The Irish poet and philosopher John O'Donohue was beloved for his book Anam Ċara, Gaelic for "soul friend," and for his insistence on beauty as a human calling. In one of his last interviews before his death in 2008, he articulated a Celtic imagination about how the material and the spiritual — the visible and the invisible — intertwine in human experience. His voice and writings continue to bring ancient mystical wisdom to modern confusions and longings.
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None may be better suited to crafting eulogies than William Basinski. The composer who graced us with the melancholy masterpiece Disintegration Loops now turns his gaze to David Bowie. Today marks the one year anniversary of Bowie's passing and so we humbly premiere Basinski's tribute 'For David Robert Jones.' This hymn for the music hero will be released January 20th on Temporary Residence Ltd. Keep your ears on RBMA Radio because Los Angeles resident Basinski will soon appear as a guest on Frosty's weekly LAndscape program.
Lulu Rouge are back with their 2nd album. This time they take that deep melancholic sound they have become known for, and progress it to the next breathtaking level. This means more intense vocal tracks next to their trademark powerful instrumentals. New and unique talents such as rising Danish indie star Asbjørn and mega cool Icelandic born Fanney Osk have been working closely with Lulu Rouge, uniting their edgy and mindful lyrics with equally intense soundscapes - a marriage made in electronica heaven.
The singers from the first Lulu Rouge album, Alice Carreri and Tuco have also crafted super strong songs to the album, and when the Danish music legend Annisette Koppel said yes to work on a song for this album, the Lulu's had everything they needed to shape the this deeply intensifying new album.
"THE SONG IS IN THE DRUM" are 11 tracks all dreamed, shaped and produced by two of Denmarks most skilled and respected producers, Torsten "Buda" Jacobsen and Thomas "T.O.M" Bertelsen. They have created an album which will grab you by the heart and keep you prisoner for 53 minutes straight. Welcome to the brightest dark place you've ever been. Release date: 29. April 2013
Technology companies are entering areas traditionally dominated by the media and telecom industries, forcing legacy players to adapt. Michael Ronen and Dave Dase of the Investment Banking Division discuss the emerging partnerships, developing rivalries and most promising opportunities in the new media landscape.
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No conversation we’ve ever done has been more beloved than this one. This Irish poet, theologian, and philosopher insisted on beauty as a human calling. He had a very Celtic, lifelong fascination with the inner landscape of our lives and with what he called “the invisible world” that is constantly intertwining what we can know and see. This was one of the last interviews he gave before his unexpected death in 2008. But John O’Donohue’s voice and writings continue to bring ancient mystical wisdom to modern confusions and longings.
How do the landscapes we love shape the people we are? Why do we walk? For several years and more than a thousand miles, celebrated travel writer Robert Macfarlane has been following the vast network of old paths and routes that criss-cross Britain and its waters, and connect them to countries and continents beyond.
Listen to his enthralling account from June 2012 of the ghosts and voices that haunt old tracks, of songlines and their singers, of the stories our tracks keep and tell, and of rights of way and rites of way.
Join Iain Stewart on an audiowalk through Culbin's constantly changing landscape. In the last 300 years, this area has been farmland, a desert, and now, a forest. For a map and directions visit the Walking Through Landscape pages on bbc.co.uk/scotland Published on November 22, 2010.