Posts Tagged ‘Shadowboxer’

What’s Love Got To Do With It – Cass Lowe and Shadowboxer

July 4, 2012
What's Love Got To Do With It

What’s Love Got To Do With It

Excellent, I expect no less from Shadowboxer, but it is spoilt by the intro and SBTV graphics plastered all over. Can these not be edited out?

Hint: Wind forward to 23 seconds to miss out the crap at the beginning.

You have to be good to take a Tina Turner classic and produce something this good!

TesseracT – April – Shadowboxer

May 23, 2012

I watched this video without the sound (mainly because I am in the Midlde East and the computer has no sound).

I would recommend watch without the sound.

Amazing filming. Very sad.

Where is it, I thought?

It could be Iceland, Sweden, Norway, even Moscow.

It is Oslo.

Like all music from Shadowboxer you can listen to, download from bandcamp.

Lyrics of April

A deep engrained lust for possession
Modern sundowns break me
I like to watch things burn down, soft and gently
I need to watch her abused ’til I’m satisfied
Never… Never…
See tonight through bloodshot eyes
I’ll wait until you can see me here
Left so long alone
Undressed tonight, forsaken skin
You mean nothing, nothing
No you mean nothing to me
Won’t you feel bad while you’re trashing out?
Makes me feel sick to know she’s had enough
Time and time again
You see tonight through bloodshot eyes
You mean nothing, nothing
No you mean nothing at all

I’ll never say a word of this
I swear, I swear
Never… Never…
I hope you know
I live tonight through methadone highs
This life is over

Bandcamp

February 8, 2012

A few months ago, we began tracking the starting point of every sale that happens on Bandcamp. In the course of looking at the data (which we’re using to help us plan out what to do next), we’ve noticed something awesome: every day, fans are buying music that they specifically set out to get for free. — Bandcamp

I’ve said before that people hear music, then they like music, then they buy music. It’s important to realise that you need to go a step further than just allowing that to happen. You have to remove all the friction in between. — Andrew Dubber

It takes a lot to impress me. To say I was impressed by bandcamp would be an understatement.

I first came across bandcamp through Shadowboxer, who I came across through Stewart Warwick. Both have albums on bandcamp.

I came across Stewart Warwick a few years ago when down in Brighton I picked up the excellent Unlimited Art by Jacob’s Stories from Resident Records, having heard in Brighton Books. This led to Mechanical Bride and a couple of years ago The Ordeal by Stewart Warwick.

Through Stewart Warwick I came across the Surrey University live sessions and studio sessions by Shadowboxer.

- Shadowboxer – Chase and Status – Time
- Shadowboxer – Scott Matthews – Elusive

Bandcamp is the place to listen to, download and buy music.

Each creative artist has a page. On what is effectively their home page you will find their albums, notes about the artist, lyrics, links to other sites etc.

I like to share music. If that makes me a pirate, then I am proud to be a pirate.

Before I found bandcamp, I would have to copy a CD or maybe rip a track or two. But now, all I have to do is link to bandcamp. Only bandcamp make it even easier than that.

Click on share. You can then tweet, post onto your own or a friend’s facebook wall an entire album, copy the embed code and embed the album onto your blog.

With bandcamp you have a virtual on-line music collection.

Where else can you download an album for $1, an album not a track? Where else can you download an album for free? Well yes, ok there is FrostWire and sites like Pirate Bay.

Paulo Coelho has recently made The Way of the Bow available for free download on FrostWire.

- Paulo Coelho featured on FrostWire

Often a minimum price is suggested, which could start at zero. The strange thing is, people often pay more, on average 50% more, than the minimum.

- Cheaper than Free

When you download an album you have high quality audio, not the low quality, lossy compression highly compressed mp3 files which are the norm elsewhere. [see mp3 v FLAC]

Yes you can still download mp3 but it is mp3 320, or you can choose a lossless mp3. Even when you listen on-line your are listening to mp3 128.

