No mid set lull, nothing, nonstop dance, sound, and movement.
Posts Tagged: David Byrne
makes sense of the inexplicable
looking like a Broadway show on steroids, with a Cirque du Soleil envy
An evening with Andy Summers (of The Police) at The Regent Theater on Saturday
That herky jerky beat is spastic cool
certainly represents what kids listen to these days
Off season they do their own thing—still employing flags, rifles and sabers—but their routines are less about formation than about themes, emotion, concepts and visual spectacle. Over recent decades, the teams have evolved into something strange and wonderful
Poking around, it seems that the latest version of Android (KitKat) disables certain kinds of uses on these storage cards that I had purchased; Google (who helped develop the Android operating system, and later bought it) seems to have intentionally crippled my devices
I’m from the sit down, shut up and watch, school of entertainment so the last thing I would want is LaFondas weave slapping me in the head when shes busting a spin, dig?
Though he was so great that time, performing Astral Weeks, performing a “Slim Slow Slider” for the ages that it might very well keep you satiated for years. Just not five years. So his show at the Theater at Madison Square Garden on Monday is more than a giving thanks, it is a benediction. Rumor has it, this may be his farewell tour. You have to hope not.
If Byrne wants more money off Spotify than Byrne should renegotiate his deal with major record labels who are part owners of Spotify. If the major indie labels (all distributed by the big three by the way) want more money off Spotify, they should pull their clients and re-negotiate the terms of their contracts
We should readjust our values because in the web-based world we are told that monopoly is good for us. The major record labels usually siphon off most of this income, and then they dribble about 15-20% of what’s left down to their artists. Indie labels are often a lot fairer