The Shining - Bat Scene

The Caretaker - Libet's Delay

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The Shining - Delbert Grady (Part 1)

The Shining - Pantry Scene

The Caretaker was a long-running project by electronic musician James Leyland Kirby, who also records as V/Vm. His work under the Caretaker moniker has been characterised as exploring memory and the gradual deteoriation of it, nostalgia, and melancholia. Initially the project was inspired by the haunted ballroom scene in the 1980 film 'The Shining', with his first several releases consisting of treated and manipulated samples of '30s ballroom pop recordings. His works have received critical acclaim in publications such as 'The Wire' and BBC Music, and the project was a favourite of BBC Radio DJ John Peel. Theoretically pure anterograde amnesia was released in 2005 as a series of 72 free MP3 downloads. The release found much critical acclaim. An Empty Bliss Beyond This World  found further acclaim in 2011. Starting in 2016, a final project titled Everywhere at the End of Time was released in installments, each portion of the release representing a different stage in dementia, until with the final installment in 2019, the “Caretaker” character died and the moniker was retired.













 

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James Leyland Kirby

Boris Daenen born 24th March 1989), better known by his stage name Netsky is a Belgian drum and bass producer and musician. The name Netsky is based on the computer virus of the same name. Netsky produces music of the liquid funk style - drum and bass music with many instrumental layers and frequent vocals. High Contrast's 'Gold Digger' remix was a major influence on him. In late 2009, Netsky signed a recording contract with Hospital Records, the same label as other well known liquid artists such as High Contrast and London Elektricity. He also won a nomination as "Best Upcoming Producer" within just months of his first release at the Drum + Bass Arena Awards. Hospital Records released Netsky's self-titled debut album on 31 May 2010. His second album, titled 2, was released on 25 June 2012. The album features three singles and a deluxe edition was later released supported by a fourth single, "We Can Only Live Today (Puppy)". His 2015 single "Rio" featured in the London 2016 New Year's celebrations. In April 2012, during a Hospitality festival at Brixton Academy, Netsky unveiled his "Netsky LIVE!" project for the first time. Accompanied by a team of live musicians, as well as guest vocalists (of whom have sung on Netsky's catalogue of music), Netsky performs his music as a full band, taking center-stage on keyboards and synthesizers. The band now tours the world performing headlining shows around the globe, as well as performing at many international electronic music festivals, such as the Ultra Music Festival in the United States.

 

Lost Frequencies & Netsky - Here With You (Official Video) [Ultra Music]

Here With You

When I saw you for the first time

Days were running by

We were spinning high

I was lost in every message

Collecting all your different pieces

Felt like a secret

When I saw you for the second time

Pain slowly dries, love lost its pride

Be careful as you leave

 

And there's enough of giving and everybody hurts

And there's enough of giving and everybody hurts

And there's enough of giving and everybody hurts

And everybody hurts

 

When I'm here with you

When I'm here with you

 

When I'm here with you, I feel so confused

When I'm here with you, I

Enter the falling, I'm crawling back up

When I'm here with you, I

 

When I'm here with you

When I'm here with you

When I'm here with you

 

Felix De Laet (born 30 November 1993), known by his stage name Lost Frequencies, is a Belgian DJ and record producer. He is best known for his singles "Are You with Me" in 2014 and "Reality" in 2015. The name "Lost Frequencies" was first used when De Laet had used old songs, which he calls 'lost frequencies' to make remixes when he started the project.


























 

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Felix De Laet - Lost Frequencies

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Netsky

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Netsky

Abraham Laguna, known by his stage name Ookay, is an American electronic dance music producer, DJ and singer. Laguna is based in Los Angeles and his father is a bassist who performed a bass solo during Ookay's Father's Day set at EDC 2015. More recently, Ookay teamed up with Diplo to remix Avicii's "You Make Me". In 2017 Ookay released "Stay Forever" as a single for Valentine's Day. He later collaborated with Marshmello to release the single "Chasing Colors" featuring vocals by Noah Cyrus. On September 1st 2017, Ookay collaborated with English singer-songwriter Fox-Stephenson to release the future bass track "Lighthouse" on Canadian independent record label Monstercat. Erik of EDM Sauce described  Lighthouse as "a bit repetitive at some points, which is really the only thing that is holding this tune back from a higher rating. Overall though, this song is fun and well put together".
Discography
Wow! Cool Album! (2018)

On November 7, 2014, Ookay released his debut EP Ghost via Steve Aoki's label Dim Mak Records. When asked about his inspirations of creating the EP, Ookay said "I really wanted to push the boundaries of my skill. It's kind of a punch in the shoulder to my fans who get mad when I make anything other than trap. So I made an entire EP that's pretty much not trap (except Egg Drop Soup). Really trying to convince everyone that i'm not a one-trick-pony". On October 7, 2016, Ookay released his second extended play titled Cocoon consisting of five songs. Speaking about fellow DJ and friend, Big Makk who died from a car crash in August, Ookay said "I can't believe that it had to be this way and I didn't even get to say goodbye". A tribute event, in which Ookay was a performer, had raised $8,000 in donations with all proceeds going to Big Makk's family.





















