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Not as disturbing as the Aphex Twin video but in many ways being just as critical.  

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Walkman!

Kids explore ancient tech.

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#wlakman  #kids 

thelunaticispink:

candypriceless:

Lou Reed | ‘Walk on the Wild Side’ 

Produced by David Bowie, the lyrics, describing a series of individuals and their journeys to New York City, refer to several of the regular “superstars" at Andy Warhol’s New York studio, The Factory;  namely Holly WoodlawnCandy DarlingJoe DallesandroJackie Curtis and Joe Campbell (referred to in the song by his nickname Sugar Plum Fairy).  

Say hey honey, take a walk on the wild side

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

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#lou reed  #walk on the wild side  #wild side  #david bowie 

arpeggia:

Cyndi Lauper - Girls Just Want to Have Fun

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#Cyndi Lauper  #Girls Just Want to Have Fun  #80s 

Dance styles 2013 

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#dance styles  #twerk  #liquid dance  #rhumba  #northern soul  #death drop  #finger tut  #harlem shake  #india  #bangra  #jumpstyle  #krump  #memphis juookin  #pole dance  #step  #vogue hands  #whine 
"The researchers found that that sad music has a counterintuitive appeal – it actually makes people feel better. Sad songs allow listeners to experience indirectly the emotions expressed in the lyrics and implied by the (usually) minor-key melodies. The sadness may not directly reflect the listener’s own experiences, but it triggers chemicals in our brain that can produce a cathartic response: tears, chills, an elevated heartbeat. This is not an unpleasant feeling, and may explain why listeners are inclined to buy sad songs and why artists want to write or sing them."
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#sad songs  #why we like sad songs 

bass-instincts:

Somebody to Love (live)  -  Jefferson Airplane

Jack Casady

The studio version of this song, which was a huge hit for the Airplane in 1967, has brilliant bass playing but it’s very hard to hear.  This version is not only more interesting, but you can actually hear Cassidy’s bass.  From the album “Bless its Pointed Little Head” recorded in 1968 and released in ‘69.

(via polyphonyrocks)

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#jefferson airplane  #want somebody to love  #live  #jack cassidy 

Maggot Brain Funkadelic

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#maggot brain  #funkadelic 

pitchfork:

Completely random Friday greatness: Electronic music pioneer and composer Wendy Carlos revisits bits of never-before-heard music from the scores for Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining and A Clockwork Orange. [via Resident Advisor]

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#wendy carlos  #shining  #colockwork orange  #movie score  #electronic music 

Delia Derbyshire - Ziwzih Ziwzih OO-OO-OO (1968)

 

Die Antwoord samples this in - Hey Sexy

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#dalia derbyshire  #die antword  #electronica  #tape music  #electronic music 1960s 
History of Electronic Instruments →

If you’re a history nerd like me, this might be fun to browse through. I’m trying to find a copy of Kid Baltic’s (or is it “the baltic kid’s?”) first “glitch” piece…1960’s…called something phases of the moon or something…it was composed of scraps of telephone conversations left over at the Bell Company Kid Baltic worked at and i can’t find it anywhere…i know the moniker was an anagram of the dude’s full name….

any takers? google has failed me.  

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In Performance: Stream Robert Wilson’s, Philip Glass’s, and Lucinda Child’s Einstein On The Beach

Enjoy this high quality multi-cam edit with great sound. Only 4.5 hours long!

Double click video for full screen. Link below to website where this is posted.

http://contemporaryperformance.com/2014/01/27/in-performance-stream-robert-wilsons-philip-glasss-and-lucinda-childs-einstein-on-the-beach/

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#einstein on the beach  #video  #complete production  #streaming  #lucinda childs  #phillip glass  #robert wilson 

Dracula 1931 Alternate score written in 1998 by Philip Glass and performed by the Kronos Quartet

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#dracula  #phillip glass  #1931 dracula