The Hives. But wait, they had a new album out, last year and you just can’t be sure of what time has in hand for this LA bunch of urban nutter roll.
- Leonard Coen
We are going through a period of loss of so many important, vital and groundbreaking artists that thrived in the 60ies, mainly 70ies and 80ies, continued respecfully in the 90ies and matured gracefully within the naughties. Our lives cannot stretch too much beyond 100 years, and most of the time the mark is set between 70-80 years of age. It is hence, very natural that many of of the artists that enriched our lives and continue to do so through their recordings, are leaving this planet due to age. Leonard’s first album came out in 1967 (Songs of Leonard Cohen), and as the poet started singing his poems, there would be no end anytime soon. He was born on September 21, 1934, Westmount, Quebec, Canada and he stopped singing 82 years later, last Monday. Following an effectively inactive writer’s career the beginning for Leonard’s singer universe was aided by Judy Collins. She prompted Leonard to sing in front of a large audience for the first time. Obviously grown up in a music conscious and encouraging
So long Leonard!
A closely relevant but not necessarily always exact playlist on this week’s selections follows:
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