Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 24, 2015

Since premiering live at “The Music of David Lynch” tribute concert in Los Angeles on April 1st, KID MOXIE’s music video, featuring Angelo Badalamenti’s remake of Mysteries of Love has become a much-anticipated addendum to the celebration. Mysteries of Love was the only music video to be included in this epic benefit concert for The David Lynch Foundation (DLF), headlined by Duran Duran and featuring artists including Moby, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Karen O, Sky Ferreira, and Angelo Badalamenti. The Mysteries of Love video premiered online Wednesday, April 22nd through Noisey/VICE, and features the iconic song with lyrics by David Lynch, composed by Angelo Badalamenti, and performed by KID MOXIE.

The haunting theme of Lynch’s intense 1986 mystery-thriller “Blue Velvet” has been reworked by Badalamenti with a full orchestra and the ethereal vocals of KID MOXIE (Elena Charbila). “Elena’s vocal recording of Mysteries of Love, recorded sensitively, and so beautifully, couldn’t have come at a better time.” said Badalamenti. More like a short film than a traditional music video, Lynch was delighted to include this 2015 remake of Mysteries of Love in his concert since the music video was created by members of the David Lynch Masters in Film Program (DLMA) and the extended film community of Fairfield, Iowa.

The original 1980s version of the ballad launched Badalamenti’s collaborative relationship with Lynch. The Italian-American composer, responsible for creating what would become the director’s signature musical sound, has composed the distinctive soundtrack for every David Lynch film since “Blue Velvet”. The original Mysteries of Love score, featuring Badalamenti’s familiar synthesized orchestral music accompanying the entrancing vocals of Julee Cruise, remains a favorite among die-hard Lynch fans. “ ‘Mysteries of Love’ is the first song that David and I collaborated on, and the magic of it, set a tone and an identity, for all that followed,” shared Badalamenti.

In transforming the ballad 30 years later, Badalamenti’s remake of the song with KID MOXIE provided a creative genesis for the David Lynch MA in Film staff, students, and community for the conception, storyboard, and production of the music video. The short film became a natural fit for inclusion in DLF’s “The Music of David Lynch” April 1st benefit at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. The event helped raise funds to teach Transcendental Meditation (TM) to 1000 at-risk youth in Los Angeles.

The David Lynch MA in Film Program is now accepting applications for enrollment for the 2016/2017 school years. For more information about the David Lynch MA in Film Program visit: http://filmschool.mum.edu/ or call the Admissions Office at 800-369-6480.

Maharishi University of Management (MUM) in Fairfield, IA is a private university featuring Consciousness-Based℠ Education. The accredited traditional curriculum offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in the arts, sciences, humanities, and business, but also integrates self-development programs. Innovative aspects include the Transcendental Meditation program, one course at a time, and organic vegetarian meals. Visitors’ weekends are held throughout the year.

The David Lynch Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, was established in 2005 to fund the implementation of scientifically proven stress-reducing modalities, including the Transcendental Meditation program, for at-risk populations such as underserved inner-city students; veterans with PTSD and their families; women and children who are survivors of violence and abuse; American Indians suffering from diabetes, cardiovascular disease and high suicide rates; homeless men participating in reentry programs who are striving to overcome addictions; and incarcerated juveniles and adults.

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The history of sleep research started In 1913 when Henri Pieron, a French Scientist, wrote a book called “Le probleme physiologique du sommeil.” This book was the first where sleep was analyzed from a physiological perspective. Since its publication, this is work book is treated as the beginning of the era of the modern sleep research.
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A few years have passed until Dr. William C. Dement, another Kleitman’s students, described the “cyclical”  principle of night sleep in 1955 for the first time. Between 1957 and 1958 he found the relationship between REM sleep and a phenomenon of seeing dreams. In 1958, Dement’s publication  (“Sleep cycles in species other than humans”) started a real acceleration of the fundamental research in many different fields, such as pharmacology, biochemistry, and physiology for the next 20 years. His work led Michel Jouvet, from France, to identify REM sleep as fully independent state of alertness, the one he called “paradoxical sleep.”
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Marketing automation is the topic of the latest article from inbound marketing firm, Fannit.com. These online marketing experts address an issue that they run into with both large and small businesses throughout Seattle – the necessity and reasoning behind marketing automation.

What is marketing automation? Their articles describes it like this —

“At its best, marketing automation is software and tactics that allow companies to buy and sell like Amazon – that is, to nurture prospects with highly personalized, useful content that helps convert prospects to customers, and then turn those customers into loyal, delighted fans.”

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With ancient knights, fire swords and 3,000 year old legends, Legend of the Mantamaji is just the kind of graphic novel fantasy lovers dream of – and the kind of series that is changing the face of superheroes in comics. “It shouldn’t be unusual to see ethnically diverse characters and strong women in the genre. Yet, there is still a problem with representation in sci-fi and fantasy – despite readers’ requests,” Eric Dean Seaton, television director [Undateable, That’s So Raven, Austin & Ally, Bella and the Bulldogs] and creator of the Legend of the Mantamaji series, said. With thousands of comics and pop culture lovers attending this weekend’s Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, Seaton looks forward to connecting with fans of the series -and meeting new ones – at Booth 136, Thursday through Sunday, at McCormick Place — 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive.

‘At its core, Legend of the Mantamaji is a fantastic adventure series inspired by my years of directing really great shows. People want good stories that have heart, are smart, funny AND represent the broader world,” Seaton said.

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Legend of the Mantamaji tells the story of Elijah Alexander, an Assistant D.A. who has learned that his childhood storybook legends are actually the true stories of his heritage and that he is the last of a race of mystical knights known as the Mantamaji. After realizing he’s only part human, Elijah struggles with the shift in his world and becomes a hunted man charged with ridding the world of an ancient evil no other Mantamaji has ever been able to defeat. The full-color, action packed series has hair-raising plot twists and smart storytelling for all superhero fans.

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“Fans who bemoan the ‘big two’ for a lack of vision, or effort, to create bold new characters and franchises, should learn that innovation can often be found elsewhere. ‘Legend of the Mantamaji ‘ has all of the excitement, imagination and suspense to be a TV or film series on its own, but instead it is here as a comic to be enjoyed by the masses who crave them. ‘Legend of the Mantamaji’ volume one is a must read for those who crave all of the spectacle and action of superhero comics, yet want a comic which offers creative new ideas and a progressive storyline with real weight behind it,” Alex Widen, Brooklyn Comic Book Examiner

“Eric Dean Seaton is an accomplished director and producer but he’s been hiding his true talent for writing comic books and I think it’s time to unleash them into the world.” Janneke de Ronde, Small Press Comics Review

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As an episodic director, Eric Dean Seaton has directed 200 television episodes of 38 different hit TV series, including NBC/Warner Bros. comedy “Undateable,” TBS’s “Ground Floor,” BET’s “Let’s Stay Together,” Disney’s “Austin & Ally” and Nickelodeon’s “Bella and the Bulldogs.” He has also directed 18 music videos and two pilots for Nickelodeon, as well as two pilots for Disney XD. Seaton is a Cleveland, Ohio native and graduate of The Ohio State University. Eric, his wife children live in California. Legend of the Mantamaji, named a Top Graphic Novel series by Examiner.com and Atlanta Black Star, is his first graphic novel series.

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