Before you make judgements, know this:
The driver of the SUV was beaten, given two black eyes, and needed stitches to his face and chest.
The guy he RAN OVER now has a broken spine, two broken legs, bruised lungs, and may never walk again.
Obviously no one is innocent here, but one person clearly paid a much higher price.
Drummer, pianist, guitarist, bassist, producer, recording engineer, and DJ here. Music is music is music. And if you can't understand that, then you haven't done near enough listening.
That look at 26:53 when the synth cut out.
Not all Republicans/conservatives are against gay marriage. I have at least 2 gay Republican friends, if it matters. And marriage isn't just a religious institution... You sure put a lot of energy into these rants though,
This person here would just like to remind everyone that not all Democrats are like that teacher. She is an idiot. Moving on.
It's "Feel This Moment" by Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera, which happens to sound a lot like "Take On Me" by A-ha.
“He was shaken by the overwhelming revelation that the headlong race between his misfortunes ad his dreams was at that moment reaching the finish line. The rest was darkness, 'Damn it,' he sighed. 'How will I ever get out of this labyrinth!”
― Gabriel García Márquez, The General in His Labyrinth
This song always reminds me of this quote.
Why do all these DJs at Boom's contests look so bored? Focus over showmanship, I know, but still...
Heard this playing before a video and was like DJ SHADOOOOWWWWW other than that stupid commercial though
I'm a teenager as well and I love attempting Chopin... And mostly failing. XD But I'm getting Op. 9 No. 2 under control, I'm self taught and have been playing for less than 4 years, so it's hard... I'm trying though.
B.Durazzo's girl. He's arguably better. (Check out the other videos on this channel, in particular "Clockwork")
Ok, this setup does work... But given that he's ARMIN VAN BUUREN, can't somebody please come up with an easier way for him to do this? Haha
Agh. My life right now... I miss her. But beautiful song.
Saw them do this live... Was at absolute peace listening to it. I don't know if I've ever felt that way before. Truly incredible.
Guys, stop being idiots. He knows it's not supposed to be played in one minute, he's not stupid. This was a technical display, and an impressive one at that. Bravo to you, this shows an incredible amount of skill, and I sincerely doubt any of the commenters are remotely as talented. If you are, post a video to prove it.
Well, yes it does. I know that not all dubstep songs drop at 32 bars in (aka 55 seconds) or are even at 140 bpm to begin with, but it's common, to say the least. And just basic music theory, things sound more even in multiples of two. So 2 bar phrases, 4 bar phrases, 8 bar, 16 bar, 32 bar. So 32 bars isn't a random-ass number, it's basic theory.
...How do you get this good? Please tell me.
Very nice, very nice. Good cinematography, as previously said. I didn't understand the plot really until the very end, but it made sense then. Some interesting symbolism there. Overall, well done!