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…Continue reading →
The following is a list of dumb mistakes that my brother and I have made over the years. Hopefully some of these will make you laugh.Continue reading →
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.Continue reading →
Thus end the wars of Osyrphia…
Denunmorkenta, the second age of Morken, has lasted for more than five hundred years. Under the reign of Ceno the Osyrphians have suffered a thousand deaths, enslaved in the Arena of Kalia, the Mines of Duna and the Forges of Eldergrave.Continue reading →
Title: Invisible Limits
Band: Tangerine Dream
- 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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