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Whatever happened to... Dark White

Whatever happened to... Dark White

2012-02-25 / savetier / Reads: 2636

Whatever happened to... ...is a column about lost and forgotten legends from the Dark Scene since the late 70s. Those musicians may have been forgotten because of different reasons. My aim is, to bring them back to life by researching, what happened to them and by preserving information about...

Whatever happened to... Algebra Suicide

Whatever happened to... Algebra Suicide

2012-01-28 / savetier / Reads: 3373

Whatever happened to... ...is a column about lost and forgotten legends from the dark scene since the late 70s. Those musicians may have been forgotten because of different reasons. My aim is, to bring them back to life by researching, what happened to them and by preserving...

Whatever happened to... Venus in Furs

Whatever happened to... Venus in Furs

2012-01-19 / savetier / Reads: 4039

Whatever happened to... ...is a column about lost and forgotten legends from the dark scene since the late 70s. Those musicians may have been forgotten because of different reasons. My aim is, to bring them back to life by researching, what happened to them and by preserving information about them...

Music or fast food? Make your own choice

Music or fast food? Make your own choice

2011-03-07 / Wendy Troy / Reads: 3628

If you'd ask an average person about what he listens to, the answer probably will be – music. If the question is more precise, you will hear – everything. After such response, another question comes to mind. This time, names of formations and bands, which is a natural reaction, because...

In the grip of artistic powerlessness

In the grip of artistic powerlessness

2011-03-05 / rhapthorne / Reads: 2859

Shark is a fish so peculiar that it must swim in order to live. It is unable to pump water through the gills, so the flow has to be performed automatically when the shark swims. It does not have a swim bladder, therefore a prolonged lack of movement leads...

With brush of music, on canvas of imagination.

With brush of music, on canvas of imagination.

2010-03-23 / SiNiC / Reads: 2839

Since the beginning of art. (well, let’s say from the Middle Ages forward), musicians always tried to accentuate their individuality with their ‘clothes’. Many centuries had passed and yet the situation stays the same. The reason for this, I think, is the existence of the concept of competition. It’s not...


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