 

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Showtek & Ookay - Bouncer (Official Video)

Let me see you do that bounce
Don't stop, turn it up
(Make your shit go ham!)
Let me see you do that bounce

Let me see you do that bounce
Do, do that bounce
Do, do that bounce

Let me see you do that bounce
Don't stop, turn it up
Let me see you do that bounce

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Abraham Laguna / Sjoerd Janssen / Wouter Janssen

Bouncer lyrics © BMG Rights Management

Showtek is a Dutch electronic dance music duo consisting of two brothers from Eindhoven, Sjoerd (born April 6th, 1984) and Wouter Janssen (born August 30th, 1982). The duo regularly manages to reach the top of multiple music charts and work with artists such as Tiesto, Chris Brown and David Guetta. Showtek was ranked 17th in the Top 100 Djs list of 2014 but by the magazine's 2016 list, they had dropped to 96th. The brothers, who have been musically active since 2001, also offer podcasts on their own radio show on the music streaming service iTunes. The brothers Wouter Janssen and Sjoerd Janssen began their musical career in electronic music, specifically in techno music in 2001 and subsequently moved to hardstyle in 2003. At that time, Wouter usually produced hard trance under the stage name of Walt, and Sjoerd hardstyle as Duro. They released their first album, Today Is Tomorrow in 2007 under their independent label Dutch Master Works. The album was well received in the Dutch music charts, reaching 68th place,  and received a score of 95/100 on Partyflock. In 2009, their second album, Analogue Players in a Digital World, was unveiled at the Amsterdam Dance Event in the Netherlands and circulated by the Central Station Records. The album was well received by the press, which also allows them access to rewards. The duo uses multiple aliases including but not limited to; Dutch Masters, Headliner, Lowrider, Unibass, DJ Duro, Walt, Walt Janssen, Mr. Puta, Boys Will Be Boys and Alan Misael. In 2011, the group collaborated on the album Kiss from the Past by Allure, one of the musical projects of Dutch producer Tiesto.  In 2012, they collaborated with Tiësto again on the singles "Miami / Chasing Summers" included in the album Club Life: Volume Two Miami, and on a single titled "Hell Yeah!".

 

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Dayglow - Nicknames (Official Video)

Here it is, a new confession
You're a rather intelligent adolescent
And that's who you are, I learned my lesson
I must not understand and just must be far too progressive

I never meant to be that way
I just wanted to be kind
Or maybe I just think too much
It's only in my mind this time

Oh I know I'm not everything you thought I was
(Who you say you are is who you're not)
And oh I've tried you cried
I am not all you had thought
(Who you say you are is who you're not)

And I'll do my best my flesh
Is still gonna make mistakes
(Who you say you are is who you're not)
So please forgive if it's really just some big nickname
(Who you say you are is who you're not)

Here it is, a new perspective
I'm listening but in fair warning it's rather subjective
Woah, so unexpected
I know my friends but I'd rather bathe in my self-rejection

I never meant to be that way
But I know I am sometimes
Well maybe I just think too much
You were right, it was only in my mind

And oh I know I'm not everything you thought I was
(Who you say you are is who you're not)
And oh I've tried you cried
I am not all you had thought
(Who you say you are is who you're not)

And I'll do my best my flesh
Is still gonna make mistakes
(Who you say you are is who you're not)
So please forgive if it's really just some big nickname
(Who you say you are is who you're not)

At least I tried
Well at least I tried
At least I tried
Well at least I uh

Source: Musixmatch

Sloan Struble, also known as Dayglow, is a self-made artist who is just having fun with his talents. With catchy tracks like “Can I Call You Tonight” and “Hot Rod,” the 19-year-old University of Texas student has amassed over five million Spotify plays and counting. While his sound draws comparison to that of other rising indie pop acts like Wallows, boy pablo, HUNNY, and COIN, Dayglow has managed to distinguish himself clearly in an already crowded genre. A self-taught producer and musician, Dayglow began working with Garageband at age 10 at his childhood home in Aledo, Texas, a small suburb of Fort Worth. Growing up with not much of a music scene to speak of, Dayglow, as an artist, was somewhat raised by the internet, looking to artists like Michael Jackson and Tame Impala for inspiration.

Much like Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, Dayglow prides himself on doing it all: songwriting, producing, performing, and mixing, as well as leading his own creative direction. With Dayglow, everything is a product of his singular imagination, creating a style that is distinct and undeniably sincere. While Dayglow attributes some of his streaming success to “getting lucky” with Spotify algorithms, his achievements are really anything but. His songs have an exceptional sense of optimism and a feel-good freedom rarely seen in pop today. While many rising acts are releasing a darker, melancholic pop, Dayglow’s music acts as an antidote. His debut album, Fuzzybrain, reveals an artist coming of age. His work is both relatable and irresistible, leading him to seemingly overnight success. In less than a year, he started college, released his debut album, played at SXSW, and opened for JOAN, The Band CAMINO and Misterwives. For Dayglow, it seems, this is only the beginning.




 

Dayglow - Hot Rod (Official Video)

"Hot Rod"

Sloan, let's sing a song, what should we sing?

