Remarking Music ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Little bit immaterial to think about the prehistoric origin of noise that played a vital role as a forbear of music. Actuality was that a buzzing wave of noise was coming along with movement, rhythm, and sound so far to disperse life throughout the universe. Who is the tuner of that realm where noisy pitches could be changeable in musical harmony by following the gradual improvisation? God, He could be the first pianist who tuned this noise principle so that life could possible or everything could appear and extinct here just like the fine-tuned cord of the atonic piano. Or else something undefined causes as an intruder keep always busying itself fine-tuning the principle music of life with a variety of sharp major and minor octaves. Music is the mirror to consider the beginning of this entire creation as a continual whiff of cosmic waves of rhythm and noisy beats, along with attuned sound and movement… Continue reading Remarking Music ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

On Music ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… the positive influence of the music on people’s life does not depend on the intention that to what extent listeners entertained by the musical arrangements. Rather, it utterly depended on the muse that how they communicate themselves after hearing the sound of raga or folk or a rap-punk, and what they think about it, as Michael Jackson once signified the entire term in his song by calling it ‘Human nature’. Sound of music is not sacred, as Ted Andrews used to mean in his book using spiritual sensors. As an artform, contrary, music is one of the sacred imitations of Nature and manmade objects that can reveal the real energy of this planetary life yet carried within… A day will come when we have no choice rather exit the planet. When we will start the journey to an unknown planet, it is not absurd that we loaded our suitcase with the happiest things we enjoyed here. The little ‘Foli’ perhaps the stroller can choose as a memoir on his days of exit to the planet… Continue reading On Music ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Hi Moonwalker, let startin’ somethin’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… He used to think about himself infancy, a swinger in a cradle, suppose the infants are always swinging in the cradle with spellbound innocence. The man was an infant despite his adulthood, he liked belonged in childhood despite the eventual effect of adulthood. He felt somber to remember the adulthood experience he had, felt ashamed to think about the grief, pain, hatred where his soul is reeling around, which make-bound him to play the encounter role always. It was against the nature of love which he has cravingly quested until his death. He has made him for love, recited love in his song with Utopian illusion… He is no more on this earth but his song has still accompanied us to feel his memorable presence and remembered him with love and respect; and, with all of his animated controversies he had done by caring none… Continue reading Hi Moonwalker, let startin’ somethin’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Blade Runner 2049: Fate Examined (Final Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… The plot is simple and indifferent to the long-lasting history of human civilization on this planet. Human exploited human in remote past and now time is coming to exploit bioengineered replicants to serve the reduction principle that, empathy is relative with apathy, humanity is relative with inhumanity, and humanism itself is relative with dehumanism… Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: Fate Examined (Final Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Blade Runner 2049: Fate Examined (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… The visual appeal of this movie is personal, and it varied a person to person. Ridley Scott mentioned it ‘a complete personal film’ for him. Both versions of ‘Blade Runner’ is a personal arty-craft of the artist who eagerly brushing his canvas with dark neurosis, in where he tried to say, —life is the game of hunting your own way to live a quality life within the short duration… The in-depth meaning of life is simple and that is, —a system cannot validate its own validity ‘by self’, its validity depends on its relative interaction with outer elements, which makes the system valid and price worthy. K realized the ultimate pointer before his death by embracing the snowfall in his downcast face… Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: Fate Examined (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

1 sighted reality ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… A reality is not fictional or metaphysical, and not that it is absent; it exists without any justification of anybody; yes, reality itself is not fictional but the perception is fictitious here. We all pertained with a massive unconscious and tried to feel the unconscious through our imagery perception, so far our body-mind allowed us to watch and perceived it. That is the ambiguities of our existence that we can interpret our action as a 1, can write down our entire detail in a book, which can narrate our intelligence as a unique 1 of the whole universe, but all this are fictitious, imagined by the fictional mind of me or anybody else… Continue reading 1 sighted reality ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

MindWalk: The Monologue of Impossible ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

