Our most recent Finale of Beyond the Veil - 18 artists and 19 masterpieces!!
Though most of us don't even know each other, we are connecting, learning each other's styles, melding our talents, sharing our passions, exchanging positively good feeling energy, upping our own abilities, showing gratitude and ap
This is a great guitar cover of one of one of my favourite tracks by a young aussie - enjoy!
The art above is the original album cover by Alex Grey.
Here we have Sam Westphalen performing Tool's
Lateralus for our new
Busking Sessions series filmed in Hoiser Lane Melbourne.
If you enjoyed this make sure you watch Sam's other Guitar Percussion videos on our channel http://www.youtube.com/user/AimTVSydney
Sam's own channel http://www.youtube.com/user/SamboRayJr
Sams Website http://www.samborayjr.com
Sams Playlist on AIMtv https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=SP097045D7282D2BF4
Sam is a former student of the Composition and Music Production department at
This is a post at the request of @brimax.
Of course, it's also for anyone else who wanted to see more drumming from me.
This is an old Rockyard Original tune called
Guilty One performed at the legendary music Venue
THE HIDEOUT back in April of 2014.
2017 – American Showplace Music
By Phillip Smith; Apr 15, 2017
From 1998 to 2003, Sean Chambers toured as lead guitarist and band leader for the legendary bluesman Hubert Sumlin. During that time, Chambers was named by Guitarist Magazine as “One of the Top 50 blues guitarists of the last century”. His sixth release, Trouble & Whisky is fully-loaded with raw electrified blues. Backing Chambers is drummer Kris Schnebelen(Trampled Under Foot) , bassist Todd Cook, and Michael Hensley on B3 and piano.
Right out of the gate, the driving rhythm and searing blues in “I Need Your Lovin” sets the tone for the whole album. Chambers’ slide guitar on “Bottle Keeps Staring at Me” gets so red hot, it scorches. The infectious hook sets in and does not let go. With Schnebelen nailing down a thunderous performance on drums, Chambers tak
When there is an opportunity to simply listen to beautiful melodies - music picks up a plane as a carpet and carries it through the air to those places of fantasy and harmony that have no boundaries, or at least are very extensive. And which, like dreams, disappear, at the moment of a collision with reality and the prose of life and life.
Music, as long as I can remember, has always helped to find an outlet for the soul and my nature seeking inspiration for its diverse creativity. I will not say much about my passions in music, I will say this: I like music that evokes positive emotions and mood. As they say, it's a matter of taste. An example of music I like to listen to will result in the conclusion of this post.
Being creative by nature
Hi everyone! This entry is late-ish due to some hoarseness I’ve been experiencing this week. There are some errors in the vocals (and the audio isn’t the best) but here’s my entry for this week’s open mic. I covered “It Will Rain” by Bruno Mars. I fully intend to cover this song again at some point when my guitar skills are more…skillful. Until then, please enjoy (comments, upvotes, follows and resteems are all welcome)!
Just a quick intro going into a little more about me as a person, and explaining what I'll be doing from here.
If you all have any questions just ask away, and I always love criticism but let's keep it constructive.
By the way sorry about the cringe moments where the video is glitched, I don't know why that happened.
Open Mic Week 29 performances are in and there's still time to vote for your favorites.
Great songs and performances this week. Have a listen to them below and be sure to show your support and upvote your favorites.
Open Mic is an online, live music venue to give musicians a chance to share their music with the Steemit community.
It's all in good fun and community spirit and I want to thank everyone for their enthusiastic support.
There's still time to vote and enter.
Thanks to everyone who entered, upvoted, resteemed and helped support Open Mic.
There's still time to cast your vote for this week's Open Mic Night entries. The cutoff date is 12.00 PM UTC Time (Sunday, 23rd APRIL 2017). Find your UTC time here.
Winners will be announced Monday,
This is one of my songs called 'She who dares wins'
Everyone would be happier if they were been themselves...
Too many hiding behind a facade, a lot not knowing who they really are...
Freewill... not the illusion of freewill... Free love... Free people... Free to be who they truly are.
안녕하세요 여러분! 여러분들 오늘하루 즐겁게 잘들 보내셨나요~? 오늘 날씨가 너무 포근한게 진짜 봄이 다 된 것 같네요. 오늘 이렇게 상큼한 날씨에 걸맞는 아이돌을 하나 소개하고자 합니다. 아이돌 연차로만 봤을때는 절대로 상큼하지 않을 것 같지만 그들의 면모를 일일이 따져보면 너무도 재밌기에! 한번 소개해보려고 합니다.
