November 28, 2015
The Nerdrum School. Interview w/ Luke Hillestad (2013)
"The former American student, Luke Hillestad, gives an interview about painting technique and the school while working on his grand composition 'Imigration.'"
Laurie Anderson - Tightrope
November 27, 2015
Bernard Herrmann - Symphony No. 1 (1941)
Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, James Sedares conducting.
I. Maestoso - Allegro (0:00)
II. Scherzo (13:50)
III. Andante sostenuto (19:49)
IV. Rondo: Finale (28:31)
"Herrmann’s only symphony was written in a common style used in American and British music during the 1920’s and 1930’s. Nevertheless, its beautiful and dramatic language was obscured due to the rise of musical nationalism (or Americana) in his home country."
"After weeks of anticipation, build-up and weekly announcements that kept us at the edge of our seats, the 2015 RIBA House of the Year – formerly known as the Manser Medal – has been finally unveiled. The Flint House by London firm Skeen Catling de la Pena has been crowned this year's winner, receiving one of the UK's highest honours in residential design."
Madonna - Another Suitcase In Another Hall
November 26, 2015
Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye
Scots left reeling as Canadian whisky named world's best.
CHVRCHES - Empty Threat
November 20, 2015
CBG19 - Epic History X-Men Volume 2, The Phoenix Saga
Kenton Slash Demon - Sun
November 19, 2015
What other people call "God"
What made you become a perfumer? Was there one particular event that prompted you to make that decision?
Serge Lutens: I didn’t actually make a decision. Let’s just call it force of circumstance (What other people call “God”). I don’t think of myself as a perfumer: I’m just someone who sets a fragrance within the context of a suitable story, which is just as likely to be drawn from a fairy tale, fable or novel as it is from any of the encounters I’ve had with flowers and woods during my lifetime.
Above & Beyond feat. Zoë Johnston - We're all we need
November 18, 2015
"La Marseillaise" entonnée par l'ensemble du stade de Wembley avant France-Angleterre
Seventy thousand sing the Marseillaise at Wembley.