A visual piece by Michael Zoidis & Jodie Southgate, exploring the hazy slow-building ambient piece ‘a2’ by Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm. “For the video I cast my mind back to an old chemistry set I had when younger and experimented with some milk, food colour, vinegar and a macro lens to create a visual piece to accompany the music. The results were unexpected. I was rather pleased with some and I wanted to share them with you.” – Michael Zoidis, director “An ambient track that wraps itself around your synapses like balm as they’ve been dwindled by the unavoidable
It’s not often that videos excite me but I thought this was beautifully put together and the original music was also nicely done. Check it out. A FULL-CG animated piece that tries to illustrate architecture art across a photographic point of view where main subjects are already-built spaces. Sometimes in an abstract way. Sometimes surreal. Credits: CG |Modelling – Texturing – Illumination – Rendering| Alex Roman POST |Postproduction & Editing| Alex Roman MUSIC Sequenced, Orchestrated & Mixed by Alex Roman (Sonar & EWQLSO Gold Pro XP) Sound Design by Alex Roman Based on original scores by: .Michael Laurence Edward Nyman.
Is this the future of DJing? Using multi-touch gestures on a table of light? I can hear the arguments already. Multi Touch Light Table: GERGWERK from GERG WERK on Vimeo. Senior Degree Project for the Kansas City Art Institute. DJ touch screen interface and gesture interaction concepts. In San Francisco area looking for collaborators interested in discussing this project further. To see process images, please visit: behance.net/gallery/Multi-Touch-Light-Table-gergwerk-/600092 gergwerk.com
Not the first time I’ve posted a Hip Hop video here, admittedly it’s rare but I cant resist a nice bit of improvised Beatboxing, keyboards & vocals. I just dropped in and caught the end of the session and it was just too good not to record and share. Enjoy. MixTape Improv Beatbox Keyboard & Loop Pedal from LATTY on Vimeo.
I’m not the biggest big fan of Hip Hop, it kinda died for me in the early nineties, but saying that this is probably one of the best Jam Sessions i’ve seen. Check it out. by Cain Mosni