Today I recommend a wooden bike, an untitled movie, a camera and a band.
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Fantastic concert by Andrew Bird, last night on a sold out São Jorge Cinema. It’s pretty impressive the way he makes the whole show, by himself. And what a powerful voice!! Great surprise.
(meanwhile, it’s playing “oh no” on the radio! eh eh eh)
First of all, let start with the good stuff:
The Lost Fingers
I’ve just heard these guys – The Lost Fingers – and this sounds pretty cool. We’ve heard covers before, but I think they’ve got some pretty good stuff here. A special notice to “Careless Whisper”, “Pump Up the Jam”, and obviously… “Billie Jean”. Very nice indeed.
Twitter Cover Songs
Still on the covers, here’s a excellent twitter for you to follow, only with covers songs. twitter.com/coversongs
Last.fm To Start Charging International Users
Now the bad thing. The stupid thing. The amazingly stupid thing.
I’ve just read in this article that Last.fm it’s going to start charging 3€, to all users outside of the UK, USA and Germany. Can you believe this? Was this the best business model they could find? Ok, I already pay Flickr for my ProAccount, but somehow I just can’t believe in this. It doesn’t seem to be right… Only for users outside of the UK, USA and Germany?! Will it be the end of Last.fm?
“SIEGFRIED”, BY WAGNER
Last week, São Carlos theatre was broadcasting live, the Richard Wagner’s “Siegfried” opera to the square. For free, obviously. It was pretty cool, but it didn’t got the audience I expected. Many empty chairs.
The statue you see there represents Fernando Pessoa, a portuguese poet.
MUSIC IN THE STREET
A few hours ago I was passing through Rua do Alecrim, when I started noticing some music in the air. The music was coming from Rua de São Paulo, a street that goes under Rua do Alecrim. A band was playing on the street, and they were recording the concert for a music clip or something. Didn’t quite understood who they were.
I’ll tell you as soon as I find out.