You are not though restricted to mp3. You can choose FLAC (large file size). To play FLAC you will need VLC Media Player, as will not play in the bog standard Windows Media Player.

And why would anyone wish to listen to lofi when hifi is available?

I found you need the mp3 and FLAC download (yes, you can download both) as with the mp3 you get the lyrics. I assume they are there with FLAC but at the moment not showing with VLC Media Player (could be I need to change the settings).

Albums outsell tracks 5 to 1. The industry norm is tracks outsell albums 16 to 1.

Through featured albums on the bandcamp blog I have come across music and artists I have never heard of before. For example Where are the Arms by Gabriel Kahane and Les Sessions Cubaines by Philémon Chante recorded at the famous Studio Egrem in Havana, Cuba.

Bandcamp connects the creative artist with those who wish to enjoy what they create. It bypasses the greedy music industry. The money you pay for a download, or a real album that (hopefully) arrives in the post, goes straight into the pocket of the creative artist (with a small cut going to bandcamp).

I am amazed at the money that is flowing through bandcamp straight into the pockets of the creative artists. To date, artists have made $13,971,838 using Bandcamp, and $1,042,618 in the past 30 days.

Bandcamp is a virtual company, it exits, but exists on the net.

- How We Work, Selling Right Now

Top Story on #GoIndie (Sunday 15 September 2013).

Sharing

February 7, 2012

We like to share. We are social creatures. It is part of the human condition. It is what makes us who we are.

When we read a book it is because someone has given, lent or recommended it to us. If were are very lucky we may have met the author.

When I go away I like to take books with me to read. I then give them away.

In hotels we often find books others have left behind.

My introduction to Paulo Coelho was an attractive Lithuanian girl sat by a river reading The Zahir.

- Synchronicity and Paulo Coelho

Paulo Coelho likes to share. That is why he writes.

He recently uploaded The Way of the Bow to FrostWire, free for anyone to download.

- Paulo Coelho featured on FrostWire

These are the download statistics for the last few days (from FrostClick):

Sunday (2321 GMT), 7,020 downloads, downloading 24, sharing 974

Monday (1835 GMT) 11,713 downloads, downloading 17, sharing 910

Tuesday (1829 GMT) 12,409 downloads, downloading 22, sharing 1,057

Paulo Coelho only sold a few thousand copies of The Alchemist in Russia, until a pirate copy appeared on the net.

In 1999, when I was first published in Russia ( with a print- run of 3,000), the country was suffering a severe paper shortage. By chance, I discovered a ‘ pirate’ edition of The Alchemist and posted it on my web page.

A year later, when the crisis was resolved, I sold 10,000 copies of the print edition. By 2002, I had sold a million copies in Russia, and I have now sold 12 million.

When I traveled across Russia by train, I met several people who told me that they had first discovered my work through the ‘ pirated’ edition I posted on my website. Nowadays, I run a ‘Pirate Coelho’ website, giving links to any books of mine that are available on file- sharing sites. And my sales continue to grow — nearly 140 million copies world wide.

Paulo Coelho is banned in Iran. His response, to make available free downloads in Farsi.

- Aleph in Farsi

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley arose from a late night story telling on the shores of Lake Geneva.

We cannot like a piece of music until we have heard it.

I am happy to share music with others. If that makes me a pirate, then I am proud to be a pirate.

When I saw The Sixteen in concert in Guildford Cathedral last October, I asked was they on youtube? Officially no, but yes, you will find us there. I asked in order that I may share.

- The Sixteen – Miserere Mei Deus – Allegri
- St James Cathedral – Victoria – The Sixteen

A couple of years ago I was in Brighton and found Brighton Books open (not usually open on a Sunday). I asked of the music they were playing. Unlimited Art by Jacob’s Stories. I was pointed in the direction of Resident Records from where I could obtain a copy.

I gave copies to friends, I went back and bought a few more copies to give away.

Jacob’s Stories led to Mechanical Bride and Stewart Warwick. Stewart Warwick led to Shadowboxer. Shadowboxer led to BandCamp. BandCamp led to their blog, and the blog led to Gabriel Kahane through featured album of the week Where are the Arms.

