El gran adiós es una canción del disco El Polvo en la Luz de la banda mexicana, Torreblanca.
Admiro mucho a esta banda por muchas razones desde el día que los conocí.
En esta vida, pasan muchas cosas… Cosas que no sabemos porque no pasan. Cosas que pasan que queremos buscar la razón del porque. Cosas que nos mueven. Cosas que nos dejan una cicatriz. Cosas que por mas que te cuestiones, no encuentres las respuestas, pero eres infinitamente agradecida.
I’m the most Old School person I know, but when it comes to situations like the following, I LOVE technology!
I discovered an electronic duo called Joyzu a few weeks ago and contacted them via Twitter and interviewed them!
Nicole: So, please tell me a little bit about you guys… Where are you from? How old are you? How do you know each other etc? Joyzu: Joyzu is composed of two members. Carson Willms (21) is from Sacramento, California; and Quinton Pope (21) is from Denver, Colorado. We are best friends that grew up together in California, but Quinton moved to Denver to pursue some big music opportunities.
Nicole: Who are your musical influences? Joyzu: We have so many influences, it is hard to keep it short. Our immediate go-to’s are names like Porter Robinson, Madeon, Flume, Dillon Francis, Zhu, San Holo, and a ton more. They really influence our production style and what we envision our live shows to be like. Of course we love all kinds of music, but those are our electronic music inspirations.
Joyzu Ft. Olivia Reid – Like A Melody
Nicole: Do you have other jobs a part from being electronic artists and producers? Joyzu: Quinton works at a coffee shop, and Carson is a bartender.
Nicole: When you hear a song, do you know straight away that you have to/know you can do an incredible version of it and do you kind of have an idea of what it will sound like or what you want it to sound like before actually doing it?
Joyzu: All the time. Ever since we got into production, listening to music has changed. Were always analyzing songs, listening for the smallest details or trying to visualize the songs in a DAW so we can learn more about good structure, progressions, engineering etc. It kind of ruins the listening experience sometimes, because its hard to just “listen” to a song without thinking about it.
Nicole: I heard Up All Night and thought it was fantastic, is it a track of your own? How many tracks have you done from beginning to end? Joyzu: Thank you 🙂 – Yep! Up All Night is one of our original songs. That song is pretty different from what we have been making lately, but we definitely have a few similar songs to that style – were not sure if they will ever hit the public stream. We play them at our live shows though 🙂 We have 6 songs posted publically, but so many that are unreleased its crazy. We have about 5 or 6 originals that are done but havent released yet. But we are releasing one song every month this year so, you’ll hear them soon!
Joyzu – Up All Night
Nicole: Where can people hear your stuff and find you? Joyzu: Were on all social media platforms as @joyzumusic 🙂 also on Spotify! so make sure to check that out <3
“We are super open people. Feel free to connect with us on social media platforms – see whats up, show us some cool music, send us your demos.. whatever! We love hearing from everyone.” – Joyzu
Uno de mis grupos favoritos, URSS Bajo el Árbol acaba de sacar el video para la canción Profecía.
Profecía es el primer sencillo del upcoming disco de URSS y saldrá a mediados del año (no hay fecha definido aun).
Pueden ver a los chavos tocar el próximo 2 de abril en Álvaro Oregon 160 (Roma Norte) y el 15 de abril en el Alicia. Son una bandota, y en vivo, even better! So if you’re free next Saturday, you MUST check them out!
Nacido en la Ciudad de México y criado en Santiago de Chile, Fernando Costa AKA red jesus acaba de lanzar el lyric video de su canción Born in Mexico.
Born in Mexico es una canción que alude directamente a la inmigración latina en E.U. y sobre las ventajas de ser red “en un planeta racista”, dice el músico. El video fue home made y solo usó una camera, un proyector y una presentación de Power Point. (“…fue más que suficiente para mandar un claro mensaje de unidad e incitar al baile como si fuese una solución mágica para el rechazo y discriminación.”)
Coming Soon es el primer álbum solista del cant-autor y salió en el 2014. Fue producido por su hermano, Jorge, co-producido por red jesus y conto con colaboraciónes de músicos como Mike Torres (Macy Gray), Carl Verheyen (Supertramp), y Tim Carmon (Eric Clapton y Paul McCartney).
El genero de red jesus se podría definir como folk/alternativo/pop-rock/rock ecléctico.
I was listening to a music programme the other day and it was all about Eurodance music.
Eurodance is a genre of electronic music that originated in the late 1980’s in Europe (obviously…)!
I’m a big fan of this genre of music and it’s a massive part of who I am!
Growing up in Manchester, England, I listened to this music all the time! On MTV – when they actually played music, on the radio (shout out to Key 103!!!), on the school bus, at parties, at the shops and so on.
I decided to share a few of my fave songs of this genre, hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
(I got a bit too excited and posted a lot of songs, I know I missed out a few, but if I actually put all the 90’s tunes I listened to back then, you guys wouldn’t be going out this weekend.)
One of my faves!!!
Daft Punk – One More Time
The Scatman – Scatman John
Bomfunk MC’s – Freestyler
Next up: INCREDIBLE TUNE!!!
Vengaboys – Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!
Ian Van Dahl – Castles In The Sky
ATC – All Around The World (la la la la la la)
Next Up: National anthem in the UK in the 90’s!
Ace Of Base – All That She Wants
Snap – Rhythm Is A Dancer
Alice DJ – Better Off Alone
The Shapeshifters – Lola’s Theme
La Bouche – Be My Lover
Mr President – Coco Jambo
Next Up: This is not one of my faves, but we ALL listened to this back in the day!
Eiffel 65 – Blue (Da Ba Dee)
Next up: LOVEEEEEEE THIS ONE!!
Moloko – Sing It Back
Next up: CLASSSSSSSSSSIC!!!
Modjo – Lady
Madison Avenue – Don’t Call Me Baby
Next up: Kind of annoying, but it’s a classic!
Phats & Small – Turn Around
Next up: Me personal favourite
Olive – You’re Not Alone
I would love to share every photo, article, video, story and so on that I’ve read and seen about David Bowie, but I can’t… I’m kind of overwhelmed at the moment with the whole situation.
One thing I would like to say is:
“When people accept and understand that one doesn’t have to know the whole life of an artist, their discography, know everyone they’ve worked/toured/drank/partied with, to be able to mourn someone’s loss, but accept that a person (he or she) changed something in them, made them a better person, believe, feel or whatever… That day this world will be a better place.” – I wrote this
Yesterday was an emotional day for many, for others it was like any other Monday, the point I want to get to is that no one has to explain or justify their reasons.
Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive. – Elbert Hubbard
We are human and humans judge, so you won’t EVER please everyone.
Yesterday a lot of people were throwing crap at one another on social media sites (obviously not face to face) saying that they aren’t fans of David Bowie, because they don’t know all his lyrics and only know 3 songs.. You know what? Does it matter if a person is a fan or not of a band or artist or celebrity? Who is one to decide who is a fan WORTHY enough to be called a FAN? YOU can be whatever and whoever you want.
The world is going through a lot of changes, people are waking up by the second and more and more people are following their dreams each and everyday… If we all put in a grain of rice (I LOVE rice) of love or passion, honesty, or anything we can give that’s positive to the world, WE can make this a better place.
So please, stop hating on one another, instead of focusing on the bad, look at the good and positive, we all have something or many things to offer and contribute with to make this a better place.
Have a lovely day, and remember, we can be heroes, just for one day….