101 Dimensions Curated by Emma

Random Access Memory!

Broadcast 22nd February  2020 Midnight

  • Geek Music – one final effort (halo 3)
  • Sigur Ros – Hafssol
  • Zygoat – Zygoat side 1
  • 36 – Beyond the heliosphere
  • Air – Radian
  • David Helping – Loss of words
  • Conrad Schnitzler – Spur
  • Global Communication – 14 31
  • Vampire Rodents – HMP
  • Zwei – IN The End
  • Incubus -3rd Movement of the odyssey
  • Hans Zimmer – After the Dub
  • Michael Rother – Pulsar
  • Michael Salvatori, C Paul Johnson, Skye Lewin –Dark Blade
  • Paleowolf – Pt III Shaman
  • London Philharmonic Orchestra & Andrew Skeet – Assassin’s Creed – Revelations: Main Theme

Connect the dots and connect with 101 Dimensions via any of the Curators Cliff Anthony or Emma

Cliff@progzilla.com , Emma@progzilla.com  or Progsquatch@progzilla.com

Every Saturday night from Midnight UTC + 1 (BST) till late all music no chat Electronic Ambient and Progressive

 Repeated  as Ambient Afternoon on Friday 1:00 pm UTC + 1 (bst)

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KRAZZ LOFT VINYL SHOW

Broadcast 27th February 2020

·         The Voice Alan Parsons Project
·         Early Morning Epitaph
·         Small Beginnings Flash
·         It Can Happen Yes
·         Seventh Heaven FM
A Set of Hippy Music
·         Did You Go Downtown Joy of Cooking
·         For What It’s Worth Buffalo Sprinfield
·         Almost Cut My Hair Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
·         Kozmik Blues Janis Joplin
Cruisin’ 6-Pack-Songs About Sailing
·         Don’t Pay The Ferryman Chris DeBurgh
·         Sea Cruise Glen Frey
·         Come Sail Away Styx
·         Sailing Christopher Cross
·         Home By The Sea Genesis
·         Sea of Joy Blind Faith
21st Century Set
·         Lavender Ray LaMontagne
·         Our Swords Band of Horses
·         Time’s Motet and Galliard Comedy of Errors
·         Jigsaw Marillion
·         Let’s Live Together Glass Harp
·         I Think of You Renaissance
SIAS: Miles Davis “Bitches Brew” (S2) Miles Davis – Bitches Brew
·         Miles Runs The Voodoo Down Miles Davis
·         Sanctuary Miles Davis
Time to find a groove!
·         Midnight Flyer Trapeze
·         Look Wot You Dun Slade
·         Wanna Shout It Bites
Genres Collide! Segue or Trainwreck?
·         Drowned Pete Townshend
·         Black Crow Joni Mitchell
·         Hounds of Love Kate Bush
·         Despite Repeated Warnings Paul McCartney
·         She Wandered Through The Garden Fence Procol Harum
·         The Great Train Robbery Mountain
·         Post Toasties Tommy Bolin
·         Sunshine of Your Love Cream
·         Jewish Spirit
Chill Down Set  
·         Bouree Jethro Tull
·         Love Remembered Focus
·         Baker Street Gerry Rafferty
·         Babylon Sister Steely Dan
·         The City Mark-Almond Band

 

 

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Northern Star 27th  February 2020.

Dark Rainbow!

Theme Pallas – Northern Star

  • Drifting Sun – Hidden truth
  • Cosmograf – unreasonable Silence
  • Hats Off gentlemen it’s adequate – Defiance
  • Time Collider – Oppress finesse
  • Steven Wilson – First regret/3 years older
  • Killing Joke – Pandemonium
  • Checking for Echo – The war within
  • Marillion – Chelsea Monday
  • Antimatter – here come the men
  • Black Sabbath – who are you
  • Bonzo dog do dah band – Canyons of your mind
  • Doris Brendel – little act of defiance
  • C-Live Collective – The age of insanity pt 1
  • Enochian Theory – This aching isolation
  • Led Zeppelin – Rain Song
  • Howard Sinclair – Fake
  • Utopia – Trapped
  • King Crimson – Fracture
  • Manic Street preachers – Spectators of suicide
  • Bronski Beat – Ain’t Necessarily so
  • Genesis – In The cage medley/ afterglow

