Where were we? Questioning the so called “urbanists”? Well that was earlier today over on the Organ’s sister blog at Cultivate, but it would equally as relevant here, we need our creative spaces open for everyone. Where were we? Busy doing it… Here’s some music, som animation, some art and some links, do what you will with whatever interests you..
Before we so post up the links and things for you to explore, a word for a working class here lost today, Bob Crow, union leader, a man of principle, a man who care about something beyond his own career, one of the last great socialists, a man who will be missed, Bob Crow passed away today, we shall miss is stance, we shall miss his voice, we shall miss him (and arguing about him)
Here’s some music, some art, some animation, some creativity, without creativity, there is nothing, do something before you can’t and things are all tied up in knots and sitting behind your desk for the rest of your life ….
Sleaford Mods – Tied Up In Nottz from their new album Divide And Exit….
I don’t know who Steve Cutts is, there might be an animator around here somewhere who does, like his style though, his work crossed our path today (is that really what happened to Roger Rabbit?)
A short hand-drawn animation created in Adobe Flash and After Effects about one man’s reflection on his life. Music by Guided by Voices.
And here’s some glorious beauty from HUMAN PYRAMIDS,,,
Led by Scottish composer and multi-instrumentalist Paul Russell, Human Pyramids are an eclectic outfit whose creative output melds the worlds of jubilant chamber music and post-punk with exquisite results.
Taken from their upcoming, self-produced debut album ‘Planet Shhh!’, set for release on April 28th, ‘Tall Tales’ is an exuberant introduction to the outfit’s sound.
CULTIVATE EVOLVED, March First Thursday, including Emma Harvey’s International Women’s Day wall that;s in place for all of March