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Description: On many tours and in countless concerts, Vanden Plas has proven again and again that it is among the world's leading Prog-Metal bands. The quintet's glowing reputation carries across the pond to the USA, where Vanden Plas was invited to appear at the renowned Prog Power Festival in Atlanta in 2011. Regardless of a band's fame, an invitation to this prestigious venue is an honor, and their performance will certainly retain an exceptional zone in the Vanden Plas history. It is for exactly that reason that Vanden Plas decided to record that special moment. "The Seraphic Live Works" fascinates for 9 songs, beginning with the straightforward opener "Postcard to God" through the atmospheric "Far Off Grace" to the brilliant closer "Silently." In this extended live ver of the song, Vanden Plas ignites a Prog-Metal-Fireworks-Display that is unparalleled, leading the listener through more than 11 superb mins to a spectacular conclusion.
Description: Fear of a Blank Planet is the ninth studio album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree and their greatest selling before 2009's The Incident. Released by Roadrunner on 16 April 2007 in the UK and rest of the Europe, 24 April 2007 in the United States through Atlantic, 25 April 2007 in Japan on WHD and 1 May 2007 in Canada by WEA. Steven Wilson has mentioned that the album's game is a direct reference to the 1990 Public Opponent album, Fear of a Black Planet; while the former was about race issues, the latter is about the fear of losing the actual generation of youth to different common threats to their mental and social wellbeing, including broken homes, excessive "screen time", and narcotic overuse (perscribed and otherwise) to the mission of mental and spiritual "blankness".
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The technique of duplication shots of dancers shifted in a time sequence created a visual echo effect. This interesting chronophotographic way has been successfully applied in a short movie Choros of directors-duo of Michael Langan and Terah Mahler. The resulting blending and merging movements during the dance gives the body a fresh form - an esoteric medium where the matter is losing its clarity revealing the dance of the soul and its stunning visuals. Clean and easy production design and mostly static camera work flawlessly in the service of highlighting the dancers in white uniform, either by dark contrast medium, or spacious meadow. Result of flame flicker through movement perfectly complements Steve Reich's shimmering music. This movie is highly suggested to anyone looking for inspiration in the beauty of the visual experience.
Sometimes - in fact a bit more often than sometimes - something comes along and you're in two distinctive minds about it . On one lvl you're able to admire something and on other lvl you just instinctively just don't like it . Michael Langan and Terah Maher short movie is a nice example of this . It is a short movie using the art of dance but if you think it's a easy movie featuring choreography and dance that's to do it a nice disservice . It involves time lapse photography and after photo and reminds me of a 1968 Canadian movie whose name I've forgotten that used " after photo " and here we have a related concept except it's used in a far more extreme method so much so it's mind blowing . I've never taken items like magic mushrooms or LSD but I imagine this is what an acid trip looks like - a very terrible one and there is a very freaky element to all this . So much so that it's very simple to forget on an intellectual lvl just how much time and expertise went in to making this short movie . As it stands it's a nice advertisement vs hallucinogenics and ends up becoming as freaky as it is admirable
Choros is a movie of a single dancer (Terah Maher) who performs on a easy scene by herself. So far it doesn't sound too engaging and I guess if it were screened just as it was filmed then perhaps it would not have been. However in this situation the post-production is where the movie very much comes alive as the movie of Maher dancing has essentially been duplicated and run 10 or so times with a slight time gap between each. This leads to the visual result of a trail of one person's movement with ghost photos making up that trail, although at another times the photos are also physically offset so that Maher appears to be an whole troupe of dancers performing together in excellent coordination.I tell "essentially been duplicated" to describe it, but I have no concept how this was done but can only imagine it took a lot of time and skill since the photos transport very well and in nice timing to one other and to the music. The end effect is quite hypnotic. You do tend to lose the feature of the dance moves in some cases, which is a downside; so for example movements all done in one spot later lose the individual into a blur of the movements. However it gotta be told that this blur is also visually interesting and beautiful. At 13 mins I did wonder if it was too long for this one concept but, while it should have lost a several minutes, the gradual build in scale and zone as well as the concept of death and then triumphant rebirth just about create the time work.It is technically very impressive but it still also works as a piece of performance and the digital work may change that, but only in a method that transforms and adds.
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