“The Big Ship” by Brian Eno
A master of tension in music, Iceland’s Anna Thorvaldsdottir talks about a “sound world” influenced by her Icelandic heritage. You’ll hear it in Music For Writers.
Like so many authors today who produce their own genre-crossing books, cellist Kate Dillingham champions a “genre” of music all her own and presents an entire album of new work with the express intent of celebrating its singular beauty.
Do you go to the gym?
At first glance, Nymphomaniac sounded like the kind of film I was born to love.
Dude only has two songs and you are going to be obsessed with both of them.
The Social Network bears a lot of responsibility for the scores of pajama-clad would-be-CEOs who, having rented some cheap office space in a decaying industrial area, hire scores of interns to tweet odes to their magnificence and fan them with sheets of 90gsm A4.
…And it’ll make a Belieber out of you.
I don’t think GaGa knows about Nardwuar.
dont waste time doubting yourself or debating with urself about career paths based on parental or societal expectations. dont let back-up plans distract you from what u realy want to do.