2 brilliant videos from the Ninja Tune stable, Hexstatic.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Designed by John Green, Embrace is an award winning piece of furniture, designed to store modern media such as DVD's, CD’s and Magazines. This smart piece of furniture naturally forms two low modern tables that are then 'embraced' together in order to form a storage unit / magazine rack / occasional table.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
"I first set my eyes on it one Saturday morning in Rough Trade in late June 1979. The record had just come into the shop… I bought it immediately.” - Jon Wozencroft. This is 100 consecutive pulses from the pulsar CP 1919.
Now look at it go.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Tuesday, September 08, 2009
A follow-up to the previous post, the results are out and congrats to all the winners. Also a big thank to you to all the judges whom they spent their valuable time & insights with me. See you next year.
A new late-night selection, unmixed:
01. Najaf Library Card - Porn Sword Tobacco
02. Chicken-Bone Circuit - RJD2
03. Take You Higher - Zoot Woman
04. The Inner Jukebox - DJ T
05. Tokyo Disko (Part Two) - Reverso 68
06. Cosmoport - SCSI-9
07. Call of the Dub - Silicone Soul
08. Hateful - GusGus
09. The Shore (Paul Woolford's Bridge End Dub) - Morgan Geist
10. Total 9 - Thomas&Mayer
11. No Turning Back (Wighnomy's Likkalize Love Rekksmi) - Gui Boratto
12. Twenty Nine (Broom's 09 Mix) - Mark Broom
13. Breakfast At Nina's (Onur Ozer Remix) - Loco Dice
14. Paper Moon - 51 Days
15. Fortune - Little Dragon
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Monday, September 07, 2009
Sunday, September 06, 2009
Museum Neu, Japan has an eclectic selection of music-related fashion products ranging from t-shirts, bags to kidswear featuring the artwork of Peter Saville (for New Order) to Tomato (for Underworld). A few interesting articles in there with one piece on the Manchester (Madchester) music scene, the downside that it's in Japanese. Anyway, get ready to part your hard-earned cash, I just did.
Friday, September 04, 2009
Ha! Italian Spiderman is a film parody of Italian action–adventure films of the 60s and 70s currently being developed by Alrugo Entertainment, an Australian film-making collective formed by Dario Russo, Tait Wilson, David Ashby, Will Spartalis and Boris Repasky. The film is a reference to foreign movies that misappropriate popular American superheroes. As of 23 July 2008, ten mini-episodes of Italian Spiderman have been released.
I'm not sure about the execution of this public service campaign, but honestly I love the model more than anything else. Most importantly, Durex does a much better job in promoting safe sex.