Posts Tagged: "music"

Thee Oh Sees

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Known for their energetic shows, lo-fi grit and crazy output, The Oh Sees lead by John Dwyer (CoachWhips, Pink and Brown) started as a side project but over the years has grown into a full band. Thee Oh Sees kick off an Australian tour later this month. One stop of note is All Tomorrow’s Parties with My Bloody Valentine, Godspeed You! Black Emperor and more.


Here’s Meat Step Lively…

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Plink – a mutiplayer music experience

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Plink is a mutiplayer music experience that enables you to play music with others visiting the site or using the new mobile app version. Created by the folks at DinahMoe, Plink is one of a number of adaptive music projects from the shop. DinahMoe is known for their innovative sound work for brands. Such as a recent collaboration with Chris Milk, Aaron Koblin, google and the Tate entitled the Exquisite Forest.


Plink in action

Pull me down

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Play of the day…


Cool collaboration between producer Clams Casino (Lil B. and A$AP Rocky) and Mikky Ekko.

Pull Me Down

Using 3D printers to make records

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From everyday objects to surgical breakthroughs tons of amazing things are being made thanks to the democratization of 3D printing. But I’d never seen anything like this…

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Over at instructables Amanda Ghassaei has provided an exhaustive tutorial on how to 3D print your own records.

Wired magazine tagged along to document Ghassaei’s process. Watch the vid here.

Lennon’s Poster

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Peter Dean and team set out to recreate the poster that inspired John Lennon to write “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite.”

Jan 30th 1969

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The Beatles last live performance took place Jan 30th 1969 on the roof of Apple Records.

Get Back – 01:03
Don’t let Me Down – 04:18
I’ve Got a Feeling – 07:53
One After 909 – 11:35
Dig a Pony – 14:38
Get Back 18:30



Tame Impala – Lucidity

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Looking forward to the second album from Tame Impala coming later this fall. In the meantime here’s a track from their debut Innerspeaker called Lucidity.