Variable Speeds · Growing

Variable Speeds · Growing

Since the emergence of electronic music in the 20th century, experimental currents and sub-genres have continued to proliferate, leaving a recognizable mark on the standards of Pop-Music. In contrast to mainstream radio programming, Drone Music is the result of an alternative current that originated in the New York artistic milieu of the 1960s. Description and history of a style that goes against the grain of the current music industry.

Growing is a drone musicmusic band formed in Olympia, Washington, and currently based in Brooklyn, New York. The band was founded in 2001 by Kevin Doria, Joe Denardo and Zack Carlson.

Variable Speeds is part of Diptych album.

“Diptych” is a masterclass in slowly undulating ambient drift, and quite possibly the definitive headphone album of the year. Guitars that sound like organs pointed at the heavens are cut with subtly damaged electronic moves, the end result being a record that is at once ecstatic, transportive and gritty.

Rodrigo Amarante

Eight years after “Cavalo”, the Brazilian artist announces the album “Drama” and signs a first whimsical clip on a background of poetic and dreamy folk pop melody.

“Maré” is taken from Rodrigo Amarante’s highly anticipated new album, Drama, out July 16,

Devendra Banhart’s home


Venezuelan-American singer-songwriter Devendra Banhart invites director Barbara Anastacio into his Echo Park pad amidst a bout of food poisoning.

Devendra Obi Banhart (born May 30, 1981) is an American singer-songwriter and visual artist. Banhart was born in Houston, Texas, and raised by his mother in Venezuela. As a teenager, he moved to California, and in 1998 began studying at the San Francisco Art Institute, dropping out in 2000 to pursue a musical career. In 2002, Banhart released his debut album The Charles C. Leary and continued to create music from then on, working with record labels Young God Records and XL Recordings.

He’s a cool man, check it out !

ps: musci is Bicharada from DJalma Ferreira

Seafarers Music

by Will Oldham

Released in 2004 “Sapele” “Lars” “Bogo” “Emmanuel”

Continuing a point of view adopted for the work discussed on Ode Music, Will Oldham attempts here a new instrumental exercise through a documentary on Rotterdam sailors.

Another little pearl…

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – Master And Everyone

Winter comes and snow
I can’t marry you, you know
Without children to grow
I can’t marry you, you knowLove me the way I love you
Love me the way I love youTake a year in your hand
You can find another man
Let your unloved parts get loved
And I will be your manLove me the way I love you
Love me the way I love youPlaces you should be afraid
Into the river we will wadeLove me the way I love you
Love me the way I love you