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Following an early morning status check of their vintage electronic equipment, two computer engineers "throw down" in an awkward dance-off that seems to echo the development of information technolgy and the internet from 1951 up to the present day (!?). The film features a catchy jingle by pop impresario Jim Guthrie. This is the second film by SUPERBROTHERS.

Warnings: Some educational material, suggestive content

DOT MATRIX REVOLUTION* from superbrothers on Vimeo.

77 Boadrum documentary

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God-like Japanese musical experimenters the Boredoms embarked on a project of unprecedented scale: 77 drummers playing for 77 minutes starting at 7 PM on 7/7/07, accompanied solely by EYE on a custom-built guitar gong and the sound of 8,000+ eyeballs not blinking.

(all the other parts of the documentary in the read more)

Part 2



Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

Part 8

Part 9

Part 10


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Another slighty weird video from the threeoneg camp for The Chinese Stars


This is a review of an album called "This is the album of a band called Adebisi Shank" by a band called Adebisi Shank

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So its been a little over a year and a bit since Adebisi Shank released "this is the E.P of a band called Adebisi Shank", since then they toured the E.P extensively through out Ireland, Mick and Lar released an E.P with Terrordactyl , Vin released Rocky IV Reckyrd in his guise as The Vinny Club, ventured into UK and mainland Europe with label mates Marvins Revolt, done a tour of Japan with Lite (who themselves are on tour in Ireland in October) and gained a very enthusiastic American fan.

Adebisi Shank - You Me


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New HORSE THE BAND music video

The video was filmed live in Belgrade, Serbia midway through HORSE's Earth Tour which was self-funded, self-booked and traversed 45 countries in 90 days. The show was packed with crazed Serbians power drinkers who, before entering, had chugged innumerable 3-liter bottles of beer and gorged themselves on 5 pound hamburgers. They had come from far and wide. These were rural wildmen.. hill people. The venue was a cramped, smoky dungeon, with an overflowing bathroom, no security, terrible sound and a tiny stage that emptied onto a slimy concrete staircase, which was to serve as a battleground for the hundred or so fanatics in attendance. Things were looking good. And from the first note, it was nonstop anarchy, a heaving tangle of violence and hilarity as brutish men and merciless women performed a dance of death, hurling themselves and their opponents to the floor, crushing each other in 20-something dogpiles, tearing steel fences from the floor, destroying the few functioning light fixtures, removing their clothes, and coming dangerously close to ruining HORSE's equipment and ending the tour. Directed by Gary Lachance of Mandatory Media

Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes

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A biography of a remarkably talented man as seen though the rich collection of material he left behind
Two years after Kubrick's death, Jon Ronson was invited to the director's estate to explore the hundreds of boxes the legendary film director had collected during his decades at Childwick Manor in Hertfordshire. He's been returning ever since, and the story of Kubrick and the archive, now housed at University of the Arts London, is revealed in this fascinating documentary.

Ronson asks: is it possible to get to understand such a man – and his extraordinary working methods – by looking through the hundreds of boxes he left behind?

Stoic Logic

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New video for Zach Hill of his new album Astrological Straits. the video is directed by Nate Boyce and looks like a cartoon character got sick after drinking a few different cans of paint and a sheet of acid

The Locust live in Spain

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The sensory assult that is The Locust live in Madrid
Part one

Part two (drummer is amazing)

Part 3

Pick It Up, Drop It

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Restiform Bodies (Passage and Bomarr) rehearse "Pick It Up, Drop It" from the upcoming "TV Loves You Back" LP. September 30th on Anticon Records