Vidro Azul ("Blue Glass")

Vidro Azul ("Blue Glass"): its broadcastings began in RUC-Radio University of Coimbra, later extending to Radio Radar, and now on Radio SBSR. In its two-hour duration, this author’s project explores melancholic sonorities also experimenting, boundarylessly, with beautiful ethereal landscapes. Through several genres ranging from folk, glitch, indietronica, neoclassical, ambient, jazz, indie pop, minimal among others, themes are blended in an intentional attempt to create a coherent harmony.

sexta-feira, dezembro 14

And it rains here / Everyday since I came, / and the linen covers rocks / And the green finds everything / Chimacum rain... // In the soar of leaves / And needle tufts and form, / in the grasses and the reeds, / and the spilling over stones / Chimacum rain... // I'm spacing out, I'm seeing silence between leaves, / I'm seeing down, I'm seeing silence that are his / He belongs here, can't have him / He belongs here, can't know him / He belongs here // It kinda gets inside you, / the silences I mean / They kinda wrap around you, / and loosen everything / Chimacum rain...

linda perhacs

Chemakum (English pronunciation: [ˈʧɛməkəm]) (also written as Chimakum or Chimacum) were a Native American group that once lived on western Washington state's Olympic Peninsula. The Chemakum spoke a language very similar to the Quileute language, which is now effectively a language isolate. This is because the Chemakum were wiped out by Chief Seattle and the Suquamish people in warfare during the 1860s.

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