15th Oct 2014

Fat Raj at The Grand Canyon

Yo yo!

Blimey it’s pushing on 3 months now since I’ve updated this! Since my last post, Fat Raj & I have been living like gypsies in our RV named Jill. Sometimes I think that I should have kept this updated along the way, but internet connections were few and far between and we were simply having too much fun to worry about any of that social networking malarky. But now our roadtrip around the US is coming to an end. Our 6 month visas are about to be up, and we’ve got tonight in a Motel 6 car park in North Washington before heading to the Canadian border, to spend the winter at a friend’s house, who’s kindly putting us up. I’ve been keeping my camera close to hand throughout the trip, and will be making a 3 part video series entitled “6 Months of Summer”, as well as writing a few words about the trip, so stay tuned, I plan to get this site rolling again :)

In the mean time, here is the 1st proper episode of Fat Raj’s new TV programme, where he will be taking you around the Grand Canyon, sharing his limited knowledge of this beautiful landmark, and showing you the ropes. I hope you enjoy.

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15th Jan 2014

Music tuned to 432Hz vs 440Hz

I can’t believe the difference 8Hz actually makes!! I always wondered why chart/club music always made me feel slightly agitated, I always thought it was the auto-tune, but there is a far deeper relationship between music and our inner selves, whether you’re consciously aware of it or not.

“Tesla said it. Einstein Agreed. Science proved it. It is a known fact that everything—including our own bodies—is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies. That being said, can sound frequencies affect us? They sure can.”

Check out this very interesting article by Elina St-Onge over on Collective Evolution, with some videos to help you decide for yourself! Producers, take note!

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11th Nov 2013

Long Live Southbank: The Bigger Picture

Drawing your attention away from green Eastern landscapes and back to the more familiar grey landscapes of home soil, Henry Edwards-Wood AKA Hold Tight Henry has done a marvellous job of creating a 15 minute piece for the LLSB (Long Live Southbank) campaign. Check it out below and please share as much as you can. You can’t move history.

1st Oct 2013

Beer, Coffee & Getting Stuff Done

Found this nice little image on Memolition. In short, beer is great for getting an initial idea, and coffee is great to execute said idea! Drink both together for optimum performance obviously…

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