Bandcamp connects creative artists with those who may appreciate their work, thus bypassing the music industry. But it does far, far more.

It gives the creative artist a presence on the internet. It allows sharing. We can listen to the music on-line. We can share. Click on share, and you can share on twitter, post onto to you and your friends facebook wall, copy the embedded code and you can embed the code on your blog. And you can download the music (often for free), buy albums, real albums not digital downloads, and the digital downloads are available as high quality audio, not mushy, low quality, highly compressed mp3 files. [see mp3 v FLAC]

I expected BandCamp to post on facebook an image of the album cover, nothing more. Why a little play button? I clicked. It changes into a little media player, listen to the entire album as often as you like. This is going to help creative artists and destroy the music industry. Yippeee!

To keep it clean and simple, no volume control. Use volume control on computer. It is also to encourage downloads.

And when the little media player appears to replace the image of the cover, it lets you not only listen, but share with others and download.

The embed code for a blog lets you choose from about half a dozen options how it will be displayed, including track lists if you desire.

I am amazed at the amount of money flowing through Bandcamp direct into the pockets of artists. $13,935,756 to date $1,038,844 in the past 30 days. Albums outsell tracks 5 to 1, in the rest of the music buying world, tracks outsell albums 16 to 1.

BandCamp is a good example of how websites have evolved into something different, probably the main difference between web 1.0 and web 2.0.

Web 1.0 you landed on a website and hopefully accessed or acquired some information. I say hopefully, as too often so badly designed that you give up as you were wasting your time. A good web 1.0 design had sharing, ie it gave you something, but not social interaction. Web 2.0, this blog is an example, has interaction, social dialogue takes place. We see that even more so with twitter and a very good example is Paulo Coelho’s blog.

Few understand, let alone make effective use of web 2.0. It is not broadcast, one to many. Social network: social interaction, network, many to many.

Tweet level gives some measure of the effective use made of twitter (and it is not simply a crude measure of the number of followers. [see Can we rank twitter streams?]

@keithpp 62.2

@paulocoelho 92.6

Paulo Coelho, Neil Young, Neil Gaiman, and many others, all recognise the value of sharing. Neil Young calls piracy the new radio, as that’s how music gets around.

- Piracy is the new airwaves

Those who bleat about sharing, who through flawed thinking think it is bad, should heed the words of Andrew Dubber (see Hear / Like / Buy):

Music is pretty much unique when it comes to media consumption. You don’t buy a movie ticket because you liked the film so much, and while you might buy a book because you enjoyed reading it so much at the library, typically you’ll purchase first, then consume … But music is different — and radio proves that. By far the most reliable way to promote music is to have people hear it. Repeatedly, if possible — and for free. After a while, if you’re lucky, people get to know and love the music. Sooner or later, they’re going to want to own it…whether it’s a pop tune, a heavily political punk album, or an experimental, avant-garde suite — the key is very simple: people have to hear music, then they will grow to like it, and then finally, if you’re lucky, they will engage in an economic relationship in order to consume (not just buy and listen to) that music. That’s the order it has to happen in. It can’t happen in any other order. There’s no point in hoping that people will buy the music, then hear it, then like it. They just won’t. Nobody really wants to buy a piece of music they don’t know — let alone one they haven’t heard. Especially if it’s by someone who lies outside their usual frame of reference. And a 30-second sample is a waste of your time and bandwidth. It’s worse than useless. That’s not enough to get to like your music. Let them hear it, keep it, live with it. And then bring them back as a fan.

But the music industry and Hollywood, very often the same global corporations, do not like sharing, they wish to criminalise sharing. The tried with Sopa, cooked up in back room deals with corrupt politicians on the take and failed miserably. They are trying again with Acta, an international treaty that will criminalise sharing, would disconnect from the net those who share. We killed Sopa and we must kill Acta.

