Ugly Dougly wrote:The music should be like the art: Stunning ear candy that I have never heard before, a creation that I have never even imagined even could exist, music that subverts all my assumptions, and changes my life forever. Like the art, something that is born on the playa and is as ephemeral as the wooden arms of the Man, and is altogether free of commodification. No, not techno.
Taralynnray wrote:The earth harp is the worlds largest stringed instrument. It was originally strung across a valley, so the earth itself acted sort of like the sound box on a guitar- the earth was strung and played! The sound is more like that of colossal Tibetan singing bowls than a harp or other stringed instrument. From what I understand, the temple will become part of the instrument this year on the playa. More info here: http://temple2011.org/earth-harp/ and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaOFLpoIo7g
im oldschool and love deep house and funky house and groovy lounge music. i am part of pinkmammoth where that music is played i invite all to our groovy day parties. if you like deep house and want to get away from the loud angry strange sounds of the esplanade come visit us fri or sat night.
if you are similar minded, come tell me where to find non angry groovy tunes anywhere else, id love to know!
RedHeaven wrote: But to be pickier, less dubstep would be nice (not none, just less)and more bands like Albino, March Fourth, Hamsa Lila, Mutaytor, Lost at Last, the Mermen, Mojo Green....PLAYA inspired/created bands that kick ass!
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