CerebralMix 2015-11-22: Poetry Series Episode 16 is a continuation of our exploration of poetry mixed with a random and eclectic range of music. Special announcement in this episde!
Best Budget Earbuds: Conclusion – where I rant about reviewers, device equalization, talk about my methods and finally rank the earbuds I evaluated.
Budget Earbuds Under 50 Dollars continues my review of inexpensive earbuds, looking for good sound quality in portable listening.
After having gone through expensive headphones, I decided to seek out budget earbuds under 25 dollars that were easily replaced if necessary.
CerebralMix 2015-11-15: Poetry Episode 15 is a showcase of new and recent music, which sets the tone for the poetry readings. Enjoy the mix and mood.
CerebralMix 2015-11-08: Poetry Series Episode 14 is a continuation of the exploration of a random selection of poetry and music.
CerebralMix 2015-11-01: Poetry Series Episode 13 continues the exploration of poetry and music with the twist that the relationship between them are random.
S. A. Bach: Keep The Moon Weird is a fun release of some of the best indie pop / rock music around today. His wit shines in these four short tracks.
Mark Ward’s Rampant Regardant is a work that regards the past and is pushing the attack forward. A work that seeks, and finds a new direction.
CerebralMix 2015-10-25: Poetry Series Episode 12 s all about the devil, ghosts, smoke, psychos, and birds. Poetry says one thing, music says otherwise.
Oliostere: Circonflexe it’s all in the rhythm or polyrhythms. The next chapter after Dave Brubeck’s seminal Time Out reaches new levels.
Weldroid: Elektronvolt see’s the return of the droid, but it seems someone has been tinkering with his circuitry a bit and overhauled his body a bit.
Duelling Ants: Fauna is one of the releases that I discovered months ago working on the Netlabel Profiles project, and it’s still in my playlist.
CerebralMix 2015-10-18: Poetry Series Episode 11 begins the second half of the poetry and music mashup. Context drives the music, so listen to the poetry.
Joe Frawley: The Night Parade is the second release from Joe this year, and it is a bit of a departure from his last few works.