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This news story was originally published here: https://www.prog-sphere.com/specials/noisecide-enjoy-the-silence-depeche-mode-cover-premiere/

Industrial metal outfit NOISECIDE are premiering a music video for a cover of Depeche Mode’s hit “Enjoy the Silence.” Watch it below.

Guitarist and singer Danicide stated: “‘Enjoy the Silence’ is one of our biggest influences and one of the reason we founded this band, and it’s the song’s 30th anniversary. We really like the way the melody develops along with the chord progression and what it transmits. The verse and chorus are so catchy and very nostalgic for us. Also, the meaning of the lyrics is great, simple but concise; sometimes words are not necessary and our interpretation of the title ‘Enjoy the Silence’ means that we should or learn how to enjoy the peace, try to be peaceful persons. The lyrics itself resume what could happen in a relation ship, that sometimes we said promises that we are not going to keep, so it transmits love over fight in our opinion, sometimes arguing is pointless.

About the challenges NOISECIDE faced when working on arranging the piece, the band says: “We think it was finding the right balance between the intro and the rest of the song, so we wanted it to be melodic yet powerful. Then we thought it was missing something, so Pamcide (Poison Lady, the bass player) suggest if would be cool to add a guitar solo, and yeah, it was like magic. Danicide started to play some notes and the solo came out of nowhere, it was a magic moment of total inspiration and it fit so nicely and we kept it. Then we added the synths to give it like a modern synthpop sound influence, and yeah, we wanted to sound a little gothic as well and we tried some choirs sounds. Danicide decided to add some harmonies and robotic voice sound to that part, so it would sound more epic, so the whole process took like 16 hours but we ended up happy with the final result.

NOISECIDE plans on releasing more covers as well as original music in the near feature.

We want to keep releasing new music (originals and some cover versions) and videos, release our first LP and play local and international shows this year, expand our audience. We also like to record and document all our live shows (audio and video) so we will be releasing some live shows videos as well soon, do Instagram live rehearsals where you can join every Monday at 7:30pm to 9:00pm (GMT-3). To resume the main goal is to keep doing what we love to do and we hope people enjoy it as well.

Watch a video for “Enjoy the Silence” below. The cover is also available on Soundcloud. For more music visit Noisecide on Bandcamp, and follow them on Facebook.

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This news story was originally published here: http://www.prog-sphere.com/specials/noisecide-enjoy-the-silence-depeche-mode-cover-premiere/

Industrial metal outfit NOISECIDE are premiering a music video for a cover of Depeche Mode’s hit “Enjoy the Silence.” Watch it below.

Guitarist and singer Danicide stated: “‘Enjoy the Silence’ is one of our biggest influences and one of the reason we founded this band, and it’s the song’s 30th anniversary. We really like the way the melody develops along with the chord progression and what it transmits. The verse and chorus are so catchy and very nostalgic for us. Also, the meaning of the lyrics is great, simple but concise; sometimes words are not necessary and our interpretation of the title ‘Enjoy the Silence’ means that we should or learn how to enjoy the peace, try to be peaceful persons. The lyrics itself resume what could happen in a relation ship, that sometimes we said promises that we are not going to keep, so it transmits love over fight in our opinion, sometimes arguing is pointless.

About the challenges NOISECIDE faced when working on arranging the piece, the band says: “We think it was finding the right balance between the intro and the rest of the song, so we wanted it to be melodic yet powerful. Then we thought it was missing something, so Pamcide (Poison Lady, the bass player) suggest if would be cool to add a guitar solo, and yeah, it was like magic. Danicide started to play some notes and the solo came out of nowhere, it was a magic moment of total inspiration and it fit so nicely and we kept it. Then we added the synths to give it like a modern synthpop sound influence, and yeah, we wanted to sound a little gothic as well and we tried some choirs sounds. Danicide decided to add some harmonies and robotic voice sound to that part, so it would sound more epic, so the whole process took like 16 hours but we ended up happy with the final result.

