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  1. Hello there! As the title describes, a dear friend/producer of mine and I started a record label/community to promote music as a group. The idea came to our minds while discussing about the diverse and awesome musicians we find almost by accident, how artists of less popular genres don´t get the exposition we believe they should, and also the fact that we tend to move our music (that´s our perception) as lone wolves. So we didn´t think twice, made use of our enthusiasm (and some skills we learned throught the years) and developed an identity, designed a website, launched a blog and started to contact fellow artists too see if there´s people interested in joining us. The name of the project is aquí yacen records, the spanish expression to say "here lie the records". You can check our website right here: www.aquiyacen.com And this is an article with more information: www.aquiyacen.com/post/welcome-to-aqui-yacen We´re looking for artists who like what we´re doing and feel motivated to take part. It is free, no agreement and you would owe us nothing. Our earning and yours is to meet new cool artists and working with them to improve at what we do. Thank you for reading!
  2. Really neat website where you can create MC Escher-style metamorphoses: https://escher.ntr.nl/en/mmm
  3. Kirk Degiorgio struck gold during a recent dig through some of his old DAT tapes and unearthed 2 previously unreleased gems: a finished version of his widely acclaimed 90s classic ‘Hyperspace’ described by Kirk as the real Hyperspace and ‘Cosmos’, a rough uptempo percussive workout, proper crunch Future/Past sound. The DAT tapes also revealed a couple of tracks that were only ever released on CD: ‘TRY 2004 Funk Mix 2’ (from the 1993 ‘Applied Rhythmic Technology’ compilation) and ‘Locator’ (from the ‘Objets D'art 92-95’ compilation). All tracks were mastered straight off the original DAT tapes by Matt Colton to guarantee that extra crisp sound quality. TRACKLIST: A1 Hyperspace (Unreleased Mix) A2 T.R.Y. 2004 Funk (Mix 2) B1 Locator B2 Cosmos Listen: VINYL: Juno: https://www.juno.co.uk/products/future-past-rare-unreleased/674456-01/ Deejay: https://www.deejay.de/Future_past_Rare_&_Unreleased_ASGDE017_Vinyl__298614 Decks: https://www.decks.de/track/future-past-rare_unreleased/cbl-ro Hardwax: https://hardwax.com/79099/futurepast/rare-and-unreleased/ Rushhour: http://www.rushhour.nl/store_detailed.php?item=101482 Red Eye: https://www.redeyerecords.co.uk/vinyl/92460-asgde017-future-past- Norman: https://www.normanrecords.com/records/168957-future-past-rare-unreleased Delsin: https://www.delsinrecords.com/release/6008/future-past/rare-unreleased DIGITAL: Juno Download: https://www.junodownload.com/products/future-past-rare-unreleased/3592103-02/ Hardwax: https://hardwax.com/79099/futurepast/rare-and-unreleased/ ...
  4. nice stuff... http://issuu.com/futurenoir/docs/bladerunner_sketchbook/1?e=2800767/2594380
  5. New podcast: FONS ÀUDIO #21. Eric Baudelaire Born in Salt Lake City but based in Paris, Eric Baudelaire uses various formats to explore politically-charged historical events and documents. In FONS ÀUDIO #21 he discusses the background and context of the ideas and procedures behind 'The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi, and 27 Years Without Images'. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/specials/fons_eric_baudelaire/capsula More info: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20130827/Fons21_eng.pdf In 'The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi, and 27 Years Without Images' Baudelaire creates a transmedia piece (a film shot on Super 8, but also photographs and printed documents) that brings to light the personal stories, the political intrigue and the life journeys of these three iconic figures linked to the Japanese Red Army in the course of almost three decades living underground in Lebanon. Like other works by Baudelaire, this piece emphasises multiple tensions, between yesterday and today, between the real and the fictitious, the absent and the present, over-documentation and oblivion, actual events and memory. Always focusing particularly on Masao Adachi, the Japanese filmmaker and political activist who, in the sixties, developed a methodology for critical analysis based on the observation of the landscape. Baudelaire’s work thus stems from an experimental approach, almost in the scientific sense: what happens when you apply a theory that is virtually an unexplored mystery to the person who created it? An experiment that, Baudelaire claims, raises other interesting questions, regardless of the end result. Is it possible to reconstruct those twenty-seven years of exile in Beirut through the study of the day-to-day surroundings of its protagonists? What narratives can we deduce from the remains of certain architectural and power structures? How do we, in general, reconstruct history through fragmented and terribly subjective fragments? What role do images play in this reconstruction? Timeline 00:20 Introduction to the work 01:33 The characters and their journey 03:22 Masao Adachi's Landscape Theory 08:36 Anabasis as analogy 12:03 Adachi and the permanent revolution 13:56 The revolutionary potential of a camera You can find other features related to cinema and filmmaking here: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/cinema
