1. Animals That Won't Live To See Me Graduate College


    from Jordy Brazo Added 92 0 0

    In order from shortest to longest approximate life span. Jordy Brazo 2012

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    • People Like Us "The Atlantic Conveyor" [2011]


      from Vicki WFMU Added 472 4 0

      People Like Us - The Atlantic Conveyor from The Magical Misery Tour [2011] The Atlantic Conveyor is an excerpt from the People Like Us live a/v set entitled "The Magical Misery Tour" - this particular section focusses on domestic bliss. This 45 minute concert was created between June and September 2011 and premiered at "The Sound of Fear" at London's Southbank Centre on 3rd September 2011, under the working title of "Horror Collage". Now that the full length live set has been completed we have changed the name to something more fitting with the content. The source material is 95% from horror movies, with the content portraying not so much a scary nightmare but a journey through the underworld of everyday human experiences. It is not true to say you do not relate to this kind of horror movie. Truth is stranger than fiction. Having said this, People Like Us, as ever, see the positive and sometimes humorous side of the most ghastly scenerios, and by accompanying the edited found feature film footage with new sample collage pop songs, elevate you from the swamp. Interview with Vicki about this project here:
http://www.soundandmusic.org/features/sound-film/five-questions-people-us The Magical Misery Tour: http://peoplelikeus.org/2011/the-magical-misery-tour/ This track is available on "Welcome Abroad", on Illegal Art http://illegal-art.net/shop#release124

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      • eXcon - [In] Appropriate Appropriation


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        [In]Appropriate Appropriation brings together all seven photographers from the Exquisite Consequence collective for their second show at Vibe Bar Gallery in London's Brick Lane. With a range of printed works and installations all originating from found and appropriated imagery, the collective - Alexander Davies, Georgina Mascolo, Martin Robinson, Rebecca Sanders, Emma Turpin, Jonny Weeks and Tessa Williams - have created an exhibition which seeks to challenge notions of authorship, meaning and memory. Private View: Thursday March 22, (7-11pm) A live PA from 'Anushka' the new project from producer Max Wheeler & vocalist Victoria Port. Exhibition open daily Friday 23 - Monday 26, 11am-7pm. Entrance is free. http://exquisiteconsequence.tumblr.com/inappropriateappropriation

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        • Mad Men: Set Me Free


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          A female-framed version of Mad Men that re-articulates feminist frustrations amidst rigid gender roles with the help of the 1966 Motown hit "Keep Me Hanging On”

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          • La-di-dah


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            [Learn more about this video at: http://reasarch.com/la-di-dah/] Audio-visualization of an experimental poem comprising ten quatrains of single-foot Cretic lines ("La-di-dah"). An attempt to plumb select dimensions of memory, ephemeral sensory experience, the subconscious, and the horizon of everyday speech.

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            • Telafonica - Need You Tonight


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              Video clip for Telafonica's cover version of the INXS song, 'Need You Tonight'. Track originally released for Everything Is Chemical's virtual 7" series - eicvirtual7inch.bandcamp.com/album/everythingischemical-virtual-7-no-5-telafonica Glitch footage by Stephen Fox - thisisnotmybrain.blogspot.com/ INXS original video by Richard Lowenstein. Taken from VHS, recorded from TV in 1987. This video is available on DVD as part of the 'Sleeping With The Fishermen' box-set edition - http://telafonica.bandcamp.com/album/sleeping-with-the-fishermen

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              • David Attenborough haiku 23 & 29 Freedom


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                Today's Haiku is 2 haikus that work together to make the cut. There is not a seasonal change, but the implication of liberation works for me.

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                • Art Doc Dub (Excerpt)


                  from Benjamin Andrew Added 29 0 0

                  This clip is an excerpt from a video by Benjamin Andrew (full length 12:03) that remixes and distorts the idea of an art history documentary. Syrupy vocal effects and glitched-out video accompany a full installation with multiple soundtracks and sculptural elements. For more, please visit: http://www.benjaminandrew.net/work/2012/art-doc-dub.html

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                  • David 2


                    from Peter Moosgaard Added 102 0 0

                    Watching "David", 2012

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