We’ve been posting a lot lately – here’s a quick digest of the top posts from the last week, in case you missed them: How To Make A Crappy Electronic Music Video For $0.00 Posted on Thursday, November 20th, 2008 in Music Videos – Comments: (11) All right you Freaxxx. If you’ve been waiting to… Read More Popular Posts On Synthtopia From 17th November – 23rd November
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtqEPnqSvLs This video captures a performance of Blowjob, a experimental exploration of controlled feedback. If you’re in London, you may want to check out the Dec 12 IMT performance, which will feature Wojciech Kosma’s recent compositions, Headfuck and Blowjob, a composition by Berlin based artist Oliver Laric, and an appearance by Polish new-media artist Jan Simon.… Read More Totally NSFW: Avant Garde Music Performance Looks A Lot Like Oral Sex
Darkmatter, by Brazilian multimedia designer Nagash, is sort of an experimental electronic music acid trip. The audio signal is generated from the animation.
A clip from R. Luke DuBois and Lesley Flanigan’s Bioluminescence performance at Issue Project Room in NYC. Two performers, one singing and one processing, create a dense pallet of sound and imagery derived entirely from voice.
Beat Frequency’s video for Iron Sun, from The Chordless Chord (iTunes link). The track features theremin plus delay, pitch shift, panic box and whistle pig (http://tinyurl.com/panicbox). It was recorded in a single take, with no post-processing.
Paul McCartney reportedly wants to release a 14-minute experimental electronic music track, recorded by the Beatles in 1967, called Carnival Of Light. It’s a track so strange that the Beatles never wanted you to hear it. Carnival Of Light, described as “a jumble of shrieks and psychedelic effects”, is rumored to be the most avant… Read More The Beatles’ Lost Electronic Music Track, Carnival Of Light
Excepts from a modern dance performance that was part of the Danish Dance Theatre installation Labyrint by Tim Rushton, in Kaleidoskop K2, Copenhagen 2008. 3xw.ole.kristensen.name/works/body-navigation/ Infrared Tracking and Interactive Video Projection: Ole Kristensen and Jonas Jongejan Choreography: Tina Tarpgaard Music performed by Athelas Sinfonietta
John Kannenberg’s Reductive Waves is a meditation on the visualization of sound, via contrasting natural and human-crafted environments. It features two main visual elements, the first of which is non-manipulated video footage of light moving across his living room wall, shot during a summer sunrise. The second is a series of digital images created via… Read More Visualization Of Sound