In 1994 at the British Phonographic Industry’s BRIT Awards, PJ Harvey and Björk covered the Rolling Stones’ "(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction." It’s kinda bad until it becomes pretty fantastic.
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The music video for SUUNS’s C-Thru is rendered entirely as a snowy Magic Eye-style autostereogram. The trick is to stare into the distance, not cross one’s eyes (which results in the steregraphic field being inverted) But cross-eyed is the only way I can do it. — Read the rest
A Norwegian company is creating a doomsday vault for the world’s best and most beloved music. You can find it on Svalbard, an archipelago off the coast of Norway. In addition, it sits between the North Pole where the Global Seed Vault is. The preservation structure resembles Blade Runner in its architectural style and holds […]
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