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Rabbit in the Moon

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GenresHouse Breakbeat Electronica Drum and bass
LabelsHallucination Recordings Southbeat
OriginTampa , Florida
Websiterabbitinthemoon .com
Years active1991-Present
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Past membersDJ Monk

Ritm is an intense electronic act that combines dance, techno & progressive house with unforgettable live stage performance. Decade is their new combo CD / DVD featuring previously unreleased, re - master songs and music videos. Each song is an expression of visual music performed like an electronic circus with abstract narratives and dynamic presentation. Ritm creates these live submersive environments by designing all encompassing experiences for their fans. Star Shine is a new song featuring the world's first full - body video suit. It was constructed using over 1500 full color spectrum lead lights that display video. Lead lights also have bright deep saturated quality that has to be seen live to truly be experience. Ritm has taken this cutting - edge technology and created a break through in visual music performance. Bunny has designed an incredible custom leather suit to house lead lights and painstakingly constructed this piece of wearable art. Vj TEK plays custom video content that is mapped to Bunnies suit while he performs against a video backdrop. In essence, this is an audio visualization of music composed by David Christophere and Bunny that plays in real time. These shows are live sonic research that we have been doing for 10 years, stress VJ TEK. The video suite started as a brainstorm and was conceptualized over a five year period. Being an independently produced band supported by the love of their fans, they have made the conscious decision to put on a show that really performs music through unique costuming and dance. They have fought to have their music present in this way and it has earned them a great deal of respect. Rabbit in the Moon has been called Grateful Dead or Pink Floyd of electronic music, while their fans are referred to as rabbitheads. People have been so inspired that they have even got tattoos on the band logo!S We have been honored to play in such locations as rain forest in New Zealand, 10 Century castle in Spain, and at Ricon beach in Puerto Rico say VJ TEK in his studio, who also refers to performance as visual poetry. All of this experience and dedication to creating has made RITM pioneers. Most people's first exposure to rabbit was to their song called out - of - body experience OBE OBE, was released in 93, and to this day, is still playing in clubs around the world. In 2003, Muzik magazine listed OBE as number one most seek after record in the last decade. After the release of phases of out of body experience, on Hardkiss Recordings in 94, demand for RITM became enormous. They began collaborating and doing remix work for everyone, including: Goldie, Sarah McLachlan, Garbage, Smashing Pumpkins, Sven Vath, Stone Roses, and Eric Clapton, Tori Amos. Their style of electronic music is favor by so many for being timeless. All of these things spawned from band that has not graced the screens of music television.

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Selected discography

The main character of Sailor Moon is an obvious nod to this legend. For starters, her real name of Tsukino Usagi is pun on Rabbit of Moon. Her hair is intended to look like Rabbit's ears. For those not familiar with Japanese, here is an explanation. Tsuki means Moon, no can mean Field / Plain or of depending on character use, while Usagi, means Rabbit / Bunny. Chibiusa's pink hair and eyes are also meant to be reference to the pink eyes of albino rabbits. In Dragon Ball, after defeating the anthropomorphic Rabbit Monster Carrot, Goku sends him to the Moon where he's forced to pound treats for children. This came back to bite Toriyama in Butt later when it was revealed that Goku couldn't survive in Space. Neither could Bardock; that didn't stop him. It also becomes Fridge Horror when Kame Sennin blew Up Moon just a few chapters later. That poor anthropomorphic Bunny didn't even know what hit him. Someone eventually thought of that and wrote him into one of the games. He apparently escaped just in time. Amae Koromo of Saki was designed to resemble a rabbit. Her powers are at their strongest when the moon is full and her finishing move is haitei Raoyue, which means to pull out Moon from the seabed. Incidentally, haitei Raoyue is what it's called when the last tile on the wall is the winning tile. It's used colloquially to mean pulling it off is impossible. Axis Powers Hetalia gave nod to Legend when China first founded Japan. Two characters look at the Moon and say that Rabbit is pounding something, that something being what is most common in country's respective Legend. The ending song of Clannad, dango Daikazoku, is about a family of dumplings / rice cakes, and mentions bunnies waving to them from the moon. Beast Wars II has a robot Rabbit, named Moon, living on the Moon. Also present is a woman named Artemis, based on the same Chinese legend. Possibly reference to the original Beast Wars as well; at the start of the second season, Waspinator looks at the remaining Moon, quirk his head at particular angle, comments about markings, then declares that he know. Shortly afterwards, it's revealed that this is actually a Prehistoric Earth. Transformers Zone has Moonradar and his partner Rabbicrater. In Muteki Kanban Musume, Show Within Show Starranger has Hell's Bunny, new villain character based on this concept. Megumi is able to play the part of herself perfectly. Yaiba has Kaguya, one of the antagonists of the series. She's Bunny - eared Empress of Moon who wears a Playboy Bunny outfit and has an army of anthropomorphic rabbits as her subjects. Leitmotif of Siestas is called dance of Moon Rabbit. Opening for Tsukuyomi Moon Phase has Hazuki playfully dodging a pair of rabbits with mortars. Good luck understanding the rest of the opening.

