The Strokes – Under Cover Of Darkness

Posted in Music on March 18, 2011 by lybranius01

Under Cover Of Darkness

The Strokes have released one of the most anticipated tracks of the year with ‘Under Cover of Darkness,’ the first single from their forthcoming album ‘Angles,’ which is scheduled to be released on March 22.

Strokes fans have been eagerly awaiting new material from the seminal New York City quartet since 2006, and with ‘Under Cover of Darkness,’ those fans have every reason to be pleased.

Rolling Stone gave the tune four stars and proclaims that it, “barrels into the bar with ‘Return to Form’ written on its forehead.” Fans will also be excited to learn that the band will be hosting a free download of the track on their website for 48 hours, beginning on Wednesday, Feb. 9.

Strokes bass player, Nikolai Fraiture, took some time recently to discuss the band’s fourth studio release with BBC Radio, explaining, “Sonically, I feel it’s the album which should have been made between ‘Room On Fire’ and ‘First Impressions Of Earth.'”

The announcement of their single was released on their website on February 9th, 2011 and fans can now download The Strokes’ new single “Under Cover of Darkness” for free! That’s right, for only 48 hours you can get yourself a copy of the new single right here at (

The King of Limbs – a Radiohead new album released

Posted in Music on February 19, 2011 by lybranius01

This information was received at February 18, 2011, It was in my in box email and sent by info.w*** email. I visited this day (november/19/2011) and found that the album was already in presale.

Radiohead’s new record, The King Of Limbs, is presented here as the world’s first* Newspaper Album, comprising:

* Two clear 10″ vinyl records in a purpose-built record sleeve.
* A compact disc.
* Many large sheets of newspaper artwork, 625 tiny pieces of artwork and a full-colour piece of oxo-degradable plastic to hold it all together.
* The Newspaper Album comes with a digital download that is compatible with all good digital media players.
* The Newspaper Album will be shipped on Monday 9th May 2011 you can, however, enjoy the download now.
* Shipping is included in the prices shown.
* One lucky owner of the digital version of The King Of Limbs, purchased from this website, will receive a signed 2 track 12″ vinyl.


My review for this album:

I think the songs are to heavy for new comers Radiohead fans even for old dog fanatics because all album are generate in exploration arrangement so all this songs will need more time in some their fans ear. Please don’t thinking about creep & High and dry if you want to listen or buy this album or you will be get little bit an upset.


Pilgrim’s Progress (2010) – a new Kula Shaker album

Posted in Music on August 10, 2010 by lybranius01

Pilgrim’s Progress is the fourth studio album by Kula Shaker and was released on June 28th, 2010. The first single to be taken from the album was “Peter Pan R.I.P”, which was made available to download as an MP3 from the band’s website on April 22th, 2010.

Pilgrim’s Progress was released in three different versions: a standard twelve track album; a limited edition deluxe box set, with a bonus CD of unreleased songs and demos; and a super deluxe box set, featuring the regular deluxe package, along with an a vinyl LP of the album and a T-shirt.The super deluxe edition is limited to 300 copies and is signed by the cover artist Chris Hopewell.

The CD album artwork for the standard twelve track album erroneously lists three bonus tracks that do not actually appear on the album.

The album has been well received by fans and critics alike, becoming their best reviewed album since their debut

Track listing for Pilgrim’s Progress (2010) are:
(All music composed by Kula Shaker)
1. “Peter Pan R.I.P”
2. “Ophelia”
3. “Modern Blues”
4. “Only Love”
5. “All Dressed Up”
6. “Cavalry”
7. “Ruby”
8. “Figure It Out”
9. “Barbara Ella”
10. “When a Brave Needs a Maid”
11. “To Wait Till I Come”
12. “Winter’s Call”

I think this is the very best of Kula Shaker album after long time they didn’t launch any album. There are many recommended good songs at Pilgrim Progress, so I think this album will give better impact for Kula Shaker from they fanatic birthpop fans.

