Michel Gondry’s next movie: Be kind rewind. The trailer looks really promising. I was re-watching The Science of Sleep last night, such a sweet movie, even with its flaws it’s so enjoyable. And who doesn’t have a platonic crush on Charlotte Gainsbourg after it? Man or woman. I’ve been really liking her last album too: [...]
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Spent my saturday editing video on Final Cut Pro using a wonderful piece of music by Takagi Masakatsu (Journal for People is the album’s title. It’s on i-tunes, give it a listen I highly recommend it!!). The footage I took all in the fall of 2004 while traveling around Japan: Tokyo, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Miyajima Island [...]
Last night I saw composer and jazz pianist Hiromi Uehara at Yoshi‘s in Oakland. And it blew my mind. Her Jazz Piano Trio’s music is fantastic, full of energy and contagious glee. They played mostly pieces from her newly released album Spiral, which I heartly recommend if you like Jazz or piano music in general. [...]
I am digging this italian magazine’s website: PigMag and especially its streaming radio: Pig Radio. Great name. Most of the content seems to be in Italian unfortunately, the website even features an interview with talented friend and colleague Sanjay Patel of Little India fame. Only for the italian versed readers … sorry. But there’s quite [...]
Watch it here. Some information on the music and the creators behind it here at CG Society. I wish they matched the the movements of the “tech-flowers” to the beat of the music more consistently but still a really nice video.
I am absolutely digging this album, with its 80′s retro sound I was bound to like this band, I grew up with “Euro PopRock” afterall. Anyone else a fan? Originally uploaded by ecasarosa.
Ok, I am intrigued by podcasts, but I haven’t spent much time looking for interesting ones. Here’s the only one I listen to: Radio Ok Fred (the direct feed is here). I like their mix of European and Japanese music and they have an interesting and international trio of voices presenting the tracks. So … [...]