NOISECIDE plans on releasing more covers as well as original music in the near feature.

We want to keep releasing new music (originals and some cover versions) and videos, release our first LP and play local and international shows this year, expand our audience. We also like to record and document all our live shows (audio and video) so we will be releasing some live shows videos as well soon, do Instagram live rehearsals where you can join every Monday at 7:30pm to 9:00pm (GMT-3). To resume the main goal is to keep doing what we love to do and we hope people enjoy it as well.

Watch a video for “Enjoy the Silence” below. The cover is also available on Soundcloud. For more music visit Noisecide on Bandcamp, and follow them on Facebook.

The post Premiere: NOISECIDE Launch Music Video for DEPECHE MODE Cover “Enjoy the Silence” appeared first on Prog Sphere.

This news story was originally published here: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ProgNewsProgarchives/~3/AwbsGoi-Kus/forum_posts.asp

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– gatefold sleeve

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This news story was originally published here: https://www.prog-sphere.com/news/amorphis-north-american-tour-2020/

Finnish melancholic progressive metal band, AMORPHIS, are proud to announce they will be hitting the road in celebration of their legendary 1994 release Tales From The Thousand Lakes. Each night the classic album will be played in its entirety. The 38-date trek will launch on September 11th with 3 shows at the Kingsland in Brooklyn before making stops in Worcester, West Hollywood and Atlanta before concluding in Hartford at The Webster Theater on October 26th! Joining the band are Entombed A.D. and Nervosa.

Esa Holopainen comments, “We are really stoked to celebrate Amorphis 30th anniversary in North America this fall. And hell yes, it will be really special tour. AMORPHIS will perform ‘Tales From The Thousand Lakes‘ album in its entirety. Do not miss this run as we have a killer line-up with Entombed AD and Nervosa supporting.

Tickets for the tour are now on sale at www.enterthevault.com

Confirmed dates for the AMORPHIS tour with ENTOMBED AD and NERVOSA are:

09/11/2020 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
09/12/2020 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
09/13/2020 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
09/14/2020 Montreal, QUE @ The Fairmount
09/15/2020 Quebec, QUE @ Le D’Auteuil
09/16/2020 Toronto, QUE @ MOD Club
09/18/2020 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
09/19/2020 Reading, PA @ Reverb
09/20/2020 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
09/22/2020 Milwaukee, WI @ Miramar Theater
09/23/2020 Des Moines, IA @ Vaudville Mews
09/24/2020 Belvidere, IL @ Apollo Theater
09/25/2020 Joliet, IL @ The Forge
09/26/2020 Minneapolis, MN @ The Cabooze
09/27/2020 Winnipeg, MB @ Park Theatre
09/29/2020 Edmonton, AB @ The Starlite Room
09/30/2020 Calgary, AB @ Dickens
10/02/2020 Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theater
10/03/2020 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
10/04/2020 Portland, Or @ Hawthorne Theatre
10/05/2020 Sacramento, CA @ Holy Diver
10/06/2020 Oakland, CA @ Oakland Metro Operahouse
10/07/2020 West Hollywood, ca @ Whisky A Go Go
10/08/2020 San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
10/09/2020 Tempe, AZ @ Club Red
10/11/2020 Denver, CO @ Hermans Hideaway
10/13/2020 Austin, TX @ Come & Take It Live!
10/14/2020 San Antonio, TX @ Rock Box
10/15/2020 Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
10/16/2020 Dallas, TX @ Trees
10/18/2020 Tampa, FL @ Orpheum
10/19/2020 West Palm Beach, FL @ Kelsey Theater
10/20/2020 Orlando, FL @ The Abbey
10/21/2020 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
10/22/2020 Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
10/23/2020 Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
10/24/2020 Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz
10/25/2020 Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater

The post AMORPHIS to Perform Entire “Tales from the Thousand Lakes” Album on North American Tour appeared first on Prog Sphere.

