Archrival is a ‘sweet youth brand marketing agency’ with two interns named Dan Sheppard and Anthony Galvan. The pair decided that their agency didn’t know enough about them, so they created a damn funny music video to share a few ‘Personal Things’:
What does the collective voice of 2,088 people singing Bicycle Built for Two into Amazonâ€™s Mechanical Turk system sound like?
Probably a little something like this:
The music video for Thunderheistâ€™s Jerk It was recently awarded the Grand Jury Prize at South by Southwest:
If you couldnâ€™t make it to South by Southwest (aka #SXSW for the Twitter-ites) but you still want to keep up with all the latest and greatest in the semi-undiscovered music scene, then check out the fully legal, DRM-free, RIA-safe collection of music thatâ€™s been released by the festivalâ€™s promoters through the torrent world.
The torrent, which is the fifth such collection to be put out on the â€˜net, contains more than 6 GB of music, or 1267 MP3s spanning multiple genres and levels of famous-ity.
Granted, not everything is going to match your specific tastes, but there are plenty of songs to try out, so open your mind and be prepared to discover, because you never know whatâ€™s going to be the next big thing.
(Just one warning: There are so many songs here that it will probably crush your current collection of music, and if you try to use the random function on your MP3 player ever again, youâ€™ll still end up listening to 10 SXSW songs between every normal song, so be prepared. Not that thatâ€™s a bad thing, just donâ€™t expect your best of Michael Jackson collection to string together like it used to ever again.)
[Via: Torrent Freak]
Kutiman is an artist that takes YouTube videos and turns them into musical magic.
He starts by sampling the various clips that users have uploaded onto YouTube, such as a guitar lesson or a drum demo, and then combines them, along with the videos, into something else entirely. Itâ€™s a bit hard to explain, so I suggest that you just watch and see:
If you liked that, heâ€™s created six more tracks that follow a similar structure, and all are available through YouTube on his site. (Which features a fantastic, destroyed-YouTube design, and is worth a look all on its own.)