#retrospective "Champions aren't made in gyms.Champions are made from something they have deep inside them - a desire,a dream,a vision.They have to have the skill,and the will.But the will must be stronger than the skill."
En 2015, ce sont 7 500 personnes qui étaient réunies dans la grande salle de la @philharmoniedeparis pour célébrer les compositeurs, les réalisateurs et les designers visuels, tous créateurs d’émotions. Au programme ; la célébration du compositeur multiprimé Alexandre Desplat et l’univers fascinant de David Lynch. 1/2
En 2015, ce sont 7 500 personnes qui étaient réunies dans la grande salle de la @philharmoniedeparis pour célébrer les compositeurs, les réalisateurs et les designers visuels, tous créateurs d’émotions. Au programme ; la célébration du compositeur multiprimé Alexandre Desplat et l’univers fascinant de David Lynch. 2/2
So since 2017 is almost over and we have the Bonus Brothers and the new album on the horizon, I feel like now would be a good time to express my gratitude for (technically) 10 years of listening to Zebrahead. Ive first found Zebrahead through His World back in 2007. Though I did grow up in a "rock household," Zebrahead was just so much different from the Clash and Guns N Roses I grew up listening to. It kinda gave me a bit of solace because all my friends started getting into rap and such, so I kinda felt like their music gave me a place and it kept me from feeling bad about myself for listening to rock still. I dont feel apologetic at all for being the rocker I am nowadays. That's all thanks to these guys. Because of Zebrahead, I have exposed myself to so much more bands, rap and funk in general, and just being more experimental with genres of music to begin with. Not to mention, Zebrahead allowed me to meet some of the best of their fanbase, the Juggernauts. Most of which became some of my bestest friends, and also a kickass concert experience that kickstarted my love for going to concerts. Now onto my thoughts on the band themselves 10 years later. Though I have not really listened to their actually albums until 2013 when Call Your Friends came out, I was familiar with the likes of songs like His World, Falling Apart, and Alone thanks to videogame soundtracks and such. But what Ive noticed now hearing all their albums in 2017 is that in their early days with Justin, you can tell they were trying to find their identities, not unlike many nu/alt metal groups out there, such as Incubus. Waste and Playmate were pure funk and MFZB was pure nu metal. Looking back at those albums, while the music is stellar, that look just doesnt look too good on them. At least compared to their incarnation nowadays. A punk group with rap vocals. Its pretty unique, and its timeless. And listening to Waste, Playmate, MFZB, and such, it really does feel dated because ofthe style of music and all. I feel if Zebrahead is happy with the music theyre making nowadays, thats alright with me. Ive just personally felt that ever since Matty came in, their music just felt like so much more...
Una sesión, personal una retrospectiva de toda mi selección de música electrónica 10 años pinchando y muchas ganas de compartirlo con vosotros!!! #retrospective @djtxarlymob #mobeventsbcn más info por privado
"David Hockney" -- the exuberant exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art -- November 27, 2017 through February 25, 2018 -- in celebration of Hockney's 80th birthday year. This comprehensive show takes the visitor from the 1960s to the present day -- offering insight into Hockney's explorations of space, movement and time. Listening to the audio tour of the show you can hear Hockney discuss, among other things, the process of creating his iconic "A Bigger Splash" (1967) -- how capturing the momentary movement of a splash took him two weeks, using deliberate short brush strokes. His influences were near and far -- he was particularly captivated by eastern scroll work, how stories unfolded in two dimensions-- his "Large Interior, Los Angeles" (1988) reflects this interest. A resplendent, must see show. Swipe for a little walk-through, you will find the guest of honor among you.
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