May 6, 2012

Moondaze 1219


Hello, another post inspired by what happened today.. The moon is set to get a lot bigger tonight - at least from our perspective on Earth. The moon will appear bigger and brighter - sky-watchers promise this 'supermoon' will be 16 per cent brighter than most when it begins today at 3.35pm GMT, 11.35am EDT. At 11.34pm, the moon will be about 221,802 miles from Earth - about 15,300 miles closer than average. Full Moons vary in size because of the oval shape of the Moon's orbit. It is an ellipse with one side (perigee) about 50,000 km closer to Earth than the other (apogee). Nearby perigee moons are about 14% bigger and 30% brighter than lesser moons that occur on the apogee side of the Moon's orbit.And the 'Supermoon' - the nickname for a perigee full moon, closer to the Earth than usual - could cause tides to rise around the world as the moon's close 'fly past' exerts 42 per cent more tidal force.

All the teenagers will be out looking for "sexy werewolves" aauuuw

Some Moondaze then ...

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Although electronica had its fair share of chillout classics prior to the debut of Air, they were musicians in a producer's world, and while no one could ever accuse their music of being danceable, it delivered the emotional power of great dance music even while pushing the barriers of what "electronica" could or should sound like. The opener, "La Femme d'Argent," is an otherworldly beginning, with a slinky bassline evoking Serge Gainsbourg's Histoire de Melody Nelson and a slow glide through seven minutes of growing bliss. The vocoderized "Remember" relaunched a wave of robot pop that hadn't been heard in almost 20 years, and the solos for harmonica and French horn on "Ce Matin La" made the Bacharach comparisons direct. Unlike most electronica producers, Air had musical ideas that stretched beyond samplers or keyboards, and Moon Safari found those ideas wrapped up in music that was engaging, warm, and irresistible.


Air - Moon Safari (flac 264mb)

01 La Femme D'Argent 7:11
02 Sexy Boy 4:58
03 All I Need 4:28
04 Kelly Watch The Stars 3:45
05 Talisman 4:16
06 Remember 2:34
07 You Make It Easy 4:01
08 Ce Matin Là 3:39
09 New Star In The Sky 5:40
10 Le Voyage De Pénélope 3:10

Air - Moon Safari (ogg 92mb)

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The subgenre of dark acoustic or dark folk keeps fascinating . On the one hand, it harbours some of the most direct and and powerful musical expressions of romanticism, melancholy and nature mysticism that can be found in popular music. On the other hand, it is a limited and stagnant musical idiom that can annoy as much as delight with its pathos.

This haunting two-CD set compiles acoustic-based, melancholy tracks by a variety of black metal, folk-metal, and experimentally minded metal bands from the European scene. Some tracks, like Empyrium's "The Days Before the Fall,"  they go from gently picked acoustic guitars to louder sections with prominent keyboard lines underpinning the hard rock riffs; others, like the rare Ulver song "Synen," aren't metal at all, but soft, almost madrigal-like folk melodies, with mournful strings and choral vocals. There are lots of strings, and Scandinavian traditional drums, to be heard, and some tracks, like Musk Ox's "Solstice" and October Fall's "Viima," blend nature sounds with the music. This is a perfect album to put on during a long moonlite night, but those looking to bang their heads will be sorely disappointed.


VA - Whom the Moon a Nightsong Sings (flac 272mb)

101 Vàli – Hoestmelankoli 1:29
102 Empyrium – The Days Before The Fall 5:38
103 Nest – Summer Storm (Acoustic) 5:22
104 Nebelung – Ich Würd Es Hören 4:39
105 October Falls – Viima 3:51
106 Ainulindalë – A Year Of Silence 4:49
107 Les Discrets – 5 Montée Des Épies 1:48
108 Les Discrets – Après L'Ombre 4:30
109 Musk Ox – Solstice 4:47
110 Havnatt – Dagen Og Natta 6:59
111 Dornenreich – Dem Wind Geboren 4:31
112 Vàli – Haredans I Fjellheimen 1:10

VA - Whom the Moon a Nightsong Sings (ogg 114mb)

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VA - Whom the Moon a Nightsong Sings 2 (flac 274mb)

201 Nhor – Upon The Wind Its Wings Beat Sorrow Into The Stars 3:50
202 Ulver – Synen 5:05
203 Neun Welten – Pan 8:33
204 Tenhi – Kausienranta 5:56
205 Bauda – Ocaso (Acoustic) 3:48
206 Orplid – Stille (Demo) 4:34
207 Nucleus Torn – Krähenkönigin III 5:24
208 Lönndom – Språnget Ur Ursprunget 3:30
209 Syven – How Fare The Gods? 14:10

VA - Whom the Moon a Nightsong Sings 2 (ogg 119mb)

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Until 1996 Clint Mansell was best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the British alternative rock band Pop Will Eat Itself. After PWEI disbanded he began a successful solo career as a soundtrack composer. In 1996  Mansell ventured into creating his first films soundtrack for Darren Aronofsky's debut film, π. Placing his compositions among the works by Autechre, Orbital and Aphex Twin (among many others), Mansell set off on a new path in writing cinematic music. Two years later, in 2000, Mansell became a star composer among the cult followers, with his soundtrack release for Aronofsky's Requiem for a Dream performed by the Kronos Quartet. The rest is history, the track "Lux Aeterna", used in Requiem, was re-arranged, renamed "Requiem for a Tower" and used as the trailer for The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.  A listing of his Score work World Traveler [2002], Abandon [2002] , Sahara [2005] , Doom [2005] , The Fountain [2006] , Smokin' Aces [2007] , Murd3r 8y Num8ers  [2008] , Definitely, Maybe [2008] , Moon [2009],  Black Swan [2010], Faster [2010] , Last Night [2012]


Clint Mansell – Moon (Original Score) (flac 246mb)

01 Welcome To Lunar Industries 7:12
02 Two Weeks And Counting... 2:00
03 I'm Sam Bell 3:45
04 I'm Sam Bell, Too... 5:05
05 Memories (Someone You'll Never Know) 4:53
06 Are You Receiving? 3:18
07 Can't Get There From Here 3:17
08 "We're Not Programs, Gerty, We're People" 5:10
09 The Nursery 3:46
10 Sacrifice 3:03
11 We're Going Home 3:42
12 Welcome To Lunar Industries (Three Year Stretch...) 10:04

Clint Mansell – Moon (Original Score) (ogg 120mb)

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elsewhere

Clint Mansell - OST The Fountain ( 93mb )

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