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From Hull with Love: City of Culture Awash with Nordic Warmth and Tales of the Sea

May 9, 2017

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The North Atlantic Flux Festival held in the UK City of Culture for 2017 – Kingston upon Hull – was American singer-songwriter John Grant’s gift to the world. And what a jewel it was. Glittering like a rave laser, luxurious like a glistening cheeseburger, transcendent in its beauty. As far as warehouse raves go this […]

North Atlantic Flux: Songwriter John Grant Hooks Up his Nordic Connections for Hull’s City of Culture

April 22, 2017

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Majestic baritone John Grant creates heaven in Hull with Iceland’s finest electronic collective GusGus, Norway’s acclaimed DJ and Producer Lindstrøm, and supergroup Wrangler Anyone with an interest in our northern cousins and their baroque Nordic take on electronica, house, disco, rock and boogie, should forego two months of poxy Sky subscription and instead get themselves […]

Mind on the Run: The Impressive Majesty of Basil Kirchin’s Hullian Soundscapes

March 27, 2017

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On Sunday I listened to BBC Radio 3’s Hear and Now programme live from Hull City Hall, featuring a tribute to sonic visionary Basil Kirchin – a little known post-war composer. It was transcendent. Catch it while you can. The broadcast is available for another six or seven days on BBC iPlayer. If you’re a […]

Best of Vimeo 2016: Connoisseur’s Guide to the Year in Video

December 23, 2016

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Vimeo’s Staff Picks are nearly always right on the money, the best video, FX and animation from artists across the world. Picking the best of 2016 is no simple task, but these videos are the cream of the crop. Categories for Vimeo’s Best of 2016 include Action Sports, Documentary, Drama, Comedy, Travel, Animation and Eye […]

Video Tech: Popcorn Robot, Time Hacks, Siri Beatboxing and a UFO Drone

April 27, 2016

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Robotic Glockenspiel plays Popcorn Canadian James Cochrane created a beautiful prototype for this robotic glockenspiel player built out of solenoids, wooden dowels, paperclips and elastic bands. But this is a completely different bag of computer chips, using servos, an Arduino Uno, MIDI shield and Adafruit’s 16 channel I2C servo driver. “My next project is to […]

Pushing Paper Tech to the Limits with a Cardboard Surfboard and Stratocaster Fender Guitar

January 30, 2016

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When one snowboarding company took to Youtube marketing a few years ago, they fired up some really cool projects. Anyone need a snowboard with solar power? Apparently there are only so many snowboards you can make before the creative well runs dry. Solar powered boarding may be the apex. Yes it did actually work, charging […]

Two Turntables and No Microphone

November 10, 2015

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Source: Two Turntables and No Microphone on Hackaday Jan Godde built this sexy ‘wooden sensor box with two rotary disks‘ as a sound creation experiment. Just look at the video to see how the platters work with the touch sensitive sliders, a gorgeous piece of interactive design. As Hackaday – where the project is featured – […]

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