Monthly Archives: December 2017

Wakas Khan and Neha Choksi: Two epic exhibitions in the heart of Manchester — MrAshleyHowson

Complexly crafted drawings using millions of pen marks by Wakas Khan and a multi-channel film by Neha Choksi are exhibited at the Mosley Street art gallery in the heart of Manchester. Curator Natasha Howes talks to Ash Howson about the … Continue reading

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2017 / Brazil

Originally posted on Ban Ban Ton Ton:
The job of releasing Brazilian music internationally continues to be dominated by two parties: Far Out Recordings and Mr. Bongo. My friends at Far Out, for a long time now, have been focussed…

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The Apprehension Engine: An Instrument Designed to Play the Music of Nightmares

Movie composer Mark Korven   wanted to craft the perfect sounds for horror movies, but the instruments he needed didn’t exist, and he was tired of using the same digital samples. To produce the original effects needed for evoking breathtaking moments of … Continue reading

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The Advanced Pre Ice Age Civilizations that Vanished From Earth [FULL VIDEO]

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Originally posted on Trevor Burton:
<img src=”“> Cormorant stretching its wings on Croxton Flash on the Trent and Mersey canal, Middlewich, Cheshire, UK. Check out New Mystery Thriller “CAUGHT IN A TRAP” on Amazon More at Website

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Native American elder speaks

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How odors are turned into long-term memories –

The neuroscientists Dr Christina Strauch and Prof Dr Denise Manahan-Vaughan from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum have investigated which brain area is responsible for storing odours as long-term memories. Some odours can trigger memories of experiences from years back. The current study … Continue reading

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Farewell by ESMA

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Tatsuya Tanaka Continues Building Tiny Worlds in his Daily Miniature Calendar Photo Project

Since April 2011, art director and photographer Tatsuya Tanaka’s imagination has built a magnificent number of miniature worlds (previously here and here). Through the artist’s clever lens, everyday activities like construction work, walking the dog, getting a parking ticket, and … Continue reading

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cities are for the elderly too

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