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Mysterious Rock And Roll Video Has Dangerous Minds Blogger Baffled And Bewildered. Help!
08.02.2010
03:20 am

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Sixties Psych
The Sounds Of Time

 
I find this video compelling for a few reasons. Who is this band? I can’t find any info on them, other than the band’s name, The Sounds Of Time, and the words ‘San Antonio’ appearing in the clip. I’ve been googling and coming up with nada. Why does the singer appear to be sitting and is only shot in closeup?  Is he crippled?

I love the song. It’s a fine slice of 60s lite psychedelia, but with a rather gloomy point of view. Which makes it all that much more interesting. Does anybody know anything about The Sounds Of Time?

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Fred The Raver : Toddler Trippin’ Balls
08.02.2010
01:38 am

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Kid Rave

 
Another groovy kid video. Stick with this. It takes about a half a minute for the happy juice to take effect.

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Islamic Kids Trippin’ Balls
08.02.2010
12:56 am

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Kids doing weird things

 
My Turkish girlfriend can’t figure out whether these kids are Turkish, Kurdish or Syrian or none of the above. Wherever they’re from, they’re groovy.

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Phonovideo : Turntable Animation For VJs

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Using printed cardboard, two turntables, a projector and screen, Austrian student Clemens Kogler created this very groovy concept employing a modern take on the phenakistoscope technique which he calls phonovideo. With one exception, all of the animated paintings are based on album covers. The music for “Stuck in a Groove” was created by Richard Eigner.

The graphic illustrates how the process works. For a more detailed description check out the interview with Kogler at motiongrapher.

Kogler imagines deejays using phonovideo in performance.

Phonovideo is a VJ tool or visual instrument used to display animations in an analog way without the help of a computer. “Stuck in a Groove” is the first film made with this technique, it serves also as a demo for the technique .
In the future phonovideo could be used for live performances in cooperation with musicians, performers and other artists.

 

 

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Fantastic Four: Introducing The Black Panther

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Dangerous Minds pal Charles Johnson has posted another tasty classic comics cover over at Little Green Footballs. Wait until Glen Beck gets ahold of this, PROOF that Marvel Comics promotes racism or reverse racism or Communism… or something:

Since the New Black Panther Party has been the race-baiting rage lately, here’s a related cover image from the Lizard Collection: issue #52 of Fantastic Four, a classic released in July 1966, an arguably more innocent and open time. This book featured the first appearance of African superhero Black Panther, who would go on to become one of the Avengers. It’s Jack Kirby and Stan Lee at the top of their talents, drawing on 60s memes and cultural icons to create a new, distinct, and very influential form of pop art.

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Bar bands of the 70’s: A Picture thread
08.01.2010
08:07 pm

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Bar bands of the 70's

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From an ever growing and queasy-making vintage cheese-a-thon going on over at the always entertaining and educational ilXor complex.
 
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Many more after the jump…

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Interpretive dance to AC/DC’s ‘TNT’
08.01.2010
06:34 pm

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Legs & Co.

 
Normally I loathe AC/DC, but somehow watching the comely Legs & Co. dancers interrupting TNT in see-thru lingerie, I’m able to look right past my normal feelings. I wonder why?

Via Mikki Halpin

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The Warhol Diet : A Bottle Of Dom Perignon And A Bowl Of Campbell’s Tomato Soup
08.01.2010
03:04 pm

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Andy Warhol
Dom Perignon

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Dom Perignon commissioned the Design Laboratory at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art & Design to create an Andy Warhol-inspired champagne bottle. The result is rather predictable. But, what would one expect?

Six different styles of bottle art were created in Warhol’s favorite colors of blue, red, violet, emerald green, lilac and yellow. Dom Perignon are only making these bottles available in Spain. Which is fine by me. I’m waiting for the release of the limited edition Boone’s Farm R. Crumb tribute.
 

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Rock And Roll Road Map For Dummies
08.01.2010
01:09 pm

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Music
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Dumb shit

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“We’ll never die!”: Atari Teenage Riot returns

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It’s great to see that Berlin’s Atari Teenage Riot—electronic anarchists and creators of the “digital hardcore” sound—are back and in terrific shape. Predictably, what was first slated as a reunion for a few European shows has turned into a full-blown world tour for Alec Empire and Nic Endo, along with new Rioter CX KiDTRONiK.

Throughout the ‘90s, ATR spread sonic fire from the nexus of hard techno, thrash-punk and noise, with their members (including formers Hanin Elias and the late lamented Carl Crack) also releasing solo projects on their own Digital Hardcore Recordings label.

As shown by this stage invasion during their appearance at Zurich’s Fusion Festival from this spring, the Riot seems back on in full force.
 

 
After the jump, relive ATR’s famous 1999 anti-fascist May Day riot in Berlin, with commentary by Empire…
 

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