All posts in Muzak
At the point in the reblogging game if a tech savy band band puts out a video, why not make it easy to share, send or embed? As much as […]
Re-purposing and mashups have been going on for a very long time, though I think there’s a subtle yet significant shift with what content creators are opening up for others […]
Now Playing is Animal Collective: Water Curses, one is hi-bandwidth while the other is low-bandwidth. Can you guess which is which? And yes I dare you to play them both […]
Incredible! from kwest on Vimeo. I think these two videos were meant to be played together. I dare you to press play on both of them at the same time…
I have no love for muxtape anymore then I don’t have any strong feelings for mixwit or even hypemachine. But what those three music services have provided is an easy […]
Since I’ve already tried mixwit for music and a couple people mentioned muxtape I thought it would be interesting to try that creating a mix from that site too. http://muxtape.com […]
By far the coolest muzak web app I’ve seen in a while, www.mixwit.com allows you to make online mixtapes just like the one above. I’ll be making a lot of […]
Aside from those that listen to music via vinyl almost all other forms of music are consumed digitally. There’s the argument that album art ain’t what it used to be […]
The great thing about year end lists in music is that chances are you’ll find something that you missed through out the year. The album that I found (or so […]
I just finished listening to Act One of an old but now new episode of This American Life titled Crispy with the Rock. The story of two amateurs meeting the […]
Here’s another example of a great diagram from Earl Boykins’s blog emo+beer = busted career. If his method looks familiar, it’s probably b/c you’ve seen him in the NYT.
Of all the music in the world, the ice cream truck music is so distinct yet if you asked someone to hum it – they probably couldn’t. I have no […]
Considering how old the video from A Ha (Take on Me) is, it’s a pretty amazing feet of low fi and narrative. It got my attention this morning, maybe it […]
Here’s a couple great videos that David Castillo at work has been throwing down… It’s Justice – D.A.N.C.E (Version Finale)… and here’s one that you have to click to see
Here’s a nice lazy post to end the week. It’s the catchy tune from Feist – 1 2 3 4. Merci Robin for the fyi.
Usually when a blog goes quiet, lots of things are happening outside the blogosphere. That’s been the case here for a couple days. I just got a really great book […]
If you’re on a mac and are familiar w/ the Hype Machine, Peel is a great app. for you. The interface is very similar to iTunes and plays the muzak […]
Yarn on Vimeo Here’s a nice video to wake you out of the Saturday morning haziness that was brought on by last night’s fun. via motionographer
When you decide what album is your top pick of the year, do you recall how many times you listened to it in a row. Five, ten, twenty, fifty times […]
One of my fav. radio stations is doing one of my fav. things today. KEXP’s Top 90.3 Albums of 2006 (Listener Voted) starts in a couple minutes (11 am EST./ […]
Over at notebookism (btw a great blog on everything notebook’ish) they have a link showing inside scan’s from Leonard Cohen’s notebook. Each of the the pages have lyrics on it. […]
10. Band of Horses : Everything All the Time 09. Kasabian : Empire 08. Bob Dylan : Modern Times 07. Yeah Yeah Yeahs : Show Your Bones 06. Lily Allen […]
This is unoffically Sweden appreciation month here on my blog. Alexandra who happens to be from Sweden passed me on this commercial for Apoteket. What’s beautiful is that it works […]
The above video from the Soft Lights could quite possibly be the coolest muzak video featuring typography: http://www.modularpeople.com/softlightes/ Thanks Alexandra from Sweeeeeeeden
Friday was quite the day of new music flowing into my computer. After picking the brain’s of my work-mate who sits beside me and happens to find the most interesting […]
And for a bit of insight, you can read more HERE.
Here are some of the albums that could potentially be in my top 10 at the end of the year. The one album you should take special attention to is […]
Here’s two new albums to check out if you’re getting tired of the same old thing. First one to explore is Band of Horses, a fairly mellow upbeat first album. […]
If you’re looking for something new’ish and was dissapointed with Outkast’s latest, check out the Roots new one – game theory. It’s easily one of the best of the year.
okgo, originally uploaded by Michael Surtees. I caught the above video this morning with a very cool idea – use a bunch of treadmills! See it for yourself at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCjSwr7zYtE