I've recently watched the movie "Passengers", and I was surprised that a film with basically two characters can still be exciting and have a good story. Add to that the ambiguous moral choice that Chris Pratt's character makes, and you have an interesting story. But there is more to this particular tale than meets the eye.
Finally, after quite a while, the Arhythmology album will be out - FRIDAY, 05.05
Music has always been an important part of my life, ever since I was a kid. And for me, the most favorite of musical "forms" has been the album. An album is like one long song, and when there's a unifying theme it really becomes an interesting journey within and without.
For a long time now, I've been a great admirer of Hans Zimmer's music, and although I'm most certainly not the only one, after a bit of research and a lot of listening, I've came to a few interesting conclusions regarding two of Zimmer's best known works: the score for The Dark Knight Trilogy and for Man of Steel.
With all that's going on these days, it got me thinking about why do people really go to war?
She smiled at me. She looked at me with dazzling eyes and I thought I could finally make her mine. But behind all that appeared - I learned - lies a presence so powerful.
Three years ago I was a cover band musician, playing in clubs and pubs for people who were mostly drunk. It wasn't ideal, but it paid the rent and now - in retrospect, I think it's one of the best things that happened to me. Welcome to this week's article which will discuss how this 'troubadour life' helped me in my musical undertakings by understanding the foundations of music.
Last week I went on a short trip to Firenze, in the beautiful hills of Tuscany.
This weekend I visited my parents.
Everybody wants a piece of you. That's always so true.