SINGAPORE: Dust off your shoulder pads and prepare to relive the 80s, when popular outdoor retro concert Retrolicious returns on October 8 at Fort Canning Park, with a brand new lineup of acts.
80s pop icon Belinda Carlisle, best known for her hit songs like “Heaven Is a Place on Earth” and “Summer Rain”, will perform at the concert along with pop duo Bananarama and The Human League.
via ChannelNewsAsia Retrolicious post.
This is just mindblowing that these songs were created with only the iPhone/iPad! As makeuseof also mentions in their sample collection of top 10 YouTube songs article …
The Gorillaz recently released their latest album, The Fall, accompanied by the announcement that the album was produced almost entirely using an iPad. While The Gorillaz did let a few traditional instruments in on the album, there have been a whole slew of artists, professional and amateur that have been showing just how far you can push the limits of the iPad, and in the process create great music.
I’m not advocating dumb gullibility, but it is has always amused me that those who instinctively dislike Apple for being apparently cool, trendy, design fixated and so on are the ones who are actually so damned cool and so damned sensitive to stylistic nuance that they can’t bear to celebrate or recognise obvious class, beauty and desire. The fact is that Apple users like me are the uncoolest people on earth: we salivate, dribble, coo, sigh, grin and bubble with delight.
via iPad About « The New Adventures of Stephen Fry.