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What Is Otsukimi?

Frisco, September 14 2019 - Japan - America Society of Dallas / Fort Worth, in Partnership with Crow Museum of Asian Art, host Otsukimi Moon Viewing Festival on the evening of September 14 in FRISCO, Texas. This marks the 20th version of the annual event, which grew from a small gathering in the donors ' yard to now become a celebration attended by thousands. This year includes live music, vendors selling goods, taiko drumming, haiku contest, and special activities to celebrate the lunar beauty of the evening in North Texas. Japan Foundations Center for Global Partnership served as presenting sponsor and Canon Solutions America was supporting sponsor. Otsukimi, Japanese Harvest Moon Festival, literally means Moon - Viewing, and it celebrates the Harvest Moon that typically falls on the fifth day of the eighth month of the traditional Japanese calendar. Japanese Folklore says that there is Rabbit - on - Moon that makes mochi. Japanese believe that Moon Rabbit is pounding rice into paste that will be made into mochi rice cakes. Ancient Buddhist Folklore tells of a virtuous Rabbit that gives its life to feed Buddhist deity disguised as a poor, elderly man. Touch by rabbits ' selflessness, deity draw rabbits shape into the surface of the Moon where it remains to this day. Tale are said to have given rise to Harvest Moon festivals across Asia. Traditionally, Otsukimi festivals in Japan involve crafts of making rabbit masks, decorating with seasonal pampas grass, and eating Dango - confectionary made from rice flour. Attendees of all ages at this year's Otsukimi Moon Viewing Festival can enjoy many crafts throughout the festival. Some of these crafts include origami, Moon Rabbit ears creation activity, and Japanese calligraphy. As in many past years, visitors also enjoy traditional tea ceremony demonstrations with Chado Urasenke Tanko - Kai Dallas - Fort Worth Association. Otsukimi Moon Viewing Festival visitors could also enjoy sweet treats, beverages, and gifts. Matchalove by Ito En, was on hand to sell ice cream and cold tea, and Madame Butterfly Nagasaki offered handmade handbags and silk scarves. Other booths and vendors include Bright Wish Kanzashi, Mitsuwa Marketplace, Yama Izakaya & Sushi, FRISCO Roughriders, Crow Museum and its Lotus Shop, Tokyo Escapes, Kawaiichikkie, Bobaddiction, ukiyo - e woodblock prints, and Japanese flower arranging by Ikebana International, Dallas Chapter 13. Over 2 000 guests from across North Texas came out to Simpson Plaza at FRISCO Square, where the event was hosted for the first time. Night began with a thunderous start, as popular local group Dallas Kiyari Daiko took to the stage with taiko drumming. Other musical performances include song and dance by Cherry Blossom Choir, Shakuhachi Ensemble with Master Stan Richardson and Mujuan Dojo, and very special guest - koto player Masayo Ishigure, who lives in New York City. Japan - America Society is excited about bringing this on - going Festival to new part of Metroplex, and look forward to Otsukimi next year in FRISCO, as we celebrate our 50 anniversary.

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Welcome!

