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Music and quickening

Friday, 13 April 2012 7:36:00 pm Australia/Melbourne

Meet Harry
A gentleman from an earlier age who is bought back to life with music ...

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Posted in Opinions By Rab Turner

Remixing

Saturday, 20 September 2014 11:33:00 am Australia/Melbourne

Our own Mr Brett and I tend to be at odds over music and what we play in the store. He gets all high and mighty, like having a degree in music and years as a professional musician means he knows anything...

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Posted in Opinions By Tom Jolly

Music of the comet...

Saturday, 15 November 2014 7:08:00 am Australia/Melbourne

Music is clearly an important thing the whole solar system over. Rosetta's recent comet investigation has revealed that it is actually pulsing magnetically. Speed it up a little and we get an avant garde drum track...

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Posted in Opinions By Tom Jolly

Own the music

Friday, 27 February 2015 5:35:00 pm Australia/Melbourne

So we have for some time been watching that treasure of personal music ownership being removed not only from the hands of the consumer but also from the performer. The industry pundits are convinced that our entertainment future is in the cloud, led by the convenience and accessibility of virtual music and video.

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Posted in Opinions By Rab Turner

Roads to Moscow

Friday, 19 February 2016 11:11:00 pm Australia/Melbourne

We all have that seminal piece of music that strikes us at a certain age and stays with us forever as part of the epiphany of adulthood. Sure I went through playing Black Sabbath at max volume when I was 14 … but that music never really stuck, it was a glandular experience rather than an education.

For me that piece of music had to wait until 19 years of age in my second year at university … along with a number of other significant life experiences …

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Posted in Opinions By Rab Turner

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