Jasmine Becket-Griffith

From Quebec, Canada, ambient duo Fjord recently shared a calming, and atmospheric cover of Hey Hey My My by folk singer Neil Young. Growing up Fjord were inspired by a vast amount of different musicians including Neil Young, and they wanted to create their own rendition by reworking the classic with electronic textures and harmonies. Fjord’s full length album, ‘Textures’, will be released this fall on September 26, 2016.

Hey hey, my my
Rock and roll can never die
There’s more to the picture than meets the eye.
Hey hey, my my

Out of the blue and into the black
You pay for this, but they give you that
And once you’re gone, you can’t come back
When you’re out of the blue and into the black.

The king is gone but he’s not forgotten
Is this the tale of Johnny Rotten?

It’s better to burn out than to fade away…



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++ Artwork by Jasmine Becket-Griffith ++

Jasmine Becket-Griffith is a visual artist who creates portraits of magical and dark fairytale like beings called strangelings. Each piece of art is designed with acrylics on canvas, and beautifully depicts so much haunting emotion in their doll-like porcelain faces. Be sure to see Jasmine Becket-Griffith Etsy shop where she sells her fine art prints and acrylic paintings, and discover a personal piece of her mystical work that represents meaning to you for your own home art gallery.

About The Author

“One glimpse is all it takes to tell you that Music Is Art is something special. You can start by judging this blog by its cover—it’s one of the best-designed, most aesthetically aware music blogs around—but there’s much more to it than just a pretty template. For one, Danielle, the “dreamer/designer” behind MIA, focuses not only on excellent music, but on art, photography and writing and how they all intersect and inform the music. By sharing the sounds and sights that inspire her, she’s inspiring a growing number of readers on a daily basis. By documenting artists’ creative processes, she’s, in the process, creating a pretty substantial, always-evolving work of art herself.” - Nerd Litter

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