My memory is not like the other one
Turn to strike my face
Always second place
Tell me again why is it I
Never can do anything right?
Complicated theories of life, sarcastically

But we both know
The way it's gonna go
In the same way
Maybe I'm not all that you thought
And we don't move
Like we used to do
In the same way
Maybe you're not such a hot rod

Take back again all that I ever was
It was only just a face
I never thought of it that way
But what do I know
I'm sorry for
Not wanting to be your décor
Truth is such a violent force, pushing you away

But we both know
The way it's gonna go
In the same way
Maybe I'm not all that you thought
And we don't move
Like we used to do
In the same way
Maybe you're not such a hot rod

Oh we both know
The way it's gonna go
In the same way
Maybe I'm not all that you thought
And we don't move
Like we used to do
In the same way
Maybe you're not such a hot rod

Virtual Self - Key (Official Music Video)

Virtual Self is the debut extended play (EP) by American electronic music producer Porter Robinson under the alias Virtual Self. The EP was released on November 29, 2017, as the first release on the eponymous record label Virtual Self. Virtual Self is a departure from the sounds of Robinson's debut album 'Worlds', in favor of a more techno sound inspired by late 90s-early 2000s dance music. Virtual Self's first live performance debuted on December 8th, 2017 in Brooklyn, New York. The show consisted of an elaborate light show and in tandem with Robinson playing a DJ set. The set included songs from the game Dance Dance Revolution as well as unreleased Virtual Self music and songs from the EP. Porter Robinson has been plotting the Virtual Self project since 2015.
Philip Sherburne from Pitchfork granted Virtual Self a 5.9/10 and describes the EP as an effort to "make a headlong plunge into an aesthetic rooted in the late 1990s and early 2000s" whose rhythms are "funkless" and "hyperactive", reminiscent of Dance Dance Revolution soundtracks. The critic then pegged "Ghost Voices" as the most contemporary sounding track of the EP and concluded by stating that "Virtual Self hones in on the most garish aspects of Robinson's influences, burning away any possibility of subtlety beneath a billion-watt gleam". Kat Bein of Billboard was positive of the EP, dubbing his alias as "high-concept musical nerdiness with a heavy Final Fantasy vibe" and that the whole record "plays like a killer soundtrack to the best mid-2000s RPG Nintendo forgot to release". DJ Times magazine's Brian Bonavoglia wrote that although the EP's sound was a large change of pace compared to his preceding Worlds album, Virtual Self still maintained all aspects of Robinson's "production brilliance". In the United States, Virtual Self sold 1,000 copies in its first week of release.

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Virtual Self's first live performance debuted on December 8th, 2017 in Brooklyn, New York.

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A carousel is situated next to Brooklyn Bridge.

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The leafy suburbs of Brooklyn

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Slander (stylized as SLANDER) is an American DJ duo consisting of Derek Andersen and Scott Land based in Los Angeles. They are best known for their unique sound and subgenre "heaven trap". Andersen and Land met at their fraternity in University of California, Irvine. They later went to and graduated from Icon Collective, a music production school together with Nghtmre. Andersen said: "My relationship with Tyler (Nghtmre) came out of nowhere when we were put in the same classroom at Icon Collective together." They initially played gigs for their college friends and at local venues. The name Slander was combined from the duo's real names: "S(cott) Land" and "Ander(sen)". They have performed at EDC (Las Vegas, Orlando and Mexico), Nocturnal Wonderland, Electric Zoo, Sun City Music Festival, and Ultra Music. Slander's remix of Showtek's song "We Like to Party" had surpassed 12 million plays on YouTube, it was also credited as Slander's rise to success and popularity.

SLANDER - Love Is Gone (ft. Dylan Matthew) [Official Music Video]

Don't go tonight
Stay here one more time
Remind me what it's like, oh
And let's fall in love one more time
I need you now by my side
It tears me up when you turn me down
I'm begging please, just stick around
I'm sorry, don't leave me, I want you here with me
I know that your love is gone
I can't breathe, I'm so weak, I know this isn't easy
Don't tell me that your love is gone
That your love is gone

I'm sorry, don't leave me, I want you here with me
I know that your love is gone
I can't breathe, I'm so weak, I know this isn't easy
Don't tell me that your love is gone
That your love is gone

Don't tell me that your love is gone, that your love is gone

Don't tell me that your love is gone, that your love is gone

That your love is gone
I know this isn't easy (Easy)
That your love is gone

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Derek Andersen / Scott Land / Dylan Scheidt

Love Is Gone lyrics © Involved Publishing Limited

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Dylan Matthew

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Pop singer-songwriter Dylan Matthew born July 27th 1996, and is best known for the popular singles "Sober," "All Day Long," and "Do Not Disturb." As of July 2017, his music had been streamed over one million times on Spotify. He launched his career by publishing song covers on his eponymous YouTube channel. In May 2017, he covered Charlie Puth's "Attention". He has a sister named Chelsea who he is very close with and features on his Instagram. He has collaborated with YouTube personality Tanner Fox.

