Some years ago me and Scot decided to start a musical project. We both had strong backgrounds in the ways of electronic music. Agreeing that we would not me making 'dance' music, we decided to make something that would showcase the sounds we liked, something that would not really follow any rules (because you know, we're rebels. Cheese on!) and something that might even follow the accessible structures of pop music. This was Grackle Pop. Grackle Pop has since ended up sort of being an umbrella name for what we have been up to, and once more things have started to happen. As part of that process Scot and I have setup:
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This is a place to showcase some of whats been going on in our speakers these years since the inception of the project. I wont explain too much more as I wrote a nice post HERE explaining why the blog is there. I'll still post audio oddities and such here, there may be some doubling up on both sites, but Falling Tree Audio will give a more complete picture as to what the two of us have been doing. Our first release will be coming up soon!
Speaking of doubling up, check this cool tile image comprised of details of pictures take with my Hazcam:
Friday, May 13, 2011
This was taken with my Holga on my way home from work. With the Holga firmly wedged in between the dashboard and the window I snapped pictures at various moments on the way home from work, thus this image is a mutli-exposure compilation of my daily voyage home. There are a multitude of amazing cameras out there that can give you a very concise, focused, image of what it is your capturing, I'm trying to use the Holga with it's 120 film to make a sort visual impression of what I want to capture, not just a record.