Uncommon Music to Be a Force for Good

October 15, 2019 / BE A FORCE FOR GOOD

Uncommon Music to Be a Force for Good

October 15, 2019

Bulldog Drummond Practicing Uncommon Sense

We’re a team of business leaders, design thinkers, writers and brand strategists committed to doing things in uncommon ways. We’re curious about the people and places around us and fascinated by the search for what’s next. 

Good music inspires greatness. Here are some hand selected pieces for our Be A Force For Good principle.

ARTIST: Delhi 2 Dublin

This group is known for their energy, worldly electronic tunes that include traditional Indian instruments and their epic Punjabi-English vocals. We’re really fond of the song “Home (Everywhere I Go)” from the album We Got This. As a band made up by children of immigrants, We Got This was created to honor the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and represents belonging wherever you wish to be no matter where you came from. It’s a fun and impactful tune.

 

 

ALBUM: Junun by Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and The Rajasthan Express

Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood (who played guitar for Radiohead) and The Rajasthan Express came together to create Junun, a musical masterpiece. These strong vocals and strong sounds are a force for good.

 

 

SONG: "dlp 1.1" by William Basinski

“dlp 1.1” by William Basinski is a solid 63 minutes and 35 seconds of instrumental potency. Basinski has a beautiful series of albums that are atmospheric and meditative.

 

Bulldog Drummond Practicing Uncommon Sense

We’re a team of business leaders, design thinkers, writers and brand strategists committed to doing things in uncommon ways. We’re curious about the people and places around us and fascinated by the search for what’s next. 

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