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ART'N'BEATS N°1 - Midnight Happening - Live Music and Painting @Keller Drei
Art'n Beats N°1
Hannover, 7. September 2019
ART'N'BEATS N°2 - The Invisible Line (Delay Experiments I) - Masha Kashyna ft. ZVGVLVKSY
The invisible line (delay experiments I) -
Video of music and visual artist MASHA KASHYNA
in collaboration w/ live painting artist ZVGVLVKSY @ ART´N BEATS N° 02
02.02.2020 / KELLER DREI e.V., Hannover
Masha Kashyna =
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YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdd2...
FB - https://www.facebook.com/mariya.kashyna
IG - https://www.instagram.com/zagalaksy/?...
YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg23...
FB - https://www.facebook.com/ZVGVLVKSY/
Un Chien Andalou (1928) - with new sound (2016)
sound track - OddHop Trip #1 by CITO KALING
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In the Strait of Barba
Taken from the album "JAWO – Music for Peace
⏭ Available on every digital platforms here: idol-io.link/JAWO
Download it also on Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1615...
This album - "JAWO - Music for Peace"- has been recorded with the support of Creative Europe Programme.
© Copyright: 2022 SO WHAT under exclusive license to Bonsai Music
℗ Production: 2022 SO WHAT under exclusive license to Bonsai Music
Sonce U Serci - Hagelslag feat. Leléka
Help people Ukraine and DONATE HERE:
Like many of you, all we can think about right now is the war in Ukraine. We have friends and family directly affected, we know wonderful people who have had to flee their homes and wait 50 hours at the border.
As musicians, we wanted to show our solidarity and celebrate the beautiful Ukrainian culture and language, and we did this the only way we could - through music.
With this video, we are fundraising for MitOst e.V., who have spent years promoting culture, connection and democratic principles in eastern Europe and are now doing great work helping those in Ukraine. Click the link above and join us in helping those who need it!
What we do here may be small in the grand scheme of things, but we continue to believe that if everyone does their small part, we can move the world.
Hagelslag + Crew
// Lyrics //
The sun hides behind the storm clouds
And everything around us turned gray.
People walk in sadness,
Because the light cannot be seen by anyone, anywhere,
But I have the sun in my heart
And I don´t care, that everywhere is a prison.
I will laugh in the eyes of misfortune
And let that misfortune itself be afraid of me.
Oh, I will go out to the mountain and sing
And I will gift the light in my heart to all.
“Oh good people, why are we all crying,
Why are we so poor and so unhappy?
Let’s dance and sing
And let everyone see the kind of people we are
Let everyone see the kind we are
And that this kind will never end.”
The sun hides behind the storm clouds
And everything around us turned gray,
But we have our own suns in our hearts
And the whole world is illuminated by this.
// Credits //
Viktoria Leleka - composition & vocals
Tony Williams - arrangement
Kateryna Agaieva - vocals
Friedemann Petter - vocals
Tony Williams - trumpet & flugelhorn
Mino van Noort - trumpet & flugelhorn
Okan Gökay - trombone
Masha Kashyna - vibraphone
Greta Garlichs - mandolin
Dana Williams - violin
Sesim Bezdüz - violin
Sophia Dietrich - violin
Julia Rosendahl - violin
Dorothea Schröder - viola
Juliana Degen - viola
Hanna Heitmann - cello
Stefaniia Yasnohorodska - cello
John Winston Berta - drums
Valentin Kollenda - upright bass
Horiat Hosain - tabla
recording, mixing & mastering by Akif Çolak
assisted by Miriam Rubow
video produced by Kollenda
editing & color grading by Valentin Kollenda
cameras operated by Till Kollenda, Robin Schwind, Niklas Hadel & Timo Sauer
crane operated by Jan Haase & Grietje Nagel
lighting by Jan Haase & Lisa Meister
costume by Luzie Nehls Neuhaus
Power - Pachakuti & young.vishnu (feat. Masha Kashyna) (Intro w/ Stokely Carmichael)
Stream, download & LP: https://melting-pot-music.lnk.to/semilla
With their new single “Power”, Pachakuti and young.vishnu deliver a strong political statement against white supremacy and racism.
Musically, “Power” is a heavy deep funk tune reminiscent of the Meters and Poets Of Rhythm and features Masha Kashyna on vibraphone. The groove works as the perfect backbeat for a speech by Civil Rights and Black Power movement leader Stokely Carmichael, delivered in the early 90s:
“We must understand, the problems we suffer
is only because we are powerless.
If a white man wants to lynch me, that’s his problem.
If he has the power to lynch me, that’s my problem.
So the only reason why the white man
can lynch me, is because I’m powerless.
Subsequently, the only way I can fight white
supremacy is through power.
And the only way you get political power
is through the organized masses.”
Full speech: https://youtu.be/AiewiXVAqW8
Inspired by Stokely’s sharp analysis as well as humorous and assertive argument, Pachakuti composed „Power“ to remind today’s movements against racism and white supremacy across the globe of the historical leadership the Black Power movement of the 1970s plays for us until today, including their clear visions of power and self-defense, and the contagious attitude of pride, courage and certainty.
As for all of the tracks of the „Semilla“ LP, Pachakuti added a poem by his own to enhance the track with his own understanding of Power:
is not domination,
is not exploitation,
is not oppression.
It is the ability
to understand and respect
to serve and defend
to care and unite.
As the Panthers said.
Black Power for Black People.
Brown Power for Brown People.
Red Power for Red People.
Yellow Power for Yellow People.
White Power for White People.
All Power for all the People.
For each and every one of Us.
About Stokely Carmichael
Stokely Carmichael was the young civil rights leader who, in 1966, popularized the phrase "black power." Carmichael was a leading force in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and "Honorary Prime Minister" of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense (BPP), and lastly leader of the All-African People's Revolutionary Party.
Inspired by Malcolm X's example, he articulated a philosophy of black power and became one of the most popular and controversial Black leaders of the late 1960s. J. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI, secretly identified Carmichael as the man most likely to succeed Malcolm X as America's "black messiah". The FBI targeted him for personal destruction through its COINTELPRO program, and Carmichael fled to Africa in 1968. He re-established himself in Ghana, and then Guinea by 1969. There he adopted the new name of Kwame Ture and began campaigning internationally for revolutionary socialist Pan-Africanism.
Carmichael was married to Miriam Makeba from 1968 to 1973. He died in 1998.
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Produced & mixed by young.vishnu
Keys by Pachakuti
Bass by young.vishnu
Saxophone by Pachakuti
Organ by Pachakuti
Guitar by young.vishnu
Vibraphone by Masha Kashyna & Pachakuti
Percussion by Claas Sandbothe & young.vishnu
Mastered by Roe Beardie.
Artwork & graphic design by Carsten Pölking.
Cat No: MPM 290-2
Artist: Pachakuti & young.vishnu
© ℗ 2020 Melting Pot Music
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