- Say NO to ACTA

Shadowboxer – Wallflowers

February 6, 2012
Shadowboxer Surrey University live sessions

Shadowboxer Surrey University live sessions

Shadowboxer Wallflowers recorded live at Surrey University in Guildford.

live sessions at Surrey University

- Shadowboxer – Chase and Status – Time
- Shadowboxer – Dancer
- Shadowboxer – Word of a Stranger
Shadowboxer – Wallflowers

studio sessions

- Shadowboxer – Scott Matthews – Elusive
- Shadowboxer – Jessie J – Price Tag

SoundCloud

Everything Everything – Final Form (Shadowboxer Remix)

Juniper (Eshcm Laid-back Remix)

Chimp Spanner – Supererogation (Shadowboxer Remix)

Marcel Legane – Friendly Fire (Shadowboxer Remix)

Juniper (from Two Cities EP)

Dancer (from Two Cities EP)

Villanelle (from Two Cities EP)

Word of a Stranger (from Two Cities EP)

Paulo Coelho featured on FrostWire

February 5, 2012
The Way of the Bow -- Paulo Coelho

The Way of the Bow -- Paulo Coelho

I appear to have forfeited my recording deal because I won’t do reality TV. No one needs to make an album that badly. Tea anyone? — Alison Moyet

Thank you Paulo Coelho, you are a gift to mankind. — FrostWire

And remember, DO NOT PAY A DIME FOR FROSTWIRE, EVER. You can use it all you want in as many computers as you want, it’s absolutely free. — FrostWire

Artists: sell your music & merch directly to your fans. — bandcamp

Fans: discover new music & directly support the artists who make it. — bandcamp

The uses we make of this world are, in reality, the rules and laws which we agree; and not the reverse. — Laetitia Kava

I had never heard of FrostWire until Paulo Coelho mentioned on twitter that he had placed The Way of the Bow there for free download. It had been previously available as free download on his blog.

- Paulo Coelho featured on FrostWire
- Paulo Coelho’s The Way of the Bow to be featured on FrostWire
- Paulo Coelho: The Way of the Bow – an inspirational short read

Checking stats this evening on FrostClick (2321 GMT), 7,020 downloads, downloading 24, sharing 974.

FrostWire is a free, open source BitTorrent client first released in September 2004. Developed in Java by the FrostWire Project. FrostWire was spun off from an earlier project that was shut down by the music industry.

Another download system I have recently come across, thanks to ShadowBoxer who have placed their excellent EP Two Cities for download, is BandCamp.

- Shadowboxer – Chase and Status – Time
- Shadowboxer – Scott Matthews – Elusive

With Two Cities, you decide what you wish to pay. You can download for free if you wish.

Marcel Legane lets you download his Heart Life EP for £3 or for £4 you can download and he will send you an actual real physical album, signed limited edition.

Bandcamp connects creative artists with those who may appreciate their work, thus bypassing the music industry. But it does far, far more.

What is surprising is the amount of revenue being generated on bandcamp.

- Cheaper than Free

I do not download music. The quality is too poor due to the use of lossy digital compression. BandCamp is offering high quality digital downloads (file size large).

We like to share, as human beings, we are social animals, that is what helped our brains expand and us evolve (though I do wonder with many people).

If we look at musicians from the 1960s who are still around, they played music because that is what they enjoyed doing, it was not to become mega stars or celebrities or to become rich and famous. That playing music earned them some money enabled them to carry on doing what they loved doing.

Paulo Coelho, Neil Young, Michael Moore recognise this need to share. They want people to be aware of their work.

- Paulo Coelho calls on readers to pirate books
- Piracy is the new airwaves

We read a book that we are given, lent or recommended to read by a friend. Or if we are very lucky we meet the author.

My first encounter with Paulo Coelho was meeting a lovely Lithuania girl sat by a river reading The Zahir. I was curious what had her so entranced. We had a long conversation about writers. I have since not only read all the books by Paulo Coelho but actually met him.

