I loved watching Monty Python as a kid. One of my favorite bits was during the introduction when they cut to John Cleese, sitting at his desk, in a wholly improbable location - typically in the middle of a field, the ocean shore or behind bars.
On occasion, I enjoy offering up music that's completely different. Often it comes in the form of a unique/interesting remix.[wlm_private 'PRO-Platinum|PRO-Monthly|PRO-Gratis|PRO-Seasonal|Platinum-trial|Monthly-trial|PRO-Military|30-Days-of-PRO|90 Day PRO|Stages-Instructor|Schwinn-Instructor|Instructor-Bonus|28 Day Challenge']
I follow DJ Henry Krinkle on soundcloud and this track (no name, just the symbol å…) could make for a fun 72RPM climb. Let me know if you agree 🙂
Not only is å… "different", it's constructed like a short story that would allow you to narrate. Give a listen and with each change, consider what changes in terrain or intensity you'd cue.
And as a bonus free track - this remix of Ellie Goulding's How Long Will I Love You would make for a fun and "different" intro or closing track.
What have you been using that could be defined as something different?
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