Culture is not your friend!
Issue four. May 1st. 2011
Are you ready for the great royal wedding?
Spring is here, bringing change. It seems more and more populations are boiling with different kinds of changes lately, especially where no promise for a change was made before. The sun that shines in the break of spring can be warm and soothing, but it can be deadly as well, scorching and piercing the dry skin. We hope for the gentler kind to shine on us, as we hope for these global changes to turn positive.
Last month we released a special online album, titled “Noises For Japan“. This huge compilation, lasting over four hours, was released online as a charity album in order to help raise money for JEARS, a great organization that helps recovering injured and lost animals in the disaster area in Japan. You can gather more information about the album and about the organization here – https://cinyf.wordpress.com/2011/04/08/noises-for-japan-sustain-rebuild-available-now
And we would be very happy if you considered purchasing this great compilation, and help these wonderful people do their work. Needless to say, we are not getting any money from this album, and even the great guys at Bandcamp, who hosts this album, reduced their fees dramatically in order to help.
Those who would like to be connected to us through Facebook will find us here – http://www.facebook.com/cinyf
We are planning more projects like our online album, for different, even happier events, and while we post new information on this web page once a month, it’s easier to be updated daily through our page on Facebook.
So what do we have for you this month? Well, we have two more interviews, one with Cheerleader69, who has been releasing his own music for quite some time now, along with his great band Punish Yourself, while the second interview is with our own Albérick, as I talk to him about his project .cut.
Also, we have six more album reviews:
If you’re an artist with a released album, or a label, don’t hesitate and send us a copy for a review, or ask for an interview. The postal address can be found on the ‘About’ section on this website.
Hope you enjoy this issue!
The British royal family is not your friend!