If you love the crash, rumble and thunder of drums, do yourself a favour and take ten short minutes of your life to watch this video:
The band whose idea it was are well worth checking out as well – go seek out the awesome Japanese post-rock-prog of Boredoms.
If that doesn’t bring a ray of sunshine to a grey Sunday, nothing ever will. 🙂
I wish my father, a computer engineer and employee of IBM long before I was born, was still alive to see an IBM 1401 Mainframe computer being toured as part of a musical show that features interpretive dance.
He’d probably have been quite disgusted, but in a good way.
Keeping your mind fit is as important as looking after your body – although I tend to default on the latter rather too often. But what is the most effective thing to do if you want to keep your thinking sharp and flexible? After all, most cognitive exercises are pretty dull, and dull exercise doesn’t get done unless you’re a real disciplinarian. But now new research suggests that studying theatre produces significant and lasting increases in cognitive performance – which is good news for drama teachers and playwrights everywhere.
We’ve featured plenty of case-mods here on VCTB, but we’re always astonished by just how far people can take an idea and run with it. Continue reading More case-mod goodness…Mountain Dew, anyone?