PARADISE Orc - music
Right now the intention of Mark and Michael and 'was not to ask any limit
the type of music played. The musical style is for the group as a color palette of the painter, a tool to create the best atmosphere that the song requires. Each band member comes from different musical experiences leaving a strong mark in any arrangement. The repertoire features an eclectic mix of pop and progressive rock and psychedelia, Mediterranean atmosphere and ethnic elements, defined by the band as PROP (K) MUSIC.
The sound combines the influences of historical names such as Queen, Pink Floyd, Julian Cope, Frank Zappa, Genesis, Yes and the Talking Heads, and other such conveniences as Muse, Flaming Lips, Primus, Angra, Primus and Guillemots.
Despite the name of the singing is primarily in English with a few exceptions.
PARADISE Orc - the disc
In the debut album the band picks up everything so far has been composed, so
completely seal the first chapter of their musical research.
The recording, mixing and mastering takes place entirely at ALTREFREQUENZE University of Brescia, with the invaluable technical support and GIORGIO GIORGIO Rebold SOON. To get an accurate picture of what PARADISE orc was at the time of entering the studio, and to give the tracks the same intention
Executive who have live, the basics of guitar-bass-drums are recorded live deliberately fishing tools with the return of the microphones and with a rare use of the metronome. The same work was repeated with the second guitar and drums, which are taken simultaneously in the same room.
An eclectic work within which live tracks from net long shot pop compositions alongside more nervous and moody, and more Mediterranean atmosphere are followed by more violent and heavy pieces.
The disc will be presented Dec. 19, 2010 at 20:00 at the Lab of aerosols on Villanuova Clisi.
X1FM loves Of Montreal for several reasons. First of all they're not from Montreal at all. They are from Athens, Georgia (the spawning ground of REM). Second they mix indie pop, psychedelia and vaudeville into one delicious musical soup. Third, they are CRAZY on stage! So when we had the chance to get our cameras a live performance from Of Motreal, we thought should share it with you. Check it out, it's our exclusive live performance and it's yummy! www.x1fm.com
Combining the intensity of psychedelia and creativity of the classic rock of the 60's and 70's with catchy modern pop riffs and haunting melodies, Holy Rolling Empire rocked our Open Door Sessions stage and demonstrated they are ready to break out of the southwest and rock this world! www.x1fm.com Distributed by Tubemogul.
This is the first of three videos from the Stonephace camp. The self-titled album is due on 20th April. While recording Larry Stabbins and co had a narrative concept in mind for the whole record and running with the themes of surrealism and psychedelia that unite the music these videos have been made as a kind of visual glue to bind it all together. Sit back, relax and enjoy part one, which was made by Stella Marina .
vintage train footage travel through snowy conditions. just add psychedelia and hilarity ensues. Myspace/ TheCrystalClub
As I gave a another couple in the park a demo of my kaleidoscope I invented, the overall response was that it was like "mushrooms without the mushrooms." That's an apt description if ever there was one! (And it's TRUE.) "Pure Psychedelia, man!" (Yet it's drug-free.) Adults as well as children and grandparents can do it.
Les courts métrages psycho-surréalistes Tsunamix sont très post-produits et ces 800 canevas multidimensionnels liant le jeu, la danse et la musique contemporaine, furent tous réalisés par Fée Lehouiller, nous font naviguer à travers une psyché à la fois fragmentaire et unifiée. Ces mondes électro-acoustiques d’un psychédélisme vibrant, nous emportent en les méandres de
riche états d’âme. Intrigues chargées d’une audace rageusement underground.
Psycho-surrealist short movies post-produced to the hilt, directed by Fée Lehouiller, take us for a ride through fragments of a unified psyche. Theses vibrant electro-acoustics worlds of psychedelia, move us in the meanders of rich states of mind.
may cause psychedelia
PT live at rhyd
Halloween psychedelia from Philadelphia collective The Crystal Club
Psychedelic music and eye candy images from Philadelphia collective The Crystal Club
A cheap webcam [note who made it in reverse] using a holiday gift bag, violet with glitter in it. Bill Frisell graces this demonstration of how simple it is to make a mesmerizing video. Move it around, use ambient light to your benefit. Easy, cool, and fun.
From the DVD "Arriving Somewhere" (2006)
If you like this, buy the DVD.
Porcupine Tree is Steven Wilson, Colin Edwin, Richard Barbieri, and Gavin Harrison.
Porcupine Tree Biography
Porcupine Tree is unquestionably one of the most difficult-to-categorize and innovative bands working today.
The band is fronted by Steven Wilson, who also is well-known for his work producing other artists, from Swedish progressive metal group Opeth, to Norwegian chanteuse Anja Garbarek. He also has several other projects, including No-Man, Bass Communion, and Blackfield.
Porcupine Tree was founded as a self-indulgent creative outlet for Wilson, and the first major release was 'On the Sunday of Life...' in 1992, an album of psychedelia and studio experiments which bears little relation to the band's current sound. From here, Wilson expanded the sound, creating the progressive rock/ambient trance fusion on the 30-minute long single "Voyage 34." One of the only constants in Porcupine Tree's music is how it continues to evolve and confront the expectations of the band's fans from album to album.
