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Here’s a small collection of tracks that i’ve been listening to on repeat this weekend. I’m really loving this City Center track, anyone have anymore info about them?
Biosphere – Birds Fly By Flapping Their Wings
City Center – Summer School
The Verve – Already There
Blog contributor Forrest sent in these Mexican stamps his girlfriend found at an antiques store. They all look to be 60’s era and at some point were laminated and turned into a bookmark. The Mexico 68 example is the standout, of course. I think it’s interesting that Lance Wyman’s name is mentioned right there on the stamp, pretty nice touch and great typography. Thanks Forrest!
Grain Edit (one of my favorite blogs) has turned 1! To celebrate, they’re having a giveaway with all sorts of prizes including a chance to win 2 ISO50 posters. So head on over and enter to win: GrainEdit
I was going to save this for Halloween but its October and i couldn’t wait.
Delia Derbyshire’s “Dreams” was made in collaboration with Barry Bermange (who originally recorded the narrations). Bermange put together The Dreams (1964), a collage of people describing their dreams. It was set by Delia into a background of pure electronic sound. “Dreams” is a collection of spliced/reassembled interviews with people describing their dreams, particularly recurring elements. The program of sounds and voices is an attempt to re-create in five movements some sensations of dreaming: running away, falling, landscape, underwater, and colour.
Delia Derbyshire – “Dreams” part 4: Sea
Just in case you’re in the market for a new DSLR and all of the recent announcements weren’t enough for you, this supposedly leaked ad from Nikon Japan just hit the web. The word “Big” appears next to a shadowy DSLR body, perhaps insinuating an impending compact, full-frame Nikon on the horizon. Here’s to hoping this potential model bridges the rather large chasm between the D90 and the D700 and maybe even throws in some of that HD video lacking from the D700 for good measure.