This news story was originally published here: http://www.prog-sphere.com/news/amorphis-north-american-tour-2020/

Finnish melancholic progressive metal band, AMORPHIS, are proud to announce they will be hitting the road in celebration of their legendary 1994 release Tales From The Thousand Lakes. Each night the classic album will be played in its entirety. The 38-date trek will launch on September 11th with 3 shows at the Kingsland in Brooklyn before making stops in Worcester, West Hollywood and Atlanta before concluding in Hartford at The Webster Theater on October 26th! Joining the band are Entombed A.D. and Nervosa.

Esa Holopainen comments, “We are really stoked to celebrate Amorphis 30th anniversary in North America this fall. And hell yes, it will be really special tour. AMORPHIS will perform ‘Tales From The Thousand Lakes‘ album in its entirety. Do not miss this run as we have a killer line-up with Entombed AD and Nervosa supporting.

Tickets for the tour are now on sale at www.enterthevault.com

Confirmed dates for the AMORPHIS tour with ENTOMBED AD and NERVOSA are:

09/11/2020 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
09/12/2020 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
09/13/2020 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
09/14/2020 Montreal, QUE @ The Fairmount
09/15/2020 Quebec, QUE @ Le D’Auteuil
09/16/2020 Toronto, QUE @ MOD Club
09/18/2020 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
09/19/2020 Reading, PA @ Reverb
09/20/2020 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
09/22/2020 Milwaukee, WI @ Miramar Theater
09/23/2020 Des Moines, IA @ Vaudville Mews
09/24/2020 Belvidere, IL @ Apollo Theater
09/25/2020 Joliet, IL @ The Forge
09/26/2020 Minneapolis, MN @ The Cabooze
09/27/2020 Winnipeg, MB @ Park Theatre
09/29/2020 Edmonton, AB @ The Starlite Room
09/30/2020 Calgary, AB @ Dickens
10/02/2020 Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theater
10/03/2020 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
10/04/2020 Portland, Or @ Hawthorne Theatre
10/05/2020 Sacramento, CA @ Holy Diver
10/06/2020 Oakland, CA @ Oakland Metro Operahouse
10/07/2020 West Hollywood, ca @ Whisky A Go Go
10/08/2020 San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
10/09/2020 Tempe, AZ @ Club Red
10/11/2020 Denver, CO @ Hermans Hideaway
10/13/2020 Austin, TX @ Come & Take It Live!
10/14/2020 San Antonio, TX @ Rock Box
10/15/2020 Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
10/16/2020 Dallas, TX @ Trees
10/18/2020 Tampa, FL @ Orpheum
10/19/2020 West Palm Beach, FL @ Kelsey Theater
10/20/2020 Orlando, FL @ The Abbey
10/21/2020 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
10/22/2020 Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
10/23/2020 Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
10/24/2020 Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz
10/25/2020 Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater

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This week’s Prog-Watch features a lot of great, modern Prog Rock from Jan Akkerman, Karfagen, Low Roar, Rodney Matthews and Jeff Scheetz with Oliver Wakeman, Nick Magnus, and Frequent Flyers, and a “proggy”classic from Elton John! Plus, The Doctor, Rob Fisher, will be examining the debut album by the UK group Chasing the Monsoon!

709: Variety + Chasing the Monsoon Project on Progressive Discoveries

 

This news story was originally published here: https://www.prog-sphere.com/specials/choose-music-writing-essay/

Need to calm your busy mind so that you can focus on your essay? Then, choose the best beat to help you concentrate through your writing time. Enhance your cognitive abilities, including focus and attention span, with the right music. But, finding the right study music can be challenging in this age of information. Let us help you find your learning zone by selecting music with proven learning results. Our guidelines help you avoid spending a lot of time choosing songs. We’ll teach you how to customize a playlist to emphasize mood and atmosphere. Ace your term paper and exams!

