In the suburbs of Mexico City, the candy-colored buildings of Cuadra San Cristóbal stick out like a mirage. The seven-acre-plus equestrian estate, designed by renowned architect Luis Barragán in 1968, is crafted out of stand-alone concrete walls that are assembled like a theater, with wide-open spaces, partitions that double as frames, and a vivid color palette of pink, yellow, and red that clashes with the clay of the desert.
Single Paradiddle Around The Drum-Set - Live Drum Lesson #9
The single paradiddle is one of the most discussed drum rudiments out there today. Simply put, it is a combinations of single strokes and double strokes that can make up millions of unique drum beats and fills.
Of Course Beyoncé's Isolated Vocals From Her Grammy Performance Are Flawless
Two days after Beyoncé slayed the Grammy stage dressed as a golden goddess, we're getting a clearer idea of just how flawless her vocals were. A new video of her set featuring nothing but her mic feed proves what we've all suspected for years: Beyoncé is really quite good at singing!
Frank Ocean Discusses The Making Of Blonde In A Rare Interview
Frank Ocean has maintained his usual air of elusiveness since dropping and last fall, but he finally opens up in a recently unearthed, on-camera interview. In the clip - which appears to be from a leaked promotional video - Ocean sits on a stool in a bright white room and discusses the creative process behind Blonde.