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100 songs to listen at night (00-09). Part I
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The fake laugh (and sincere)
The fake laugh (and sincere). Scientific studies say (which...
Ida, Directed by Paweł Pawlikowski – Review
Ida, Directed by Paweł Pawlikowski - Review. Ida, the...
The Man Who Sleeps (postgraduate)
The Man Who Sleeps (postgraduate). After your futile attempt...
Talisco – Eventually (Tame Impala Cover)
Talisco - Eventually (Tame Impala Cover). French-alternative band Talisco...
Yellow Red Sparks, the band of a great songwriter
Yellow Red Sparks, the band of a great songwriter....
Muri D’Assenzio, by Ianva
Muri D'Assenzio, by Ianva. Is there a better way...
I Origins Review
I Origins Review. There is a song by American...
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  • 100 songs to listen at night (00-09). The best list available in Internet for all of you who want to discover great and sometimes sad music from the decade

  • The fake laugh (and sincere). Scientific studies say (which perfectly can be made to contradict the first study) that our brain is able to distinguish a fake laughter from a sincere. I think that it refers to the classic one on one, because in a large group it will be difficult to show, your brain, like a multi-tasking tool capable of removing every laugh and every face to assimilate the truth of each laugh.

  • Ida, Directed by Paweł Pawlikowski – Review. Ida, the latest film by director Pawel Pawlikowski is the story of a girl who lives in a convent in Poland in the 60s and goes to visit her aunt.

  • The Man Who Sleeps (postgraduate). After your futile attempt to be indifferent to the world and the world indifferent to you, you’ve finished your studies in sociology at the university. You are not 25 anymore, in fact you has exceeded the 30. You work with no time to wander aimlessly through the city, but the mirror of your room still shows the scars on your face and the ashtray still on the edge of your table, full of cigarettes. You try to stay outside the course of days and hours, as before, still in your attic. You did not have dreams then either you have them now; You know that you would have never met. Your indifference has given way to another feeling.

  • Talisco – Eventually (Tame Impala Cover). French-alternative band Talisco are setting out to chart new musical territory, digging deep into electronic-folk experimentation with their unique combination of explosive vocals, driving beats and shimmery electronic arrangements.

  • Yellow Red Sparks, the band of a great songwriter. We come to talk about a very interesting band that we hope that slowly begins to be recognized, since although they released their only album two year ago, this LP contains some great moments of folk-rock.

  • Muri D’Assenzio, by Ianva. Is there a better way to start a blog of music than with the song that gives it the name? Muri D’Assenzio (Walls of absinthe) is a song by the Italian band Ianva, belonging to their first LP Disobbedisco! 1918-1920, one of the most interesting proposals that occurred around the year 2006.

  • I Origins Review

    12/01/2015
    I Origins Review

    I Origins Review. There is a song by American band Bright Eyes, entitled We Are Nowhere, And It’s Now, where Conor Oberst (vocalist) asks us in the first stanza, “Why are you scared to dream of god, When it’s salvation that you want? You see stars that clear have been dead for years, but the idea just lives on.” Seconds before he also said “And if you swear that there’s no truth and who cares, how come you say it like you’re right?”. Well, wise words, also for people who do not see in God the salvation they need, or in any other religion, nor absolute nothingness. Their only salvation is in life, live, and as they can, refusing to die not thinking about it. This review is about I Origins, but is full of doubts and examples.

  • Alexander Gastrell is a producer and DJ from Sydney, Australia. He has just released a new track called Exhale and also an EP called White Wall. Here you can give it a listen and download it through his official Soundcloud. (more…)

  • It's not very often that an artist contact you via email to show you his music. I'm not used to this kind of situation and I don't know how to consider it, because this is a strange fact itself, because depending of prism of the beholder he could see it as many different things. Anyway,…

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  • 100 songs to listen at night (00-09). Part I

    100 songs to listen at night (00-09). The best list available in Internet for all of you who want to discover great and sometimes sad music from the decade

    100 songs to listen at night (00-09). Part I
  • The fake laugh (and sincere)

    The fake laugh (and sincere). Scientific studies say (which perfectly can be made to contradict the first study) that our brain is able to distinguish a fake laughter from a sincere. I think that it refers to the classic one on one, because in a large group it will be difficult to show, your brain, like a multi-tasking tool capable of removing every laugh and every face to assimilate the truth of each laugh.

    The fake laugh (and sincere)
  • Ida, Directed by Paweł Pawlikowski – Review

    Ida, Directed by Paweł Pawlikowski - Review. Ida, the latest film by director Pawel Pawlikowski is the story of a girl who lives in a convent in Poland in the 60s and goes to visit her aunt.

    Ida, Directed by Paweł Pawlikowski – Review
  • The Man Who Sleeps (postgraduate)

    The Man Who Sleeps (postgraduate). After your futile attempt to be indifferent to the world and the world indifferent to you, you've finished your studies in sociology at the university. You are not 25 anymore, in fact you has exceeded the 30. You work with no time to wander aimlessly through the city, but the mirror of your room still shows the scars on your face and the ashtray still on the edge of your table, full of cigarettes....

    The Man Who Sleeps (postgraduate)
  • Talisco – Eventually (Tame Impala Cover)

    Talisco - Eventually (Tame Impala Cover). French-alternative band Talisco are setting out to chart new musical territory, digging deep into electronic-folk experimentation with their unique combination of explosive vocals, driving beats and shimmery electronic arrangements.

    Talisco – Eventually (Tame Impala Cover)

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