Monthly Archives: October 2010

Rajwinder Kaur and MC Hentz Present: DRABBLE.

Categories: Mumblings

It’s: HIGHper-Sexed Semi-Political allegory sweetened by Southern Hospitality and the just right amount of… “What the hell was that?” It’s: Creatures of the night, Ghoulish Greek Mythology and the endangered Nymph-Dandelion-battle for the BRIGHT POWER SOURCE of the working class … Continue reading

Normative’s “Evolution of Remix Culture”

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Limewire died this week. The last foot soldier in the fight against the big bad music industry. An industry that sucks money from artists directly, and apparently doesn’t want that to change. The vicious war on p2p sharing is NOT … Continue reading

Viral video changed everything

Categories: Mumblings

I’ve recently stumbled upon some wonderfully high-larious web series based/celebrity impersonations which personify how deep this whole remix culture really goes. Not only is content out there to be remastered and reimagined, but the people themselves… given it’s a little … Continue reading

hitRECord.org : the Epitome of REmix

Categories: Mumblings

“In everything I do, I endeavour to espouse and inspire enthusiastic novelty. My intention is for that to come through loud and clear in my interactions with everybody I meet. Especially you.” – Burning Dan Last year I spent the … Continue reading

DJ Spooky.

Categories: Reading Responses

And then there was light. …and Sight. Sound. Feeling. Color. Air and Earth and Sea. Notes, words, words and more words, more notes, scales, chords, phrases, sentences and paragraphs, languages, more languages. The Old Testament, the New Testament, the Torah … Continue reading

TV vs. Film

Categories: Mumblings

I’ve been watching a great deal of television as of late – by which I really mean to say, the past three years. I used to think that I only wanted to work in film, to make grande acrylic opus’ … Continue reading

Fuller… Chapter 6: The Movie Fan

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I challenge you, or anyone for that matter, to find someone in this country who doesn’t like movies – aside perhaps from some 97 year-old evangelical woman with clinical cinephobia who lives in the middle of the desert. Or the … Continue reading

Fuller…Chapter 5: The Picture Palace

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It never ceases to amaze me how thin the veil of class divisions are, how alike we all really are, that, at the very heart of things, everyone wants to experience the same fundamental feelings and exercise the same natural senses. … Continue reading

Fuller… Chapter 4: Alternative Viewing.

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I remember being in elementary school and praying for the teacher to be out sick or too tired to deal with us – anything that might result in a sacred hour and a half of staring at that small fuzzy … Continue reading