“Hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did playing this great app,” adds Di Micco. Continue reading
Music video for French producer 20syl’s Kodama. Continue reading
Here’s a little 8-bit holiday action, Eight To Infinity’s There’s Nothing Very Interesting To Say About Snow.
via Arron Clague
Here’s a ‘live’ music robot jam by the Toa Mata Band, Episode2.
Technical details below. Continue reading
Synthesist Mark Jenkins performs his prog-style take on Henry Mancini’s Peter Gunn theme. Continue reading
This is a music video from RokJok (reader Kevin Johnson) for his single, Cumulus, from an upcoming all synth instrumental album.
This unofficial music video was directed by Brad Hasse, who hopes nobody will be offended, especially the people that own the copyrights to the music and the footage from the original Planet of the Apes:
Dear movie studio and Benny Benassi- this video is not intended for commercial use. It is simply a side project created for the fun of it. I like apes and monkeys, I like classic movies like this one, I like dance music, I like Benny Benassi, and I used to like glowsticks when I was 19… so I made this video.
If the usage of this footage or music for this artistic expression causes any issues with you, please contact me directly (info found easily at bradhasse.com) and I’ll take it down. But ever since this idea popped into my head, I couldn’t help but try to make it for the fun of it to see what it would look like if Charlton Heston found a few glowsticks, turntables, and an insatiable urge to dance. Since I work with some amazing graphics people, we decided to just give it a go. This is a result of that collaboration.