The Daily Uplift Live Under The Sea And Try The Bass
Welcome to The Daily Uplift, another side-project from HODINKEE. Given the current environment, we needed to ensure that some inspiration actually advanced into your day. Pushing ahead, we will offer a story or action you can insight from home and an incredible collection that merits a nearer tune in. Pulled straightforwardly from the mindshare of the HODINKEE staff (a positive team in the event that I’ve at any point seen one), it’s a demonstration of our gratitude for you halting by the site and a little interest in developing positive vibes among the more noteworthy community.
Today, we’re joined by our fearless Cold War wheelman Cole Pennington as he takes a gander at a world without sun.
Something to watch…
World Without Sun – Jacques Cousteau (YouTube)
Spearheaded by the celebrated Jacques Cousteau, the Continental Shelf Station Two undertaking tried different things with the possibility of people utilizing an undersea living natural surroundings as a base for sea research. Obviously, this is as of now occurring – Dr. Williams talks about his experience with NASA’s NEEMO project here – however the possibility of undersea exploration provinces for a bigger scope didn’t exactly multiply in the manner that Costeau had imagined it. Notwithstanding, this task brought about a stunning narrative called World Without Sun, which takes you inside the day by day daily routine of an oceanaut experiencing 32 feet underneath the surface. The main scene inside the living space portrays the oceanauts getting back from a jump, illuminating a smoke, and presenting themselves with a huge glass of wine – this was in 1963 all things considered. The narrative investigates the possibility that in specific conditions, time takes on a totally extraordinary significance. This is something we’re all encountering now, such a strange wonder where it’s difficult to determine what day it is. I locate the narrative elevating on the grounds that it asks watchers (those of us confronting the stay-at-home requests) to rethink their view on what living in a limited climate implies. I will not reject that I, for one, might want to carry on with the existence of Cousteau, and possibly the current repression practice is an extraordinary method to prepare for it!
–Cole Pennington, Editor
Something to tune in to…
Try The Bass – Ronald Jenkees (YouTube)
This is an old internet profound cut, however Jenkees and his mark “Hi YouTubes” never neglects to make me grin, and it’s an extensive takeoff from the greater part of the tunes offered in past Uplifts. In the prior long periods of YouTube (a portion of his recordings are over 10 years old), Ronald Jenkees began delivering recordings of him playing out his music, which is an uncommon and consistently lively mix of electronica with similitudes to Daft Punk, Carpenter Brut, and perhaps a tad bit of The Glitch Mob. The connection above is to one of my favs, however don’t miss other fire like “A New Tune In Progress ,” or first experience with the Jenkees vibe “Stay Crunchy.” If it hits you right, make certain to show Mr. Jenkees some affection on his Bandcamp : He has a few full collections and you can’t go wrong.