terça-feira, 30 de junho de 2009

Frank Zappa

Frank Zappa com 22 anos em um programa de TV, tocando bicicletas, será que alguém na platéia podia adivinhar o que estava por vir?
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Obrigado André Abujamra!

Na real

Adão Iturrusgarai

quinta-feira, 25 de junho de 2009


Trailer da última animação de Hayao Miyazaki, Ponyo - Toda a técnica poesia e talento do mestre:

Estúdio Ghibli

quinta-feira, 18 de junho de 2009

terça-feira, 9 de junho de 2009

segunda-feira, 8 de junho de 2009


A revista americana Good publicou um gráfico interativo com viagens famosas de exploradores e escritores que viraram clássicos como “On The Road“, de Jack Kerouac, “Moby Dick“, de Herman Melville, e “Volta Ao Mundo em 80 Dias“, de Jules Verne.
Bon voyage.

Do blog : Blogdaestante

sexta-feira, 5 de junho de 2009

Koko Taylor

R.i.p. Koko Taylor! Música da abertura de Coração Selvagem de David Lynch:

terça-feira, 2 de junho de 2009


Zu, banda Italiana produzida por Mike Patton. Baixo, bateria e sax quebrando tudo, do album Carboniferous a música Ostia.

"Zu, the Roman metal/math/no-wave/free noise/punk/jazz trio, is perhaps best known in the US as a band who have had an unbelievable line-up of recording partners which includes The Stooges’ Steve Mackay, Fugazi’s Joe Lally and Guy Picciotto, Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore, Can’s Damo Suzuki, jazz masters Ken Vandermark and Mats Gustafsson, percussionists Han Bennink and Hamid Drake, improvisationalist Eugene Chadbourne and the like-minded Nobukazu Takemura. Now making their Ipecac debut, Carboniferous follows a year of performing overseas with label owner Mike Patton and features contributions from both the aforementioned Patton and The Melvins’ King Buzzo. Further cementing the Ipecac – Zu relationship is the rumored new BigBand, this one coupling Zu and dälek.
The Italian trio of Jacopo Battaglia (drums), Massimo Pupillo (bass) and Luca T. Mai (saxophone) formed in 1999 after having worked together in local theater. Driven by a punk rock work ethic, Zu have played an astounding number of over 1,000 gigs worldwide including Europe, North America, Asia, Russia, and even Africa. The have released fourteen albums to date.

“…combining the abstractions of Sonic Youth with the out-there explorations of the best free jazz” – The Times

“Musically they’re one mind only, ever-so-slightly inconvenienced by the necessity of being spit into 3 bodies. Their post-human tightness and devious compositions have carried them across the world’s ocean, and attracted collaborators ranging from free-jazz legends to the godfathers of experimental sludge” Rock-A-Rolla