All three of Radiohead’s performances of Fake Plastic Trees at Glastonbury (1997, 2003 and 2017) with the video synched and the audio switching between performances.
The Apprehension Engine – an instrument for generating sounds for horror movies, designed by composer Mark Korven (who was tired of digital sampling and wanted something more experimental and acoustic) and constructed by guitar maker Tony Duggan Smith. Korven sez:
A normal instrument, you are playing it and expecting it to have a sound that is pleasing but with an instrument like this, the goal is to produce sounds, that in this case, are disturbing.
Here’s the full effect…
Revellers, beat-combo fanatics and rubber boot enthusiasts arrive as the stage is set for Glastonbury 2017 in Somerset yesterday evening.
(Pix: Peter Lynch)
The film is the official video for ‘Working for the Future In The Interlake’ by Canadian groovers Yes We Mystic
A fond but by no means all-inclusive tribute to 40 years of hip hop by Chicago based masher The Hood Internet. To wit:
Over 150 songs from more than 100 artists representing 40 years of hip hop all crammed into 4 minutes. It’s not a chronological history of hip hop. It’s rappers from different eras finishing each other’s rhymes over intersecting beats, all woven together to make one song.
Wolfe Tone Park, Dublin 1 yesterday – celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of that album.
(Pic: Oisín Kane)