- Synchronicity and Paulo Coelho
- Paulo Coelho Press Conference at Pera Palace Hotel
- Paulo Coelho’s St Joseph’s Day Party at Pera Palace Hotel

I had never heard of Orhan Pamuk until my lovely Russian friend Alissa recommended that I read My Name is Red.

A little over a year ago, I met Canon Andrew White. I bought all his books, which I read, then gave as Christmas presents to my lovely but sadly mad friend Sian. A year later we met again and I bought six copies of Faith Under Fire, one for myself, the others to be given away as presents.

- Dinner with Canon Andrew White
- Canon Andrew White at Guildford Baptist Church
- Canon Andrew White at the Boiler Room

Fulla tells her story in Suffer the Children. We are now in regular contact and we will meet in Brighton in September at a conference on Iraq organised by Canon Andrew White.

Little known author Neil Gaiman persuaded his publisher to make available one of his books for free download for a month. Monitoring only sales in independent bookshops they found sales increased by 300%!

Paulo Coelho had only sold a few thousand copies of The Alchemist in Russia, his publisher was no longer interested, until a pirate copy was posted on the net, sales then became millions!

In 1999, when I was first published in Russia ( with a print- run of 3,000), the country was suffering a severe paper shortage. By chance, I discovered a ‘ pirate’ edition of The Alchemist and posted it on my web page.

A year later, when the crisis was resolved, I sold 10,000 copies of the print edition. By 2002, I had sold a million copies in Russia, and I have now sold 12 million.

When I traveled across Russia by train, I met several people who told me that they had first discovered my work through the ‘ pirated’ edition I posted on my website. Nowadays, I run a ‘Pirate Coelho’ website, giving links to any books of mine that are available on file- sharing sites. And my sales continue to grow — nearly 140 million copies world wide.

Writers do not slave away in their garrets wishing no one would read their works. They write because they have a story to tell, they want to be read.

The music industry and now publishing is in crisis because of greed. There is no nurturing of talent. It is the latest me-too, copycat, blockbuster mega-selling act, book, then on to the next, mindless brain-numbing book, act. Moronic TV shows like X-Factor encourages the dumbing down, me-too I want to be rich and famous celebrity no talent culture.

Alison Moyet was refused a recording contract because she refused to degrade herself and appear on a crap reality TV show.

We were angry over Sopa, we are even angrier over Acta, we are seething with anger. Sopa was defeated and so will be Acta. We will not allow Hollywood and the music industry to control the internet. We will continue to share. If sharing is piracy, then I am proud to be a pirate. Sharing is not theft.

- Say NO to ACTA
- The cultural industry
- Documented@Davos: SOPA Panel
- Defend our freedom to share (or why SOPA is a bad idea)
- Thoughts of Paulo Coelho on Sopa
- Stop SOPA

A couple of years ago I picked up Unlimited Art by Jacob’s Stories. I got Unlimited Art from Resident Records in Brighton, having been pointed in their direction by Brighton Books, where I first heard Unlimited Art. I got home from Brighton some time after midnight, listened to Unlimited Art until the early hours of the morning. I gave copies to friends. Can you buy us a copy next time you are in Brighton? I bought several copies to give away as presents.

Next time I was in Brighton, I asked in Resident Records, anything else by Jacob’s Stories? No, but you will like Mechanical Bride.

Last Easter, I asked again. No, but we expect something later in the year. I picked up a copy of The Ordeal by Stuart Warwick. Stuart Warwick was founder of Brighton band Jacob’s Stories. Or maybe it was the year before, I lose track of time.

Brighton Books, Resident Records are a rarity, another good reason to visit Brighton. The reason independent bookshops and record shops are a rarity is because they have been destroyed by the greed of the music and publishing business.

- A quarter of independent bookshops lost in last five years

Who needs a record label? Shadowboxer are doing ok without. Watch them in a recording studio and see the sheer joy on their faces.

Maybe Shadowboxer can show Alison Moyet how it is done without needing a record label, without a degrading appearance on a reality TV show.

Big business has alienated those who buy by treating them as criminals. Alienated those who have talent as they are incapable of recognising talent.