In late 1993, the solo project became a band, as Colin Edwin (bass), Chris Maitland (drums), and Richard Barbieri (keyboards) were recruited to enable Porcupine Tree to perform live. Richard had previously been a member of one of the most experimental 80's bands, Japan. The first real band album recorded was 'Signify' in 1996, which was followed by 'Stupid Dream' (1999), a breakthrough album which saw the band move into a more song-orientated direction.
'Lightbulb Sun' continued along that song-oriented tack, but, never content to rest on their laurels, Porcupine Tree changed course again for their next release, shuffling their lineup for the first (and to date, only) time. Chris Maitland departed and was replaced by Gavin Harrison in 2002, as the band signed a new international recording deal with Lava/Atlantic Records.
Since then, three major label album releases -- 'In Absentia' and 'Deadwing, and the Grammy-nominated "Fear of a Blank Planet' -- have augmented the band's renown. Heavier than previous releases, the albums have found favor with older fans and introduced Porcupine Tree to a whole new audience.
In 2006, Porcupine Tree moved to the highly successful independent rock label Roadrunner for Europe. Since releasing Fear of a Blank Planet in 2006, the band have also released a number of titles on its own Transmission label, including the EP Nil Recurring, and the acoustic album We Lost the Skyline.
"1967 was possibly the most significant year in the history of rock music; 'Sergeant Pepper' by the Beatles and the first albums by Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, and The Doors were all released that year," says Steven. "I found myself wondering whether those facts were significant... maybe it's why I ended up becoming a musician?"
'The Incident' poses a lot of important questions and will give the listener plenty of food for thought. As ever, though, Wilson is loath to provide what he thinks the answers might be. "One of the beauties of music -- one of the reasons it's still the greatest art-form, even over cinema -- is that it demands so much of the person that experiences it, as well as those that create it."
Coming to the recording sessions following his first ever solo album, November 2008's 'Insurgentes,' Wilson admits that the experience of having worked alone affected the direction of 'The Incident.' "Possibly because of having done that, this record is darker, more expansive, and more experimental," he theorizes. "But when I write for Porcupine Tree, I know the sound I'm after."
While 'Fear Of A Blank Planet' featured contributions from three special guests -- Alex Lifeson of Rush, King Crimson's Robert Fripp and the band's live guitarist John Wesley -- and 'Insurgentes' was also executed with considerable outside help, 'The Incident' is slightly unusual for being completely self-contained. Like its predecessor, however, it was self-produced by all four group members.
'The Incident' is completed by four standalone compositions -- 'Flicker', 'Bonnie The Cat', 'Black Dahlia' and 'Remember Me Love' -- all housed on a separate CD to stress their independence from the record's main 14-part suite.
As with 'Fear Of A Blank Planet', the Wilson-helmed 5.1 mix of which was nominated in the Best Surround Album Award at the 2007 Grammies (eventually losing out to The Beatles' 'Love'), Porcupine Tree will be performing 'The Incident' in its entirety during the first shows of its next world tour.
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Let's play Lollipop Chainsaw Part 7 PS3/Xbox360/PC [Playthrough/Walkthrough] Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD9BA5374B3E6961F
Lollipop Chainsaw (ロリポップチェーンソー?) is a hack and slash action game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 video game consoles. It features Juliet Starling, a cheerleader zombie hunter fighting zombies in a fictional California high school. A collaboration between game designer Goichi Suda and filmmaker James Gunn, the game is being published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
Stages from each bosses:
Zed, the punk-rockin' misfit;
Vikke, the king of Viking metal;
Josey, the master of funk;
Mariska, the queen of Psychedelia
Rockn Roller Zombie Lewis Legend
& Final Boss Killabilly.
Lollipop Chainsaw is a hack and slash video game, with gameplay resembling Suda51's No More Heroes games. In this game, Juliet has light attacks, which are acrobatic kicks and punches, and heavy attacks which use a chainsaw. The light attacks are intended to herd enemy zombies together so that Juliet can finish them off all at once with heavy attacks. Killing enemies and saving classmates that are being attacked by zombies will fill up Juliet's star meter, which is used for super attacks.  Juliet's boyfriend Nick, a disembodied head hanging from her skirt, can be used for various purposes, including being kicked at enemies by Juliet or being put on the body of a decapitated zombie to control it. When the player completes certain tasks in the game, Juliet's chainsaw will be upgraded.
Developer(s) Grasshopper Manufacture
Publisher(s) Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
JP Kadokawa Games
Director(s) Ikeda tomo
Producer(s) Goichi Suda
Writer(s) James Gunn
Composer(s) Akira Yamaoka
Engine Unreal Engine 3
Platform(s) PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Release date(s) NA June 12, 2012, AU June 13, 2012, JP June 14, 2012, EU June 15, 2012
Genre(s) Hack and slash, Action
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