The power of focused human attention

Choice comments — “This concert was in East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall. There was a lot of political tension surrounding the concert. Times were changing. It was a huge crowd with 1% of the entire country in the audience. It was broadcast all throughout East Germany and represented tearing down the … Read more

Floydian weirdness at Pompeii

What was the purpose of this?  Merely to do something relatively ‘new’? It is curious the first item brought in was the gong; accompanied by gong bong sound as intro. Along with orange scent, gong sound almost uniformly sends EEG brain wave measurements off-chart high. Comments: “This has to be one of those very rare … Read more

The Wild Anomalies in Helter Skelter, The Most Controversial Beatles Song

The intertwining of music and true crime has fascinated audiences for decades, and one of the most infamous connections is between the Beatles’ song “Helter Skelter” and the Charles Manson “The Family” murder case. In this blog post, we delve into the history of the song and its eerie connection to the Manson murders, exploring … Read more

How Corruption and Greed Led to the Downfall of Rock Music – Jim Barber, Rick Beato

“You both could not have articulated this any better. This is an incredibly transparent documentary of what the radio/music industry was and has turned into. A “must watch” for all artists. Thank you for this!” Corporations epitomize sociopathy / psychopathy because they are required by law to do everything legally possible to gain money for … Read more

“If it isn’t recorded, it doesn’t exist” — The One Thing Every Influential Guitar Tone Has In Common

“I love how you have created a goldmine of fantastic guitar youtube content by doing 1 simple thing no one has ever thought to do in the history of guitar youtube: Apply critical thinking skills.” “You’re the hero the guitar community didn’t want, but the hero we so desperately need.” “I’m curious about the 43 … Read more

Must-Know Drum Grooves w/ Greg Bissonette / Rick Beato

  THE DRUMS (1935-2022) | THE GROOVES YOU NEED TO KNOW (feat. Gregg Bissonette)   === Drum rhythms and grooves are the heartbeat of music, providing the foundation for songs across various genres and styles. From rock and jazz to funk and Latin music, drummers play a vital role in shaping the feel and … Read more

Bruce Springsteen – You Never Can Tell — Leipzig 2013-0707 — Vibrance, liveliness, power

Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, known for its rock and roll prowess, also has a notable horn section that adds a distinctive layer to their sound. The inclusion of horns, particularly saxophones, has been a defining feature of their music. Clarence Clemons, the original saxophonist, was a central figure, providing iconic solos and a dynamic … Read more

Mark Devlin: “Music’s Mind-Control and Military Connections” May 2023

Why should there be any kind of connection at all among music, mind-control and the military, if music is all about entertainment? The world is the way that it is, is because it has been set up to be that way. Governments don’t run nations; they all answer to higher powers. From the video comments: … Read more

Weaponization of Sound – Mark Devlin

RE: mark devlin “weaponization of sound”, describing military weapons (lrad, v2k voice-to-skull, etc), cultural manipulation, and involvement of military-intelligence in major bands. ~15:00: “Music has been getting dumber.” — Mark Devlin, Million Song Dataset An mp3 encoding, electronically inverted and then added to its original source file results in a readily perceptible and discernible-quality version … Read more

Adorno’s radio phenomenology – Technical reproduction, physiognomy and music

Abstract Adorno’s phenomenological study of radio offers a sociology of music in a political and cultural context. Situating that phenomenology in the context of Adorno’s philosophical background and the world political circumstances of Adorno’s collaboration with Paul Lazarsfeld on the Princeton Radio Project, illuminates both Adorno’s Current of Music and the Dialectic of Enlightenment with … Read more

House of the Rising Sun (Animals) Cover, Sina (drums)

A Wonderful exploration of Dynamics, Soul, Emotion, Licks, Jam, Goove, Pocket and indeed Some Kind of Mojo Channeling! — Live Performance Music how it Should Be. From the comments: “Dynamics. Power. Magic. Now THAT is emotive! VERY TASTY sizzle foot pops on the hat, from 4:26” “Please, Please more like this one. I’m an … Read more

An excellent rendition of Dire Straits’ “Sultans of Swing”

