10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #48

Take a magical mystery tour into the twilight zone with this week’s ten things which I carved out of a giant ancient stone from the red centre of Australia, I hope you like them! Sublime and summery jazzy hip-hop beats by Lewis Parker Even if it’s not summer where you are right now, this albumContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #48”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #47

I hope you are sitting somewhere cosy and that you’re ready to have your senses delighted by this week’s interesting finds from the pelagic zone of the internet, where whale sharks and dugongs float by in Poseidon’s dreams… How to make flying dragons (1634) The flying dragon is somewhat troublesome to compose, it must beContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #47”

Artists & Writers in Their Own Words: Jari Österberg AKA Liuos

Jari Österberg AKA Liuos first became a techno producer in the early 90’s. He became a one-man band with the help of the Amiga 500 computer and produced vast swathes of interesting and experimental techno albums. As years went by, he started to use more hardware and his production started to lean more towards minimalistContinue reading “Artists & Writers in Their Own Words: Jari Österberg AKA Liuos”

Artists & Writers in Their Own Words: Evaldas Azbukauskas AKA Giriu Dvasios

Evaldas Azbukauskas AKA Giriu Dvasios makes completely unique and haunting music that ranges through different terrains of dub techno, ambient, techno, Lithuanian folk and much more. His genre-shuffling music was too unusual to be noticed by other record labels, so ten years ago he created his own label and ever since then has been championingContinue reading “Artists & Writers in Their Own Words: Evaldas Azbukauskas AKA Giriu Dvasios”

Artists & Writers in Their Own Words: Xavi Druantia

‘Xavi Druantia’s Ancient Journey’ is a personal musical odyssey inspired by nature and ancient sounds all over the world I play different traditional instruments from all over the world. My idea is to release these songs one by one, instead of all at once on a full album. How people consume music has changed aContinue reading “Artists & Writers in Their Own Words: Xavi Druantia”

10 Creepy Things I Found for Spooky Samhain

Samhain is a pagan religious festival that originates from the archaic Celtic spiritual tradition. In the Northern Hemisphere, this is the time to usher in the dark half of the year. For us antipodeans, it’s the other way around and we welcome the light with open arms. Here in the unterland, we welcome flowers, frolickingContinue reading “10 Creepy Things I Found for Spooky Samhain”

Awesome low-fi / house / ambient / psychedelic artists from New Zealand

Skip to the end for an amazing playlist of these artists on Youtube Aldous Harding From Christchurch, Aldous Harding is known throughout the world for her strange, unnerving stage presence and her delicate and yet raw brand of folk. She’s quite enigmatic and unlike any other artist. You may take a while to warm toContinue reading “Awesome low-fi / house / ambient / psychedelic artists from New Zealand”

Medieval bangers and tavern stompers circa 2020

Treat thine ears and eyes to a new genre of music – bardcore! Perhaps you’re looking for that tavern banger that you enjoyed back in 1365. Or perhaps you want to reminisce on the summer solstice when you gathered with jolly folk at Stonehenge, got wasted on mead and were visited by a strange celestialContinue reading “Medieval bangers and tavern stompers circa 2020”

10 Uplifting things I found on the internet this week #6

1. A book diorama of Georgian Dublin 2. Bunraku’s atmospheric and chilled mix of ambient tracks inspired by different parts of Tokyo 3. The world’s smallest and deadliest cat 4. Tree trunk landscape art by Alison Moritsugu 5. A recipe for salted caramel matcha latte by Cooking with a Wallflower 6. These stunning wooden carvingsContinue reading “10 Uplifting things I found on the internet this week #6”

10 uplifting things I found on the internet this week #4

I actually missed like 17 days since the last installment of this. Sorry about that, I have just been really busy. I have a lot of cool stuff to share if that’s any consolation. Welcome to the Khruangbin funk train Funkadelic purveyors of sunshine grooves Khruangbin have released another genius video clip. This time twoContinue reading “10 uplifting things I found on the internet this week #4”