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Tag Archives: sound
No need for sound. Ok maybe one song, Stop The Clocks, Noel Gallagher.
As you may know I am also a host for Airbnb, and have guests from all over the world frequently. Yesterday new guests arrived and at 3 pm, exactly, the doorbell rang loud to announce their arrival. I thought. But … Continue reading
I’ve been playing this song in a loop, can’t stop it, keeps me going. And what really intrigued me is the minute in which a young Tom Johnston – lead vocalist and also playing harmonica in the video – … Continue reading
Artist: Thievery Corporation Lead artist: Racquel Jones Album: The Temple of I & I Out: 2017 Genre: Dance Yesterday I saw the Black Power exhibition in the Tate Modern in London. It shows the art made by black artists in the revolution of the Sixties, … Continue reading
Working late, I just sent a file to the designer via WeTransfer. WeTransfer is free portal for sending large files, and it’s homepage is like a gallery. They show work of fairly unknown creatives and today it gave me this. … Continue reading
On my way to the Bowie exhibition in Groningen, I came across this poster. STUFF caught my eye, as stuff is a theme in my life 😉 Then, the other day while cooking, with the television on in the background, I was caught by … Continue reading