LOL funny. IMHO.
The music video for Convict Colony by Saul Williams aka Niggy Tardust! Produced by EagleHawk. Directed/Produced by Rob Leitzell & Chris Edley. 7/9/2008. Out on Fader Label
An ambiguous animation painted on public walls
Made in Buenos Aires and Baden
Animation and Editing by Blu
Music by Andrea Martignoni
Produced by Mercurio Films
Herbie shows off while Quincy Jones looks on. 1983
via NYC Resistor
Posted to YouTube by newyorknewyokNY
Official video for Saul Williams’ cover of “Sunday Bloody Sunday” from the album “The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust.” Produced by Trent Reznor
In case you are wondering what I think about this album…
Here are some experiments I did in trying to mimic the style of Walter/Wendy Carlos’ synthesizer technique and style of timbres. Carlos was using a 1960’s era patchable modular Moog synthesizer with a different architecture than that of the Alesis Andromeda synthesizer. Each one has some advantages and disadvantages over the other but both use analog circuitry.
All I can say is
Bravo! As many of my friends can attest to, I’ve listened to a lot of Wendy Carlos over the years. Elhardt has managed to perfect the sound design, arrangement and performance stylings of Carlos. Be sure to check out the Scarlatti piece, too.