Another great example of the kind of beautiful music that our overpowered corporate entertainment industry wants to entirely prevent you from hearing. But ask yourself, where is the crime in taking a song you’ve loved all your life and remixing it to be an expression of the music that has been inspired in you?
What was the world like before humans made music? Perhaps even asking that question is arrogant and abhorrent? Because the truth is that all creatures make music. And it’s not trivial music… It’s a lengthy complex sunrise to sunset performance of myriad species all working on the same composition. For example:
This sweet singing bass line… What a great way for NextWon to, as he says, “…send you a special thanks to all the MC’s, DJ’s, Producers, and fans, for all the love and support on the Cloud. Peace and Happy New Year 2012.”
There is a special place in heaven for people who use electronic music in a soothing way. I won’t tell you where the place is for people who use electronic music in a non-soothing way. Thanks Shifty Teeth for doing it right!
Rainer Mandler is in Hannover, Germany. He’s got a great voice and sings a song title that in english translates to “The Birth.” The guitar work adds great continuity to the piece. I wish I knew the words to the singing.
Tom & Josh, aka: Damon Hill are based in Boston and many hail them as two new song writers that the world hasn’t seen anything like since the days Simon & Garfunkel first made their splash.