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Manuel Josias - Fade Them All

One of Rithmik’s most loyal members releases his next video. Big!

Be Like A Candle (By Zain of the Words Apart poetry group)

Be like a Candle

Be Like a candle…
Light up faces with a smileAnd spread warmth when you walk,Speak purity all the whileAnd beauty when you talk
He told me be like a Candle,
The flip side of a sandal orflip flops when it hits the dustKnowledge merely a particleas we promote trust
And expect nothing in return,Each day passes we earn and learnDon’t count your blessings..Store them..
Be like a candle,
selfless like an anti-consumerist society,Shelf-lessDon’t be restless, patience, control your mindHasten.Rather than chasing 360 and get called dizzee
Be like a candle,
Noor in the darkness,Sense amongst the senseless,Like the only ethnic in the censusDirection for the headless
We’re Chickens on the coup,Fear, as we wait for the military cooDon’t be scaredThrow your shoe at a dictator. Mubarak
Give like a candle gives light,Live the way your soul deserves to liveBe a freedom writer, free-writer, free runner
Keep your candle alight, don’t survive,Fight from an unjust night to a blessed dawn
Be like a candle,
Some Inherit worldly riches but still remain impoverishedWashed away, quashed and lost
As Human kind compete to becomeSomethingBut Rich lists don’t recognize the price compared to human life isNothing
But eventually
Our light and warmth will turn to smoke andAscend to judgementFrom tar filled smog to a beautiful incenseAll depending on the intent
Until that unexpected, unknown end,Simply, Be Like a Candle. 
By Mohamed-Zain Dada, poet and writer: www.times-series.co.uk/blogs/mohamed_zain_dada
Twitter: @Zainthepoet
VIDEO COMING SOON! 

Rithmik Students in the Hendon Times!
Check out Dairy, Ayo, Kevine, Manuel and Kezia talking to the Hendon Times about Rithmik and it’s possible closure. 
Click here to read the article

Rithmik Students in the Hendon Times!

Check out Dairy, Ayo, Kevine, Manuel and Kezia talking to the Hendon Times about Rithmik and it’s possible closure. 

Click here to read the article

Routes To The Music Industry

Learn the music industry structure

If youʼre thinking about becoming an entrepreneur in music, whether you want to start your own record label or wish to work within a major label you need to first explore the different job roles and find the one that excites you most e.g marketing, digital A&R, accounts royalties, publishing, promotion etc (see link) http://www.bpi.co.uk/music-business/article/structure-of-the- business.aspx

Passion & Professionalism

The music business is a cut throat industry, there arenʼt any short cuts and it is a very competitive field to work in. It is key that you conduct yourself in a professional manor by showing commitment, reliability and it is imperative that you bring a unique quality to your work.This will ensure a lasting impression on the people you come to work with and will increase your chances of success within the business.

Know your Stuff

If youʼre thinking about infiltrating the business you need to keep up to date with the current business climate. sign up to music mailing lists network and get to know people in different fields of the industry.

Find your niche & build great Ideas!

Ask yourself what type of music do you want to specialize in? It is essential that you gain a clear understanding and build your expertise in these areas. Using the SWOT analysis will help you form realistic ideas.

Realities of Business

Building a business can take a long time, it is not a quick fix and it is certainly not glamorous (for the first few years anyway). It is good to recognize your strengths and transferable skills and it is important to be organized and patient. Itʼs very important to be realistic with your goals.

Learn on the Job

The music business is all about the people you meet, the skills you acquire and how you handle problem solving. Experience is principle to moving in the direction you want within the industry. so start building your profile with as much work experience as possible.

Useful Links

http://www.musicbizacademy.com/knab/articles/interns.htm http://www.sonymusic.co.uk/texts/jobs/ http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2009/apr/03/music-industry

Manuel Josias - Fade Them All

One of Rithmik’s most loyal members releases his next video. Big!

Be Like A Candle (By Zain of the Words Apart poetry group)

Be like a Candle

Be Like a candle…
Light up faces with a smileAnd spread warmth when you walk,Speak purity all the whileAnd beauty when you talk
He told me be like a Candle,
The flip side of a sandal orflip flops when it hits the dustKnowledge merely a particleas we promote trust
And expect nothing in return,Each day passes we earn and learnDon’t count your blessings..Store them..
Be like a candle,
selfless like an anti-consumerist society,Shelf-lessDon’t be restless, patience, control your mindHasten.Rather than chasing 360 and get called dizzee
Be like a candle,
Noor in the darkness,Sense amongst the senseless,Like the only ethnic in the censusDirection for the headless
We’re Chickens on the coup,Fear, as we wait for the military cooDon’t be scaredThrow your shoe at a dictator. Mubarak
Give like a candle gives light,Live the way your soul deserves to liveBe a freedom writer, free-writer, free runner
Keep your candle alight, don’t survive,Fight from an unjust night to a blessed dawn
Be like a candle,
Some Inherit worldly riches but still remain impoverishedWashed away, quashed and lost
As Human kind compete to becomeSomethingBut Rich lists don’t recognize the price compared to human life isNothing
But eventually
Our light and warmth will turn to smoke andAscend to judgementFrom tar filled smog to a beautiful incenseAll depending on the intent
Until that unexpected, unknown end,Simply, Be Like a Candle. 
By Mohamed-Zain Dada, poet and writer: www.times-series.co.uk/blogs/mohamed_zain_dada
Twitter: @Zainthepoet
VIDEO COMING SOON! 

Rithmik Students in the Hendon Times!
Check out Dairy, Ayo, Kevine, Manuel and Kezia talking to the Hendon Times about Rithmik and it’s possible closure. 
Click here to read the article

Rithmik Students in the Hendon Times!

Check out Dairy, Ayo, Kevine, Manuel and Kezia talking to the Hendon Times about Rithmik and it’s possible closure. 

Click here to read the article

Routes To The Music Industry

Learn the music industry structure

If youʼre thinking about becoming an entrepreneur in music, whether you want to start your own record label or wish to work within a major label you need to first explore the different job roles and find the one that excites you most e.g marketing, digital A&R, accounts royalties, publishing, promotion etc (see link) http://www.bpi.co.uk/music-business/article/structure-of-the- business.aspx

Passion & Professionalism

The music business is a cut throat industry, there arenʼt any short cuts and it is a very competitive field to work in. It is key that you conduct yourself in a professional manor by showing commitment, reliability and it is imperative that you bring a unique quality to your work.This will ensure a lasting impression on the people you come to work with and will increase your chances of success within the business.

Know your Stuff

If youʼre thinking about infiltrating the business you need to keep up to date with the current business climate. sign up to music mailing lists network and get to know people in different fields of the industry.

Find your niche & build great Ideas!

Ask yourself what type of music do you want to specialize in? It is essential that you gain a clear understanding and build your expertise in these areas. Using the SWOT analysis will help you form realistic ideas.

Realities of Business

Building a business can take a long time, it is not a quick fix and it is certainly not glamorous (for the first few years anyway). It is good to recognize your strengths and transferable skills and it is important to be organized and patient. Itʼs very important to be realistic with your goals.

Learn on the Job

The music business is all about the people you meet, the skills you acquire and how you handle problem solving. Experience is principle to moving in the direction you want within the industry. so start building your profile with as much work experience as possible.

Useful Links

http://www.musicbizacademy.com/knab/articles/interns.htm http://www.sonymusic.co.uk/texts/jobs/ http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2009/apr/03/music-industry

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