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davidskessler:

Pines: In Process.   The Ruins of Friendship Orchestra play live to edits from Pines by David Scott Kessler.
July 19th in Browns Mills, NJ (Pine Barrens)
photo by Eric Ashleigh  www.eashleigh.com
www.pinebarrensfilm.com

davidskessler:

Pines: In Process.   The Ruins of Friendship Orchestra play live to edits from Pines by David Scott Kessler.

July 19th in Browns Mills, NJ (Pine Barrens)

photo by Eric Ashleigh  www.eashleigh.com

www.pinebarrensfilm.com

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crowned bat
Jean Mansel, La Fleur des histoires ou les hystores rommaines abregies…, France 1454.
Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, Ms 5088 réserve, fol. 303v

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crowned bat

Jean Mansel, La Fleur des histoires ou les hystores rommaines abregies…, France 1454.

Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, Ms 5088 réserve, fol. 303v

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madmackerel:

Introducing »> Gretchen Lohse
Gretchen Lohseis a native Philadelphia singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She comes from…View Post

madmackerel:

Introducing »> Gretchen Lohse

Gretchen Lohseis a native Philadelphia singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She comes from…

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Gretchen Lohse - Primal Rumble 6.9 →

beachsloth:

Gretchen Lohse’s ‘Primal Rumble’ has an incredibly intimate sound to it. With arrangements that are kept deceptively simple the songs weave themselves around her voice and guitar. Everything else builds off of this strong structure. Other vocalists come in, various rhythmic flourishes are…

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Stream/Buy -- Gretchen Lohse: 'Primal Rumble' →

abductionradiation:

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Ah folk music. My winter muse. I actually made an indie folk mixed CD for the boy I like. We are casually avoiding each other now. It’s great.
Now back to good stuff: Gretchen Lohse, Philadelphia based singer-songwriter, hit the winter spot for me with her solo debut Primal…
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abductionradiation:

Singer-songwriter Gretchen Lohse released the MV to her song “Spider at the Gate” off of her debut album Primal Rumble, which I have written about a month or two back. The video features the lovely Gretchen Lohse singing her song, and listening to the song again, it reminds me of the nursery rhyme  “Itsy Bitsy Spider”. It has a soft melody and great vocals, perfect for keeping your Monday light and easy-going.

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speakimge:

SIMGE Stream: Philadelphia’s Gretchen Lohse Paints New Worlds On “Primal Rumble” - http://wp.me/p2t3u6-5yp

speakimge:

SIMGE Stream: Philadelphia’s Gretchen Lohse Paints New Worlds On “Primal Rumble” - http://wp.me/p2t3u6-5yp

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jungleindierock:

Gretchen Lohse - Two Travelers

I can see all the roads from here 

don’t matter where I turn 
these invisible hands show me where to go 
it’s not mine to choose 

If we part from here it’ll be nothing new 
the foot will never know what the eye can do 

Though I’m done with providence 
and I’m through with expectation 
I’ll never be done with you 
we are two birds, clinging to the same old tree 

Honey, honey let me be near you for a moment 
it’s been some time since I’ve been around 
If I got your blessing I will sit for a little while 
soon enough I will drift away 

If we part from here it’ll be nothing new 
the foot will never know what the eye can do 

Though I’m done with providence 
and I’m through with expectation 
I’ll never be done with you 
we are two birds, clinging to the same old tree

Stream the album here

From Primal Rumble, the debut album from Philadelphia singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gretchen Lohse.

Links: Bandcamp  |  Facebook  |  Twitter

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scienceisbeauty:

The Super-K experiment (shown here empty of water) has observed slightly more neutrinos at night than during the day. The result agrees with theoretical predictions that a fraction of the neutrinos passing through the Earth convert into the electron flavor, the neutrino type to which Super-K is most sensitive to.
Source: Neutrinos Are Brighter at Night (American Physical Society)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 091805 (2014)

scienceisbeauty:

The Super-K experiment (shown here empty of water) has observed slightly more neutrinos at night than during the day. The result agrees with theoretical predictions that a fraction of the neutrinos passing through the Earth convert into the electron flavor, the neutrino type to which Super-K is most sensitive to.

Source: Neutrinos Are Brighter at Night (American Physical Society)

Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 091805 (2014)

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prostheticknowledge:

MIDI Sprout

Kickstarter campaign for music device put together by Data Garden which can covert the biorhythms of plants into music - video embedded below:

MIDI Sprout enables plants to play synthesizers in real time.

MIDI Sprout is a biorhythm to MIDI converter that will allow you to create music from your houseplants and discover the power of biofeedback art for yourself.

Our vision is to give people the ability to convert the activities of plants into music. Anybody with a computer or synthesizer can use MIDI Sprout to investigate the secret life of plants.

MIDI Sprout represents a growing community interested in learning about nature by turning its biofeedback into music. This is the beginning of the global DIY biofeedback movement.

You can find out more at the Kickstarter campaign page here, or at the Data Garden website here

datagarden also have a Tumblr blog here

I’ve never been a GIF before!

(via datagarden)

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#gretchen lohse  #data garden  #MIDI