Music: Bjork & Antony Hegarty – The Dull Flame of Desire

Music: Tina Dico – Let’s Get Lost

The Billboard: Tori Amos


Video: When Bjork Met Attenborough

Music, science and technology. The moment that I have been waiting for has arrived, and words cannot describe my feelings right now. Watching inspiring people like Bjork and David Attenborough discuss the science of sound has made my dream of a proper collaboration for this combination come true!

The beauty of nature is instilled in Bjork’s music in every sound, and every beat is manifested in visual reality. Music is so powerful, it can be witnessed in our brains, as different sides of it are lit when we listen to music, flesh morphing into the violent light movements of an equalizer board. What I love about Bjork is that she is scientific with her music, way ahead of her time, and once mixed in with that special intrinsic Icelandic relationship with nature, the results are quite extraordinary.  And all this excitement, what is the source of my very own interest in all of this?  There are many reasons but the oldest is a distant memory of when I was 9 years old, as I happen to complain to my father; “Why do people always sing about love, why don’t they sing about science and agriculture?”  Well, there you go!

Music: Tina Dico and Helgi Jonsson – True North

Music: Tina Dico – Interview

Tina Dico is such an amazing human being. She understands life through words and waves of sound transformed into beautiful songs. She is a free thinker who’s able to evolve and adapt to her surroundings. From climate change, to love songs she captures the audience with her breathtaking performances. I can’t wait to see her perform live sometime this summer.

Music: Bjork – Hyperballad

Video: The Most Astounding Fact – Neil deGrasse Tyson

Music: PJ Harvey – The Glorious Land

Video: The Science of Goosebumps and Music Chills

Music: Ani DiFranco – Crime For Crime

No human being willingly or intentionally likes to kill, steal and hurt another human being unless she/he is a psychopath or mentally ill. Think about it for a minute before you disagree with me. Humans have evolved to be social and to work together to get more protection, food and back up from other fellow humans. If you kill someone, you know immediately that you will be punished by your family, society and your country. Having said that, no one has the authority or the power to kill another human being. I think the best way to punish criminals is by locking them up in facilities where there are specialists, who can analyze the situation and rehabilitate them to go back to their lives. This way you create more jobs and add value to society’s nourishment. Sadly, our prison system in Kuwait and all over the world, is the worst place to be. It is the easy way out. Humans are treated like undeveloped animals, which makes them worst then what they were. This is a controversial topic and I tend to simplify things so if you have questions or comments please send them through and I will add to your point. I dedicate this song to people who still believe in death penalty. Enjoy!

Music: Tori Amos – Crucify

Music: Joan As Police Woman – Start of My Heart

Video: Iceland Airwaves Documentary

Music: Vennu Mallesh – It’s My Life What Ever I Wanna Do

Freedom of expression is liberating especially through music. I love how music expresses our culture, ideas and shows how diverse we are but at the end of the day, we all want the same thing, which is to express ourselves.

Music: Tina Dico. No Time To Sleep

Music: Ani DiFranco – 32 Flavors

Ani DiFranco is a powerful woman who keeps evolving. She sings about relationships, society, life, science and politics. Some of her songs are timeless, like 32 flavors, you can hear it anytime any day anywhere

Music: Bjork – Royal Opera House

Whether you are a Bjork fan or not, this is a must watch performance by Bjork and her orchestra. Mesmerizing experience through sound!

Music: Bjork – Joga

Bjork is one of my favorite musicians. I see her as a visionary who is not afraid to adapt and change with nature. Her nature is Iceland, a country that has geological landscapes more than one hundred million years old, adding to its beauty and mystery. She worked with the most creative producers, instruments and artists. She is way ahead of her time. Human behavior puzzled her so most of her songs are a beautiful manifestation of human emotions driven by the environment around us mixed with art.  Joga, is one of her magical songs.