The Pont Neuf in 1763, by Nicolas-Jean-Baptiste Raguenet

Mylène Pardoen: The Soundscape of 17th Century France

Instead of restoring pottery shards and paintings(as the mudlarks of the Thames do), historians and archaeologists are increasingly turning towards technology and its immersive VR possibilities when explaining and educating people about the past. A new mode for immersive learning … Continue reading Mylène Pardoen: The Soundscape of 17th Century France

Emerging Genius No. 1: Tibetan Night Terrors - Foreplay (2017)

Emerging Genius No. 1: Tibetan Night Terrors – Foreplay (2017)

Over the coming weeks I will share an eclectic lucky dip of music that I discovered and loved via subreddit /r/listentothis, here is no.1 on the Cosmic Jukebox the band Tibetan Night Terrors and the single Foreplay.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72c_zgaJUts Tibetan Night Terrors … Continue reading Emerging Genius No. 1: Tibetan Night Terrors – Foreplay (2017)

Every Picture Tells A Story: Louise Armstrong plays to his wife under the shadow of the Great Sphinx

Every Picture Tells A Story: Louise Armstrong plays to his wife under the shadow of the Great Sphinx

At the height of the Cold War era, the United States send ambassadors for the American way of life by sending its best ambassadors abroad in the form of creative emissaries — jazz musicians. After all, music has a way of … Continue reading Every Picture Tells A Story: Louise Armstrong plays to his wife under the shadow of the Great Sphinx