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Miracle Makers International Film Festival – Open for Submissions

Miracle Makers International Film Festival

FILM: Miracle Makers International Film Festival is a brand new, brave, and determined (just like you) - series of events geared at showcasing film and media that make you 'believe'.

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The Musee de Caravalho in Review by Miranda Seaver Caravalho

The Musee de Caravalho In Review

VISUAL: These days, it’s vital to think about perspective. It’s been about a year since the start of the COVID-19 lockdown and - if I’m being completely honest - I’m sick of talking about it.

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Karl Montevirgen: Broken Machines – Album Release – Online

Karl Montevirgen: Broken Machines

MUSIC: Broken Machines is a mini-album by experimental composer and guitarist Karl Montevirgen.

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RELEASE: Tim Patterson – Like Style, Dig?: The Music of John Bergamo | Innova Recordings

A Tribute to a Percussion Luminary Innova Recordings | Buy Music John Bergamo (1940–2013) was a composer and performer at the forefront of the exploration of the timbral possibilities of percussion music. Forging the vocabulary of bowing, harmonics, and unconventional mallets into a body of solo and chamber works, Bergamo significantly expanded the percussion repertoire while …

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RELEASE: Matt Davignon – Is Sticks and Rocks (Remixes)

12 different artists were invited to use the sounds from Matt’s 4 drum machine albums as building blocks for new songs. Sirens 01:05 The Fnord AM Music (by Toaster) 05:30 Reliving Things (by Tim Walters) 02:56 Snake Eater (by Jonathan Segel) 04:14 The Freshwater Firefly’s Soft Polyps (by Myles Boisen) 03:20 Melodica (by Matt Davignon) …

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REVIEW: COH featuring Little Annie | We Dream In Colour Series (2012)

COH featuring Little Annie | We Dream In Colour Series (2012)

by Andrew M. Reichart, Published: 2012-03-09 COH feat. Little Annie, “I’m Curious Yellow” Apply the verse, spooky piano, you can’t say delicate and subtle as best I can in wouldn’t accuse a, so I’d say the insanity. That being it is that I’m case of my own audience for this experience, understand why two times …

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REVIEW: Robin Storey and Dead Voices On Air #3 (2012)

Robin Storey and Dead Voices On Air #3 (2012)

by Andrew M. Reichart, Published: 2012-03-02 Robin Storey and Mark Spybey, “With an Ear and a Why” Subterranean soundscape and flitting voices of alien spirits whispering in darkness, crooning to one another, grumbling, humbugging, snoring, pleading. Some king of angels now make themselves known, having overseen events heretofore. One of these angels is a Vangelis …

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REVIEW: Edward Kaspel and Dead Voices On Air #2 (2012)

Edward Kaspel and Dead Voices On Air #2 (2012)

by Andrew M. Reichart, Published: 2012-02-24 Edward Kaspell and Mark Spybey, “The Bowles Given Self-Loathing by Numbers” From the bomb shelter we retreat into the aetheric plane where houris stand frozen in mid-dance-move…. But the bomb has struck, sending astral shock waves and temporal-reversal eddies through the aether – but thank god we find ourselves …

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REVIEW: Simon Fisher Turner and Dead Voices On Air #1 (2012)

Simon Fisher Turner and Dead Voices On Air #1 (2012)

by Andrew M. Reichart, Published: 2012-02-17 Simon Fisher Turner and Mark Spybey, “MzMzLaLaLa Sing Song Sing” I found my way into a dry corner of the vast plain from “Echoes,” out beyond where the calls of the mome-raths can be heard. Ran into Nick Drake’s gray ghost sitting on a rock strumming, didn’t look happy, …

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