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Isabella Rose

Isabella Rose is Writer & Alternative Therapy Trainer, specialising in alternative health, creative writing, books, screenplays, music, and equine. We are a small design studio and independent publishing house with a strong network of distribution outlets around the world. Our aim is to work together by gifting loving gestures to those who may need support in times of crisis. Our writers, teachers, and artists dedicate a percentage of their time to gift onto another. We are so blessed to have such a supportive team of like-minded individuals and wish to pay this forward to you.


2018-12-14
The use of broken loops in breakbeat music
The popular breakbeat song of the 1920's the Charleston along with the ever growing Jazz and swing bands, breakbeat grew into a well-used technique to create original and uplifting music with the beat being broken allowing the drum loops to occur during the break in the music.

Hip Hop turntablist and DJ Kool Herc, began using several funk breaks in his early mixes of the 1980’s, with several irregular drum patterns from music artists songs such as The Winston’s Amen Brother and James Brown’s song Funky Drummer which formed the hip hop rhythm base for many of his mixes...read more
Tag: breakbeat, loop, dance, djs, b-boys
2018-12-13
The electronic big beats of Fatboy Slim
English DJ Fatboy slim, first hit the 'big beats' genre by releasing his first single, "Dub be good to me", which was a number one hit single for Norman Cook, the creator and number one DJ known on stage as Fatboy Slim. Launching his own record label in the 1990's ‘Beats International', bringing awareness and popularity to the 'big beats' genre of that time...read more
Tag: fatboy slim, electronic music, eletronica, big beat, chemical brothers
2018-12-12
Trance passion in the Love Parade festival
Electronic dance music festival, Love Parade, held annually starting in 1989, originating in West Berlin, Germany. Matthias Roeingh (“Dr...read more
Tag: loveparade, berlin, german, bpitch, dortmund, trance, paul van dyk
2018-12-11
A minimal and repetitive tale about deep dub
Vaun and Amimai’s breakthrough tunes of 2013 “Taking Over”, captured the deep dub rhythm with Amimai’s outstanding vocals, along with captivating keys, strings and sub bass. In the late 1960’s the great pioneer’s Osbourne”King Tubby”, Errol Thompson, Ruddock Lee and many other artists...read more
Tag: Deep dub, minimal, hypnotic electronica, King Tubby
2018-12-08
Sexual energy and tantric music
Sexual desire is the one of the deepest spiritual connections, a higher state of consciousness, awakening through the opening of “Kundalini”, the very essence of creation. Enticing your sexual energy through the rise and fall of your breath, the opening and closing of your sacral, the driving force of nature expanding and weaving through our body...read more
Tag: Kundalini , Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus, Heart Chakra, Throat, Third Eye, Crown 
2018-12-07
Music In The 50s
Pat Boone with his Pop-influenced remake of R&B hits “Ain’t that a shame” and Two hearts”, made him one of the most 50s influential music artists of all times. Rock and roll music style evolved and originated in American starting in the late 1940s to early 1950s...read more
Tag: 50s music, hamburgers, chewing gum, Rock and Roll, Rock & Roll, Elvis Presley, Bill Hayley & The Comets, Chuck Berry, Scotty Moore, Buddy Holly
2018-12-06
Seattle: the root of the grunge bands
Nirvana and Pearl Jam played a major role in Seattle's music scene, being the largest City in Washington, supporting genres of alternative rock and grunge. In the early 1920's the exotic dancer Gypsy Rose Lee, paved the way for the American Folk Scene, inspired by folk singer Woody Guthrie...read more
Tag: Seattle, 90s, grunge bands, rebellion, rage, violence, Kurt Cobain, Chris Cornell, Soundgarden, Nirvana, Pearl Jam
2018-12-04
LSD effects. Are you ready for a psychedelic experience?
LSD has been associated with music since the 60s; on a neurological level, many researchers have found that psychedelic drugs enhance your experience, feelings, visions and emotions whilst listening to music.Music therapist from the 60s first started experimenting with their psychedelic therapy by incorporating music at the same time...read more
Tag: lsd, psychedelic rock, woodstock, 60s
2018-11-28
Bands Who Did Not Play Woodstock
The Doors we just a few of the famous bands of the 1960's that choose not to attend Woodstock, Jim Morrison felt this outdoor event would not work for his band, choosing not to attend the most famous festival of all time. Led Zeppelin was in his prime touring the East Coast of America, playing at his own music concert at the famous Asbury Park Convention Hall, in New Jersey on the weekend of the Woodstock Festival...read more
Tag: woodstock, lostopportunity, festival, moneyorhonor, ledzeppelin, thedoors, therollingstones
2018-11-27
How Robert Moog's electronic instrument changed modern music
Originally founded as R.A Moog Co in 1953, based in Trumansburg New York...read more
Tag: moog, experimentalmusic, electromusic, syntheticeffects
2018-11-26
Skate Punk
Steve Olson, the legend behind the creation of Skate Punk, skated the sidewalks along route 66 freeways in California. The 1980’s journey of skateboarding and punk rock united on the Pacific Ocean sidewalk, joining entities to create an everlasting identity, now known as skate punk...read more
Tag: skate punk, california, vans, coast, Green Day
2018-11-22
Reggae highlights: spiritual use of marijuana in the Rastafari Religion
The singer Bob Marley raised International awareness of Rastafari in the 1970's with the popular genre, reggae music. With a spiritual act of smoking Cannabis, for Rastas, this is considered a sacrament that cleanses the mind, body and heals the soul...read more
Tag: marijuana, reggae, haileselassie, cannabis, bobmarley, rocksteady
2018-11-19
Japanese Music
Michael Jackson's release of Thriller in 1984, put American music on the map in Japan by selling a record breaking million albums, this album became number one in the Japanese music charts and is credited for launching dance and disco music in Japan. Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones and The Beatles, launched the Japanese folk rock genre and developed this further from the 1960's to a strong following of J-Rock, as it is known today...read more
Tag: japan, orientexpress, jrock, tokioconnection
2018-11-18
The best cyberpunk movie: The Matrix
Cyberpunk science fiction movie The Matrix, was popularised by it's visual effect known as bullet time, to which Keanu Reeves played the leading role in the 1999 science fiction film called The Matrix. Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss were just a few of the major Hollywood stars that won four Academy Awards, BAFTA Awards and grossed over $400 million dollars worldwide with this unusual and fantasy sci-fi movie, taking inspiration from martial arts films and Japanese animation...read more
Tag: cyberpunk, thematrix, mnemonic, riseofthemachines, biotechchronicles
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