Like many innocent Japanese Americans released from WWII force incarceration camps, young Omori sisters do their best to erase memories and scars of life under confinement. Fifty years later, acclaim filmmaker Emiko Omori asks her older sister and other detainees to reflect on the personal and political consequences of camps. Visually stunning and emotionally compelling, Rabbit in Moon uses eye witness accounts to examine issues that create deep rifts within the community, reveals racist subtext of loyalty questionnaire, and the absurdity of military draft within camps. Omori renders a poetic and illuminating picture of a deeply troubling chapter in American history. American Anthropology Association, Society for Visual Anthropology, Award of Excellence 1999

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The Jade Rabbit of China

Cute, fluffy, and white, Jade Rabbit is no ordinary bunny. Calling Moon its home, Jade Rabbit is a mystical and enchanting Eastern legend. When the bunny isnt busy making immortality elixirs, it keeps beautiful Goddess Change company in Moon Palace. Out of various legends explaining the origin of Mid - Autumn Festival, Tale of Change tends to be better know, but what story is behind her tailed companion? In East Asia, Jade Rabbit is a widespread cultural symbol, and various legends associated with this Eastern bunny differ from country to country. This is how one Chinese legend, ancient Buddhist story, Jade Emperor disguises himself as a poor, starving old man and begs for food from Monkey, otter, jackal, and rabbit. Monkeys gather fruit from trees, and otters gather fish from the river. The Jackal stole a lizard and a pot of milk curds. Rabbits, though, could only gather grass. Knowing well enough that grass cant be offered as food to humans, Rabbit decided to offer its own body, sacrificing itself in fire man had start. Somehow, though, rabbit wasnt burn. An old man suddenly reveals himself to be the great Jade Emperor! Touch deeply by Rabbit's selfless sacrifice, he sends it to the Moon to become the immortal Jade Rabbit. This mystical Jade Rabbit made its Shen Yun debut in 2014 dance Monkey King Thwarts Evil Toad. In this story, big, bad Toad wants to devour Tang Monk. But after Monkey King comes to rescue, Toad flies off to hide in Moon Palace. There, it finds Jade Rabbit busy at workpounding herbal medicine into a magical elixir with its mortar and pestle. When Moon Goddess Change appears and summons bunny away, Toad, which had been lurking the entire time, shape shifts into the likeness of Jade Rabbit. It then swipes some elixir to heal its injured leg and runs off with bunny pestle as a weapon. With a malicious, armed meta - Toad on loose, things get pretty hectic. Luckily, Monkey Kings ' golden gaze sees through every demonic guise. He thwarts Toad and saves Day, returns the magic pestle to Jade Rabbit, and all ends well. It is said that if you look up at the Moon, you can see the outline of Jade Rabbit pounding with pestle. More than just cute, fluffy, and white, Jade Rabbit is a sign of selflessness, piety, and sacrifice. Maybe that is why Jade Rabbit is on the moonso, that no matter where we are on Earth, we always have ethics of righteousness and self - sacrifice to look up to. So, next time you look up at the Moon, recall Jade Rabbit who has nothing to give but himselffor others. Ancient China was a land where gods and mortals lived in tandem and created divinely inspired culture. And so it became that early Chinese history and mythology are wholly intertwine.

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Tsuki no Usagi

Usagi is written in hiragana spelling of Japanese word for Rabbit Tsukino, kanji of Tsuki translates to Moon while kanji for No translates to field or civilian. Syllable No also indicates possession, so while the literal translation of her family name could be Moon field or Moon civilian, others may translate it as Moon. Her full name, when said in Japanese naming - order, Tsukino Usagi, give two additional puns: No - Usagi, meaning wild Rabbit; and Tsuki No Usagi, meaning Rabbit of Moon. The latter derives from an Asian folktale about a Rabbit that is said to reside on the Moon. Naoko Takeuchi includes many occultist arts to finely detail each character. For Usagi, these things include: birthstone: pearl - Purity, humility and innocence. Alexandrite - believe to strengthen intuition, aid creativity and inspire imagination. Moonstone - Love, passion, fertility and great luck. Zodiac Sign: Cancer - Tenacious, highly imaginative, loyal, emotional, sympathetic, persuasive; Moody, pessimistic, suspicious, manipulative, insecure. Flower: rise - Adoration, clairvoyance, good fortune.