What the internet demonstrates, via systems like FrostWire and BandCamp, those who create can communicate directly with those who appreciate what they create. To Big business both are simply a source of money, a product, a brand, a commodity, all consumed by easily manipulated mindless consumers who can be sold the latest fad. It could be a can of baked beans for all they care, so long as it has a monetary value attached, the bigger the price tag the better.

We make the rules, not Big Business. By making use of services like FrostWire and BandCamp, by sharing, by telling our friends to do the same, we can bypass Big Business and put them out of business.

We need more creative people to make use of platforms like FrostWire and BandCamp. And for us to support them when they do.

Well done Paulo Coelho for setting an example by putting The Way of the Bow on FrostWire for free download.

Top Story in Creative Industry Articles (Wednesday 8 February 2012).

Top Story in Creative Industry Articles (Thursday 9 February 2012).

Shadowboxer – Word of a Stranger

February 5, 2012
Shadowboxer Surrey University live sessions

Shadowboxer Surrey University live sessions

Shadowboxer Word of a Stranger recorded live at Surrey University in Guildford.

Word of a Stranger is on the Two Cities EP.

live sessions at Surrey University

- Shadowboxer – Chase and Status – Time
- Shadowboxer – Dancer
- Shadowboxer – Word of a Stranger
Shadowboxer – Wallflowers

studio sessions

- Shadowboxer – Scott Matthews – Elusive
- Shadowboxer – Jessie J – Price Tag

SoundCloud

Everything Everything – Final Form (Shadowboxer Remix)

Juniper (Eshcm Laid-back Remix)

Chimp Spanner – Supererogation (Shadowboxer Remix)

Marcel Legane – Friendly Fire (Shadowboxer Remix)

Juniper (from Two Cities EP)

Dancer (from Two Cities EP)

Villanelle (from Two Cities EP)

Word of a Stranger (from Two Cities EP)

Joshua Bell busking on the Washington Metro

February 4, 2012
Joshua Bell playing Bach

Joshua Bell playing Bach

A man sat at a metro station in Washington DC and started to play the violin; it was a cold January morning. He played six Bach pieces for about 45 minutes. During that time, since it was rush hour, it was calculated that thousands of people went through the station, most of them on their way to work.

Three minutes went by and a middle aged man noticed there was musician playing. He slowed his pace and stopped for a few seconds and then hurried up to meet his schedule.

A minute later, the violinist received his first dollar tip: a woman threw the money in the till and without stopping continued to walk.

A few minutes later, someone leaned against the wall to listen to him, but the man looked at his watch and started to walk again. Clearly he was late for work.

The one who paid the most attention was a 3 year old boy. His mother tagged him along, hurried but the kid stopped to look at the violinist.

Finally the mother pushed hard and the child continued to walk turning his head all the time. This action was repeated by several other children. All the parents, without exception, forced them to move on.

In the 45 minutes the musician played, only 6 people stopped and stayed for a while. About 20 gave him money but continued to walk their normal pace. He collected $32. When he finished playing and silence took over, no one noticed it. No one applauded, nor was there any recognition.

No one knew this but the violinist was Joshua Bell, one of the top musicians in the world. He played one of the most intricate pieces ever written,with a violin worth 3.5 million dollars.

Two days before his playing in the subway, Joshua Bell sold out at a theater in Boston and the seats average $100.

This is a real story. Joshua Bell playing incognito in the metro station was organized by the Washington Post as part of a social experiment about perception, taste and priorities of people. The outlines were: in a commonplace environment at an inappropriate hour: Do we perceive beauty?

Do we stop to appreciate it? Do we recognize the talent in an unexpected context?

One of the possible conclusions from this experience could be: If we do not have a moment to stop and listen to one of the best musicians in the world playing the best music ever written, how many other things are we missing?

- Pearls Before Breakfast

Is this as simple as context, as the Washington Post would have us believe? It was 7am in the morning, people on their way to work. My God, what time do they get up!

How many people on their way to work are going to stop for anything?

