Five Things #72 / by Ross Farley

Every Wednesday I share five things I've liked and think you might like too. Here are this week’s Five Things…

  1. Are you the proud owner of lots of brilliant musical ideas? You might want to listen to this...

  2. Watching a video on how the economy works probably doesn't sound like a fun use of your time. This video, however, explains a pretty dull topic in a fun and digestible way. I enjoyed it.

  3. NASA's Cassini mission orbiting Saturn came to an end last Friday. Neil deGrasse Tyson shared this image to mark the occasion. What a powerful image, it really underlines the importance of perspective.

  4. Freddy Fabris's Rennaisance Series, which features portraits of mechanics in the style of renaissance paintings, is a work of genius. Ridiculous and simultaneously brilliant.

  5. Over the last week, I've had six songs that I'm learning for a few gigs that start next week on an endless loop. This week's musical recommendation is one of those songs — Goldtooth by Leaone. (Ps. If you're from Ipswich, you should definitely see us play at The Smokehouse on 3/11/2017).

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