Firman Ghazali

Add A well driven person, with a light aggressiveness towards
achieving goals and objectives. works well under pressure, and in
a team. would make decision and takes initiatives when needed,
and responsible for the outcome. works best in a strict and
creative environment

They Are 'Temper Trap'

hey it’s thursday guys, so it’s time to broaden up your music knowledge. Hari ini gw bakal ngebahas sebuah band dari Melbourne, Australia. They are ‘Temper Trap’, band yang berformasikan oleh Dougie Mandagi (lead vocals, guitar), Jonathan Ahern (bass), Lorenzo Sillitto (lead guitar, keyboard), dan Toby Dundas (Drum), memulai debut mereka dengan mengadakan konser sold-out di Musexpo, London. Debut Album mereka 'Condition’ di release Maret 2009 (london), yang di produseri oleh dedengkot industri musik Jim Abbiss. Mandagi mengatakan influence mereka pada album ini terpangaruhi banyak oleh Radiohead, Prince, Massive Attack, And U2. karir mereka didukung oleh pengisian soundtrack seperti FIFA '10 soundtrack (bersama DJ Shadow), 90120, The Vampire Diaries, The Deep End, dan 500 Days of Summer. saat pertama kali gw mendengar band ini, langsung jatuh hati karena musik mereka dapat digambarkan seperti perpaduan antara Radiohead dan Massive attack. perpaduan antara vocal yang bermain di nada tinggu dan dentuman bass yang rhythmic, serta sampling yang benar pas di telinga sehingga membuat komposisi-komposisi yang ringan namun tetap beremosi. Band ini merupakan, band yang patut di perhitungkan untuk ke depannya, saat ini mereka menetap di london untuk membangun fan-base yang lebih besar. hope you enjoy they’re songs. Cheers! F.G

“Taking Woodstock” yes, it’s saturday. saturday... - MAZE MAGAZINE

yes, it’s saturday. saturday means movies, for those who doesn’t plan on going out and rather chill at home with your special ones (cliche, but not overdone.). This week we’re gonna travel back in time with “Taking Woodstock” an inspired by true story film, that tells about a young man named Elliot Tiber (Demetri Martin), who inadvertently making the famed ‘Woodstock’ concert into the happening it was. the setting was 1696, United States was still ravished from the hype of 'hippies’, after Elliot heard that a neighboring town pulled a permit on a hippie music festival, he called the producers and thinking to drummed up his buisness. Three weeks later, he’s facing half a million people on his neighbors farm, and Elliot finds himself swept up in a generation-defining experience that would change his life, and American culture, forever. it’s a breezy comedy, which could give you a glimpse of what 'Woodstock’ is, but from my opinion little of the musical magic that highlighted the famous festival. Overall, it’s a good movie to let the thoughts goes by for a while and enjoy the night. cheers everyone, F.G

“FEAST WITH ‘Feist’ hmm, kemaren2 kan udah pake... - MAZE MAGAZINE

what i like about 'Feist’ is, her unbelievably beautiful voice, great lyrics, and melonchaly-but-not-overrated tunes yang ia bawakan semuanya dalam komposisi yang pas, dan she has a knack for making people feel like on a roller coaster when listening to her albums, karena bukan sedih-sedih aja yang ia tampilkan, but happines, anger, lonely, envy, and many emotion would brought by her songs, that is what special about her. try to listen to her once in a while, you’re not gonna regret it.

Russia's War Crimes in Syria, Amnesty Reported

Since September 30th 2015, Russia’s armed forces formally intervened in the armed conflict in Syria on the side of the Syrian government. Since then, Russia authorities saying Russian attacks in Syria including air strikes, was acting at the request of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Marking Islamic States (IS) and other groups called terrorists as a target, Russia has described thousands of attacks across the country and attacked thousands of locations as “terrorist” targets. The Russian authorities have claimed that their armed forces are only striking “terrorist” targets. However, according to Syrian human rights organizations, Russian attacks in Syria appear to have actually killed hundreds of civilians. According to Amnesty International Report for Russian attacks in Syria, at least 200 civilians were killed in Russian air strikes between September 30th 2015 and November 29th 2015. The report focuses on six attacks in Homs, Idlib and Aleppo provinces, which five of the attacks suspected Russian air strikes targeted residential areas, and the sixth attack concerns air strikes with the hospital as a target. For that reason, Amnesty International accuses Russia have committed war crimes by killing civilians in Syria. The director of Amnesty International, Philip Luther said : “Some Russian air strikes appear to have directly attacked civilians or civilian objects by striking residential areas with no evident military target and even medical facilities, resulting in deaths and injuries to civilians,” “Such attacks may amount to war crimes,” By targeting hospital and residential areas but had no obvious military target nearby, it denounced Russia’s “shameful failure” to acknowledge civilian killings. For example the attack on November 29th, when Russian warplane fired three missiles into a busy public market in Ariha, Idlib province, which causing 49 civilians killed. The activist, Mohammed Qurabi al-Ghazal, told Amnesty : “It was a normal Sunday; there was nothing unusual. People were buying goods; children were eating,” “First there was a loud explosion – dirt flying in the air – followed immediately by shock. In just a few moments, people were screaming, the smell of burning was in the air and there was just chaos.” He said the armed group Jaysh al-Fateh controlled the area, but did not have any presence inside Ariha. The Russian authorities have neither confirmed nor denied responsibility for this attack on Ariha. Russia’s defense ministry dismissed Amnesty’s report as containing “fake information” and “trite cliches”. They also rejected Amnesty’s accusations about cluster bombs. When asked on Monday about allegations that Russia is using cluster bombs, President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Russian military in Syria operates in line with international law. “Russia is conducting its operation in strict conformity with principles and norms of the international law, including those sections of the international law that regulate using and bans on using one or another type of weapons,” However, Amnesty International believes that serious violations of international humanitarian law are war crimes and those who commit or order war crimes are individually responsible and must be brought to justice.
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