A person online, in a question about their favorite music, had this to say:
“Music […] is universal language. Music unites moral, emotional and esthetical spheres of mankind. 1,415 more words
I just thought that I would share some of the more amusing things that we constantly find ourselves up against trying to promote original music in Swindon. 369 more words
The Thursday of The Shuffle is when things really get moving. Not only did we have fringe events in the shape of live DJ’s playing at Baila, the new coffee and vinyl emporium that I harp on about all the time in these posts, but also the tribal, sci-fi sounds of Zetan Spore a psytrance outfit whose music wouldn’t be out of place in the space bar scene from Star Wars. 364 more words
The Shuffle has a number of what we refer to as fringe events, smaller stages that either lead into the bigger events of the weekend or smaller gigs that take place in shops and bars alongside big band line ups to act as a breather for the punters and to promote what is going on elsewhere. 593 more words
Jack Antonoff doesn’t make background music.
That isn’t a personal observation, but a conclusion arrived at after pegging Jack’s latest body of work, Bleachers, against an unapologetic declaration he made in his March 2014 interview with Buzzfeed: “God, just shoot me the day I start making music you can just put on in the car and have a conversation over it,” Antonoff said, adding he only wants to listen to music that makes him have “some kind of huge emotion.” 1,069 more words