Jeff Montalvo (born March 31, 1987), known professionally as Seven Lions, is an American DJ, record producer, instrumentalist and remixer from Santa Barbara, California. Active musically since 2010, his music combines styles as diverse as trance, melodic dubstep, drum and bass, glitch hop, and electro house. He has released six EPs, multiple singles, and official remixes for record labels such as Casablanca Records, OWSLA, Viper Recordings, Anjunabeats, Republic Records and Monstercat. His second EP Days to Come was mentioned by Vibe Magazine as one of their Top Electronic Albums of 2012, and it peaked at No, 10 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Album chart. His next EP, Worlds Apart, charted at No. 76 on The Billboard 200, and the EP's track "Don't Leave" with Ellie Goulding entered the UK Singles Chart in 2014. He tours regularly in the United States, and since 2012 has performed at festivals such as SXSW, Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival, and Camp Bisco. He was nominated for America's Best DJ, a competition held by DJ Times, in 2014. Jeff Montalvo was born on March 31, 1987 in Santa Barbara, California. His interest in music production began at the age of 7, when his father came home with a Macintosh and keyboard. He also grew up playing bass and guitar, and after playing drums for several metal and punk-inclined bands, he eventually segued into electronic music production.  Montalvo explains that accessibility was his initial reason for the shift, "because I got tired of waiting for my band all the time - I wanted to just start making music so I started composing electronic music by myself." After a friend gave him the Fruity Loops digital audio workstation, he started learning production. In college he developed an interest in the genre of trance after being handed an old Tiesto CD. At age twenty he attended his first rave in 2007, which inspired him to focus on producing trance himself.[2] Around 2010 he began releasing music under the moniker Seven Lions, mixing industrial drum beats with multiple genres. The name Seven Lions comes from a fantasy book called Latro in the Mist by Gene Wolfe, who he names as his favorite author. Seven Lions is a character in the book. Seven Lions' has described himself as a fan of "epic" music, and he is a long-time metal and fantasy fan, inspired by groups such as his favorite band Opeth. Although he produces electronic music, he doesn't always listen to it, unless actively looking for music to put into his DJ set. He has stated that "I’m always into Viking Metal, I like folky stuff. I like stuff that really takes you out of somewhere you are and puts you somewhere else." Among his favorite metal bands are Ensiferum, Manegarm, Opeth and Storm Corrosion. As of 2016, Seven Lions lives in Woodinville, WA with his wife and dog.



 

Seven Lions, SLANDER, & Dabin - First Time ft. Dylan Matthew

In the darkness
All I see is you
You
When I'm lost
You lead me home
It's true
Oh

So don't stop now
I'm falling for you, I can't lie
I wanted you to stay
'Cause it's hard to run away

So don't stop now
I'm falling for you, I can't lie
I wanted you to stay
'Cause it's hard to run away
It's hard to run away

Oh, feels like we're falling for the first time
Oh, this is exactly what it feels like
When I can't go to sleep unless you're laying next to me
Oh, feels like we're falling for the first time

Feels like we're falling for the first time
Feels like we're falling for the first time

I, I knew that you were worth it
I, don't know if I deserve this
You, have given me a purpose
You, yeah you were always worth it
I, I know that you're worth it
I, don't know if I deserve this
You, have given me a purpose
You, yeah you were always worth it

So don't stop now
I'm falling for you, I can't lie
I wanted you to stay
'Cause it's hard to run away

So don't stop now
I'm falling for you, I can't lie
I wanted you to stay
'Cause it's hard to run away
It's hard to run away

Oh, feels like I'm falling for the first time
Oh, this is exactly what it feels like
When I can't go to sleep unless you're laying next to me
Feels like we're falling for the first time

Oh, feels like I'm falling for the first time
Oh, this is exactly what it feels like
When I can't go to sleep unless you're laying next to me
Feels like we're falling for the first time

When I can't go to sleep unless you're laying next to me
Feels like we're falling for the first time

Feels like we're falling for the first time
Feels like we're falling for the first time

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Dabin Lee / Derek Andersen / Jeffrey Montalvo / Scott Land / Dylan Scheidt

First Time lyrics © Involved Publishing Limited

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Seven Lions

Dabin Lee, Toronto, Canada
BIO: Dabin grew up playing and performing music all his life. His musical background of blues, indie and folk music influenced the melodic and rhythmic nature of his productions. His first single 'We are the Night' caught the attention of major networks such as Dubstep.net and Vital FM. Since then, his productions have gained support from the likes of Modestep, Benga, Dirtyphonics, Felix Cartal, Dirtyloud, The Killabits, Botnek, Reid Speed, Jillionaire (Major Lazer), CoMa, Dead C.A.T Bounce, Dead Battery as well as being played on BBC Radio 1 on Mistajam's Daily Dose of Dubstep. Dabin's debut EP "Electropolitics" released in March 2012 topped the Beatport releases and peaked at 4th electro house release, 5th dubstep release and 5th drum and bass release. His later productions, including collaborations with YouTube sensation Daniela Andrade and Montreal based DJ/Production trio Black Tiger Sex Machine climbed their way into Beatport's top 50 dubstep singles and upon release, was the second hottest track on Soundcloud just below Dada Life. With over 1,000,000 hits on YouTube and soundcloud alone, 2012 has been an establishing year for Dabin. With an upcoming EP, remixes and collaborations, expect a great finish to the year from this producer.


 

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Dabin

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Seven Lions is from Santa Barbara, California.

