Some incredible time-lapse footage of Dubai captured by Rob Whitworth
Shot by Rob Whitworth
If you want to see more…
An extended version of the airport baggage scene, from plane arrival to luggage cart in 4K here:
And also the creek scene in full, the original of this is 13500px (13.5K) across however in 4k here:
Spin around on a car wheel courtesy of this video from Ryan Fox
The Crush from Sii on Vimeo
Bar Mitzvah Karaoke – That’s What Friends are For
‘Nothing’ shows an edit of the television show ‘Seinfeld’ without any of its characters.
Watch ‘Nothing‘ an edit of a show about nothing, featuring nobody.
Also of interest for our readers who enjoy Seinfeld, flash back to our article on a real George Costanza Sleep Desk
Visualization of The Beach Boys’ ‘You Still Believe In Me,’ using the acoustic voicing principles of bells for a view of the songs’ acoustic properties
I have said it before, and will likely say it again but for me, Brian Wilson represents the pinnacle of composing and recording vocal harmonies. Enter this awesome visualization by Alexander Chen, employing the physics behind bells to show a visual representation of the vocal harmonies in The Beach Boys recording of ‘You Still Believe In Me‘
Dubstep / Electronic musician Zomby modeling for C.E SS 2013 featuring his track “Trapdoor” as the background
National Geographic captures a sprinting cheetah at the Cincinnati Zoo using a Phantom video camera at 1200 frames per second,
Wheez-ie gets you ready for “Remember The Score” on Well Rounded Individuals with this very àpropos video produced for the single.
Wheez-ie gets you ready for “Remember The Score” on Well Rounded Individuals with this very àpropos video produced for the single slated for release on June 4.
Watch the HD video of Archie Pelago’s mix for Mary Anne Hobbs XFM radio broadcast. Original air-date: April 7, 2012
For those who missed the debut of this on Monday evening, NYC trio Archie Pelago posted a HD streamable video of their 30 minute mix contributed for Mary Anne Hobbs’ XFM Radio show.
If you are looking for audio of the broadcast, or other freely accessible Archie material, kick on over to this comprehensive Archie Pelago write-up
Atlanta street-artist EVEREMAN, emphasizing the value of collaboration, and underground art’s role in the identification of Atlanta and other cities
A well-timed post from Catlanta today; a 5 minute documentary on Atlanta street-artist EVEREMAN whose iconic wood stencils have been a part of Atlanta street art for as long as I can remember.
In the video EVEREMAN shares thoughts emphasizing the value of collaboration, and the role underground street-art plays into the city’s cultural identification.
A wonderful companion article to the ABV Gallery / Terminal West article shared last week, putting the spotlight on Atlanta’s growing street-art community.
Learn more about Atlanta street art by visiting some of the artists below:
EVEREMAN [ Blog | Facebook | Twitter ]
Catlanta [ Facebook | Twitter ]
Continue reading “EVEREMAN Documentary”
A comprehensive look at Brooklyn-based jazz trio Archie Pelago, highlighting currently available releases, interviews, and freely downloadable or streaming videos and mixes
To get you ready for the Archie Pelago mix on Mary Anne Hobbs’ XFM broadcast Saturday April 7, let’s make sure you know what’s good.
Archie Pelago, a three-man outfit from Brooklyn, combines classically influenced cello, saxophone, and trumpet with contemporary music and modern technology for a sound that reaches beyond other electronic / instrumental collaborations in recent memory.
Lately, too many performers treat Ableton Live as DJ software, not leveraging the software’s potential to reshape music during performance, a realization not lost on Archie Pelago.
Listen to Archie Pelago on Mary Anne Hobbs XFM (Broadcast 7-April 2012)
Watch Archie Pelago Live at TekServe (14-April 2012)
Continue reading “Get To Know: Archie Pelago”
Atlanta based IDM phenom Richard Devine shares this Vimeo video upload and remix for Plonked Spectral, for his forthcoming RISP release.
Atlanta-based IDM phenom Richard Devine shares this Vimeo video upload for Plonked Spectral, for his forthcoming RISP release.
Check out the sounds from one of the unsung heroes of sound-design, and a phenomenal producer and performer I’ve been fortunate enough to see and meet through my involvement in music in Atlanta. One of the friendliest people you could imagine meeting as well. Richard Devine, you’re rad.
Plonked Spectral Video from the “RiSP-CD” 2012 from Richard Devine on Vimeo.
UPDATE: Richard posted a remix of Plonked Spectral on Soundcloud earlier today, embedded below – check it out and leave your comments!
RISP is Richard Devine’s algorithm-based exploration of generative time structures for analog synths. If you missed limited vinyl boarding pass worry not — gain 3 additional original richard devine compositions plus five remixes by Loops Haunt, Vaetxh, Subjex, Valance Drakes & Balkansky with the release of RISP on CD. Expect to breathe air on distant planets as chaotic, broken machines speak harmonious mutant languages via RD’s human/alien soundesign and audio activist remixes. Thirteen new tracks to become alien.
‘Koyaanisqatsi,’ the non-verbal Godfrey Reggio film in its entirety, time-lapsed into five minutes hosted on Vimeo
It has been some time since the last update, here’s something to keep you busy for the moment. Here is the entirety of the 1982 non-verbal documentary ‘Koyaanisqatsi,’ in a mere five minute span.
Tom Jenkins presents this very well put together stop-motion short film made using Google Street View and the sounds of Cinematic Orchestra.
Address Is Approximate from The Theory on Vimeo.