EPK de Sidi Bémol pour son nouvel album Âfya (CSB Productions En co-édition avec RFI Talent, distribution Rue Stendhal), sortie le 27 février 2014. Concerts de célébration les 3 & 4 avril 2014 au Studio de l'Ermitage à Paris avec: ses invités exceptionnels Dhoad, les Gitans du Rajasthan et Hocine BOUKELLA (guitare-chant), Clément JANINET (violon), Damien FLEAU (saxophones), Maxime FLEAU (batterie), Benoît MEDRYKOWSKI (guitare), Jean ROLLET-GERARD (basse) Extraits du concert du 24/11/2012 au Studio de l'Ermitage Paris Captation réalisé par l'équipe du Studio de l'Ermitage Montage et réalisation vidéo Pauline Goasmat
Première vidéo d'une ballade dans les jardins de la mémoire à Bercy (Paris) avec en fond sonore un mix de chants d'oiseaux et d'une musique blues. Vidéo musicale réalisée par un artiste indépendant et distribuée sous licence Creative Commons. Vous pouvez la partager librement et légalement.
Click here now to subscribe to THUMP: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_to_THUMP 2014 sees the return of the Ragga Twins with their storming new track "Deadly Zone"; a brooding, menacing tribute to their hometown streets of Hackney, produced by Ogre and co-written by Ragga Twins. As the duo rattle through their classic jungle MC stylings, the weighted history of their youth in Hackney - from the horrors of daily police bruality, to the joys of community spirit - Ragga Twins walk a steady line between classic jungle, and the future of this ever-evolving sound. https://soundcloud.com/flintz https://twitter.com/raggatwinz https://twitter.com/rollin_wid_rtc https://www.facebook.com/RollinwidRTC https://www.facebook.com/raggatwinz "Deadly Zone" is written by Ogre & Ragga Twins Produced by Ogre Record Label - Boom Ting Director - Neil Morgan Producers - Neil Morgan and Dean Barratt Cameramen - Harry Wheeler and Moin Hussain Edited by - GlobalFaction _______________________________ THUMP is the world's newest authority on electronic everything: http://thu.mp _______________________________ Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/thumpchannel/videos Facebook: http://fb.com/thumpthump Twitter: http://twitter.com/thumpthump Tumblr: http://thump.tumblr.com/
http://projectmooncircle.bandcamp.com... | http://www.projectmooncircle.com/ | http://www.robotsdontsleep.com/ | http://www.editudepictures.de/ The Dreamer: Ali Murtaza Female Spirit: Claudine Biswas Directors: Frederic Leitzke, Christian Brecht Writer: Christian Brecht Producers: Thomas Nees, Christian Brecht DoP: Christian Brecht Editors: Marc Boehlhoff, Christian Brecht, Frederic Leitzke Camera & Editing Assistant, Stills: Andreas Lamoth Compositing: Frederic Leitzke, Andreas Lamoth Mask Designer: Miren Oller "Glassdrops" is taken from the upcoming album "The Other Side" on Project: Mooncircle, October, 7th 2011. Berlin producer Robot Koch is back for his third full length release, "The Other Side". Although Robot Koch has an international reputation as being "One of Europe`s finest producers of the beat generation" (Low End Theory), he is much more than just a beatmaker... "(Post)-dubstep infused Electronic Hip Hop" is far too constrained a label to understand what this producer is all about. Instead of following the sound of his previous albums "Death Star Droid" ("Essential listening" -- Bobby Friction BBC) and "Songs For Trees and Cyborgs" ("Music for a modern age that has rarely sounded so good" -- Boomkat), Koch takes the genre defying ingredients from these previous records to another level. There still are some of those "Galactic ten ton beats and space age melodies" (Dazed and Confused) that made the previous albums staple drops in the playlists of Mary Anne Hobbs, Starkey, Daedelus and Gaslamp Killer to name a few, but there is a new dimension to Koch`s production and songwriting that didn't show on his previous records. The cinematic vibe of tracks like "Nitesky", the quirky and moody feel of "Bugs" and the electricity of "Tapedeck" show how Koch more than ever manages to create intimate and timeless pieces of music that are soulful, deep, mysterious and that will appeal to fans of cutting edge Electronica and modern pop music alike. This is the most personal record of robot koch to date. Instead of going for big name features Koch teamed up with lesser know artists like Kansas based vocal talent John LaMonica, long time friend and theatre composer Nielson and mexican singer/songwriter Graciela Maria to find the right voices for his compositions. John LaMonica infuses his whimsical and heartfelt melodies that breathe an air of darkness and nostalgia with Koch`s fresh and forward thinking instrumentals to create something that fans of Radiohead, The XX and Jamie Lidell should not sleep on. Legendary John Peel (BBC) knew in 2003 already when he said about Koch`s productions "Wonderful and strange, pop music from the future".
Conférence de Ghis dans le cadre du Personocratia Reçoit du 23 février 2014. Cette conférence est la première d'une série de quatre conférences " SPÉCIAL SANTÉ " en 2014. Le sujet de la conférence était : La Mafia Médicale, 20 ans plus tard Pour vous procurer le DVD intégral de cette conférence pour tous pays, visitez la boutique de : www.personocratia.com ou écrivez à : firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the earliest known footage of Screamin' Jay performing his hit song "I Put a Spell On You." Merv Griffin had over 5000 guests appear on his show from 1963-1986. Footage from the Merv Griffin Show is available for licensing to all forms of media through Reelin' In The Years Productions. www.reelinintheyears.com. Thanks to Merv GriffinShow - http://youtu.be/a1AE_bCoPSI
There's no question that The Twilights ranked alongside their contemporaries The Masters Apprentices and The Easybeats and solo singer Normie Rowe as one of the most successful and popular Australian pop acts of the 1960s. Thanks to The Substitutes Melbourne - http://youtu.be/dTegdcbxc-c
Their first TV appearance anywhere. Their 4th single release, this was recorded at Adelaide's Channel 9 studios in Tynte St, North Adelaide in May 1966. Adelaide band featuring Glenn Shorrock (later of Axiom and the Little River Band "LRB") plus Terry Britten (Grammy Award winning songwriter)....Tina Turner's "What's Love Got To Do With It'', "We Don't Need Another Hero", Cliff Richard's "Devil Woman", "Carrie" and numerous other songs for artists like Lenny Kravitz and Michael Jackson....(Terry wrote Michael's duet with Stevie Wonder off the "Bad" album). Thanks to LeonThe4th - http://youtu.be/KlpaDCrbSdM