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SXSW

SXSW 2019 Festival 6th Street Austin Texas

Seven Lions has performed at the SXSW festival. South by Southwest (abbreviated as SXSW and colloquially referred to as South By) is an annual conglomeration of parallel film, interactive media, and music festivals and conferences organized jointly that take place in mid-March in Austin, Texas, United States. It began in 1987 and has continued to grow in both scope and size every year. In 2017, the conference lasted for 10 days with the interactive track lasting for five days, music for seven days, and film for nine days. SXSW Music is the largest music festival of its kind in the world, with more than 2,000 acts as of 2014. SXSW Music offers artist-provided music and video samples of featured artists at each festival via their official YouTube channel. The music event has grown from 700 registrants in 1987, the first year of the conference, to over 161,000 attendees in 2018. SXSW Film and SXSW Interactive events have grown every year, bringing over 32,000 registrants to Austin in March 2013. Bands must cover their own expenses for travel and lodging at the event. All performers are offered a cash payment or a wristband package that allows access to all music events. SXSW Film Conference spans five days of conference panels and sessions, and welcomes filmmakers of all levels. Programming consists of keynote speakers, panels, workshops, mentor sessions and more, with expert filmmakers and industry leaders. In 2015, the SXSW Film Festival programmed 150 feature films and 106 short films, selected from 7,361 submissions. Past notable world premieres include Furious 7, Neigbors, Chef, 21 Jump Street, The Cabin in the Woods, Bridesmaids and Insidious, and the TV series Girls, Silicon Valley and Penny Dreadful.

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Seven Lions also performed at Camp Bisco. Camp Bisco is an annual three-day summer music festival that takes place at the Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville Lake, New York, USA. It was founded by the band The Disco Biscuits.

Dates: 9 Jul – 11 Jul 2020

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The name Seven Lions comes from a fantasy book called Latro in the Mist by Gene Wolfe, who he names as his favorite author. Seven Lions is a character in the book.

LATRO IN THE MIST is the omnibus edition containing two of Gene Wolfe’s historical fantasies set in ancient Greece: Soldier of the Mist and Soldier of Arete. They tell the story of Latro, a Roman mercenary wounded while fighting on the side of the Persians at the battle of Plataea. The wound to the head robs him of most of his long term memory as well as his short, limiting him to only about twenty-four hours before he forgets. The other effect is that Latro finds that he is able to see the gods, mythical creatures and the spirits of the dead. On the advice of an oracle of Apollo he sets off on a quest to restore his memory so he can return home that takes him across most of Greece meeting both minor and major deities, as well as famous historical figures.

 

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Gene Rodman Wolfe

Gene Rodman Wolfe (May 7th, 1931 – April 14th, 2019) was an American science fiction and fantasy writer. He was noted for his dense, allusive prose as well as the strong influence of his Catholic faith. He was a prolific short-story writer and novelist and won many science fiction and fantasy literary awards. Wolfe is best known for his Book of the New Sun series (four volumes, 1980–1983), the first part of his "Solar Cycle". In 1998, Locus magazine  ranked it the third-best fantasy novel published before 1990 based on a poll of subscribers that considered it and several other series as single entries. Wolfe was born in New York City, the son of Mary Olivia (nee Ayers) and Emerson Leroy Wolfe. He had polio as a small child. He went to high school and college in Texas, attending Lamar High School in Houston. While attending Texas A&M University,  he published his first speculative fiction in The Commentator, a student literary journal. Wolfe dropped out during his junior year and subsequently was drafted to fight in the Korean War. After returning to the United States, he earned a degree from the University of Houston and became an industrial engineer. He was a senior editor on the staff of the journal Plant Engineering for many years before retiring to write full-time, but his most famous professional engineering achievement is a contribution to the machine used to make Pringles potato chips. Having previously lived in Barrington, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, with his wife Rosemary, Wolfe moved to  Peoria, Illinois, in 2013. He underwent double bypass surgery on April 24th, 2010. Wolfe also underwent cataract surgery on his right eye in early 2013. Wolfe's wife, Rosemary, died on December 14th, 2013, after a series of illnesses, including Alzheimer's disease. Wolfe said, "There was a time when she did not remember my name or that we were married, but she still remembered that she loved me." Wolfe died at his Peoria home from cardiovascular disease on April 14th, 2019, at the age of 87.


 

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Ensiferum - Last Breath [Lyrics]

Storm Corrosion - Ljudet Innan

Seven Lions rates Ensiferum as one of his favourite bands that has inspired him. Ensiferum meaning "sword bearing") is a Finnish folk metal band from Helsinki. The members of the band label themselves as "melodic folk metal." Ensiferum was founded in 1995 by Markus Tolvonen (guitar) Sauli Savolainen (bass) and Kimmo Miettinen (drums). For the band's name, they took the Latin adjective ensiferum, which means "sword-bearing". In the next year. Jari Maenpaa was taken into the band as singer and second guitar-player. In 1997, the first demo was released, containing three songs. In 1998, Sauli and Kimmo left the band and were replaced by Jukka-Pekka Miettinen (Kimmo's little brother, then 14 years old) and Oliver Fokin. In January 1999, a second demo was recorded, which although it did not produce a recording deal, boosted the band's confidence. In November 1999 a third demo, "Hero in a Dream", was recorded, which was successful in obtaining a record deal with Spinefarm Records. The logo that appears on all the bands releases was designed for the third demo by Tuomas Tahvanainen, who also designed the logos for the earlier demos. In 2000, the band went into the studio to work on their first album, Ensiferum, which was released in August 2001. In the same year, Meiju Enho joined them as a keyboard player.





