Their work simply pulls you in and holds your attention.
Case in point: This nearly two hour edit of Porter Robinson’s “Worlds” set.
[ embedded video: Porter Robinson – Worlds: The Movie 【FANMADE】]
Created entirely out of fan footage shot at live shows around the world, Huntroxic Music seemlessly edited together footage shot by nearly 100 other people into a single, hour-and-forty-minutes-long music video.
And it’s incredible.
We’ll see creation come undone
These bones that bound us will be gone
We’ll stir our spirits ’till we’re one
Then soft as shadows we’ll become
I stumbled back upon this one the other night and sat there for over 30 minutes watching.
Just goes to show, when you care more, you dive deeper, and you do better.
PS: Thanks, Taylor!
I’ve currently narrowed things down to just three pieces.
One’s a gritty funk track, with guitars, saxophone, and brass sprinkled with drums.
Another is epic and airy, with lots of strings that builds ever so classy.
And the third starts with a banjo, quickly adds a xylophone, and makes me grin from ear to ear.
While I’m waiting for scheduled calls and on-site recording sessions, I think I’ll whip up some dirty intros and see which I like best. Kinda looking forward to this.
Going to be three different ways of introducing the same content. It will be interesting to see how the intro music influences the vibe of the conversations that follow.
As someone whose life is remarkably better because of the open Internet—and who’s trying to one day make a living by using the Internet to help make others lives remarkably better—the bought-and-paid-for, Republican FCC’s decision yesterday give people like me the finger really pissed me off. Big time.
I need to do a better job of balancing the sense of urgency with a need to convert outrage into something more productive.
Shit. America 2017—we could ALL do a better job of this.
Here’s hoping a healthy rash of lawsuits brought by state Attorneys General and non-profit organizations, combined with an unrelenting outrage from the American people will once and for all fix the Internet as as being the great equalizer and innovation space it’s proven to be in the last 20 years.