Stuck on the Resident Evil Village piano puzzle? If you've been exploring Castle Dimitrescu you may have come across a beautiful grand piano with some sheet music resting on top. The instrument is just asking to be played, and you're the one for the job. This Resident Evil 8 puzzle only takes a few moments to complete, but it's worth taking it on as soon as you find the piano. There's a special item tucked inside that is very important. Here's how to solve the Resident Evil Village piano puzzle, and get the reward locked inside. Image 1 of 2 Image 2 of 2 Resident Evil Village piano puzzle solution You can find the piano in the Opera Hall in Dimitrescu Castle on 1F. If you're struggling to find this area, head out to the Courtyard (exiting via the Dining Room) and walk up the stairs on the left to get here. After completing the puzzle, it's worth combing the rest of the area, including upstairs to explore other rooms and find useful resources and items. … [Read more...] about How to solve the Resident Evil Village piano puzzle
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How do you pay tribute to a true original? That’s the question at the heart of Six Encomiums for Cecil Taylor , a fascinating new album — produced by avant-garde mastermind John Zorn — on which six adventurous jazz pianists honor Taylor, the perennially radical, school-unto-himself dynamo of the keys who died in April at age 89 . At around 11 minutes into “Unveiling Urban Pointillism,” one of the disc’s six solo pieces, the Cuban-born Aruán Ortiz makes his way into a remarkable passage, abstract yet focused. He keeps up a busy, restless pitter-patter in the high register, sprinkling in ear-catching clusters of sustained notes — the sonic equivalent of rain drizzling on a roof. Ortiz isn’t mimicking Taylor. But at the same time, the episode seems inescapably post-Cecil, unthinkable without the example of genre-transcending imagination and intense physicality the elder musician set during his monumental 60-plus-year career. Related Reviews Newport Jazz … [Read more...] about Review: Piano Collective Winged Serpents Honors Late Jazz Maverick Cecil Taylor
“I feel like there are more reasons to be excited about improvised music today than at any time during my 41 years on the planet,” the jazz critic Nate Chinen tells Rolling Stone . He has a point, and you don’t need to be a diehard fan of the genre to appreciate it. Crossover stars such as Kamasi Washington and Esperanza Spalding are receiving generous mainstream attention, alongside innovators like pianist Vijay Iyer and guitarist Mary Halvorson. Meanwhile, Thundercat, Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah and others are seamlessly fusing hip-hop, R&B and electronica with their jazz mastery, introducing elements of a century-old art form to new audiences. And five nights a week on national television, Late Show bandleader Jon Batiste showcases his ebullient New Orleans spirit alongside Stephen Colbert. In short, the contemporary jazz scene is bursting with promise — but how did we get here? See Also Review: Kamasi Washington's New … [Read more...] about What’s Behind the New Jazz Resurgence?
FOR their third album Brighton duo Royal Blood “brought the tour bus party to the record” changing their heavy rock to a more groove and disco-influenced sound. But for singer and bassist ro it also marked the realisation that his own partying had to stop. He had to kick the alcohol and drugs that were taking over his life. Explaining how he chose his music instead of them, he says: “Two years ago, I had a moment of clarity, where I realised that to make this third album the best we’ve ever made meant it was one or the other. "And that was a big enough wake-up call for me to change the way I was living. “I was on something that was sinking and it was only getting worse. At what point do I jump off and save myself? “I just saw into the future and knew I was going to do this now, rather than in six years when I was broken and hadn’t got anything left. I was slowly killing myself. “I couldn’t eat McDonald’s if I wanted a six-pack. I couldn’t have both and so I … [Read more...] about I had to choose between drink and making the best album we’ve ever done, says Royal Blood’s Mike Kerr
One of the wilder musical episodes this writer has heard in 2018 gets going a little more than three minutes into “Bovicidal,” the opening track on a new album by guitarist Brandon Seabrook’s eponymous trio. As double-bassist Henry Fraser sets up a steady pulse, the leader solos over top, moving from tight, twitchy, spasm-like phrases to sharp, stabbing chords, while cellist Daniel Levin adds his rough, sawing bow work. Like much of this record, aptly titled Convulsionaries , the passage sounds like some sort of rogue hybrid of chamber music and jazz , as though three virtuosos at an elite music school had secretly gathered in a practice room late at night to explore their most outré ideas. See Also Song You Need to Know: Marc Ribot Featuring Tom Waits, 'Bella Ciao' Review: Piano Collective Winged Serpents Honors Late Jazz Maverick Cecil Taylor See Also 20 Best Country Songs to Play While Getting High #FreeBritney: Understanding the Fan-led … [Read more...] about Song You Need to Know: Brandon Seabrook Trio, ‘Bovicidal’