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  • Nothing, music video release soon. Stay woke
  • Nothing, music video release soon. Stay woke
  • 167 23 24 June, 2019

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  • This is the first analog synthesizer ever created in 1941. Its called an Ondioline. It made lots of crazy electronic sounds, and you could place a finger on a key and wiggle it around around to make a vibrato sound.

I don’t have a frillion dollars to buy and restore one of these things but I studied the sound for a few weeks and was able to reproduce the sound on my 1971 Arp Odyssey Synthesizer. Listen to my cover of “All Day and All of the Night” to hear the final result.

It sounds like a large goose in heat. Can anyone name a modern day band that uses this instrument?
  • This is the first analog synthesizer ever created in 1941. Its called an Ondioline. It made lots of crazy electronic sounds, and you could place a finger on a key and wiggle it around around to make a vibrato sound.

    I don’t have a frillion dollars to buy and restore one of these things but I studied the sound for a few weeks and was able to reproduce the sound on my 1971 Arp Odyssey Synthesizer. Listen to my cover of “All Day and All of the Night” to hear the final result.

    It sounds like a large goose in heat. Can anyone name a modern day band that uses this instrument?
  • 13 2 39 minutes ago
  • What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever seen that you can’t unsee?
  • What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever seen that you can’t unsee?
  • 38 10 7 hours ago
  • Can I borrow your ear for a sec? My music has been described as “futuristic and vintage all at once”. But how would YOU describe my music in one sentence?
  • Can I borrow your ear for a sec? My music has been described as “futuristic and vintage all at once”. But how would YOU describe my music in one sentence?
  • 43 17 7 hours ago
  • 16 1 8 hours ago
  • #MickJagger
Aniversario 35 de "She's the boss"; primer álbum de estudio del cantante Inglés MICK JAGGER como solista; lanzado el 19 de Febrero de 1985 por Columbia.
#PopRock #DanceRock
  • #MickJagger
    Aniversario 35 de "She's the boss"; primer álbum de estudio del cantante Inglés MICK JAGGER como solista; lanzado el 19 de Febrero de 1985 por Columbia.
    #PopRock #DanceRock
  • 4 0 9 hours ago
  • What’s one button you pushed in your life that you are glad you pushed?

I’m glad I pushed the “move to a new city and make records” button.
  • What’s one button you pushed in your life that you are glad you pushed?

    I’m glad I pushed the “move to a new city and make records” button.
  • 36 29 10 hours ago
  • SWIPE FOR LIL ANNA ➡️
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As cringey as this video is, this was me. Passionate, naive, innocent.

I picked up guitar two years before I made this video. In the video I’m thanking my subscribers on YouTube for allowing me to “live my dream.” I was celebrating the fact that I had 600 subscribers.

For a long, long time I completely forgot my love of music. I was only pursuing it because it was always my “thing.” It became more about gratification and keeping people close than actually being happy doing it.

When I was younger, I used to play music for hours. I wrote songs constantly, never even considering whether or not they were “good enough.” I was just happy doing it. I celebrated small victories and was eager to try new things. I’m slowly starting to remember this girl and her heart.

Healing from trauma and just a general lack of self-love has taken years—and it’s still and probably always will be a work in progress—, but I’m buckled in for the ride.

Thank you to everyone who has said such nice things about Bitter Pill. This is only the beginning. x
  • SWIPE FOR LIL ANNA ➡️
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    As cringey as this video is, this was me. Passionate, naive, innocent.

    I picked up guitar two years before I made this video. In the video I’m thanking my subscribers on YouTube for allowing me to “live my dream.” I was celebrating the fact that I had 600 subscribers.

    For a long, long time I completely forgot my love of music. I was only pursuing it because it was always my “thing.” It became more about gratification and keeping people close than actually being happy doing it.

    When I was younger, I used to play music for hours. I wrote songs constantly, never even considering whether or not they were “good enough.” I was just happy doing it. I celebrated small victories and was eager to try new things. I’m slowly starting to remember this girl and her heart.

    Healing from trauma and just a general lack of self-love has taken years—and it’s still and probably always will be a work in progress—, but I’m buckled in for the ride.

