The Essence of Distinction – Titanic Movie Review – Marxist Criticism Approach

In the movie, the old Rose is the one who told the story. The story started when Jack Dawson won tickets to be aboard in the RMS Titanic after playing a card game. On the same night, Jack saw a woman running that pass in front of him. He followed the woman and realized that… Continue reading The Essence of Distinction – Titanic Movie Review – Marxist Criticism Approach

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10 Simple Music Marketing Tips For Indie Artists

We live in a strange time. With the internet exploding in exponential chaos, we find almost all aspects of our lives are splintering to take new shapes and forms because of this hyper-connectivity. The music industry-and the artists creating within it-finds itself in a place of constant change. Finding target demographics is now a breeze… Continue reading 10 Simple Music Marketing Tips For Indie Artists

Glenn Close Stars in “The Wife” As The Talented & Supportive Spouse – An Oscar Contending Role

It’s 1992, Connecticut. Joan and Joe Castleman (Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce) lie in bed failing to fall asleep, anxiously anticipating a phone call. Later Joe gets up and downs some sweets to calm his nerves for tomorrow the Nobel Prize Honorees will be announced. Awoken at dawn they hear the news exactly as they… Continue reading Glenn Close Stars in “The Wife” As The Talented & Supportive Spouse – An Oscar Contending Role

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Why And How To Mix In Mono

Believe it or not, you hear a lot of music today basically in mono. When you’re walking around your kitchen listening to your stereo, you are basically hearing the song in mono, unless you stand on front of the stereo perfectly. Many small radios only have the ability to play in mono. Most clubs and… Continue reading Why And How To Mix In Mono

Play and Record Like the Mixing Stage Doesn’t Exist and Get a Great Sound From All Your Instruments

I was recording a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Breath” the other night with a few buddies of mine. I was on bass for this one. On verses of the song I wanted a really picky mid range sound on the bass, and then for the breakdown of each verse I wanted to have a smoother… Continue reading Play and Record Like the Mixing Stage Doesn’t Exist and Get a Great Sound From All Your Instruments

Sheet Music (1974)

1974 proved one of the more eclectic years in pop music. Sparks were fronted by an effeminate bohemian and a keyboard player with a Hitler moustache. Roxy Music had an album graced by two naked German beauties. Queen released their finest work, an amalgamation of white and black theatrics. ´On The Beach´ showed Neil Young… Continue reading Sheet Music (1974)