The user makes loops of the sort that one might hear in the background of a video game by placing icons on a grid, and hurling balls of musical mojo at them.
This is EXACTLY what Tipper Gore was talking about when she stood up to criticize explicit modern music. I mean, just look at the music excerpted above; what’s being proposed has got to be a felony in at least two senses. To make the scene
At midnight this weekend, Earthdance participants will dance to the same song all at the same time, and recite a Prayer For Peace in unison. Most of the time, it’s members of military organization that engage in such synchronized movements, marching in lock step to the beat of destruction.
The following is the music video for his song The Next Day. Why would we post it here? Why would you watch it? Well… YouTube censored the video. The Catholic League and the Archbishop of Canterbury are in a tizzy of outrage about it, which
The elements of culture found on the the Pinterest social media site fascinates me, because it’s graphically-based, and therefore often is suggestive of ideas, rather than explicit. Yet, some people use the graphic format of Pinterest merely to post graphics of text, without any non-verbal
“Sing now together this, our hearts’ own song.” If it’s really your hearts’ own song, how come you need sheet music?
Damh the Bard sings of the Horned God as the reason for the season. When will he sing specifically of the revels of Krampus?
The Rally to Restore Sanity is underway with John Legend and The Roots singing “Can I Get Some?” and “Dear God.” Apparently, the platform of this rally is that everyone should listen to music. That’s nice, but let’s not pretend it’s political. It’s an entertainment
Just seen advertisement: “The New Kids On The Block are back!”… for the first time since the 1990s. They’re now described as “fully-grown men who forever defined what the modern boy band would look and sound like”.
Was Christmas night a silent night, or were there a bunch of angels from heaven singing? Which was it?
The Four Points heresy suggests that Mary was in a miracle of childbirth for almost two months straight, with Christmas extending for weeks on end, beginning even before Thanksgiving.