 

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Ensiferum - Eternal Wait

Storm Corrosion - Drag Ropes [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Storm Corrosion is another band favorite for Seven Lions.

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As of 2016, Seven Lions lives in Woodinville, WA with his wife and dog. Woodinville is a city in King County, Washington, United States. The population was 10,938 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Seattle metropolitan area. There is also a much larger population with Woodinville mailing addresses in adjacent unincorporated areas of King (Cottage Lake) and Snohomish (Maltby) counties. Woodinville has waterfront parks on the Sammamish River, sweeping winery and brewery grounds, and densely wooded residential areas. Prior to European-American settlement, the Woodinville area was inhabited by the native Sammamish people. Indigenous peoples had occupied the area for thousands of years. In 1871, Susan Woodin and her husband Ira moved from Seattle and traveled up the Sammamish River where they built a cabin. They planned to log timber and farm cattle. A town gradually developed around them. Their cabin served as its first school and post office, with Susan Woodin appointed as postmaster. Woodin and his son-in-law Thomas Sanders set up the first general store. Like other nearby towns, Woodinville began as a logging community and became a farming center in the early decades of the 20th century. After World War II, it developed as a suburb of Seattle. In 1969, rock bands including Led Zeppelin and The Guess Who performed at the Seattle Pop Festival at Woodinville's Gold Creek Park. The growth of Bothell in the early 1990s led to plans for it to annex Woodinville; the residents of Woodinville responded by voting for incorporation in 1992. Woodinville was officially incorporated on March 31, 1993. Woodinville is located in northern King County east of the city of Bothell at approximately 47°45'9" North, 122°9'21" West (47.752452, -122.155949). According to the United States Census Bureau,  the city has a total area of 5.62 square miles (14.56 km2), of which, 5.60 square miles (14.50 km2) is land and 0.02 square miles (0.05 km2) is water.

Zeds Dead is a Canadian electronic music duo from Toronto, Canada. Dylan Mamid, also known as DC, and Zachary Rapp-Rovan, also known as Hooks, rose to prominence releasing original music and remixes from 2009–10 before becoming a staple on the international touring circuit thereafter. Today, they are known for their exploration of a diverse variety of genres that combine aspects of UK Garage, house, electro house, hip-hop, glitch, drum and bass, and more. Mamid and Rapp-Rovan were born and raised in Toronto, Canada. The duo were introduced through mutual friends in 2004 when DC asked Hooks to paint a graffiti mural in his garage. They quickly discovered a mutual love for hip-hop and at the same time were both starting to produce music. They began to collaborate under the moniker 'Mass Productions'. The duo's name comes from a quote in the Quentin Tarantino film 'Pulp Fiction when Butch Coolidge, played by Bruce Willis, steals a chopper from a rapist named Zed, after Butch's enemy-turned-ally shoots Zed. When Coolidge gets home, his partner, Fabienne, asks him where he got the motorcycle. He replies, "It's a chopper baby". She follows up and asks "Whose chopper is that?" When he tells her he got it from Zed, she asks "Who's Zed?" He then replies with "Zed's dead, baby. Zed's dead." In the summer of 2007 Mass Productions independently released their first and only official release. The album was heavily influenced by 1990s hip hop. However, Mass Productions did not garner much attention outside of the local scene. Formation of Zeds Dead (2009–2010)
DC and Hooks both began to take an interest in electronic music, and began producing dance music under the name Zeds Dead. The group initially found a niche audience on Myspace. Zeds Dead self-released their first track together, "Journey of a Lifetime", for free. They played their first live set at The Social in Toronto on June 11th, 2009. In 2009 Zeds Dead founded a weekly party called Bassmentality in the basement of the Toronto bar 751. The party was intended as a venue for new DJs to play, unrestricted by concert promoters. In the summer of 2010 Bassmentality moved from the basement of 751 and into Toronto's Wrongbar. Bassmentality featured weekly performances from its founders, Zeds Dead and The Killabits, as well as rotating slots of local and international acts. Over the four years that the event existed, it hosted early performances from several now-acclaimed artists such as Skrillex, Borgore, Nero, Camo & Krooked, Bare Noize, and Bar 9, among others. In 2011 Zeds Dead released the track "Bassmentality" with The Killabits, named after the event. Zeds Dead began their first official North American tour in December 2010, playing over 40 shows in Canada and the United States. They made their European debut in June 2010 in the UK, playing a string of dates around the electronic music festival Gottwood in Wales. The Graveyard Tour in 2011 was the first tour of its scale for Zeds Dead. From September to December the duo played over 50 dates across North America.