Why music is important in learning

The effects of music on student learning and long-life success are undeniable. As a discipline, music offers individuals the chance to develop their skills. A growing body of literature confirms that music offers various positive learning outcomes. They include:

  • Improved language skills
  • Helps with emotional moderation
  • Enhances critical thinking
  • Better brain function
  • Promotes individuality and creativity

While music provides all these benefits, other external factors can impede learning outcomes. Tight schedules at school, work, and social circles are common hindrances in colleges. Different solutions can help students select the right music or another form of help. When you need writing help, always search for reliabel services as https://customessayorder.com/write-my-essay-for-me.php. So, if you are having concentration or essay problems, experts from this service can help.

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How does music help?

Apart from the earlier highlighted learning outcomes, music helps learners in other ways. Experts from the Arts Education Partnership noticed the following:

  • Music allows students with behavioral disorders to express themselves.
  • It encourages learners to work in teams
  • Music fosters a learner’s commitment and discipline.
  • It has therapeutic benefits for all.

Note that different music for learning realizes various benefits for the student. For example, music by R.A. Schumann improves the understanding of the listener. But music by J.S. Bach strengthens the learner’s intellectual abilities. In general, music is essential to human development and creative thinking.

Choosing a Genre

Some genres of music are better for studying than others. But, the difference in music taste makes it difficult to recommend a single type. Besides, context is essential. For example, busy environments demand high-energy music while quite ones with low-energy songs. One thing is for sure, don’t choose music with clear vocals. Speech interferes with the part of your brain processing language. So, select music with natural, instrumental, or synthetic sounds. Experts recommend such music for college as maintains your energy with minimal distraction. Consider looking at:

  • Jazz instrumentals
  • Orchestral music
  • Classical music
  • Video game soundtracks

With your selected genre, you can create any study environment you desire. Decide what is best for your study zone and choose the best music.

What is a white noise

Idea to Value defines white noise as a constant noise with equal power across all frequencies. A person can not hear any new sounds over white noise. Most writers find it soothing while a few don’t like it. The majority find it useful because it can mask other sounds. Of course, there are other colors within the spectrum of sound like pink noise, red, blue, among others. But, these different colors are suitable for other purposes. For example, pink noise is more subtle than white noise. Thus, it is ideal for sleeping. Ever heard the noise a fan makes in a quiet room. Offices, libraries, and coffee shops and hotels also use white noise to help people focus. If white noise isn’t your piece of cake, you can find other music alternatives. But, if you still lack the inspiration to write, https://essaywritingservice.ca/ can help you craft a perfect essay. Boost your grades by seeking writing help or advice on how to use music to your advantage.

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Modern electronic music

Depending on the music you like, electronic music can inspire your writing. Not all students have to listen to classical music to improve their concentration. Most modern electronic music like house, techno, or trance boost your energy level. So even if you are writing an essay on music or not, you still get the motivation you need. Get yourself in the mood by selecting modern electronic music with no vocals.

Classic for everyday

Classical music makes you feel motivated to write. Award-winning authors like Edmund White enjoy listening to classical music when writing. You don’t have to like classical music to enjoy its calming rewards. Stockinger confirms that its rhythm and flow are what help keep you focused. If you are still not feeling the flow, get help from PerfectEssay — best essay writing service of your choice. When you get your inspiration back, make sure your classics have clarity. The music you choose must allow you to tune in or out. Create your classical music playlist and fill those pages.

See, it’s quite simple. Choosing the right music for writing your essay should not be a hustle. Begin by identifying the genre you like, set the mood you prefer with white noise, and get started. If writing a novel, choose a soundtrack that matches your scene and characters. It is also okay to write with total quiet. We all have different needs, and some of us appreciate silence. But sometimes, it may not be enough to set you off the mark. In such situations, be smart and find writing help from expert writers.

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