Epic of the week 06: Lingus by Snarky Puppy

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Epic of the week 05: Ray Ray by Fat Freddy’s Drop


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An idea for near-future science fiction

Most disaster stories create dramatic tension by having the heroes find out of that the world needs to be saved at the last possible moment. How about for a change of pace that astronomers announce that a meteor is fifteen years from destroying civilisation? From this premise you could write multiple novels about how different…

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Epic of the week 04: Bellatrix by JT Bruce


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Epic of the week 03: Cranial Implant by Jupiter Society


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Introduction

I am often told “Stop analysing the film/song/other and enjoy it!” but the problem is that analysis is how I enjoy art. If you get told the same then this site is for you.

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Epic of the week 01: A change of seasons by Dream Theater


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Epic of the week 02: Invisible Limits by Tangerine Dream


Title: Invisible Limits
Band: Tangerine Dream
Genre: Krautrock
Length: 11:25
Comments:

  • The genre dubbed by the British press as “Krautrock” was created in late sixties and early seventies in an effort to create a uniquely German style without the taint of Nazism.
  • It combines minimalist classical music with early explorations in techno and psychedelic rock.
  • This particular song combines many of my favourite elements of music. Electronic soundscapes, guitar solos, an inversion of the usual classical form (loud, soft, loud), flute solos and a conclusive ending.

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