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Síofгaí CybeгMusıcal is an extension of Λп Solas Sí ΛгtScıeпce, the performing arts and science cooperative.

In a world where hyperbole and egoism are not only the norm, but often the stock in trade, the work of the Síofraí, speaks for itself, form following function, with every expression of art and science, so subtle, as to render them all but invisible, never disrupting the creative flow, but a natural extension of the artist’s will.

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”
Arthur C. Clarke’s Third Law

Sister Rosetta Tharpe | She Shreds Magazine

Sister Rosetta Tharpe (1915 – 1973) is often referred to as the “original soul sister” and “the mother of rock and roll” for too many good reasons to display at once. Among others, Tharpe was among the very first recording guitarists to incorporate heavy distortion on her tracks. Not only did Tharpe influence many recognizable names such as Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton, but her unique style and ability to merge genres gave her an instrumental role in pushing music forward. In 1945, Tharpe’s single, “Strange Things Happening Every Day,” was the first gospel song to cross into popular music, reaching #2 on the Billboard charts.
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