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I have only 2 tickets to giveaway for Matthew Dear // Games // Noveller tonight in Brooklyn, NY at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Doors at 8:00 PM and show starts at 9:00 PM and its $15 day of show but not for 2 lucky ISO50 readers. The first 2 people to name off his 3 alias projects (besides Matthew Dear) in the comment section will get one ticket to the show TONIGHT. Good luck and make sure you leave your contact info in the comment section.
Studio Parris Wakefield has some shots from the Joy Division box set up featuring the classic Peter Saville-art directed, Howard Wakefield-designed covers. Reminded me of just how good restraint can look.
We’re happy to be able to share this beautifully directed video for School Of Seven Bells of the song “I L U”. This video comes at a perfect time where many videos these days are very experimental and wonder off to something that usually is just visually appealing while the makers of I L U went straight in and grasped at what the song stood for and definitely put together a strong emotional piece of work.
This is ISO50 Studio Edition #009. It features an edit of the artwork I did for Casino Versus Japan’s self-titled reissue this year. Each edition is printed on 310gsm Hahnemühle German Etching paper using the Epson 9900 10-ink HDR system and is available in four signed formats, three of them being limited.
More info and images at The ISO50 Shop
Dry Waves is a compilation put together to show how gorgeous and diverse music can get when you stay away from filing work into genres. All the musicians on the compilation I personally feel are on a path of making music that keeps me on the edge of my seat when it comes to new ideas and experimenting.
Cover art by: Com Truise
Please support if you like the artists:
Noveller | Warm Ghost | Com Truise | Shigeto | Beautiful Bells | A Setting Sun | Joe Lapaglia | Dukes Of Chutney | Casino Versus Japan | Hooray! | Teeel | Mux Mool | Little Foxes
OUT THERE designed this very nice “e-invite” flyer for the Design Institute of Australia’s annual Milan Furniture Fair Review. At first glance I was sure this was some vintage poster but on further inspection realized, not only was it not old and not a poster, it was an animated gif…. You know, just in case the David Ope stuff wasn’t enough for you. The comeback continues, next stop, Geocities 2!
Com Truise works his magic on 2 versions of Neon Indian’s track Sleep Paralysist, synth heaven over and over. Download each here for free: Eyelid and Disorder