Here’s something for the weekend – a solid section of Japanese vinyl, a selection of chill vibes put together by Eiji of the Revelation Time record shop in Osaka, Japan. Thanks to the The Vinyl Factory for sharing this rare mix.
Get your tickets now for MoonDance, A Night in the AfroFuture. Part of the Sunday Sessions in the dome at MoMA PS1 in Queens, NYC.
[Philly] Sat. November 9th: Bring The Noise – A Conversation Around Afrofuturism & The Art Of Noise Manifesto
On November 9, 2013 < fidget >‘s Fourth Annual Fall Experimental Music Festival presents Bring the Noise: a conversation around Afrofuturism & The Art of Noise Manifesto. The event curated by King Britt and moderated by Peter Price will feature our own Hank Shocklee. Bring the Noise will provide a platform for the investigation of the current state of afrofuturist philosophy and aesthetics of experimental music.
Guess what? We are on the verge of answering one of the greatest questions in history: Are we alone?
From NOVA and PBS come this must see episode Finding Life Beyond Earth. Turn the sound up, chill out and go on this 2+ hour animated space journey where NOVA asks the questions about how planet earth came to be and what’s going on with other nearby planets and whether any signs of life will soon be found.
Hearing all about the mysteries of space reminds us that that planet earth is just a tiny speck in relation to the rest of the universe. For example, did you know that 1,300 Earth’s could fit inside Jupiter? We’re also incredibly vulnerable to a major cosmic event happening that could drastically change the course or destroy the planet as we know it. Two awe-inspiring and slightly terrifying thoughts that can put things in perspective rather quickly.
How’s that for reality TV?