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Remember Jay-Z’s song “Death of Auto-Tune (D.O.A.)”? Well, it’s been remixed by Wallpaper, an Oakland-based group whose singer is known for his ironic use of &mdash you guessed it &mdash Auto-Tune. Best part is that Wallpaper… a) Auto-Tunes the heck … Continue reading
BBC: “That was how I discovered almost everything when I was a teenager – my dad brought home a modem,” he said. “That was how I was exposed to almost all of the music that I love to this day, … Continue reading
In a lengthy rant on nin.com, Trent Reznor writes: I will be tuning out of the social networking sites because at the end of the day it’s now doing more harm than good in the bigger picture and the experiment … Continue reading
Theirs is a wonderful gallery of designs, mockups and creative ideas: wouldn’t it be cool if all of them were realized and a concert performed?
8-Bit Today has a collection of 10 8bit music videos. The first one may remind you of something.
As I once said to a crowd of stoically swaying My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult fans who were very frustrated with my attempts to dance with them while I was two bottles to my tits on DXM: Come … Continue reading
Eliot Van Buskirk: “If I were Steve Jobs, the video…would scare me senseless.” Spotify is a streaming music service that also now allows caching on supported mobile devices. It is currently limited to Finland, France, Norway, Sweden, Spain, and the … Continue reading
Do you have any interest in music production, wiring together 8-track tape recorders by hand, the history of Atlantic records, jazz, R&B, southern rock, or atomic bombs? Then get thee to a copy of “Tom Dowd and the Language of … Continue reading
While the ambient music this man is making with his gear isn’t exactly the most musically or technically compelling, it is still interesting to note that this is the future we’re living in, where half-a-dozen inexpensive (soon to be nearly … Continue reading
There is nothing remotely gadget-y or technologically-advanced about this five piece band from Portland, OR. But their name is The Joggers, and I thoroughly enjoy running to them. [image via