For they who buy Deluxe edition bonus CD: Lost and Proud, will have another more extra songs such:
1. “Intro”
2. “Sister Breeze”
3. “High in a Heaven”
4. “Space Caravan”
5. “Let It In” [Demo]
6. “Light Years Ahead of Our Time” [Demo]
7. “The Phantom”
8. “Witches & Wine” [Demo]
9. “Sweet Sympathy”
10. “Peter Pan R.I.P”

Koil’s Blacklight Shines On

Posted in Music on May 22, 2010 by lybranius01

Blacklight shines on
Blacklight Shines On
Track Listings:
1. Kenyataan Dalam Dunia Fantasi 4:06
2. Semoga Kau Sembuh pt. II 7:58
3. Ajaran Moral Sesaat 4:52
4. Aku Lupa Aku Luka 4:31
5. Hanya Tinggal Kita Berdua 7:33
6. Sistem Kepemilikan 4:40
7. Nyanyikan Lagu Perang 4:59
8. Semoga Kau Sembuh pt. I 6:25
9. Dan Cinta Kita Terlupakan 5:49

You can download from Koil’s site for free. Bravo our Indonesia rock star

Tribute To Jean-Michel Basquiat

Posted in Art & Visual on May 21, 2010 by lybranius01

Basquait with warhol
Jean-Michel Basquiat
American Painter
1960 – 1988

Every line means something — Basquiat about his work

Jean-Michel Basquiat was born on December 22, 1960 in Brooklyn, New York. His father, Gerard Basquiat was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and his mother, Matilde was born in Brooklyn of Puerto Rican parents.

Jean-Michel Basquiat’s productive career spanned just one short decade, yet he is considered one of the best-known artists of his generation and one of only a small number of Hispanic-African-American artists to have achieved international recognition. Graduating from subway walls to canvas and from the streets of New York to the galleries of SoHo, the artist and his work will forever remain a mystery to those who seek explanation.

Jean-Michel’s early years were spent with his middle class Haitian father, Gerard, who was unable to fulfill his son’s need for nurturing and recognition. To fill the void, Jean-Michel hit the streets of New York at a young age where art became an outlet for his anger and empty childhood. Also known by the tag “SAMO,” Jean-Michel’s unique brand of graffiti was found throughout Manhattan as early as 1976. “His work from the first consisted of conceptual, enigmatic combinations of words and symbols, executed with the curt simplicity of a late Roman inscription”, according to Henry Geldzahler, longtime curator of twentieth-century art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Jean-Michel was 18 when he approached Geldzahler and Andy Warhol in a SoHo restaurant. He sold Andy a postcard for one dollar but was dismissed by Geldzahler as “too young.” Less than three years later (1981) he was invited by artist and filmmaker, Diego Cortez, to participate in the P.S. 1 show, (Institute for Art and Urban Resources), alongside more than twenty artists including Keith Haring, Robert Mapplethorpe, Kenny Sharf and Andy Warhol.

In early 1982 Jean-Michel took the art world by storm with his rampageous one-man show at Annina Nosei’s gallery. This momentum propelled him to the forefront of the Neo-Expressionist movement which was characterized by intense subjectivity of feeling and aggressively raw handling of materials. Jean-Michel, accustomed to pushing the envelope in all aspects of his life, had something special to offer the neo-expressionist admirer: “I cross out words so you will see them more – the fact that they are obscured makes you want to read them.”

By the age of 24 Jean-Michel would be a veteran of one-man shows under the guidance of such notable art dealers as Nosei, Larry Gagosian, Mary Boone and Bruno Bischofberger. Bischofberger introduced Jean-Michel’s art overseas as well as orchestrated the joint collaboration of Warhol and Basquiat in 1985 which involved some 60 works.

Jean-Michel preferred drugs and women (including Madonna) over galleries, art dealers, collectors, and money (although one would be hard pressed to determine which he had more of). Lacking the fatherly support and acknowledgment he so desperately sought, Jean-Michel was unable to balance fame and fortune with his personal demons. His candle burned out on August 12th 1988, the result of a drug overdose. “Since I was seventeen, I thought I might be a star. I’d think about my heroes, Charlie Parker, Jim Hendrix . . . I had romantic feeling of how people had become famous,” reminisced Jean-Michel before his death.

It has been written of Basquiat that he “embodies the myth of a modern Icarus who rose too quickly and burnt himself in the heat of the sun.” However, Robert Damiani, (Deputy Mayor and Councilor for Cultural Affairs, New York) brings us to a more profound conclusion: “I believe that, as an expression of a time that is tragic like no other in the history of the world, he consciously aimed his flight in the opposite direction, toward the infernos that are unexplored even by the outcasts of humanity who live out their brief earthly existence in the sinister roar of the subway, no longer on the road, but underground, irresistibly attracted by the disturbing profundity of the abyss.”

Did you know what on April 8th, 1994

Posted in Music on May 21, 2010 by lybranius01

On April 8th 1994 Kurt Cobain, the lead singer of Nirvana, was found dead in his Seattle home of an apparent shotgun wound to the head and with three times the lethal amount of heroin in his system. A note lay at the scene. The verdict was suicide. Others are skeptical.

