Roma - Fellini
not sure if this has appeared on this thread I think someone suggested it here earlier.
More info here
Way ahead of it's time and filled with life force. The clip is just a gimpse as it has a wide pallet.
It's all about capacity don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Yes the queues to get in were rubbish, the drinks were overpriced, the site wasn't exactly finished but simple truth is there were too many people for the venues. Yes it was a big site but there wasn't anything else really going on...
Depends what you're after ? quality or volume?
Personally i think db just sound better, less harsh
Obviously Mackie have a reputation for reliability but then so do Peavey. Genelec probably the best.
Yes great film, was excellent when it first came out too. Perhaps it has been aped a bit now.
Saw junkhearts at the london film festival. Anyone who lives in London will recognise the streets and flats and corner shop narrative. It's very dark and disturbing but Eddy...
I emailed them a few months back because there was no mention of the frequency on the website anywhere. It's now tucked away in small print at the bottom of the home page.
Officially they are Rinse106.8FM then.
Gustav Holst - In the bleak mid winter
Only available in the UK
2hrs 20mins of Holst. Long overdue reappraisal , lots of his music as opposed to too many talking heads. A true democratic socialist he is shown to have had a lasting impact on British music and his music echoes in so many film...
Am I deaf and blind, i really don't notice the acting. All the characters felt real to me if a little dumb and stoned. I don't really think it was about the acting it was much more about the trip. It gets too long and absurd at the end but heh you got to give him some credit for the death...