Sunday, 24 January 2010

Im Here,Toro y Moi,File Prix Lux,The Bloody Beetroots,Objectified,Les Dangereux,Music for our Future, Handmade Music, A Million Little Pictures

Movie director Spike Jones teamed up with Absolute to create a gorgeous short story about a relationship between two robots in a real time Los Angeles.

Watch | Im Here

New music video by Toro y Moi , directed by Jon Casey.
His new album "Causers of This" will be released on february and you can hear it live in Amsterdam 18/02 @ Club Up

Watch | Toro Y Moi - Blessa
Mp3 | Toro Y Moi - Blessa


FILE PRIX LUX was conceived to complement FILE's actions in the area of electronic and digital languages, with the intent of rewarding, motivating and stimulating the emergence of new talents. This new initiative by FILE intends, besides the exhibition and presentation of works, to add value to such manifestations, conferring to the awarded artists a national and international impact.

Since 2000, FILE - Electronic Language International Festival constitutes an international interdisciplinary platform for the development of innovative and creative projects in the area of arts and technologies. FILE is a cultural, nonprofit organization that promotes a reflection on the main themes of the global contemporary electronic-digital context, always in a transdisciplinary vision in the political complexity of our time's cultural universe.

Prizes will be awarded in three categories , Interactive Arts , Digital Language and Electronic Sonority.

For more info please visit File Prix Lux

06 March is coming and the Bloody Beetroots are gonna rock the Paradiso in Amsterdam , i already got my ticket :)

Their new site is definitely worth checking out Death Crew 77

A really cool video of their Australian tour The Bloody Beetroots feat. Justin Pearson

Probably one of my all time favorite music videos , directed by Italian wizard
Bennet Pimpinella The Bloody Beetroots - Romborama

The Bloody Beetroots Mix for Annie Nightingale get it Here

Rifoki aka Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo and Steve Aoki went back to their hardcore roots and make this very powerful noise together. Rifoki

Objectified is a feature-length documentary about our complex relationship with manufactured objects and, by extension, the people who design them. It’s a look at the creativity at work behind everything from toothbrushes to tech gadgets. It’s about the designers who re-examine, re-evaluate and re-invent our manufactured environment on a daily basis. It’s about personal expression, identity, consumerism, and sustainability.

Watch | Objectified

Two ninjas on holidays found love , animation by Daniel Klug

Watch | Les Dangereux

If there's anything XLR8R has in common with Pitchfork and Create Digital Music it's that we're all searching for music's future. Whether it be ear-catching trends, ground-breaking ideas, or just something we've never heard before, our collective editorial teams are hard at work to bring you what's next in sonic evolution. Keeping with our common goals, the three publications have joined forces along with TV network Syfy to curate a mix of taste-making tunes to accompany the launch of their brand-new series entitled Caprica. The 13-track compilation, called Music for Our Future, runs the gamut of futuristic genres through tracks from Lusine, The Field, Tyondai Braxton, Untold, Atlas Sound, and Hudson Mohawke, among others. Patric Fallon

Free Download Music for our Future

Call for Handmade Music Amsterdam! Feb 17, 2010
For the next Hotpot Lab we will be inviting Peter Kern from createdigitalmusic and will host a Handmade Music event. We would like to invite instrument builders, hackers and tinkerers to show their invention and self-built instruments. Send us an email if you want to participate!

More info Steim

Artists from all over the world will attempt to create an accurate representation of the world in 2010. The goal of the exhibition is to create a physical wall of photos that creates an alternate world of our lives in 2010.

In a nutshell: you. We're looking for people with different cultures, ethnicities, geographic locations, and lifestyles. This is for anyone. You do not have to consider yourself an "artist" to participate.

On the 9th of July, we will host an exhibition where at least one photo from each artist will be displayed. The walls of the gallery will be completely covered with the photos, creating a massive photographic installation.

How to participateParticipation is easy. All you need is a camera (digital or film). After you sign up to participate, you can start shooting immediately. In the end, you'll be sending us up to 24 4x6 inch prints of your photos

more info and sign up A Million Little Pictures

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