    Thank you to everyone who has said such nice things about Bitter Pill. This is only the beginning. x
  • 163 18 18 February, 2020
  • Some things kill hearts and other things fill hearts. What’s your heart killer? And more importantly what’s your heart filler?

It fills my heart(s) to have a good friend like you around through thick and thin. Friends that fight for each other. Good times. Bad times.
  • Some things kill hearts and other things fill hearts. What’s your heart killer? And more importantly what’s your heart filler?

    It fills my heart(s) to have a good friend like you around through thick and thin. Friends that fight for each other. Good times. Bad times.
  • 43 30 18 February, 2020
  • Em 1985, Phil Collins já estava longe daquele (lendário) baterista de Rock Progressivo. Era, agora, um grande astro do Pop, tanto como frontman do Genesis quanto em sua carreira solo. Após o estrondo causado por “Face Value” (1981) e “Hello, I Must Be Going!” (1982), ele retorna com o que seria seu maior sucesso, o espetacular “No Jacket Required”! O que Phil faz aqui, basicamente, é juntar a crueza emocional de sua estreia (“Face Value”) à consciência Pop de “Hello I Must Be Going”, num disco muito solar, mas também recheado de baladas belíssimas, como de costume. O resultado não podia ser outro a não ser uma verdadeira pérola Pop. Já somos recebidos com o alto astral do hit “Sussudio” (Phil deve ter escutado muito Prince…), que forma junto com “Who Said I Would” a dupla arrasa-quarteirões do álbum, daqueles que instalam-se no nosso inconsciente de maneira perpétua.

Outros momentos de espetacular apelo Pop nos proporcionam verdadeiros clássicos. Como o naipe de metais quase Motown de “Only You Know and I Know” e “Don’t Lose My Number”, que também contam com o batidão estrondoso da bateria de Phil, lotada de Gated Reverb (o som que definiu a década de 80). Até nos momentos mais Rock ‘n’ Roll, a ênfase está nos teclados e na força das melodias, como em “I Don’t Wanna Know” e “Inside Out”. Mas, se tem uma coisa que Phil Collins sabe fazer é uma balada. E aqui temos para todos os gostos. Desde a soturna “Long Long Way To Go” (com backing vocals de um tal de Sting), até o epítome da balada oitentista “One More Night”, com seus sintetizadores, bateria eletrônica, saxofones… Sim, é datado. Mas quem disso que isso é algo ruim? A melodia que nos traz volta ao lar em “Take Me Home” não falha em deixar um gosto viciante, numa obra que, apesar de notórios sinais de época, não envelhece.

Praticamente uma coletânea de Hits, “No Jacket Required” é o maior sucesso de Phil Collins, e um dos maiores discos da história da música Pop, erguendo-o ao estrelato absoluto que, 35 anos depois, ainda é seu por direito!

Texto: @caio_braguin

@officialphilcollins

#PhilCollins #NoJacketRequired #Pop #PopMusic #MusicaPop #NewWave #DancePop #DanceRock #PopRock #80s #1985
  • Em 1985, Phil Collins já estava longe daquele (lendário) baterista de Rock Progressivo. Era, agora, um grande astro do Pop, tanto como frontman do Genesis quanto em sua carreira solo. Após o estrondo causado por “Face Value” (1981) e “Hello, I Must Be Going!” (1982), ele retorna com o que seria seu maior sucesso, o espetacular “No Jacket Required”! O que Phil faz aqui, basicamente, é juntar a crueza emocional de sua estreia (“Face Value”) à consciência Pop de “Hello I Must Be Going”, num disco muito solar, mas também recheado de baladas belíssimas, como de costume. O resultado não podia ser outro a não ser uma verdadeira pérola Pop. Já somos recebidos com o alto astral do hit “Sussudio” (Phil deve ter escutado muito Prince…), que forma junto com “Who Said I Would” a dupla arrasa-quarteirões do álbum, daqueles que instalam-se no nosso inconsciente de maneira perpétua.

