Here are all of hannacelina's jams.
by Led Zeppelin
Little drops of rain whisper of the pain, tears of loves lost in the days gone by. My love is strong, with you there is no wrong, together we shall go until we die. My, my, my. #LongLiveTheJams #ThanksTIMJ
Jammed: 17th Aug 2015
by with Recurrent Neural Networks
With the recent “Deepdream” research about using neural networks for images, what would happen if you take recurrent neural networks and applied them to audio instead - would it work? Sort of. For this demo, they used a network that was trained on a variety of Madeon songs. I wonder what would happen if they tried the Beatles... Not easy to sample...
Jammed: 10th Jul 2015
This song defined my college years, was on my blank cd that someone gave to me and I never knew who it was by and what it said. It's funny to realize a decade later that (1) it's Radiohead *duh* and (2) it's not "I'm trapped here" as I thought, but "in its right place". And then you read about it: // The line, "Yesterday I woke up sucking a lemon", apparently refers to the face one makes in reaction to a lemon's sourness. Yorke revealed in an interview that while promoting OK Computer, he was told he frequently exhibited a sour-faced look. Other lyrics are said to have been drawn randomly from a hat in a process inspired by artist Tristan Tzara, whose instructions for "How to make a Dada poem" appeared on Radiohead's website at this time. Another line, "There are two colours in my head", is a reference to the paintings of Mark Rothko, of whom Yorke would reference as an influence in interviews leading up to its release. // What. A. Tune.
Jammed: 25th Jun 2015
by The Lemon Pipers
Love this song, well worth the 5 second wait of the bad intro of this version. Also incredible to compare this digitally restored version to the original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bI1EOxwnpvk
Jammed: 23rd Jun 2015
by Tom Holkenborg (ak. Junkie XL)
If you have not seen Mad Max, you MUST run to the cinema IMMEDIATELY. Not only because of the soundtrack, which is the most powerful piece of composing I have encountered in an action film for a while, but also because this soundtrack is impossible to appreciate fully without the mindblowing imagery of a post apocalyptic world of Mad Max. It's a symphony, where the images of the movie are one of the instruments. I really can't explain this well. You just have to see it.
Jammed: 24th May 2015
by The Lovin' Spoonful
sometimes there's one with deep blue eyes
Jammed: 28th Mar 2015
by The Shins
I saw Broken Bells live last year and it was incredible to me how James Mercer's voice resonates with such pure clarity (it sounds a bit surreal). This is one of my favourite songs by the Shins. "Fate isn't what we're up against: there's no design, no flaws to find"
Jammed: 12th Feb 2015
by Kayah i Bregović
One of my favourite songs to sing along to, especially during the winter. Here is the Serbian original (which I think is actually better, especially vocals, but I cannot post it on TIMJ): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWLaiLDa8sI
Jammed: 19th Jan 2015
by Freddie Mercury, Michael Jackson
Previously unreleased track (well, there was a leak a few years back but it was not a professionally mixed duet, like this one). Such a wonderful song.
Jammed: 20th Sep 2014
Do not. EVER. Get talked into singing this one in karaoke. It's easy right? You know it right? No! You think you know this song until you try to sing it ;-) Enjoy this wonderful life version!
Jammed: 27th Jun 2014
by The Bees
My favourite song by the Bees (though they have a TON of amazing ones). Could only jam this live version, but the amazing video is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsVR3mSKhJk&feature=kp
Jammed: 12th May 2014
Great song, choice inspired by a noteworthy article I read the other day: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/20/magazine/its-the-end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it-and-he-feels-fine.html?hpw&rref=magazine
Jammed: 23rd Apr 2014
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