“On August 18, 2022, I had the fortune of encountering Aryeh and Gil Gat again, whom I first encountered four years prior. This time I did it right: I recorded horizontally AND I stayed to listen to over a dozen songs. ”   === “Sultans of Swing” is a song by the British rock … Read more

Alex Van Halen, Ginger Baker & Carmine Appice on Drumming in Cream

Ginger Baker, born Peter Edward Baker, was an English drummer and one of the most influential and widely recognized figures in the history of rock music. He is best known for his work as the drummer for the rock bands Cream and Blind Faith, as well as his innovative and influential drumming style. Here are … Read more

Major Key to Our Reality — Beatles Psyop Summary

Sage of Quay / Mike Williams gives a tremendous summary not just of Beatles and the MK surrounding them but in fact infused throughout our reality.  This is really a must-listen.

Let’s Talk Music welcomes Stewart Copeland

Abstract   45:15 in: “This is worth it. Those eighty-thousand people. That kinetic ritual. That electricity that comes to the stage, that the artist reflects back — that shamanism. You know, we get a rhythm going, and you’ve got this mass of humanity with you. That’s quite intoxicating.”   Content   Published on Feb 16, … Read more

The Bernard Purdie Interview: Steely Dan, Aretha Franklin & “The Purdie Shuffle” Great comment: “So So refreshing, the slop, NO CLICK TRACK, totally human space, air, feel, slosh, groove. ”   Bernard “Pretty” Purdie is a highly acclaimed American drummer known for his influential contributions to popular music, particularly in the genres of funk, soul, jazz, and rock. He is renowned for his distinctive groove, impeccable … Read more

Superb Info on Sessions, Tone, Guitars, Amps

Guitar amp tone refers to the specific sound characteristics produced by an amplifier when connected to an electric guitar. This tone can be influenced by various factors, including the type of amplifier (tube, solid-state, or digital), the settings on the amplifier (such as gain, volume, bass, midrange, treble, presence, etc.), the guitar being used, the … Read more

Mark Devlin: Is This The End Of Music? can’t be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: Mark Devlin: Is This The End Of Music? (   Mark Devlin is a British author, DJ, and public speaker known for his work on the topics of music industry manipulation, mind control, and the occult symbolism present in the entertainment industry. While Devlin’s views have garnered … Read more

“A lot of us came to this business because of sound quality…” – Bernie Grundman

~ 16:50 into Steely Dan Aja UHQR w/ Fagen, Grundman, Schnee, Kassem, Kaplan: Discuss Recording and Reissue CHAIRMAN AT THE BOARD book on Amazon The album “Aja” by Steely Dan is widely regarded as a landmark album in the realm of jazz-rock and fusion music. Released in 1977, “Aja” represents a high point in … Read more

What Music Do Animals Like?

What Music Do Animals Like? Research published today by the American Psychological Association has shown that chimpanzees prefer listening to West African akan and North Indian raga over listening to silence. What does this say about the evolutionary purpose of music? Previous work by McDermott and Hauser showed that when tamarins and marmosets were given … Read more

Oh my Little China Girl   The phrase “Oh my little China Girl” references the song “China Girl” co-written by David Bowie and Iggy Pop. Initially appearing on Iggy Pop’s 1977 album “The Idiot,” it became more widely known through David Bowie’s version released on his 1983 album “Let’s Dance.” The song’s lyrics tell the story of a complex, … Read more

Musical rhythm spectra from Bach to Joplin obey a 1/f power law

Much of our enjoyment of music comes from its balance of predictability and surprise. Musical pitch fluctuations follow a 1/f power law that precisely achieves this balance. Musical rhythms, especially those of Western classical music, are considered highly regular and predictable, and this predictability has been hypothesized to underlie rhythm’s contribution to our enjoyment of … Read more

Music and Music Videos, Then vs Now – Mark Devlin

Here’s my newly-extended presentation on ‘the mind control manipulations and satanic agenda of the mainstream music industry.’ Yes, you read that correctly! This was recorded at the Changing Times event in West Sussex on 21st March, and subjects covered include occult symbolism in music videos, predictive programming, mind-controlled artists, Illuminati rituals, production techniques, degenerative lyrics, … Read more