    Outros momentos de espetacular apelo Pop nos proporcionam verdadeiros clássicos. Como o naipe de metais quase Motown de “Only You Know and I Know” e “Don’t Lose My Number”, que também contam com o batidão estrondoso da bateria de Phil, lotada de Gated Reverb (o som que definiu a década de 80). Até nos momentos mais Rock ‘n’ Roll, a ênfase está nos teclados e na força das melodias, como em “I Don’t Wanna Know” e “Inside Out”. Mas, se tem uma coisa que Phil Collins sabe fazer é uma balada. E aqui temos para todos os gostos. Desde a soturna “Long Long Way To Go” (com backing vocals de um tal de Sting), até o epítome da balada oitentista “One More Night”, com seus sintetizadores, bateria eletrônica, saxofones… Sim, é datado. Mas quem disso que isso é algo ruim? A melodia que nos traz volta ao lar em “Take Me Home” não falha em deixar um gosto viciante, numa obra que, apesar de notórios sinais de época, não envelhece.

    Praticamente uma coletânea de Hits, “No Jacket Required” é o maior sucesso de Phil Collins, e um dos maiores discos da história da música Pop, erguendo-o ao estrelato absoluto que, 35 anos depois, ainda é seu por direito!

    Texto: @caio_braguin

    @officialphilcollins

    #PhilCollins #NoJacketRequired #Pop #PopMusic #MusicaPop #NewWave #DancePop #DanceRock #PopRock #80s #1985
  • 59 2 18 February, 2020
  • This really plays with my head. What’s your favorite color?

Created by @yuni_yoshida
  • This really plays with my head. What’s your favorite color?

    Created by @yuni_yoshida
  • 42 18 18 February, 2020
  • Hey, I need your quick opinion. I’m working on some music biz goals for this year and I’m trying to figure out my sound via nerdy market research. Can you listen to this sampling of my tracks and tell me the top 3 bands you think I sound like? Be honest.
  • Hey, I need your quick opinion. I’m working on some music biz goals for this year and I’m trying to figure out my sound via nerdy market research. Can you listen to this sampling of my tracks and tell me the top 3 bands you think I sound like? Be honest.
  • 56 30 17 February, 2020
  • it took a long time to get on the road to nowhere (i’m on my way now)
  • it took a long time to get on the road to nowhere (i’m on my way now)
  • 54 1 17 February, 2020
  • What fortune would you want your fortune cookie to say?
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Song: “Spaceman” from my debut album “Zillion”
  • What fortune would you want your fortune cookie to say?
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    Song: “Spaceman” from my debut album “Zillion”
  • 55 12 17 February, 2020
  • Fun fact. My latest album “Welcome to Flat Earth” was recorded directly onto reel-to-reel tape. For you audiophile nerds out there, this is a mid 80’s Tascam 388, 1/4” tape at 15 ips. For you non-nerds that basically means that even the most brain-bending synth sound and most gnarly guitar sound is sent through a nice cloud of warm fuzzies that will give you joy. Link in bio if you want to hear it for yourself.
  • Fun fact. My latest album “Welcome to Flat Earth” was recorded directly onto reel-to-reel tape. For you audiophile nerds out there, this is a mid 80’s Tascam 388, 1/4” tape at 15 ips. For you non-nerds that basically means that even the most brain-bending synth sound and most gnarly guitar sound is sent through a nice cloud of warm fuzzies that will give you joy. Link in bio if you want to hear it for yourself.
  • 92 13 17 February, 2020
  • I don’t play games. I beat them. In the past 2 months I’ve beat 4 old school Zelda games. Link to the past (NES), Link’s awakening (Gameboy), Ocarina of Time (N64), and Majora’s Mask (N64). What was your favorite game you’ve ever beat?

Image by @ncxaesthetic
  • I don’t play games. I beat them. In the past 2 months I’ve beat 4 old school Zelda games. Link to the past (NES), Link’s awakening (Gameboy), Ocarina of Time (N64), and Majora’s Mask (N64). What was your favorite game you’ve ever beat?

    Image by @ncxaesthetic
  • 60 71 17 February, 2020
  • Would you consider yourself a troublemaker or a merrymaker?
  • Would you consider yourself a troublemaker or a merrymaker?
  • 53 21 17 February, 2020