 

Zeds Dead x REZZ - Into The Abyss

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Zeds Dead

Isabelle Rezazadeh, (born March 28th, 1995; Ukraine) known by her stage name Rezz (stylized as REZZ), is a Canadian DJ and record producer from Niagra Falls, Ontario. She released her debut EP, Insurrection in 2015 through OWSLA's sub-label Nest HQ. In 2016, she signed with Deadmau5's record label Mau5trap, and released follow-ups The Silence is Deafening and Something Wrong Here. On August 4, 2017, Rezazadeh released her debut studio album, Mass Manipulation, with its follow up, Certain Kind of Magic, released in 2018. Ethnically a Persian-Ukrainian, Rezazadeh was born in Ukraine and was raised by her Ukrainian mother and Iranian father, before moving to Canada at a young age. While attending high school, she worked at Hard Rock Cafe at Niagara Falls. She was fired from her job after skipping work on weekends to attend festivals. She traveled to Toronto infrequently, and attended dubstep shows by artists like Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Zeds Dead, amongst others. Rezz's involvement in the Toronto scene helped grow her gritty style. Events like Bassmentality and older shows at The Guvernment nightclub helped shape not only Rezz, but an era of electronic music producers who became inspired from early DJ college tours. Rezazadeh began DJing at the age of 16, playing music by other artists until she became inspired by a Deadmau5  concert to create her own. She was noticed on a blog by Skrillex, who then followed and sent her a message on Twitter. In 2015, Rezazadeh started producing songs on her laptop in her home in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and uploaded them to SoundCloud. She released Insurrection on OWSLA subsidiary, NEST on July 20th, 2015. Later that year, she released music on Deadmau5's record label, Mau5trap and her track "Serenity" was featured on the 2015 compilation album We Are Friends, Vol. 4. On June 1, 2018, Rezazadeh announced her second studio album, Certain Kind of Magic. The album was released on August 3, 2018 through Mau5trap. On May 14th 2019 Rezz announced on Twitter her upcoming EP titled "Beyond The Senses" set for release on July 24th. She released the single "Dark Age" the following day.


 

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Pulp Fiction | 'Zed's Dead' (HD) - Bruce Willis | MIRAMAX

Pulp Fiction - Bring Out The Gimp | Rescuing Marsellus Wallace Scene (1080p)

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BOSCO - Cruel

7:45 on the boulevard
Cruising top down 'til the sunset
I know we both feel it
We gone live it up, hit the J
Blow the ashes in the wind
Highway, we out of sight
Let's ride tonight

Where do we go
I don't know where you've been
So why do we cry
When we both know it's the end

Don't be cruel
'Cause I will never be that cruel to you
Just be cool
'Cause I will never be that cruel to you

I stop then you go
When I gave, then you broke
And you're trying to play it hard
You'll be looking for me
Hurry up, I'm about to leave
I bought my ticket one way

So where do we go
I don't know where you been
So why do we cry
When we both know it's the end

Don't be cruel
'Cause I will never be that cruel to you
Just be cool
'Cause I will never be that cruel to you
Don't be cruel
'Cause I will never be that cruel to you
Just be cool
'Cause I will never be that cruel to you

Don't be so cruel
Don't be
Don't be so cruel
Don't be

Don't be so cruel, baby blue
On my mind, hard to think
Don't be so cruel, don't be
I want you, baby, need your love
Got to have you in my world
Don't be so cruel, hey, don't be
I want you
I need you, need you
Don't be so cruel, don't be
I really need your love, you
Don't be so cruel, don't be

Return all carry on items in their proper storage location
And also at this time all portable electronic devices
Need to be turned off until we're parked at the gate

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Brittany Michelle Bosco

Cruel lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc

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At dusk, there's an inner darkness that creeps into what often seems like a perfect, modern-day suburbia. That's the case for BOSCO's latest video "Cruel," premiered by NPR Music. With all glam and no consequence, the singer strings along loose ties in one haunting crescendo, wallowing in reckless luxuries that ultimately lack substance. In 2017, BOSCO dropped b. via Fool's Gold Records; it's a dreamy hip-hop collection that maneuvers through escapism and self-discovery, where the artist indulges in her own scattered thoughts in hopes of finding inner peace. Produced by Atlanta-based producer NEVR, Cruel" is the fifth track off b. The song draws inspiration from Bobby Brown's 1988 single "Don't Be Cruel," a track whose reverberated timbre dances in an intangible love. "My mother loved Bobby Brown and the 90s era in general then," BOSCO shared with NPR Music. "I had this concept to flip it from a girl's perspective because the hook really hit home for me at that point in my life." BOSCO likes to remain in tune with her feelings in the midst of chaos, both in her songwriting and cinematographic edge. Like Brown's song, BOSCO's "Cruel" has a similar narrative: She meshes bass-heavy soundscapes and softened vocals, seeking kindness within an intoxicating romance. Her lyricism reveals a sharp reality: "I stop then you go / when you gave, then you broke." Shot in Atlanta and directed by Matthew Addington and Alimzhan Alan Sabir, the static VHS-like visual cycles through the ups and downs of a modern-day relationship. BOSCO and her beau radiate joy and exchange smiles without fear, but then divulge into a jealousy-fueled fight. Flashy party scenes and boozy celebration ooze throughout the b-roll, juxtaposing gratifications that are fleeting and self-serving. Brittany Bosco, the woman behind the stage name BOSCO, is also the founder of SLUG,  a minority-driven agency designed to support Atlanta's DIY scene and artists of color in her hometown Savannah, Ga. Since SLUG's debut in January of 2017, the Atlanta R&B singer has evolved from her trap-hop femme days with songs like the airy "Castles" duet with St. Beauty. "Nostalgia feels gets me every time as I romanticize and fantasize about past memories, good or bad," the singer says. It's easy to say that BOSCO's independent spirit and vulnerable nature can get lost in the shadows of a casual relationship, but it's her free-willing gravitas that ends up being a force for her own good. "I wanted to tell a story of memories and how everything is fleeting so you should enjoy the moments while you have them," she says. “Since first singing in church at the age of four, BOSCO has grown into one of Atlanta’s baddest female artists, continuously pushing the boundaries of culture and music. She’s quickly become an artistic powerhouse with her recently-launched new creative agency, SLUG, that was profiled by Fast Company. Whether she’s channeling futuristic R&B (the Boy EP, featured in HBO’s hit Insecure), neon dance vibes (her house-inspired Treasure Fingers collaborations “Names” and “Myne”) or straight up club bangers (the acclaimed Girls In The Yard mixtape with Speakerfoxxx), BOSCO’s distinct vision always cuts through like nothing else.”

