Yuxtapongo: NC Public Access TV 2008-12

  1. Megamix of Yuxtapongo, the NC public access TV show.

    A collage of sound and video from Yuxtapongo's first 18 episodes, stitched together with a mixtape logic of juxtaposition and loose narrative. Edited by Neill Prewitt (http://www.neillprewitt.com).

    From videos and music by Mike Nutt, Neill Prewitt, Matt Hedt, Chad Byrne, The Moaners, Nick Speaks, The Shards, Jesse England, Ellie Blake, Will Prewitt, Jeff Rehnlund, Billy Sugarfix, Bryan Risk, Kevin Eugene Clark, Lincoln Hancock, A/V Geeks, Rich Gurnsey, Irene Moon, Yes! Sputnik, Translucent Dolphin, Dan McCafferty, Pinche Gringo, Weavexx, Double Negative, Kate Mabe, Hobert Thompson, and Ben Spiker.

    Made for a Yuxtapongo screening with TV Carnage (http://www.tvcarnage.com) at Nightlight in Chapel Hill, NC, June 2010.

    Yuxtapongo: NC public access TV 2008-12. 40 episodes (plus a Megamix) at http://www.yuxtapongo.com

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  2. The June 2010 episode of Yuxtapongo, the NC public access TV show.

    Video and Music by Kevin Eugene Clark, Chuntering Rube, Jesse England, Chris Musina, Seoun Som, Neill Prewitt, Translucent Dolphin, Workday/Schoolnight and Yes! Sputnik.

    Kevin Eugene Clark's idiosyncratic animated self-portrait;

    Chuntering Rube's "Your Cheatin Heart with Dog," updating Caddyshack;

    Chris Musina's "Oh, Lonesome Beast," a sad tale of the misunderstood beast (http://www.chrismusina.com);

    Seoun Som's "Isolation," cooking and eating, missing home and finding new friends (http://www.seounsom.com);

    Workday/Schoolnight's "The Children," a biting social critique (http://www.experimentallmusic.blogspot.com);

    Jesse England's "Steve Winwood is Hungry For Breakfast," in which playing Steve backwards reveals the secret behind his universal appeal (http://www.jesseengland.net);

    Yes! Sputnik & Translucent Dolphin's "FM Show," spliced and moshed transmissions of the foamiest 80s movies and video games (http://www.yes-sputnik.net);

    with titles by Neill Prewitt (http://www.neillprewitt.com).

    This episode aired on Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, NC public access television throughout June 2010.

    Yuxtapongo: NC public access TV 2008-12. 40 episodes at http://www.yuxtapongo.com

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  3. The May 2010 episode of Yuxtapongo, the NC public access TV show.

    Made by the Video Art students of David Colagiovanni at UNC-CH: Laura Charlton (http://www.larteaga.weebly.com), Matt Jones, Ben Knox, Laura Melosh (http://www.lauramelosh.wordpress.com), Trevor Ollar, & Jana Styblova, with titles and music by Neill Prewitt (http://www.neillprewitt.com).

    Aired on Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Pittsboro and Hillsborough, NC public access tv througout May of 2010.

    Yuxtapongo: NC public access TV 2008-12. 40 episodes at http://www.yuxtapongo.com

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  4. The April 2010 episode of Yuxtapongo, the NC public access TV show.

    Music and Video by A/V Geeks, Data Hata, Rich Gurnsey, Here Lies..., Irene Moon, Neill Prewitt, Nick Speaks, Nomad Stylo & Sweet RB.

    Neill Prewitt's kinetic intro & title videos with box beats and stream of consciousness lyrics by Data Hata & Nomad Stylo (http://www.neillprewitt.com + http://www.frequencrecords.com);

    A/V Geeks' commercial remix acting out electric identity (http://www.avgeeks.com);

    Nick Speaks' black n blue vision of a performance by Raleigh metal band Here Lies... (http://www.reverbnation.com/herelies1);

    Neill Prewitt's Tron/Max Headroom landscape with music by Sweet RB (http://www.myspace.com/rbiggers);

    Rich Gurnsey's second episode of the masterful Welcome to Creepyville (http://www.richgurnsey.com);

    Irene Moon's P.Dish, a mystical Super 8 short (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irene_Moon).

    This episode aired on Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Carrboro, NC public access tv in April 2010.

    Yuxtapongo: NC public access TV 2008-12. 40 episodes at http://www.yuxtapongo.com

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  5. The March 2010 episode of Yuxtapongo, the NC public access TV show.

    Video and Music by DL Anderson, Kevin Eugene Clark, PJ Disclafani, kinoeye, Irene Moon, Neill Prewitt, A. Stroud & Yes! Sputnik.

    Blizzard: The Movie, PJ Disclafani's wide-eyed letter back home staring out at the Baltimore snow, and starring Little Blue;

    Memoirs of a Shaman, the first in a new series by Kevin Eugene Clark, Zane Beckwith, Erica Mackenzie, Katie McLean, Julianna Thomas and Jonathan Woolen;

    Irene Moon's lovely, understated snowflake (http://www.begoniasociety.org/irenemoon.php);

    february by Kevin Eugene Clark, a personal geography of time-lapsed photos meditating on the wintry month in Carrboro;

    Walk Don't Run by DL Anderson, a docu-fantasy in which a former employee of Durham Big Tobacco returns to a now-abandoned factory to recover a memento - an offshoot of Anderson's ongoing, three year-long photography project in the factory (http://www.portfolio.dlanderson.com);

    Asia Market_Test 01, a playful, foreign study by Yes! Sputnik, starring Mandi von Aswegen and with music by A. Stroud (http://yes-sputnik.net + http://www.myspace.com/andreastroud);

    three new video jamz by Neill Prewitt: abstract, textural video with "chill thrill" music (http://www.neillprewitt.com);

    and title music by kinoeye and Neill Prewitt.

    This episode aired on Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, NC public access tv throughout the month of March 2010.

    Yuxtapongo: NC public access TV 2008-12. 40 episodes at http://www.yuxtapongo.com

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Yuxtapongo: NC Public Access TV 2008-12

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Archive of monthly public access TV show by local artists in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Carrboro NC, 2008-2012. Produced by Neill Prewitt.

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