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  • O projektu Velenjska glasbena scena

    21. Mai. 2010, 19:02

    S projektom želimo spodbuditi druženje in solidarnost velenjske mladine skozi skupne glasbene interese. V mestu je dosti subkultur, ki jim današnja mestna dogajanja niso uspela izkazati podpore.

    Cilji projekta so dvigniti raven mladinske kulture v Velenju, spodbuditi druženje, ter mladim dati neposredno priložnost, da sami sodelujejo pri sestavi kulturnega, glasbenega programa, ki jim je namenjen.

    Danes imamo prosto dostopno tehnologijo, ki omogoča beleženje poslušane glasbe. Velenjčanom smo ustvarili spletno skupino, s katero želimo doseči, da bo vsak sodelujoči lahko pasivno izražal svoje glasbeno hotenje s poslušanjem svoje glasbe. Namen projekta je podpreti velenjsko glasbeno kulturo in zatreti že predolgo prisotno nejevoljo, da se ob velenjskih dogodkih posluša vsiljena glasba.

    Produkt projekta je brezplačen glasbeni portal, dejavnosti projekta pa se vršijo v tematskih večerih velenjskih glasbenih okusov v prostorih eMCe Placa.

    Več informacij o projektu lahko dobite na tej strani, na facebook skupini, lahko pa tudi stopite v kontakt z vodjo projekta.
  • A week on blues

    31. Aug. 2009, 15:06

    A week ago I've seen a documentary about the musical influences Led zeppelin has had. It was a great discovery and I was hooked instantly. I was avoiding blues for a long time and had good reasons for it too. It's hard to find satisfaction in something sad... Consider Morphine, Micah P. Hinson and more or less every yugoslavian rock band. I love their sounds, their songs and their words, but I can't listen to their music throughout the day, cos I'd patch their music with some irrelevant memories and I'd feel sad, no matter how much I'd like the music. No go.. But these guys had something more about them. They had their manly reasons for their manly songs, they had their 20$ per song, their alternate takes for 20 more and they had their manly solutions for the problems they sung about. Their songs have soul, their stories have mysteries and my fingers just start itching when I hear their guitars. In my opinion Robert Johnson and Howlin' Wolf stand out a little among these blues guys, but I like Bukka White, Charlie Patton and Sun House just as well. Anyway... It's been a fun week. I'm gonna leave a few favorites here as a reminder:

    Robert Johnson - Stop breakin' down blues


    Howlin Wolf - Back door man


    Bukka White - Aberdeen mississippi blues


    Charlie Patton - Shake it and break it (but don't let it fall mama)


    That's it, enjoy