Kurt in Nirvana
Kurt in nirvana

After ten years, his death still remains debated and has been told on numerous major media outlets such as VH1, Unsolved Mysteries and Court Tv. Radio shows such as Allan Handleman, Tom Leykis, Gil Gross and even ’shock jock’ Howard Stern had it’s coverage.

In 1998, Nick Broomfields’ blundered featured film, “Kurt and Courtney” made its way to the screen and numerous books that covered Kurt’s death such as “Who Killed Kurt Cobain? The mysterious death of an
icon” to the newly released “Love and Death” by Canadian journalists Ian Halperin and Max Wallace, appeared thereafter with many questions still unresolved.

For many of us who believe that Kurt did not commit suicide, this site will cover the major issues concerning Kurt’s death and to shed light on what really happened from the Rome incident to his untimely death just one month later.

This website exists for the reader to view the information surrounding this case and in hope that a proper investigation will be conducted so that Kurt’s fans and his daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, will know how he really died.

Ordinary Once!

Posted in Ordinary Life on April 22, 2010 by lybranius01

Semangat untuk terbang, kadang terburai berhamburan. Mencari jejak, tak lebih dari jejak kaki sendiri. Dunia yang berubah, seperti secangkir kopi hangat yang menjadi dingin.
Semangat untuk terbang, kadang terburai berhamburan
Bill gate said, manusia yang tak ingin berubah akan dimakan oleh zaman-nya. Namun keberanian untuk berubah, tentunya “bukan hal yang biasa”.
“Bukan hal yang biasa,”…. Ya tentu,… karena kita paling mudah melakukan hal2 biasa. Dan perubahan, bagi saya adalah keberanian untuk melakukan hal yang tidak biasa seperti yang dilakukan orang lain.

NAMUN, perubahan kadang tidak hanya memerlukan faktor internal. Ketika hati kecil kita sudah memantapkan hati untuk melakukan perubahan, kadang faktor eksternal tidak kalah ekstrim “membelenggunya.”

Solusi,…bagi sebagian orang akan sangat mudah mendapatkanya. Dengan dukungan finansial, spiritual, link/koneksi, mungkin untuk link/koneksi saya lebih suka menyebutkanya sahabat. Untuk yang satu ini, bagi saya amat membantu.
Life could’nt be eassier without friends. Namun hidup ditengah kepungan ke-egoisan, individualis, matrealis, terkadang melupakan arti persahabatan. Sering kita dengan mudahnya “menggilas” norma-norma persahabatan untuk sesuatu yang jika dipikir ulang sangat tidak logis. persahabatan semakin menjadi kurang bermakna ketika kita mendengar kisah-kisah yang lebih memilukan seperti, seorang oknum ayah memperkosa anak gadisnya, ibu menjual anaknya, dan blabalabla,….blablabla. Kadang pundak yang terbaik untuk membagi beban kita adalah pundak sahabat kita sendiri. Dan ketika beban itu terbagi, kita akan kembali siap untuk kembali terbang menggapai cita.

Mencari jejak, tak lebih dari jejak kaki sendiri.
Kadang, introspeksi yang terbaik adalah ketika kita bercermin dipagi hari. Ketika kita akan berangkat menuju aktivitas sehari-hari, tentu kita tak lupa bercermin. Di pagi yang sejuk, menggunakan pakaian terbaik, mempersiapkan segalanya untuk satu hari nanti,… begitu nikmatnya. Rambut yang sedikit terurai kita selipkan kembali, sepatu yang kotor kita lap kembali,… Begitu optimis, bahkan sering kita terlupa bahwa kemarin kita baru saja melewatkan sesuatu yang dahsyat.

Sering kali kita ingin mencapai dan meniru hal-hal yang telah diperbuat oleh tokoh-tokoh besar. Mengikuti kisah-kisah suksesnya, keberhasilannya, bahkan gaya hidupnya. Membaca bukunya, melihat film-nya, membeli dvdnya,… yang notabene hanya berisi penggalan2 kehidupan yang tidak lengkap. Kadang, hanya sebagian kecil yang menceritakan kehidupan sehari-hari sebelum ketika sukses tersebut mengangkatnya dari jurang “keterbelakangan.” Namun saya yakin, sebelum tokoh-tokoh besar itu mencapai suksesnya, mereka pun melakukan hal yang hampir sama persis dengan orang-orang kebanyakan. Mereka sama-sama mencari makan (dengan setting yang berbeda), mengalami kegagalan, mengalami hambatan, dll.
Mungkin ada baiknya ketika kita akan melangkah, setelah interospeksi diri,.. kita bertanya, akan dibawa kemanakah langkah kaki ini,….?

Dunia yang berubah, seperti secangkir kopi hangat yang menjadi dingin.