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August 14, 2010

Broken Bells

This is pretty nice. An interactive music video for Broken Bells by Sony Music.


via @theradzilla.

August 10, 2010

Expendables Takeover


This nice YouTube takeover is pretty much perfect for the movie.

Nice work by TVG. Thx, @Grafikspam.

July 8, 2010

Touching Stories on the iPad

Interactive story-telling:

"Touching Stories" - iPad Demo + Behind The Scenes from Tool of North America on Vimeo.

September 20, 2009

Vague Client Feedback

Has this ever happened to you?

March 18, 2009

The Internet as musical instrument

If you've spent any time on teh interwebs this week, you might have noticed one of these three ridiculously fun sites:

Firstly,, which allows you to recreate kind of a poor man's version of 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger' by Daft Punk.


And there's also, which allows you to randomly bash some electro sounding samples together. I believe this is how Girl Talk made his last album:


The latter has a (rather pointless, but fun?) Facebook group which already has almost 6,000 members.

I tried to get all fancy and mix them all together (see below), but failed miserably. I kept getting IM'd:


Then of course there's Thru-You. Where this guy Kutiman has only just gone and made an album full of songs using samples from YouTube performances. And it's actually bloody listenable:


None of this is hugely revolutionary in idea. At it's core this is basically a funny soundboard mixed with one of those clickety beepity DJ mixing sites that vodka brands would do years ago. But they're all executed really well. And another tiny tiny death knell for the shite that the big music corporations keep dishing out to us.

It's such lo-fi goodness. And then you add in things like mobile, and all sorts of cool things start to happen.

I'm sure there's loads of examples I'm missing out on. And full credit to the people who've raised the possibility of this stuff before.

Exciting times.

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