Morton Feldman was a colleague of John Cage and part of the New York School of avant garde composers to emerge from the experimental wing of the 1950s. Early experiments using graphic scores and non-traditional notation yielded compelling and challenging new open forms emphasizing interpretive freed
Many recall the House & Techno craze of the 1990's with the same kind of detached, hazy feeling one would expect from a hangover. Sweaty dance clubs, the popular drug ecstasy, and overly repetitive beats are just a few of the things associated with this musical phenomenon. An exception to this rule i
"They say my flow is crazy and I can spit/ and I rap as if I had a dick/ bitches is bad but I'm that bitch/ listen, I'm so above the average."
I'm from There's Something About Remy (2006)
So spoke Remy Ma, originally Remy Martin until the congac sued for exclusive rights to the name
Something wonderful happened in Brazil in the late 1960s. Stevie Wonder's soul-funk, Bob Marley's revolutionary reggae, and the smooth bossa nova of Joao Gilberto came together in one person: Brazil's irreplaceable Gilberto Gil.
As a youth raised in rural Bahia, Gil was intoxicated by the bossa