This body is the reason for action and event, where mind is the traveler to signify yonder action. Human Being is a Mindwalker, walks to idealize its living as a human. This was perhaps the key objectification to me when I switched the play button for watching Bernt Capra’s conversation movie “Mindwalk”, where three different people meet in a French monastery and make a long conversation there. They talk with each other, converse to explain their own point of views about world’s reality… Continue reading MindWalk: The Monologue of Impossible ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

A song and the melancholic beauty of life ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Time changes rapidly. It’s a tough combat to keep your feet in the ground by handshaking with people. However, Louis Armstrong believed on it and we should believe. Readers, you are invited to listen the famous “Handshake” again before destroying your peace to chase behind the daily burdens… Continue reading A song and the melancholic beauty of life ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Dance for the Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Sublimation makes them separate but they have tended to attached them with root-oriented rural life, where life is even today natural and automated by religious belief and mystic feeling of eternity. Bauls are inborn singer of rural nature and its folk tunes. They are whirling around the humanity. Human is the central point of Baul’s thought. They called it “Sohoj Manush” which could be symbolized in English by the term the “Golden Man”. Continue reading Dance for the Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Forever Young and Chimes of Freedom ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Those days melted in dark now, but the desire of “be young forever” hunting our soul yet. Pete Seeger was always positive in his faith of equality and peace. He deconstructs Dylan by this ground. Old singer is looking jovial and confident to his dream of equality and justice for all in the deconstructed song. Children enjoying the beauty of an old man who still think, “The world will be change and justice will enter in everybody’s pocket”… Continue reading Forever Young and Chimes of Freedom ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Rhythmic Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… We see Faust realize at the end (last chapter of the play: second part) that, the desire of humanity is associated with the desire of orchestrated goodness against the evil desire of egoistic mastery. Nature is harmonious with good-and-bad, where humans are the part of this great orchestration, where we are not the master of it, but we can partake the orchestration as a composer of harmony, and that’s the meaning of life, which probably began here by the massive noisy monotonic music…However, we ought to remember, music and notations begin when we were in the jungle passed our life by embracing the beauty and thrill of nature. Nature creates rhythm and we swilled it. Urban life also creates various tunes every day and we use them to create a new test of music, but the basic beats of music still produced where we are closer to the life-evolved nature. Continue reading Rhythmic Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Vagabond in Power: The UniNational Anthem on Fela Kuti’s Denial ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Fela tried to establish music as a weapon for politics, where every artist is a political person by his own ways of living, thinking and breathing. His overseas tour in Berlin, it was late seventies and Fela came to a decision that, time is coming to change the meaning of VIP (Very Important Personality) to the new meaning of “Vagabond in Power”… Continue reading Vagabond in Power: The UniNational Anthem on Fela Kuti’s Denial ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Hide Away and the Anti Social ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Readers, I said all this due to the song I listened hundreds times even to memorize the history of that particular sixties and seventies. I said all this to remember the catchy moment of this particular song, which is drives me to think about the “aim of life”, “destiny of life” and thrown me into the quest, —“philosophy of life” particularly./ Yes, today’s post is my tribute to a most topical song “Hide Away” (number 5 of Goddess in the Doorway album) and the singer Mick Jagger too, for his meaningful contribution in western music. Albeit the song is almost recent (composed in year 2001) but its rhythmic style, melodious howling and philosophic reflections reminds the beginning moment of Mick, when he was psychedelic to mimicking the vagueness of mechanized life in his own style. Continue reading Hide Away and the Anti Social ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Dogville, Morals once lived here ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

However, Lars Von Trier, the stylish, experimental, poetic, philosophical, surreal, introvert and to opposite the “outspoken negative” answered this all to destroy the Dogville’s citizens (even the little children, cause, they’re also carries the same burden of ethical lapse and misery) by the mobs./What did he do is correct? The answer could be many and struggles with the dual. Except the feeling that, Dogville was a little rocky town, where once the strange goodness exists like a stranger, and one day, by the sudden moment of danger, Dogville vanished in vain… to left the penance that, here once a gracious and benevolent town exists, carried the cruelty in its unconscious mind. Continue reading Dogville, Morals once lived here ⇒ Kirno Sohochari