Posts Tagged ‘Music’

Hannah Marshall carrega como marca estética o preto e branco, traduzido num profundo e lindo trabalho de arte.

Descobri ela através do Instagram, por conta das conexões com Romy (The XX) e Savages. O trabalho dela no Instagram apresenta uma bela composição de posts trípticos, Texto + Video + Foto.

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FEATURE. I was asked to be involved in SEINE magazine, an annual print publication exploring women in their creative spaces. Featuring a series of interviews and portraits of influential and successful women in the arts, SEINE explores how the different spaces we inhabit can influence creative practice. “Since touring the world with her girlfriends band, Hannah Marshall left behind a successful career in fashion design and propelled herself into the music industry as a visual artist and creative director. It is apparent, however, that music has always been intrinsic in Marshall’s work. Predominantly known for her all-black aesthetic, she has previously designed bespoke clothing for musicians such as Savages, The xx, Florence Welch and Janet Jackson. With a strong focus on female musicians, Marshall has more recently directed her first music video.” Millie Grace Horton, SEINE magazine. Other women featured include: Annie Leibovitz, Katerina Jebb, Jane Birkin, Tallulah Harlech, Zoe Bedeaux, Alex Box, Antonia Marsh, Tati Compton, Julie Anne Stanzak, Amanda Harlech, Polly Brown, Anna Burns, Jessamine-Bliss Bell, Sarah Kathryn Cleaver, Drake Burnette, Claire Barrow, Rauwanne Northcott and Hannah Martin. Photo: Millie Grace Horton [@milliegracehorton for @seine.magazine] . . . . . #hannahmarshall #hannahmarshallvisualart #visualartist #visualart #creativedirector #blackminimalism #allblack #blackandwhite #monochrome #bw #bnw #womeninmusic #music #livemusic #seinemagazine

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Não consigo pensar em muitas coisas que toquem minha alma e movam minha vida tanto quanto a música. Na trilha sonora do dia a dia, algumas artistas atingiram um status tão importante na minha vida, ajudando a sobreviver em diferentes momentos. Para cada uma dessas mulheres fantásticas, gostaria de fazer um sincero agradecimento pessoalmente, felizmente para 2 eu  já consegui.

Iniciei o ano que morei em Amsterdam (nov/2014 – nov/2015) conhecendo uma pessoa fantasticamente criativa e culturalmente produtiva da atualidade, e encerrei meu período em terras europeias conhecendo outra musa inspiradora, ícone, de também grandioso destaque criativo.

Camille Berthomier (Jehnny Beth) e Patricia Lee Smith (Patti Smith), a meu ver, se assemelham em diversos aspectos da mais pura e sincera criatividade artística, com um ativismo inspirador e energético em tudo que se envolvem, mas, principalmente, se assemelham na bondade. Talvez, futuramente, se minha preguiça permitir, cada uma ganhe um post neste blog, pois a arte subversiva delas mexe com minha alma e forma parte do que sou.

As imagens do meu celular de péssima qualidade servem apenas como um registro para me lembrar dos momentos mágicos que pude compartilhar na presença delas, e da atenção com que ouviram o meu “thank you” e retornaram com sorriso no rosto e sinceridade, agradecendo a mim também.

Nunca conseguiram contabilizar quantxs elxs eram, só se sabe que não eram muitxs e eram pálidxs. Viviam num lugar de eterna neblina, paredes cinzas e retas. A grama era verde, bem verde, e úmida. Talvez numa colina esquecida em algum canto do mundo. Era um ambiente autossustentável – plantavam e colhiam os nutrientes que necessitavam, supriam as necessidades fisiológicas e afetivas de contato físico através do sexo, e alimentavam o cérebro com uma droga poderosa que saía dos headphones que nunca tiravam, pra nada. Pois ninguém precisa mais do que comida, sexo e música.

[ethereal_souls] Luceni Hellebrandt (2015)

A couple of days ago I took a trip with my girlfriend to some places in UK.
The place I was more excited to know was Manchester, for obvious music-passion reasons.
You can ignore my terrible face (not-so-terrible because of my dream-come-true smile) and see me in 5 important places in Manchester – the music Factory. ^^

Salford Lads Club

Salford Lads Club: where the legendary photo for the cover of “The Queen Is Dead” Smiths’ album was shooted.

(former) Fac 51 The Haçienda

(former) Fac 51 The Haçienda: (was) a legendary nightclub, born place of “madchester” movement and acid culture.

Macclesfield Cemetery

Macclesfield Cemetery: Ian Curtis’ memorial stone.

King's Road 384

King’s Road 384: Morrissey’s old house.

The Iron Bridge

The Iron Bridge: mentioned in “Still Ill” The Smiths song.

The Scottish band formed by the Reid brothers in the 80’s are a tough one.

Mixing introspective, chaotic, drugged, nihilistic lyrics with noise guitars, Jim Reid (the singer brother) said once that the band was influenced by the bad music from the 80’s…once it was just crap music running on the radios, he and his brother (William) decided to start a band. The result: The Jesus And Mary Chain

Last year, I finally could see them live. Probably that performance was far from one of the best J&MC’s concerts, with a lot of sound return problems annoying Jim, besides some interruptions to little fight/chats with William, but magic also happens: At the first chords of “Happy When It Rains”, started to rain!!!

It will be always a beautiful memory for me. You can see the entire concert here:

And, if you want to really know the subversive of J&MC, I recomend you to listen at least the first 3 records:
– Psychocandy;
– Darklands;
– Barbed Wire Kisses.

[and the fall was impossible to resist]


Linea Aspera (2012)

you can listen it here

[Sadness is Rebellion]


Lebanon Hanover (2013)

you can listen it here