In honor of the new Moog Sub Phatty analog synthesizer Flying Lotus & Adult Swim veteran, Adam ‘Lilfuchs’ Fuchs collaborated on a short animation called Moog Sub Phatty: New Machine For Living. You can hear the new Sub Phatty analog synthesizer in Flying Lotus’s original score for the animation, called ‘Such a Square’. Thanks FlyLo, Thanks Adam. Love, Your friends at Moog.
Take a look at these stunning Moogfest screen prints from DKNG.
Lots more info and process photos can be found here:
Final cut of the full-length movie for the classic album. This utilizes the backdrop films the band used during their initial US, UK, and French tours for the album, with additional footage used for "Breathe" and live footage from 1972 added to "Time". The mix of the album for the video contains extended versions of "Speak To Me" and "On the Run".
Final cut of the full-length movie for the classic album. This utilizes the backdrop films the band used during their initial US, UK, and French tours for the album, with additional footage added to "Us and Them" and the entire "Any Colour You Like". The mix of the album for the video contains an extended version of "Money".
Spotted at Synthtopia.
Here’s a perfect unofficial video, by the sharp-eyed Neil Krug, to my favorite Boards of Canada song, “In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country“. Mr. Krug’s sun-drenched ’70s vibe perfectly pairs with BoC’s nostalgic sound. Go spend some time exploring his portfolio and enjoy.
Spotted at Abduzeedo.
Sculpture present a flattened zoetrope on the surface of a vinyl record. The Victorian zoetrope, invented in 1834, was a three-dimensional object that consisted of a spinning cylinder with vertical slits through which still images appeared to move.
Sculpture’s animation requires the use of a video camera to convey its magic, but as can be seen from their videos the effort is well worth it. Just the knowledge of the latent potential contained within the vinyl surface serves to enhance the experience of the music and the spinning disc, even to the naked eye, is a hypnotic spectacle.>
What a spectacular idea and execution! Full details can be found at Hardformat.