Y'all are a bunch of wankers!

Boom boom boom

My house is trembling at the moment because of some dance event 500 metres away in the park.

Dance in the Park (this is last year's trailer).

Yesterday evening it started with a slightly different rhythm, Hardstyle in the Park
Permalink Attila 
September 1st, 2012 8:56am
I used to get that, when I'd live in Columbia, Maryland.  The Merriweather Post Pavilion is within listening distance to most of Columbia, especially for hard rock.
Permalink SaveTheHubble 
September 1st, 2012 10:03am
When I lived in Charlotte, I could hear the NASCAR races.

Constant roar of unmuffled race engines, with the occasional crowd noise when something vaguely interesting happened.
Permalink Send private email xampl9 (iPhone) 
September 1st, 2012 12:19pm
House music ... me likey!
Permalink Io 
September 1st, 2012 12:41pm


Different dance music.
Permalink Attila. 
September 1st, 2012 5:41pm
In Canberra the planners allocated a chunk of land behind Mounts Majura and Ainslie which faced huge opposition when some smarties demonstrated how the topology would funnel racing noise straight into the northern suburbs.

So now it's right next to the airport. Problem solved.

Now if they could just shift SummerNats away from Exhibition Park ...

Permalink trollop 
September 1st, 2012 8:36pm
Forgot to mention it was drag racing. Rails, nitro, blown V8s and other noisy toys.
Permalink trollop 
September 1st, 2012 8:39pm
The Inch'Allah song it's an attempt at producing something "different", as the competition is hard and one gotta get remarked in some way.

But I don't like it. Sounds too oriental and close to the gipsy songs I'm fed up with. Like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ev6LTWHY4s
Permalink Io 
September 2nd, 2012 10:52am
The Inch'Allah song is the result of a cooperation of a French rap-poet and a French-Algerian band.

So the 'oriental' sound is genuine western Arabian :-)
Permalink Attila 
September 2nd, 2012 10:55am
I thought this was Roma gypsy music

Palatka band:


I saw them in some village in the middle of nowhere in the province some years ago.

Very rough handling of their reinforced violins, suitable for playing 24 hours at a village wedding.
Permalink Attila 
September 2nd, 2012 11:09am
The "Palatka" band sings traditional romanian / hungarian / serbian music, hard to tell who's who since they influence each other. Like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cViTChGQAIU
It's "traditional" in that it was the peasant music of 100 years ago and survives at festivals and weddings in the countryside.

Contemporary gypsy music invades me from everywhere, like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvQNQ6ivSXs
Heck, this one doesn't even sound so bad :P
Permalink Io 
September 2nd, 2012 11:34am
Looks like it's inevitable to attempt to mix popular music into club / electronic sounds. This one's a Romanian DJ and a Bulgarian singer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeu6Y4Cxxds
Permalink Io 
September 2nd, 2012 11:43am
Gypsies in India.

Permalink Attila. 
September 2nd, 2012 12:03pm
Romanian DJ, Indian mix :) It's too little to say I like this clip - I find it fascinating and the melody line obsessive.
Permalink Io 
September 2nd, 2012 2:14pm
Permalink Io 
September 2nd, 2012 2:14pm
Once more back to le Grand Corps Malade, with Roméo kiffe Juliette, another kind of dance piece:

Permalink Attila. 
September 2nd, 2012 4:39pm
The Inch'Allah music line is way more to my liking, compared to the last piece.
Permalink Io 
September 3rd, 2012 3:57am
Also, after listening to it a few times, I started to like it :D
Permalink Io 
September 3rd, 2012 4:00am

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