오늘 소개해드릴 상큼한 아이돌은 바로 가요계 역사상 가장 레전드로 남을 신화 입니다!
가수 신화(Shinhwa)는 1998년도에 1집 앨범인 해결사로 데뷔하여 현재까지 총 13번째 앨범을 내며 팬들에게 오랜 사랑을 받고 있습니다. 신화는 총 6명의 멤버로 구성되어 있습니다. 김동완, 이민우, 에릭(리더), 앤디, 전진, 신혜성 각각 매력이 넘쳐나는 멤버들로 신화는 팬들에게
It's nothing too fancy, but a friend asked me to do some solos for a cover song he's doing. He sent me his recording where he's looped his acoustic guitar and added vocals. I took that and attempted a few versions of the two solos in the song. This may make it to Soundcloud and then we will perform it at our next open mic at the pub.
Guitar was my Benford Tele.
We have all heard them, whether we know it or not. Many symphonies are used as soundtracks for movies, but where is their spotlight? Here is a list I've compiled of 7 symphonies that I enjoy listening to (I'm going to do the best movements though, so you don't have to listen to 7 hour long pieces).
7. Symphony no. 9
The New World Symphony (Movement 4) - Antonín Dvořák
This movement is probably my favorite of Dvořák's New World Symphony. It is energetic, and bold. Also, unlike the other movements, this movement develops a really catchy theme almost immediately. Of course, after tricking you into thinking it's the theme song from Jaws. The other day, I saw this movement in a Crayola commercial and I seriously thought it was Jaws at first. We played this piece for my Marching Band show this year, so it was really cool to see how the arranger fit themes from this symphony in with modern music. Here is Gustavo Dudamel conduct
I produced this for the hell of it back in about March of 2002 using some now-ancient Canon MiniDV camcorders.
This was mostly to see if I could envision something and put it to something tangible using what was new technology to me at the time: non-linear video editing. Prior to this, I was using Super-VHS tapes on old Panasonic editing gear, so this was a huge leap forward for me 15 years ago. A little bit of in-camera effects, some post-production effects, a dash of stop-motion animation, and lots of metaphors and symbolism for me in this one, but it's still very, very elementary and beginner-ish, so keep that in mind.
frontmanand playing my own song.
So far i have played covers or co-written songs. It was nice practice to play for #openmic and for my followers.
I am very thankful for all of You who watched and commented.
So far i've been quiet and focusing on this song, now that the contest is over and i got this song off my shoulders, i will start writing more.
Hope you're doing great and wonderful etc etc.
Here's a vid of mine I haven't shared yet.
Hopefully you can tell, it was amazing to make. Me and Tim, the videographer went to Kings Cross St Pancras station in London, where there are a few public pianos to film the piano portion. The crazy colours you see are from a fishbowl, which we filled with water and then dropped different water colours into. Gosh, we are like, soooo creative yah?
Watercolour rules, as you can see above.
Thanks for taking the time to look and listen to this post.
Have yourself an awesome day.
I'm not a good singer, but sometimes me and my hubby @paolobeneforti love to sing some songs together and so I want to share with you this funny "experience" ^_^
The Beneforti's family is trying to sing a song: Halleluja (Leonard Choen). Just for fun ;)
Have you a funny weekend!
Many years ago I made much use of the music section of the local library where you could borrow LPs and CDs for a small fee for a week or so. As a teen with limited pocket money of course I taped everything I could get my hands on. It got me into various bands I wouldn't have listened to otherwise, often based on the sleeve design. One of those albums was Canterbury by Diamond Head. My tapes are mostly long gone and I have bought lots of music since then.
I just found the album as a playlist on Youtube. I didn't see it on Spotify. I've been listening for the first time in maybe 25 years and it still sounds familiar. They were originally more of a metal band, but this is definitely more prog. Strong elements of early Queen, who were one of my favourites back then.
Here's the title track.
The band have come and gone, but are apparently still going. I've
Electro-Harmonix Canyon delay & looper pedal brand new for 2017, but what does it sound like? I have paired the EHX Canyon delay with the KORG volca fm. A bit of endless noodling but you get the idea of how amazing this thing sounds! Ten different effects in all plus a fully featured 60 second looper. Thank you for listening!