Showing posts from October, 2012

Golan Levin on New-media artists and ad agencies

Music for sleeping children

"Music for Sleeping Children is an experimental collaboration between internationally recognized visual artist Charlie White and Mercury-nominated musician and producer Boom Bip (also known as Bryan Hollon). The project stems from White's investigations of the representation of American adolescence, and was born from a relationship forged between White and Hollon in 2009 when they collaborated on "We Like to Shop," a simple clap-along song from White's experimental cartoon, OMG BFF LOL that Hollon converted into a throbbing club track for the work's US premier at the Aldrich Museum. From there, White and Hollon set out to realize a far more ambitious project conceived by White as the marriage of in-depth teen interviews, discussions, and studio projects with pop, electronica, hip hop and experimental composition. Working in tandem, White and Hollon fashioned the concept of each track around the original studio recordings of teen girls ranging in age from 12 …


WTF?: strange sounds in Regina Oct 23rd



Some nice blade-runnery sci-fi.

DORKBOT Regina Sept 29th Jam

Recorded at Sept 29th meetup of DORKBOT Regina.

Gremlins Theme

I loved this song / soundtrack as a child.

Composed by Jerry Goldsmith

Modulations (1998)


Looper soundtrack

LOOPER Nathan Johnson Score Preview 1 - Field Recordings from Nathan Johnson on Vimeo.

Very reminiscent of Amon Tobin's "Foley Room" album.

3D Printed Optics from Disney

More exciting new developments in 3D printing. Looking forward to seeing where this technique goes.