Whenever I walk into this hotel lobby I’m always impressed by this display of architecture design in bringing lights into the entrance of the lobby with the glass sunroof, and the large wall of curve concrete with windows that oversee the passersby through the front lobby evoke my curiosity of who might be among those rooms.
I always gravitate toward vintage sunroof architecture design like this shophouse in the photo. A relic in today’s modern society, a trace of the previous generation vivid commerce endeavour. The first floor was usually the business and the upper level was where the family dwelling. Currently, not many Singaporeans stay in these places, mostly foreign worker took up the rental.
For some reasons, I’m always interested in those back alley, old and rustic look. And when you look up to the shophouses back stairs, the romantic atmosphere mangle with daily life of washed cloth and unorganised household items in disarray fashion.
This another awesome piece that is difficult to come by in today’s 4 stroke motorcycle nation like Singapore. I can only imagine how much work to maintain this beauty. Part of my sentiment of the vintage Vespa is the hard metal construction. Something that’s really build to last. And the smell of 2-T oil is either you love it or hate it.
I had been using the Korg Volca gears for some time now. I had been very please with how things turn out. With DAW, I do not feel like I’m playing music, rather I feel like I’m working on a word processor. The mouse is just not the link between music and the world of audio options out there. For that being said, I just like to be cheap on my gears 🙂
So for my next purchase, I’m going to rather be blunt in my choice of gear. The microKorg. Most people will think I’m crazy but for that, I can do so much more besides my Volca Keys. I’m the kind of person who likes to just turn on an instrument and start playing. To config just not my thing. I prefer simple instrument and I make the most out of them. Bolo Da deliver the message better than I.
In the morning I greeted the ligth from the window with a heavy heart of yesterday that refuse to go
Yet I must go back to the work that is not my choosing
A choice made for me by my desire to live, and to see another day light by the window.
If the sound of the cello makes you think of the already well known classical flavour but seemingly nothing new to add to the creative side of today’s modern music, look no further. Here is Violoncheloops.
The execution of Violoncheloops has a unique movement and texture to its emotional presentation. With every string, the vibration of colourful sound pulls you into the story after story in wonderment. It’s hypnotism that does not have side effects and you can get off anytime you want. But… do you really want that?