"Skin Cell" is the first collaboration between video artist Mark Bell (aka The Beard of Love) and up-and-coming musician Matthew De Kersaint Giraudeau (aka Dogtanion), and is a four-minute short exploring identity and the process of self-reflection. The film was made over the course of 2005-2006 and has been entirely constructed (music and video) through the manipulation of a flatbed scanner to produce a frenzy of distorted images and sounds
A huge departure from the McCartney music that everyone knows. "Temporary Secretary" is an upbeat, weird electronic track that'll get stuck in your head for days. McCartney II is his third solo album, and the first since the formation of Wings in 1971. It was released in 1980, a year before the band's dissolution and while their future lay in limbo. The album is a significant departure for McCartney, as much of the album relies heavily on synthesizers and studio experimentation. It has been cited as one of McCartney's most underrated and overlooked albums.
"If the Land of Misfit Toys elected a team of cultural ambassadors, Logan Lynn would be its poet laureate. In Portland's pulsating music scene, he occupies a singular position- an emo prophet with a penchant for electronic beats, preaching the Good Word to drug-damaged crybabies.
A recent collaboration with Producer Carlos Cortes of Portland DJ collective Assemble The Empire has yielded an E.P. entitled "Feed Me To The Wolves", which was released in the fall of 2007. In 2008, Logan hosted the music television show "NewNowNext" on MTV's Logo Network and his video for "Feed Me To The Wolves" was picked by the network as one of the "TOP 10 OF 2008"! He was recently signed to The Dandy Warhols' record label, "BEAT THE WORLD" RECORDS, and will be releasing his much anticipated 3rd full length record, "FROM PILLAR TO POST" in 2009."
das racist - "combination pizza hut & taco bell (wallpaper. remix)" (download)
Das Racist is a weed edge/hare krishna hard core/art rap/freak folk music duo based in Brooklyn, New York, comprised of Queens-born Himanshu Kumar and San Francisco-born Victor Vazquez. The two met at Bard Art College in Massachusetts, where Victor was Himanshu's resident advisor in a "students of color for social justice" themed freshman year dormitory.