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30 Day Cinema - Day 18 (pt 2)

Welcome to FTI5′s 30 day cinema, wherein we will re-visit two MVs every day for 30 days.

Song: Stay
Album: 20[Twenty]
Year: 2012
Language: Japanese

Stay is the acoustic title track for an album I adored upon its release: 20[Twenty]. It is, in essence, made to be sung along to. Reminiscent of Treasure, the song is a simple, uncomplicated piece of music which spotlights the amazing vocals of Lee Jaejin against a simple instrumental backing. Jaejin sings the majority of this song (which is no longer surprising), and Hongki (as always) takes the chorus.

I really enjoy the music video for this piece. Much like the song, it’s very simple. And as with many of their more fan-focused songs, the music video acts as a window into FT Island as musicians. We catch glimpses of composing, discussions, recording and just making music.

Again, my full review can be found here.

Review by Admin A @

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anonymous asked:

Random question but what does @TheGoldenCloset supposed to mean? Is it Gguk's studio? (Sorry if you've already answered this! 😅)

it is kookie’s name for his studio/where he composes and records tracks ^_^ (also don’t apologize it’s perfectly fine to ask me questions even if you think I’ve answered them already. I’ve built this blog giving info so it’s ok to keep asking me~)

rap line and kookie have studios bcoz they compose~ before they moved dorms, jungkook’s studio was literally like the closet space in the dorm, it’s like one of the small rooms turned into a closet and then one part is where he records. That’s why he calls it Golden Closet~ now that he has his own room maybe that’s the new Golden Closet hehe~

golden closet - jungkook’s studio
mon studio - joon’s studio
hope world - jhope’s studio
genuis lab - suga’s studio

kookie’s recent golden closet that we know ^_^


pc: this gem

Note: Are any of you even alive? Because I Am Not. This is just a short drabble to let you guys know I’m still here. Can I just say that I love these particular frames A Lot! More than any of his other frames. Like these are my favorite. God. I’m-

Pairing: Yoongi x Reader
Rating: NC17
Genre: Smut
Word Count: 1991




It’s never an accident whenever Yoongi wears those glasses. He isn’t one to preen too often, but seeing your reaction anytime he wears that specific pair is always good for his ego. Yoongi finds it fascinating and gratifying that your reaction to him wearing those glasses doesn’t seem to change after all these years. 

It always starts with mild surprise because you can’t keep a poker face to save your life. He adores the way your eyes widen and lips part the moment you catch sight of him. Sometimes the hitch in your breath and gaping-fish look can last for a full two seconds. Sometimes (regrettably) you recover quicker than that. 

The surprise fades to lust at an exceptionally quick rate, and Yoongi is not at all embarrassed to say that this is his favorite part of the whole cycle. It’s like watching dominoes fall, one on top of the other, on top of the other, and so on and so forth - falling pieces knocking down the next piece towards that inevitable, satisfying end. He sees it in the pattern of your breaths, in your small, dry swallows and soft clearings of your throat. 

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“Play something for me?” He hears your quiet request, but just barely, as you curl up on the couch, simply watching his fingers moving over the frets like he’s caressing the instrument. He looks up and nods, eyes drifting over your face as he begins to play - first an aimless melody, slowly becoming more complicated, but retaining the same sweetness as it had at the beginning. It isn’t anything you recognize: not an EXO song or something he’s composed and recorded yet in his studio at home. As the song slowly comes to a close, drifting off in the space between the two of you, he finally looks back down at his guitar. “What’s that called? it’s new.”

“It doesn’t have a name yet… it’s the music I hear when I look at you.”

- Admin J


“Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Vikings” - good sound advice from Joe Bethancourt, a bit late for most of the Society for Creative Anacronism crowd

Jeff Lynne and Dhani Harrison at 2017 MusiCares Person Of The Year (Saluting Tom Petty) in Los Angeles. Photo courtesy of Jeff Lynne’s Facebook Page

“We were finishing a record together [when he died]. After he passed away, I got to work with Jeff Lynne, and I ended up finishing it with Jeff and kind of taking the role of my dad on, because there was no artist there to answer questions. That kind of left me in Los Angeles, and left me in a studio thinking, ‘Well, that was the most fun thing that I could be doing.’ So I kind of just carried on from there, making my own records and composing for film and TV. It just seemed like a logical step for me. “ - Dhani, from an interview with NPR

“Jeff and my dad had a great way of working together. They were very good friends, and Jeff was meticulous, and he’d have a lot of ideas and bounce stuff off my dad. They just worked very well together.“ -Dhani, Guitar World

Straight Outta Bedroom

So I’ve had this blog for a year and a half now – yay! I’ve primarily focused on music production methods and tips. If you’re into that, making music, then here are a few (not all) old posts that could interest you. Now, did you ever wonder… 

You’re welcome.


