It is for this reason that I am forced to write anonymously. Putting my name on this paper would mean too much of a risk, as criticism of this sort is absolutely unacceptable and unwanted in the circles in which I make a living. I apologize for this, and hope that the reader will understand, and that this fact won’t provoke offhand dismissal.
ASMR – sprich: Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response – ist der neueste heiße Scheiß im Internetz! Und wir als Bad Blog of Musick sind die AKK, die CDU in Sachen „Surfen im Netz“! Wir sind neu, wir sind fresh, wir sind hip! Wir holen jetzt die FetischistInnen dort ab, wo sie...
Stings „Englishman in New York“ (1987) ins sinnvoll gereimte Deutsche zu übertragen, das hielt ich immer für unmöglich. Angesichts eines Urlaubs allerdings, welchen ich mir fürderhin gönnte, ging ich dieses Unterfangen gleichsam übermotiviert an. Dabei fiel mir zunächst eklatant auf, dass ich gleich für die erste Strophe zwei Mal ein...
Everything that is wrong in „Mozart in the Jungle“, season 4, episode 10, „Dance“ LAST EVER EPISODE!!!
Will Rodrigo finally start his career as a full-time waiter? Will Hailey finally learn how to actually conduct instead of pretending to? Will Gloria finally get sober? Will Thomas finally find peace? Guess we’ll never find out.
In a time where the CD as a medium is constantly declared extinct it is quite remarkable that new labels are founded. It has been long known that it is easier for smaller labels (usually run by only a handful of people) to survive in the constantly changing music market than for some of the former major players, who were used to work with big budgets and big outfits and now are slowly becoming more like agencies, mainly living from the promotion and marketing of their stars and taking a share of their concert fees.
Morton Norton is a renaissance freak, but offers Absinth, a spirit that didn‘t exist at all in Renaissance times! And he is pouring it in the wrong glass without any water dilution, which is not the way to drink absinth!
This might just save the series from cancellation….what, it is cancelled???? Are you f****** kidding me????
“when we get bored, you will hear a bell” (Sadako) seems like a vey harsh and debatable concept when judging rehearsals. In reality there would be the same allotted time slot for everybody involved. Why is this competition so famous? It is extremely chaotic, unfair and bizarre!
Gloria seems to have magic powers – not only can she convince the Karaoke band of an average bar in Tokyo to play the perfect song for the occasion perfectly and in the right tune for her, but she also has perfectly memorized every line of it. And why does she let her competitor sit next to Pembridge alone when she is so jealous?