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Florentijn Hofman's Giant Moon Rabbit

Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, pioneer of the globetrotting Giant inflatable Rubber Duck sculpture, giant wooden hippo currently making its way down the Thames, and giant bamboo kitten he set loose in Shanghai in June, has unleashed yet another large - scale animal sculpture, this time in the County of Taoyuan in Northern Taiwan on occasion of Mid - Autumn Festival, AFP reports. Huge yet playful creature drew 350 000 viewers on Monday alone. The number has beaten our expectations, We expect up to 200 000 visits a day, government official told AFP on condition of anonymity. Measuring 82. The 5 feet tall, white rabbit sculpture is titled Moon Rabbit and is made of waterproof paper material, wood, and polystyrene. Predictably, it has overshadowed other installations and performances in the Festival by artists from China and Taiwan. Creation was inspired by a tale from ancient Chinese folklore about a goddess who lives on the Moon with a Rabbit who constantly mixes rejuvenating elixirs for her consumption. Hofman said he felt Rabbit might need to take a break after working on the Moon for thousands of years, official say of works reclining position. It is prop against bunker at formal Naval air Base. Since 2007, versions of Hofmans Duck have travelled to 19 cities in 11 countries, including Brazil, Australia, United States, and Hong Kong. Unfortunately for those not traveling to Taiwan anytime soon, Moon Rabbit is set to remain in Taiwan after the Festival closes on Sunday.

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Wood retells Cree legend that explains not only why there is a rabbit on the moon, but how whooping Crane came to have long legs and a red blaze on his head. After repeating efforts to reach the moon on his own, Rabbit asks birds to carry him. All but Crane laughed him off. Two set out, and reach their goal only after a long and terrifying flight, with Rabbit hanging on to Crane's legs so tightly that his paws become bloody. In gratitude, rabbit stains Crane's crown with bloodvisible to this day. Though Wood pays homage to Rabbit as a trickster in the source note, there's no mischief in the story and Rabbit is portrayed as polite and unassuming. Baker's watercolors are another disappointment; rabbit's limbs change length and proportions unpredictably, so that sometimes his shape is that of a natural - looking rabbit, and other times that of a human child in a fur suit. Hank Zipzer, poster boy for dyslexic middle graders everywhere, stars in a new prequel series highlighting second - grade trials and triumphs. Hanks hopes to play Aqua Fly, comic - book character, in an upcoming class play founder when, despite plenty of coaching and preparation, he freezes up during tryouts. He is not particularly comfortable when his sympathetic teacher adds nonspeaking role as bookmark to play just for him. Following pattern laid down in his previous appearances as an older child, he gets plenty of help and support from understanding friends. He even managed to turn lemons into lemonade with a quick bit of improv when Nick Tick McKelty, sneering classmate who took his preferred role, blanks on his lines during performance. As the aforementioned bully not only chokes in a clutch and gets demeaning nickname, but is fat, boastful and eats like a pig, authors sensitivity is rather one - hand Still, Hank has a winning way of bouncing back from adversity, and like frequent black - and - white line - and - wash drawings, typeface is designed with easy legibility in mind. When Bibi, her first and favorite babysitter, moves away, it takes all of August for 8 - year - old Eleanor to get beyond her sense of loss and get used to her new caretaker. Her parents grieve, too; her mother even took some time off work. But, as is inevitable in a two - income family, eventually new sitters appear. Natalie is sensible and understanding. They find new activities to do together, including setting up a lemonade stand outside Eleanor's Brooklyn apartment building, waiting for Val, mail carrier, and taking pictures of flowers with Natalie's camera. Gradually, Eleanor adjusts, September come, her new teacher writes welcoming letter, her best friend returns from summer vacation and third grade starts smoothly. Best of all, Val brought a loving letter from Bibi in Florida. While the story is relatively lengthy, each chapter is self - contain episode, written simply and presented in short lines, accessible to those still struggling with printed word.

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