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Behind The Frame Review: A Ghibli-Inspired Game About Art

30 Aug 2021 2 minute read 3 comments Ghostcat

I do enjoy watching the occasional Ghibli movie, and something is relaxing about it. Whether is those colorful nature scenes, or just characters finding joy in the most mundane. Apparently, I´m not the only one, as someone was inspired to create a ga...

Can Crypto Handle Another Carrington Event? Electrical Shielding And Vulnerability In the Solar Flare Timeline

30 Aug 2021 7 minute read 4 comments IRUUR1

I wanted to write an intro for PublishOx readers. IRUUR1 makes no secret about it's love for this platform. Further we hold crypto in the form of BAT and others as part of our financing and promotion of IRUUR1.com. So we are not predicting the world...

Music worth sharing + 🎵 embedding proposal

30 Aug 2021 1 minute read 4 comments Cat woman

I´ll be updating this "playlist" as soon as I find more songs on Audius (or other dapp) that I like.   Appologies I´m sorry for not being able to make this blog post more useful or pleasant to read, but it seems I´m not allowed (by publish0x) to embe...

Cultural Indictments From An Expat Songbird

30 Aug 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Nathan Payne

I just read an article on Winepress News about songbirds dying off in the U.S.  Anybody who's been following me for more than a couple hours knows that I've been writing about this topic for years.  Many people think I'm a broken record about it.  It...

Why I Love Classical Music

30 Aug 2021 1 minute read 8 comments Agnes Laurens

Since a young age, I am in fond of classical music. I started to play the cello at the age of six, and one year later, I exchanged the cello for the violin. I also sang in a choir and played in a lot of orchestras. Not only that, but I also even have...

Week 52: DAVID WISE (420 to 30: A Music Retrospective)

30 Aug 2021 9 minute read 0 comments jozefkrichards

As video game consoles came into their own in the 1990s, their soundtracks did as well. Composers like David Wise pushed the hardware to its limits every bit as much as the programmers did, and a new sub-genre of music was born. Wise's most well-know...

Moonlit Intro

29 Aug 2021 1 minute read 0 comments 🍏🍎 Hungry 4 ApplZ 🍎 🍏

Intro to a concept album idea.  I'll post the rest and the recordings when I finish. Ambient twilight settles across the veil  Opening a rift into worlds unknown  Worlds that move in different ways Around different planets and different suns Ending a...

Week 51: PINK FLOYD (420 to 30: A Music Retrospective)

28 Aug 2021 7 minute read 2 comments jozefkrichards

Responsible for some of the most popular and well-regarded rock albums of all time, Pink Floyd would at first seem an unlikely candidate for such wide-spread appeal. Their albums rarely featured anything resembling hit singles, instead, more common w...

What's in Store for Ugochill Music?

27 Aug 2021 1 minute read 0 comments ugochill

  Crazy times, no need to point that out.To announce or plan something and then achieve it, these days has become art on it's own. :)Nevertheless, have to keep on moving. Communicating and making music.Plenty of cool, positive things going on.With t...

Week 50: FOSTER THE PEOPLE (420 to 30: A Music Retrospective)

27 Aug 2021 5 minute read 0 comments jozefkrichards

What is "pop" and what is "alternative" fluctuates from era to era. Nonetheless, Foster the People might just be both anyways. By 2010, alternative rock was no longer simply the garage band itself, it was instead the app, Garage Band. Songs weren't j...