I’m looking forward to 2022. As for 2021, it was another uphill battle to experience. I have discovered so many things about myself and about the environment surrounding me during this strife amongst this pandemic. But, what transpired was the unveiling of my strengths and weaknesses. How they taught me to become the individual I am to be. Bodhi Ryuchai! All I want to say … Continue reading Last Day of 2021….
In winter of 2019, I lived in Seattle, Washington at the time. I drove from Tacoma to Seattle one night to watch the performance of Lingua Ignota and The Daughters. The atmosphere was grand. I have never been inside this legendary club called Nemo’s. Everything was beautiful that night. I saw Lingua’s exhilarating performance and I caught four songs of The Daughter’s spazzatic noise-to-the-walls noisegaze … Continue reading Prevention of the Culture of Violence
Dark electronics artist Territoire just performed another gloomy audiostream courtesy of Encaja 2 via Teatro Jovellanos program a few weeks ago. I’m still in awe of his audiostream performance on Roadburn Redux 2021 this past April. I wrote about it in my Roadburn Redux post. This performance had a small audience in attendance. Compared to his Roadburn Redux performance, it was a little toned down. … Continue reading Territoire performed in Gijon for Encaja 2 via Teatro Jovellanos
Anne Sulikowski has a YouTube channel. Anne’s YouTube channel has been devoted lately to pedal demos. She has been creating videos of her pedal demos, plus her music projects (Building Castle Out of Matchsticks/Anne Sulikowski), for over 6 or 7 years. I have followed Anne on Instagram for over 3 years. Apparently, there is a current issue with YouTube showing ads during certain YouTube videos … Continue reading (((Sonic Nurse’s YouTube Channel)))
I was excited to watch this documentary advertised on Instagram page of nowness. The name of this film is Disciples. With the recent surge in right-wing politics, it was only a matter of time when the term “Skinhead” would make it way on national headlines. I’m a fan of hardcore punk, black metal, experimental metal and grindcore, etc. There exist skinheads in the confines of … Continue reading Lights, Camera & Sound: Disciples, a short film about the Malaysian Skinhead culture
I have been presented with an opportunity to air my own radio show courtesy of HKCR ONLINE RADIO out of Hong Kong. This will be a monthly show I will air. With a mix of the best international extreme underground music existing from decades before to now. G.E.E.T.A. Windstorm show will feature music from Ambient, Drone, Doom, Black, and Classical Experimental/Metal/Electronics/Gaze genres! It’s a genre … Continue reading HKCR ONLINE RADIO PRESENT: G.E.E.TA. WINDSTORM SHOW
Finally, I had time today to experience a taste of the film feature at past Cannes Film Festivals. These shorts and feature films mark the anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival. From July 6th until July 17th you have an opportunity to watch some of these films free of charge. They have closed-caption and subtitles available in a English, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Portuguese, … Continue reading Light, Camera & Sound: My French Film Festival via Cannes
Tomorrow on HKCR Online radio, my ambient metal project Marishiten and María E. Pérez’s Vermillion Project will broadcast on the Yadim Hell Storm hour between the times of 6 pm to 7 pm HKT (in the US & South America this is 3am PST to 6 am EST). María E. Pérez has created drone and ecoacoustic music since 2016 with the Vermillion Project. I was … Continue reading HKCR Online Radio presents: Marishiten & Vermillion Project
I follow an instagram page called Proposal For All. As written in its instagram page the mission statement is as follows: An artistic community of spaces dedicated to the production of new ideas. Located in a picturesque vision of the coastal Pacific Northwest. Furthermore, Proposal For All website is dedicated to the idea of using a creative space with a format (like, architecture, engineering and … Continue reading Proposal For All: Green Architecture in Africa becoming the new structural phenom?
I remembered when I heard of Roadburn back in the early 2000’s. Mainly, because of bands like Neurosis, Red Sparrows, Jesu, and Isis to name a few. The first music festival I ever went to was Lalapolooza ’91. I was 16 years old metal punker living in Cary, North Carolina. I never saw so many punks, freaks like me at one event – even, I … Continue reading Roadburn Festival: Two Decades of a Sonic Atom in Transmission……