Regional At Best is technically twenty one pilot’s second album, although the vast majority of the songs on it are repeated on Vessel, their third release. It came out in 2011, the year the original band members (other than Tyler) left, and so exists in a funny kind of limbo, with many people unsure if it actually counts as, like, a proper album.

Slowtown is one of the few songs unique to this record, composed of an almost childlike melody that hearkens back to idyllic days long gone. It’s a song about the terrifying speed of growing up, of adult life, of things rushing past before you were aware they were there.

I put my socks on my feet/just so that my soul won’t fall through my toes/and I walk through my door/just so I don’t fall through the floor. It’s the comforting mundanity of routine, sometimes the only action you can take with any certainty, and, despite Tyler’s wish to go to Slowtown, it’s the need to keep going, to keep moving, so that you don’t have to do anything else. I keep walking, I keep going through my door, because if I stand stock still the world may collapse around me, may whirl into something unrecognisable.

we’re going too fast, fast, save us, now, Tyler sing-screams, the music reaching fever pitch, and it feels like the one and only time I was on a rollercoaster, my stomach swooping and unable to stop, unable to do anything but endure, and watch people shrieking in fun around me, and blinking club lights and the press of bodies and my arms rigid by my side, and we’re going too fast, we’re supposed to live fast while we’re young but childhood feels like a blur and I still remember every second of the first time I got my heart broken. We’re going too fast, and time is slipping through our fingers, and we must treasure every second, every fibre of cotton against my toes, and I do not look up anymore because there isn’t time, the sky is unreachable and gravity is pulling me down, through the floor, through the door, and I am 20 years old and I still spell out cupboard the way I learned to when I was six.

Time is too fast, but we hold onto what we can.


На 23.04.2016 във Варна, поставихме нов рекорд на Гинес за “Най-голямата ДНК верига, съставена от хора”. Едно невероятно преживяване и един голям поклон на организаторите от медицински университет “Проф. д-р Параскев Стоянов”.

Today In History

‘Quincy Jones, record producer, conductor, arranger, composer, television producer and musician, was born in Chicago, IL, on this date March 14, 1933. Jones has 27 Grammys,including a Grammy Legend Award in 1991, producer of the album Thriller, by the king of pop Michael Jackson and as the producer and conductor of the charity song “We Are the World”.

(photo: Quincy Jones)

- CARTER Magazine

“At some point in the mid-‘80s, I heard a song of mine on the radio and for the first time, I felt that something really important had happened. Still, from time to time I listen to songs that I composed and recorded in the '80s on the radio, and I to say myself "Wow, incredible, there I am” but I was still just a teenager who just wanted to play the guitar.“

-Izzy Stradlin

“At some point in the mid-‘80s, I heard a song of mine on the radio and for the first time, I felt that something really important had happened.
Still, from time to time I listen to songs that I composed and recorded in the ‘80s on the radio, and I to say myself “Wow, incredible, there I am” but I was still just a teenager who just wanted to play the guitar.“

- Izzy Stradlin


Wendy Carlos born November 14, 1939
AKA the mother of modern electronic music

This amazing woman composed and recorded the entire Clockwork Orange soundtrack, yeah, that shit, that amazing stuff, this gal, right here.  Also, The Shining, yep.  That scary masterpiece, this gal made the music that made you piss.
She also did the original TRON soundtrack, so bow down, please.

Her biggest break through album was Switched On Bach(1968) which, yes, is amazing synth-y classical jams.

She began transitioning with the use of hormones in 1968 and has also won like 4 friggin’ awards for being awesome!(actually, mostly for having amazing music which directly equals being friggin’ awesome)

So, if anyone asks you who the biggest bad ass in electronic-acoustic, or just electronic music in general, you tell them Wendy-God-Damn-Carlos

Hired by BigHit: Bittersweet- Part 3

Pairing: Yoongi x Reader

Genre: Fluff, Angst

Summary: You’ve always had respect for Min Yoongi’s musical talent. As one of BigHit’s new producers, you now get to experience both the bitter and sweet sides of him.

Parts: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7 // 8 [END]

Hired by BigHit Series: Taehyung // Hoseok // Yoongi // Seokjin // Namjoon // Jungkook // Jimin

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Imagine Chanyeol and Kyungsoo sitting infront of the keyboard, in Yeol’s tiny studio. Shoulders and knees touching occasionally. Kyungsoo focused on the keyboard, trying notes and chords, pressing one key at a time, singing at the same time the lyrics he wrote. Chanyeol focused on Soo, watching him with a smile on his face, can’t help but giggle when Kyungsoo struggles with a note. And Kyungsoo turning to Yeol, hitting him with an annoyed face but a playful heart, telling him not to laugh and help him instead. Surrendering, Yeol adjusting the notes with the same warm smile and this continues all night. They are not getting tired of sitting next to each other in that small room, now warmer and cozier, as their voices harmonize together perfectly while singing Love Yourself through the end of the night.