During the my year in LA, I had the pleasure of meeting a wonderful person and dear friend, Ziion. He is a talented musician who recently started a band, Blu Noise! The members come from very different musical backgrounds and each came to Los Angeles to attend the Musicians Institute. They come together to create a very unique sound and are experiencing great success in their short time together. It is my pleasure to introduce them to the world of Unexpected Magick, so that you all can say you knew them when it all started! So Ladies and Gentlemen, the next big thing in Music: BLU NOISE!!!
*Unexpected Magick: SO first question, Who are you? !
Ziion: I am an openly gay singer from San Diego, Ca. I grew up singing at church. I moved to LA two years ago to pursue a career in music.
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This is probably going to be the heaviest blog post I will have written to date, but is something I really feel the urge to talk about.
The 21st century has thrown all manner of problems society’s way so far: proliferation of international terrorism, the overthrowing of Arabic regimes, costly wars in the middle east, the global warming debate, and the greatest challenge to the western capitalist system since the formation of the Soviet Union. Amongst all of these pressing issues something appears to be slipping by under the radar: Transhumanism.
Just what is “Transhumanism” exactly? Why does it merit a spot on the dilemmas of this century?
From what I have gathered Transhumanism is a term used to describe an intellectual movement which seeks to enhance, through technology, the very nature of human kind to the point of perfection. Technologies that can restore lost bodily functions such as eyesight…
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I have looked high and low for a music journalist whose last name begins with X. I could not find anyone.
So I decided to take this opportunity and go back through the alphabet of music journalists that I didn’t get to write about first time. I had some tough choices to make for the Music Journalism A-Z series when I decided I would only feature one music journalist by first letter of their last name.
There are many other music journalists that deserve major recognition for their accomplishments and invaluable insights.
The first music journalist I want to mention is David Byrne. Most people freely associate him as a musician, songwriter, or as a visual artist. He writes a regular journal that I subscribe to, David Byrne’s Journal. David Byrne is a technology leader who assuaged our collective consciousness. He articulates a much-needed voice of expression…
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This is my website Music Vision Sound that I have been working on for a while now, it has all been refreshed and revamped!!!
I would love to have people’s opinions on what I’ve created and produced so far!!! I am open too and love constructive criticism!!!
So please do comment. …and if you like my site please please… join up and become part of the MVS community :)
Also don’t forget to check out the official page of “Anything But The Music” Exclusive to MVS. 😉