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Anup Singh’s “The Song of Scorpions” has a rhythmic pacing which is synced with the undulating sands and the region of Thar Desert, Rajasthan. While the most mesmerizing aspect is its Cinematography by Pietro Zuercher and Carlotta Holy-Steinemann, it becomes so mesmeric in its cinematic atmosphere making the film as timeless tale. 496 more words

ben mcelroy: bird-stone

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Rustic and ragged, Bird-Stone is a world unto itself. Plaintive strings, some sparkling guitar, and the occasional vocal are all courtesy of Mr. 117 more words


Don't Look for Sunshine on Sincerely, Future Pollution

Way back in April of this year, the Canadian kings of sinister music known as Timber Timbre released their sixth album, Sincerely, Future Pollution. It seems the modern social and political climate has provided the perfect fuel for the creativity of a band known for their dark, eerie sound. 254 more words

Flavour Of The Week

SONG OF THE DAY Marie Modiano - Guérir ma colère

Today’s song is the product of an extensive night of music searching and is a random find that has got right into my head!…

Marie Modiano is a French singer/songwriter, lyricist and composer who has been releasing her music since 2006.  200 more words


Breathless - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

What, not *more* Nick Cave? Well yes, and what of it!


I’ve actually had this one sat around for a while now, from when I did the previous batch of Cave songs, but just hadn’t got round to posting it. 294 more words


The Top Songs Of 2017

I think we can all agree 2017 has been a long decade. For every step forward we took over the past eight years, it seems we’ve taken 2 giant steps back since January. 427 more words


Luca Bash – Keys Of Mine

Keys of Mine is Luca Bash’s first release since his critically acclaimed CMYK project, which comprised of four acoustic EPs that were released back in 2015. 456 more words