Part of the 2016 UMass Amherst Libraries Special Collections and University Archives eleventh Annual Colloquium on Social Change entitled Documenting Punk. Featuring a panel of speakers including Lisa Darms, Ramdasha Bikceem, & Sara Marcus. The panelists discuss their experiences documenting and participating in the riot grrrl/punk scene in the 1990s. Discussion includes: efforts of the Fales Library at New York University to document the 1970s/1980s downtown New York art scene and the riot grrrl scene of the early 1990s. Moderated by Tanya Pearson & Jeremy Smith.
The Fab Four (Beatles Tribute Band)
Tulsa (Catoosa), Oklahoma Hard Rock (The Joint).
Taken with an iPhone5c.
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Here’s a metal track that came out of the blue. I decided on the first riff last night and start to jam around that. The final product is what you have here, in this video.
I hope you like it!
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You can dance to it!.. as long as you can keep up with all the time changes and syncopated chopped-up rhythms 😉
For the people who dig this kind of info, i basically chopped the fuck out of the Daft Punk track and manually re-structured it into a mathy mass of changing time signatures and rhythms, cutting the Flash vocals to fit with the new patterns – BUT, with an emphasis on keeping the storyline of The Message coherent, so you still get the wicked storytelling flavour of the Flash track coming through – albeit with a slightly more surreal storyline (!!!!!).. rats.. baseball bats.. you’ll get the picture.
Grandmaster Flash – the message (vocals)
Daft Punk – short circuit (music)
Plus lots of FX and extra synthy parts thrown in by me for spice & spice (yes, more spice).
Check out the rest of the TigerVegan mash-ups & remixes if you dig this kinda thing. Peace x
Del Disco PLASTIC LIFE el CLIP DE I really want to save you de WIND brit pop band.
A teaser of what will broadcast on the next edition of ELUDING THE LENGTHENED SHADOW this Friday at 3 pm CST / 9 pm UGT on kaosradioaustin.org.
Penny discusses going to art school with Gee Vaucher at the time that pop art was the next big thing.
The Dial House Interviews provided courtesy of Crumblestiltskin Archives.
Released into the world
Boys and girls
And everybody in between
Like MUSCLE men I played with
A crypto fever dream
What does it mean
No two are the same
On the blockchain
They’ll never change
On the blockchain
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