More TKDE news for today: the Russian director Andrey Stvolinsky has posted a beautiful video showing Moscow in crisp slow-motion, the whole thing enriched with a track from The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble's first album. The whole thing fits very well together, shows this city under a very uncommon light and, mind you, is here below for everybody to see:
Well, we don't know (yet) about that above.
Anyway, while Ad Noiseam has been spurting out good old warm vinyl goodness over and over again (and has no intent on stopping), the label hasn't been shy of offering music on mp3. After all, your Technics has to cool down a bit some time.
The news of the day is that part of the Ad Noiseam catalog is now available through the young and friendly Zero Inch platform, and that the rest will come little by little in a near future. Give it a shot if mp3 are your thing. Besides Zero Inch you can also find Ad Noiseam material in digital format from such platforms as Digital Tunes, Juno, Beatport, some fruity behemoth and plenty of other places.
And of course, you can also get your mp3s from Ad Noiseam directly. And when your turntable get back in gear, we have the wax as well.
The above video was created by Interim Descriptor for Broken Note's "Let 'Em Hang" (taken from "Let 'Em Hang / Meltdown", adn113). It was allegedly made with a piece of software written specially for the occasion, and which made most of the choices based on the sound. I am not geek enough to explain it all, but I would suppose this is some kind of updated "Gantz Graf" algorhythm. Enjoy the video, check out the record, and remember that, yes, it looks better full-screen.