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Apr 8, 2016
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The History of Rock – epic mega mash-up

History Of Rock

History of Rock from Ithaca Audio on Vimeo.


A History of Rock in 15 minutes.
348 rockstars, 84 guitarists, 64 songs, 44 drummers, 1 mashup.
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Thanks for the amazing response to the video in the last couple of days, it’s really blown us away.
Some people have also made some really good points about the diversity of the acts involved and raised questions about what’s been included vs what hasn’t etc. There are tons of hugely influential artists and sub-genres that we haven’t included in this and our main aim was to create a mashup that was foremost entertaining to watch, contain it to around 15mins, for it to primarily work well musically (and in the form of a Facebook feed) and have examples of the evolution of mainstream rock over the decades rather than create a kind of definitive documentary of rock. We really hope that comes across and you guys enjoy the video for what it is. It would have been great for us to start earlier on and explore more of the influence of the early pioneers before Elvis, which we picked mainly because musically it makes a great sounding intro with The Yardbirds. As you guys can probably tell, more hours than we’d like to think about now went into working out this giant musical jigsaw and getting it to work harmonically at the same time, but in hindsight we’d have loved to have tried to get some of the incredible women in rock to sit within the mix and feature a few videos rather than just noting their influence. Thanks for all the love so far and the interesting points that people are making too – it’s all great to hear.

Tracklist after the jump:  Continue reading »

Apr 6, 2016
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#Japan (In Japan – a video by Vincent Urban)

japan by vincent urban

In Japan – 2015 from Vincent Urban on Vimeo.

This film is a collection of audiovisual moments and memories of a 3-week railway journey through Japan in 2015. We were whizzing through the country with the Shinkansen visiting Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshima and Kyoto as well as lots of wonderful little places along the way, meeting the most friendly people and experiencing a culture that somehow balances its rich tradition with a very futuristic present.

Filmed by: Vincent Urban, Alex Schiller, Alex Tank
Edit & Sounddesign by: Vincent Urban
Grading by: Alex Schiller
Music: Moderat – PORC #1 & PORC #2

Mar 1, 2016
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“Balance” – (winner of the Academy Award for Best Animated Short of 1989)




Balance is a German surrealist stop-motion animated film, released in 1989. It was directed and produced by twin brothers Wolfgang and Christoph Lauenstein.

Feb 16, 2016
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Lady Gaga – David Bowie tribute (Intel Performance | 58th GRAMMYs)

Lady Gaga - David Bowie tribute at Grammy 2016

Lady Gaga tribute to David Bowie at the 2016 Grammys. Mindblowing visuals, and the music is 10/10 as well. Well done!

Jan 14, 2016
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Mindblowing video mapping by Playmodes

vide mapping by Dazz

DAZZ from Playmodes on Vimeo.

Black and white as the scientific method that leads the XXIst century humanity. Classification, categorization and organization are the neuron agents that rule the world. But every conceptual construction has it’s own limitations, holes and scratches.

“DAZZ” is an immersive journey through the limits of sound, image and physical perceptions.

Jan 14, 2016
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Porta Estel·lar – epic video mapping inside a plane

Porta Estel·lar

Porta Estel·lar from Playmodes on Vimeo.

Porta Estel·lar (the catalan for Star Gate), by PlayMID, is an immersive light and sound installation inside a plane. This video is a document of the set-up made on Barcelona’s Ciutadella park during september of 2015.


Through the creation of visual and sound sequences that suggest the idea of interstellar travel, audience flies to outer space in an intense trip, from departure and takeoff to the sighting of comets, planets, galaxies and alien worlds, until finally returning safe to earth.

The plane itself is an art project from Eduardo Cajal,, who bought, transformed and adapted the plane to hold this kind of art performances inside it.

Mar 31, 2015
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“Box” by Bot & Dolly (projection mapping video)


from Bot & Dolly on Vimeo.

Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping onto moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera.

Behind the scenes videos after the jump: Continue reading »

Nov 24, 2014
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Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay


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A film by Amélie Ravalec & Travis Collins

Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay recounts the untold story of Industrial music, taking you on a journey through the crumbling industrial cities of Europe to America’s thriving avant-garde scene.

Featuring interviews with Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire, SPK, NON, Test Dept, Clock DVA, Re/Search V Vale, Z’EV, Click Click, Sordide Sentimental, Hula, In The Nursery, The Klinik, Hands Productions, Ant Zen, Orphx, and Prima Linea

Coined in the mid-70s, industrial music originated in the post industrial era as working class youth of industrial cities started experimenting with sound. Unemployment, high-rise living and cultural oppression were all part of the decaying environment in which this music blossomed.

Whether factory workers, students or unemployed, these trailblazers were all educated, artistically minded and politically aware artists who started with little to no musical background. They found inspiration in the avant-garde movements from the early 20th century like the Futurists, Dadaists or Surrealists, as well as contemporary writers William Burroughs and Brion Gysin.

These musicians rejected major labels, mass media and mainstream culture to invent a culture of their own, inspiring generations of musicians and artists that followed. Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay tells their story.


Trailer after the jump >> Continue reading »

Nov 19, 2014
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CYMATICS: Science Vs. Music (official video)


‘Cymatics’ is the science of visualizing audio frequencies.
All of the experiments are real.
Cymatics was shot in 6k resolution on Red Dragon cameras, and finished in 4k / Ultra HD.
It is available to download in 4k, Ultra HD, and HD resolutions.

CYMATICS: Science Vs. Music – Nigel Stanford from Nigel Stanford on Vimeo.

Official website @



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