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BOSCO - Flowers

Can't believe
You wanna make a mess out of me
But when I hit you up
And try to make amends you resist

When I see you on the street
You don't even come to speak
No way, no way
Catch the pace know your place
Hit my phone, check explorer
Catching feelings I can't help it
I know you'll see
Tryna hold me

If flowers are red
Then why'd they turn blue
I gave you the sky
Jumped over the moon
If flowers are red
Then why'd they turn blue

Got me crying all night
Acting like it ain't for the better, babe
If I didn't know how to cope
I could love you like you want me to
But you know it's cool

And I see you in boppin' in NOLA
Guess it's real good for ya
And who am I to bore ya
Gotta let it start
I could not replace ya
But hold my arm, nigga, hold me, yeah
Gotta let us fly

If flowers are red
Then why'd they turn blue
I gave you the sky
Jumped over the moon
If flowers are red
Then why'd they turn blue

If flowers are red
Then why'd they turn blue
I gave you the sky
Jumped over the moon
If flowers are red
Then why'd they turn blue

Give up the stars for you, I needed you...
(Red, blue)
Jumped over the moon
(Red, blue)
Give up the stars for you, I needed you...
(Red, blue)
Jumped over the moon
(Red, blue)

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Motum & Shai - Somewhere Somehow

Originally from Tel-Aviv, Israel, Tom Uhana A.K.A. Motum has evolved his skills and talents of music over the years in many different ways. From being raised in a musical family, music came at an extremely young age learning to play classical piano at..

Ranging from a plethora of musical genres, Techno has been his driving force. Taking on the softer sides to Deep House and working his way into the darker side of Techno, Motum's knowledge of what makes the dance floor thrive never disappoints


 

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A water tower is an elevated structure supporting a water tank constructed at a height sufficient to pressurize a water distribution system for the distribution of potable water, and to provide emergency storage for fire protection. In some places, the term standpipe is used interchangeably to refer to a water tower. Water towers often operate in conjunction with underground or surface service reservoirs, which store treated water close to where it will be used. Other types of water towers may only store raw (non-potable) water for fire protection or industrial purposes, and may not necessarily be connected to a public water supply. Water towers are able to supply water even during power outages, because they rely on hydrostatic pressure produced by elevation of water (due to gravity) to push the water into domestic and industrial water distribution systems; however, they cannot supply the water for a long time without power, because a pump is typically required to refill the tower. A water tower also serves as a reservoir to help with water needs during peak usage times. The water level in the tower typically falls during the peak usage hours of the day, and then a pump fills it back up during the night. This process also keeps the water from freezing in cold weather, since the tower is constantly being drained and refilled.  

 

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The Union Watersphere, also known as the Union Water Tower, is a water tower topped with a sphere-shaped water tank in Union, New Jersey, United States, and characterized as the World's Tallest Water Sphere. Adjacent to U.S. Route 22, New Jersey Route 82, and the Garden State Parway, the iconic tower has been a landmark since its construction. The tower was originally commissioned the Elizabethtown Water Company and is now owned by American Water. Standing 212 ft (65 m) tall, it was originally built in 1964 by Chicago Bridge and Iron Company  at the cost of $89,500 and holds 250,000 US gallons (950 m3) of well water. Due to its proximity to an airport, at the request of the Federal Aviation Administration, a red stroboscopic beacon was constructed atop the tower in 2008, adding 6 ft (1.8 m) of height. The pedestal is used as a telecommunications tower. The tower is a grey-white, and in the past has been painted blue, with the name of the town in large letter across the sphere. Its location at a major intersection of some of the state's busiest roads, and proximity to Newark Liberty International Airport, affords millions of people each year a view of the structure. A museum dedicated to the watersphere is located in Austin, Texas and is operated by a former Union resident.  Another famous sphere, sometimes called the "world's largest light bulb" is located nearby at the Edison Memorial Tower.

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Newark Liberty International Airport is an airport of firsts: the first major airport in the New York metropolitan area, the first with a control tower and now the area's busiest. Sandwiched between the New Jersey Turnpike, U.S. Routes 1 and 9, and I-78, the airport handles more flights (though not as many passengers) than John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), despite being 40 percent of JFK's land size. The airport serves as a hub for United Airlines, among 50 other scheduled carriers. The City of Newark built the airport on 68 acres (28 ha) of marshland in 1928 and the Army Air Corps operated the facility during World War II. After the Port Authority took it over in 1948, an instrument runway, a terminal building, a control tower and an air cargo center were added. The airport's original 1935 central terminal building is a National Historic Landmark. Newark Liberty employs more than 24,000 people. In 2018, the airport saw 46,065,175 passengers, the most in its history.