So this guy makes electric guitars out of ordinary shovels, and apparently he’s selling them for thousands of dollars (which I highly doubt), but at least he listed their prices on his website www.shovellica.com
I stumbled upon this very cool video about “knowledge” and “solipsism” this morning.
The clip starts at 6:47 but watch the whole thing, it’s really worth it and I personally enjoy every video V-Sauce makes.
I posted about a similar topic a few weeks ago quoting the Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson. This time it’s Steven Wilson from one of the most psychedelic prog bands today Porcupine Tree.
Suffocation guitarist posted a video of him buying his own CD and delivering a message to all music fans.
It’s no secret that musicians today are suffering the effects of online piracy. There are a lot of debates whether free music and file sharing has positive or negative effects on the artists, on one side of the fence are the record companies, on the other side are the file sharing fans, and musicians are stuck on the fence in between.
Semantic Saturation is an independent band/project, which means no record company or label has supported the project financially. So be sure that every dollar you spend will go directly to the artist as a contribution towards the thousands of dollars spent in creating this record.
Online piracy and illegal downloads are destroying a lot of musicians and artists.
Support the bands and music you like if you want to hear more.
Here’s how you can support us: http://bit.ly/buycdbundle
Here’s the video from Suffocation guitarist Guy Marchais.
And in case you don’t have the time to watch the whole thing, I’ll summarize his message for you.
We’re not Metallica, we can’t afford giving away CDs to everyone. If you download the album online, it’s ok to check it out, but then go and buy it, it’s easy and it’s only 16 bucks,??support the band, don’t be a cheap motherfucker.
A very inspiring video narrated by Allan Watts, a British philosopher, “What if money didn’t matter?”. Something to relate to when you’re listening to “What if We All Stop” with Andy Kuntz on vocals.