  6. i been a huge Mark Ryden fan prolly since about 2002 when i saw his art in a juxtapoz. i wasn't aware that he did the album art for Michael Jackson's Dangerous and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers's One Hot Minute till recently. i love his art forever here's the gallery http://imgur.com/a/IF2eK#0 he had this rad animitronic thingy that would activate if you popped in a penny if you are interested in seeing his exhibit, here are the details Exhibition Runs: May 3, 2014 - June 28, 2014 Kohn Gallery 1227 North Highland Ave. Hollywood, CA 90038
  7. http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-27390345 :(
  8. https://www.ukiyoeheroes.com/products-page/giclee/ Some of my favourites:
  9. Alright folks there is so much good net art happening these days. I'm not even going to try and attempt to give a proper intro. I'm just going to post whatever stuff I happen to like. Here's a starter: Vince McKelvie --this dude is a genius, making these insanely surreal and psychedelic gif objects vincemckelvie.tumblr.com http://cloaque.org/ (nsfw) Cloaque is an ongoing digital collage which perfectly combines a lot of these awesome visual ideas that are floating around the net art community.
  10. Just this short sequence uses 3285 watercolour paintings... and the guy plans on doing the whole movie.
  11. This guy seems to do some pretty gnarly drawings - similar to those which I would probably spend hours doing/concentrating on as a kid - to go along with his descriptive pieces about certain artists: Autechre Zomby Kraftwerk Have a nose around on his tumblr, plenty more artists are lovingly rendered (apologies if jazz)
  12. "A tough-on-crime street cop must protect the only surviving witness to a strange murderous cult with far reaching plans." [youtubehd]32sLgUoj91o[/youtubehd] Sylvester Stallone as Lieutenant Marion "Cobra" Cobretti Brigitte Nielsen as Ingrid Brian Thompson as Night Slasher Art LaFleur as Captain Sears Andrew Robinson as Detective Monte Nina Axelrod as Waitress
  13. I'm having trouble coming up with a coherent introduction at the moment. I make this thread because my head is spinning after days of reading and scrolling through blogs and tumblrs and weird websites. Is the modus operandi of 'underground' culture (outmoded term) shifting? Or is it just putting on a new outfit? My vision is very clouded by a barrage of content right now, so I can't trust my own judgement. Is the increase in experimental electronic music, left-wing fashion subcultures, and 'futurism' just the next phase of the 'hipster (in late 2000's sense, not 90's)' ? Is an attitude phresher and less brain-damagingly petty than before pushing vice and pitchfork aside? Is re-hashing, retrofitting, reviving...reaching the point where it happily melds with the present? Has the aversion to the present (displayed in endless ironic revival, nostalgic recreations) created a present so soaked in the past that paradoxically things are going somewhere again? Or is that feeling itself a rehash of the emotions of the early 90's!?!? To me, late 2000s were full of this cynical, self-hating group of internet critics unenthusiastically trying to explain and keep tabs on art and music and pop culture, putting it in a box and removing the fun of it. Is that dying out? Is it fruitless to continue to frame the present in respect to the past, or is it right to be endlessly cynical? For those of you who lived through the late 80's and 90's and saw all the absurd and colorful directions things went...are the current streaks in high art and underground streetstyle retro reenactments of those times, or are we breaking free of this cultural regurgitative loop?
  14. thread inspired by the wonderful http://www.reddit.com/r/ShittyPoetry/ to open with, here are three of my most recent works 'ode to a frog' 'haiku for some bullshit i found on page five' 'On Skrillex winning a Grammy'
  15. http://pokemonbattleroyale.tumblr.com/ Might be good for some avatars... here's one of my favourites:
  16. Old school-wattm'rs will perhaps remember my previous origami threads. I have a new piece made from some vinyl folders I found with really sweet designs printed on them (see nopattern.com). This guy's made from 20 strips - no glue or tape needed to hold it together. Corner-centred view. Edge-centred view. These books weigh over 15 lbs. The shape distorts, but is restored once the weight is removed. Am I too late to win IDM-as-fuck thing of the year?
  17. i've been to the Dali museum in St. Petersburg FL a dozen times, but never heard of this before. seems like one of those lost gems of the past, like Destino: http://io9.com/5861193/what-did-salvador-dalisalice-in-wonderland-look-like?tag=concept-art
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