“Cry Me A River” is Mara Hruby’s first publicly shared sound from her forthcoming Archaic Rapture album. The video was shot in Hruby’s childhood home and she shares her medicinal green ways of coping with a broken heart in between writing and baking.
Daily Archives: February 25, 2014
“I Want You Til The Summertime” (Soul Mates “7 remix) is the second single from Amerigo Gazaway’s highly anticipated Yasiin Gaye project of which Side One The Departure came out today. You acquire the first side of the album from his Bandcamp page. Side 2: (The Return) will follow soon.
ASHEVILLE, NC – February 18, 2014 – Moogfest has invited some of the world’s preeminent thought leaders to participate in the daytime platform taking place in Asheville, NC, April 23-27. Programming is shaped by keynote presentations from futurist George Dvorsky, The Millenium Project’s Jerome C. Glenn, and futurist and philosopher Nick Bostrom; discussions with musical trailblazers Herb Deutsch and Malcolm Cecil; instrument pioneers Don Buchla, Roger Linn and Dave Smith; the U.S. premier of I Dream of Wires, the authoritative documentary exploring the history of modular synthesizers; conversations with OMNI Reboot, MAKE Magazine, MIT Media Lab, Kill Screen and Eyeo; and durational performances by Dan Deacon, Nick Zinner, Bradford Cox, and Gavin Russom, with live visuals by Hisham Bharoocha.
Panels And Conversations
The Future of Creativity
World-renowned futurists, philosophers and artists tackle the big questions: What will art look like and sound like 20, 50, 100 years from now? How will it be made and how will it be consumed? What will be the tools of creative expression in the future? Three keynote addresses by Oxford University philosopher Nick Bostrom; Jerome C. Glenn, CEO of the Millennium Project; and bioethicist, transhumanist, and futurist George Dvorsky.
Dance, Dance, Dance to Let’s Dance: A Masterclass by Nile Rodgers
For the first time ever, one of music’s greatest producers will reveal the intimate details behind all of his biggest recordings. We’ll listen to a selection of his classics from beginning to end, and after each Nile Rodgers will tell us the stories behind each one, from inspiration to songwriting to collaboration to recording, pulling back the curtain on what goes into making timeless hits with David Bowie, Daft Punk, Diana Ross, Madonna, Chic, and more.
Gene Noble is an independent R&B singer with an Army brat upbringing that spanned Germany, Kansas and Long Island. He’s now based in Los Angeles and preparing for the release of his debut album The Rebirth Of Gene on March 4th and “Aware” is the first single from Rebirth and it features Noble’s Prince-influenced falsetto.