Silent Digest: Main Albums
Since the beginning of the year, CupcakKe, Car Seat Headrest, U.S. received high marks from Pitchfork and the status of the “best new album”. Girls and these guys. You met them through the Black Panther soundtrack, where SOB x RBE, along with Kendrick, performed the rather strong Paramedic! Number, remembered by the audience as well as their sound, and the poignant panchas, like “New baby chop, let it sing, it’s a Drake nigga. ” Unlike many rap newbies, SOB x RBE do not try to exploit the trap sound and draw inspiration from the southern music of the nineties. Each of the participants perfectly manifested itself on the aforementioned “Paramedic!”, But on this album the chemistry between them is not felt.
Rating: 6/10 Continue reading
In this small article I would like to share my thoughts on music, namely, to make a small analysis of how it can and should be treated, what role music can and should play in our life.
There are two main points of view: the opinion of the composer (producer) about his music and the opinion of the listener. Let’s start with the second – with the opinion of the consumer. Below, I will try to highlight a few characteristic judgments that I have heard from my friends and, if possible, give a brief description of these people.
1. “Music is a useless set of sounds that much attention is paid to is not justified.” Continue reading
“Thank you … Of course, my father – for the fact that he bought me a guitar, with which it all started …”
Ritchie Blackmore’s thanks to
last disc Rainbow
“Stranger In Us All” (1995)
Richard Hugh Blackmore was born on April 14, 1945 in the English town of Weston-Super-Mare. The first instrument – an ordinary acoustic guitar – was presented to Ritchie at the age of ten by his father, and it was his father who insisted that Ritchie not only learned to strum on six strings, but also take classical guitar lessons. Continue reading