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A track that has served as the opener for Deebs' recent live performances, "Wake Forever" presents a heavenly procession of re-pitched vocals, which stutter and pulse atop outstretched sub-bass notes and a dense procession of skittering half-time
Here, Lokiboi hovers just above 100 bpm, lacing a shuffling four-on-the-floor beat with a mellow procession of chopped chords and murmured vocalspresumably the producer's own.
The music and the fun jumps up a few notches Thursday when Force Em takes the stage at the Chowchilla Music in the Park concert series. The show begins at 7 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park in downtown Chowchilla on Robertson Boulevard at Sixth Street.
Japans Maritime Self-Defence Force training vessels, with a strength of 730 military personnel aboard, received a steelpan welcome as they docked yesterday at the Port of Port-of- Spain. The vessels JS Kashima, JS Setoyuki and JS Asagiri and crews
Black Top are marimba player Orphy Robinson and keyboardist/computer musician Pat Thomas, but their gigs are improv jams featuring various guests. On this Blacktop debut (recorded live in 2012), they were joined by the gifted Steve Williamson, one of
Sure they wear their influences on their guitar strings, but they pastiche with panache, and imitation is the sincerest form of flattery or so it's said. On Sun Structures ' opening track, Shelter Song, the band borrows liberally from the Beatles'
58 am Moving with a partner to the musical beat may make people more cooperative even babies as young as 14 months. Researchers worked with 48 toddlers, each held by an assistant and gently bounced for about two minutes to the rhythm of the Beatles'
The upswing in hiring, one of the best signs of a nation's health, is a chief reason why economists polled by MarketWatch predict a snapback in growth in the second quarter...After a brutal winter, the warmer spring months have revived activity in
The Armenian Church standing on the eponymous street is one of my favourite locations in the city. Its solidly-built walls, quiet nooks and stately interiors fill me with a sense of peace that cannot be matched. Lovingly tended by the Armenian
We used cultural music from Africa, India and Japan to pinpoint specific acoustic properties," said Frans de Waal from Emory University in the US. Previous research has found that some nonhuman primates prefer slower tempos, but the current findings