Daily Archives: October 8, 2010

MTHDS Live @ the THC Music Fest [VIDEO]

These guys are sick! Look out for them as they tour the west coast.

http://www.myspace.com/mthds


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That’s Pretty Underground [VIDEO]

Ha this is fcking hilarious

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Metal Head Orgasmotron – convert headbanging into metal music

Moshpit Amp is an art project by the fabulous art group //////////fur////.

Ha this thing is actually real! Not sure where, or if you can get one.

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Phoenix – ‘Love Like A Sunset’ (Remix Pt. 3) [MUSIC]

‘Love Like A Sunset’ (Remix Pt. 3)

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The Sickest EQ Frequency Chart Ever

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Jam Session 2.0 – Collaboration Amalgamation [VIDEO]

Emcee: Dumbfoundead
www.youtube.com/dumbfoundead
www.twitter.com/dumbfoundead

Singer: Esna Yoon
www.youtube.com/esnathesinger

Emcee: Herbal T (Portugese/Spanish/English)
www.youtube.com/waxandherbalt
www.twitter.com/herbaltisgreat

MPC (Drum Machine): CAV3
www.myspace.com/CAV3MUSIC
www.twitter.com/CAV3
“GHOST PHUNK” at CAV3.bandcamp.com

Guitar: Tio
www.myspace.com/tioproductions
twitter.com/tiomusic

Scratches: DJ Zo
twitter.com/zomanno
www.myspace.com/zomanno

Piano: Lukas (YoungPianoTV)
www.youtube.com/YoungPianoTV
twitter.com/ThisIzLukas

Bass: Chris Hong
www.myspace.com/hangukhellking

Mixed Down by: Tio

Free Download of the song here.

8 people with 5 instruments originally from 4 Continents speaking 3 languages for 1 song.

Brian at CAIN MOSNI thought of a cool concept and coordinated a virtual “jam session” with musicians from all over the world!

If you ask me this is more like jam session 3.0. I see stuff like this happening more and more, especially as the technology to record with others online gets more common, or popular. I posted a while ago about a couple of programs  that allow you to do this. One is Digital Musician and the other is NINJAM. They both look really sick. I’m not sure what program these guys used.

I would love to see a website where artists can jam like this live and people can just go and watch. I think that’d be sick as fck. I also think software like that could cause the creation of a lot of new bands, that otherwise might not exist. I think the potential there is BIG.

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