I avoid London rush hour, but on the rare occasions I have got caught up in it it is like being swept along by a crowd of zombies, all with blank expressions on their faces.

What if Joshua Bell had played in a park? What if he had played on the streets of Brighton?

I find very good musicians on the street in Brighton. That is why I hate programmes like X-Factor as they peddle crap to the masses.

And yes, people do stop and listen.

Once, it was late, it was dark, it was getting cold, and I found this guy playing a guitar on the Brighton seafront, no one about. He was incredible. Then a girl walked by, she sat and listened. I was then at risk of missing a train. I apologised for leaving.

Another time, I found a guy sitting in a doorway just off Leicester Square in London. He only had to hit a couple of chords to appreciate how good he was. I hunkered down and joined him He was quite delighted to be appreciated.

A couple of days ago I stumbled across Shadowboxer, live sessions at Surrey University

- Shadowboxer – Chase and Status – Time
- Shadowboxer – Dancer

and studio sessions.

- Shadowboxer – Scott Matthews – Elusive
- Shadowboxer – Jessie J – Price Tag

I could not believe how good they were.

Carly Bryant is someone I found playing in The Lanes in Brighton. I sat on the curb entranced.

Yes, context is a factor, but not all.

We have complete and utter crap masquerading as art. Critics say it is good. A case of the Emperor’s Clothes. If outside the context we would dismiss it for what it is, rubbish. But no one dare say so, because it has been put on a pedestal as Art.

Celebrity is confused as a synonym for talent.

We have a semi-literate writer winning the Booker Prize. Judges complaining of writing being too simple. Paulo Coelho dismissed by critics for his simplicity, unable to perceive simplicity as elegance.

Is not the art of writing being able to communicate? If we cannot communicate we cannot write.

Never make the mistake of confusing simple writing with bad writing or incomprehensible writing with good writing.

The good scientist is the one who is able to communicate ideas, not make unintelligible and thus appear intelligent because we are made to feel unintelligent for failing to comprehend.

Top story in Art Journaling Today! (Saturday 4 February 2012).

Shadowboxer – Dancer

February 4, 2012
Shadowboxer Surrey University live sessions

Shadowboxer Surrey University live sessions

Shadowboxer Dancer recorded live at Surrey University in Guildford.

Dancer is on the Two Cities EP.

live sessions at Surrey University

- Shadowboxer – Chase and Status – Time
- Shadowboxer – Dancer
- Shadowboxer – Word of a Stranger
Shadowboxer – Wallflowers

studio sessions

- Shadowboxer – Scott Matthews – Elusive
- Shadowboxer – Jessie J – Price Tag

SoundCloud

Everything Everything – Final Form (Shadowboxer Remix)

Juniper (Eshcm Laid-back Remix)

Chimp Spanner – Supererogation (Shadowboxer Remix)

Marcel Legane – Friendly Fire (Shadowboxer Remix)

Juniper (from Two Cities EP)

Dancer (from Two Cities EP)

Villanelle (from Two Cities EP)

Word of a Stranger (from Two Cities EP)

Shadowboxer – Jessie J – Price Tag

February 4, 2012
Shadowboxer studio session in Wales

Shadowboxer studio session in Wales

Shadowboxer cover version of Jessie J Price Tag.

live sessions at Surrey University

- Shadowboxer – Chase and Status – Time
- Shadowboxer – Dancer
- Shadowboxer – Word of a Stranger
Shadowboxer – Wallflowers

studio sessions

- Shadowboxer – Scott Matthews – Elusive
- Shadowboxer – Jessie J – Price Tag

SoundCloud

Everything Everything – Final Form (Shadowboxer Remix)

Juniper (Eshcm Laid-back Remix)

Chimp Spanner – Supererogation (Shadowboxer Remix)

Marcel Legane – Friendly Fire (Shadowboxer Remix)

Juniper (from Two Cities EP)

Dancer (from Two Cities EP)

Villanelle (from Two Cities EP)

Word of a Stranger (from Two Cities EP)


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