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Now available: Illumi’s Journey by Elias Meister

Posted in music by welcomebemymuse on March 5, 2011

Elias Meister’s  masterpiece Jazz debut album has just been released by Konnex Records!
It features extraordinary musicians Rita Maria (vc), Gordon Au (cornet), Daniel Ori (bs) Ziv Ravitz (dr) and Elias Meister on guitar. The CD consists of five of his original compositions including the 3 part suite Illumi’s Journey and has been mixed by multiple grammy winning engineer Elliot Scheiner.

To listen/download:
http://eliasmeister-europe.bandcamp.com/

To order the CD:
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=4MLVGWDCG2T3L
(if the page pops up in German, just delete the /de after the .com in the adress bar and it will be in English)

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a reason to live for…

Posted in art, music by welcomebemymuse on September 25, 2010

feel it!

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once again: OK GO!

Posted in film, music by welcomebemymuse on June 16, 2010

To spread their new video “End Love”, OK Go decided to offer free downloading from their website and started a contest for the fans. The contest is simple: download the video, upload it to your Facebook page, and get your friends to comment on it. The upload with the most comments in two weeks wins an iPad.

Well, even without participating you should definitely take a look at the video because once again these guys rock!

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FEEL it…

Posted in music by welcomebemymuse on June 8, 2010

Tom, the greatest, Waits. Chapeau.

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So light is her footfall…

Posted in film, music by welcomebemymuse on June 7, 2010

Air‘s “So light is her footfall” is directed by Edouard Salier.

AIR – Amour, Imgagination, Rêve. always true.

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Letting Up Despite Great Faults

Posted in music by welcomebemymuse on June 5, 2010

Letting Up Despite Great Faults is a pretty long name for a band. Mike, who is in charge for the Vocals, Programming and plays the guitar, agrees on that. “It’s taken from a Blonde Redhead song. It’s also self-reflecting, self-deprecating, and way too long.”

The story, how the three band members met though, is short. “Through Craigslist. We’re hoping our next member will be found through another means just so when people ask this question the answer won’t be so short.” Letting Up Despite Great Faults released their first EP in 2006 with only Kent (Bass, Keys) and Mike. Chris (Drums) joined one year later.

The Los Angeles based band played their mix of Indiepop and Electronic music at festivals like Noise Pop Fest (SF) and SXSW (Austin). “At home, we love playing at Spaceland”. Ask Mike to tell something about him and his mates and he would say “Mike – bad haircut, Chris – hi-fives way too much (seriously) and Kent – the most rational person in the band”.

What inspires them? “The fear of being insignificant, boring, and idle.” Good answer. Great music. Good luck!

Art has never been this entertaining!

Posted in art, film, music by welcomebemymuse on June 3, 2010

The Franco-American band Hold your Horses! reconstructed some of the most famous paintings in their video for “70 Million”. So sweet! Produced by L’Ogre.

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Muse. Feeling Good.

Posted in music by welcomebemymuse on May 30, 2010

Nothing to add.

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Liars.

Posted in film, music by welcomebemymuse on May 23, 2010

This Liars video to “Scissor” is directed by filmmaker Andy Bruntel who already worked with directors Mike Mills, Roman Coppola and Geoff McFetridge on numerous film, video and animation projects… “Scissor” was one of the videos shown during the Flux Screen Series at the Hammer Museum Los Angeles.

beatles or stones? both!

Posted in music by welcomebemymuse on May 6, 2010

This song was Charles Manson’s muse. Please! Let it be anything else! It’s Holterdiepolter – that tells everything!