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Happy Valentine’s Day

14 Feb

Biting Elbows

22 Mar

WARNING: This music video is graphic/extreme….lots of first person violence. If you can look past that or enjoy first person video games you will more than likely enjoy the cinematography…if not, then I am sorry, today’s post is not for you.

Best, TCM

 

 

Official music video for Biting Elbows’ 2013 single ‘Bad Motherfucker’
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The Insane Office Escape series was created by Ilya Naishuller and Sergey Valyaev

Introducing the Landfill Harmonic

18 Mar

Watch a preview of Landfill Harmonic, an upcoming feature-length documentary about a remarkable musical orchestra in Paraguay, where the musicians play instruments made from recycled rubbish.

BREAKDOWN

11 Mar

B R E A K D O W N cover art

 

Ryan Silver is at it again…. This time from Los Angeles, California.

Check out his new song, Breakdown, which he released last night at the dawning of his birthday. It’s great and will be a welcome addition to the TCM rotation.

Send him a shout out (@RyanSilver) and wish him a happy birthday!

http://ryansilver.bandcamp.com/track/b-r-e-a-k-d-o-w-n

 

 

Words

15 Jan

 

More musical goodies from Ryan Silver at http://www.ryansilvermusic.com/

 

 

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Andy Warhol x The Rolling Stones Collaboration

21 Dec

Warhol x Jagger

Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii – Director’s cut

6 Dec

One of the greatest purchases I have ever made was the Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii – Director’s cut DVD. I have watched this video countless amounts of times and revisit it often. Fortunately for you, it has been uploaded to youtube, and we can all enjoy it on demand. Enjoy!

 

 

An Awesome Wave

16 Nov

On September 19th [2012], I had a conversation with a good friend of mine, LHK IV, founder of Cause A Scene. The conversation was about music, more precisely, my interest in his view of any and all bands that may one day be considered game changers in the music industry. Historically, I find myself  listening to a handful of the same albums for an extended period of time, and at the time of the conversation I really wanted to break this cycle with something ‘new’ and ‘exciting.’ Enter LHK IV’s recommendation, Alt-J, and their album An Awesome Wave. I purchased it through iTunes immediately via my iPad. I was going to delay my first listen for a flight to California the next morning, but temptation got the best of me, an I gave it a spin immediately. It was everything I was looking for and so much more. This album has a lot of depth for a debut album (released in 2011 in the UK). Honestly, it’s been a little over 8 weeks since I purchased An Awesome Wave and I am still thoroughly enjoying it. Since I like it this much, I had to post it. For your listening pleasure, check out the album in its entirety below. Enjoy!

Custom Built Orchestra

30 Oct

 

“I always been fascinated by the raw musical power that an orchestra can express, so, after creating a series of videos where I’m performing a multi-track piece with an instrument I designed, I decided to take the concept a step farther and create my own orchestra made of unusually unique instruments. The project started by handcrafting a diverse selection of instruments, then I wrote a composition where I could fit them all in and finally performed each part. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I enjoyed doing it!”  ~Diego Stocco

If you’d like to read a description about each instrument Diego crafted and his unique playing techniques, follow this link -> bit.ly/ROZP4s

CREDITS:

Produced by Diego Stocco
DP: Gianfilippo De Rossi
Thanks to Andrea Bedendo for help with graphic layout

Kind of Blue.

26 Oct

It’s been a rough morning, and in all honesty, I am not in search of a silver lining.  But for some reason, the below seems to be helping.

For your listening pleasure, Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue in it’s entirety. Enjoy.

 

 

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