Arpita Kumar – My Dear Americans

March 29, 2014 § Leave a comment

Arpita Kumar sits down with Cory Sheldon to discuss her new short film My Dear Americans.

A short narrative funded by Film Independent and PBS, My Dear Americans is about a Sikh woman’s defiant spirit. A recent immigrant to the U.S, Tejpreet is reluctant to embrace her new American identity. In contrast, her husband celebrates everything that mildly reeks of America. On America’s most patriotic holiday, the fourth of July, they have a threatening racist encounter that crushes the Sikh man’s enthusiastic spirit. Witnessing her husband’s devastation, Tejpreet makes a choice against hate and turns the situation around, if only momentarily.

John Davis on The Core is Getting Soft.10: Madrona Labs

March 9, 2014 § Leave a comment

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Reblogging this post from John Davis. Thoughts on the soft version of the Buchla synthesizer, called the Aalto and another virtual instrument from Madrona labs called Kaivo. Checkout the controller for the Kaivo.

Check out John Davis’s recent LP Spare Parts

Originally posted on johnhdavisdotcom:

Aalto rectangle There are some soft synths or plug-ins I’ve bought where I could have conceivably sprung for the hardware version instead.  But there’s no way I could have ever afforded a Buchla synthesizer – until Madrona labs came out with their Aalto software synthesizer, which is inspired by the designs of Don Buchla, who invented the modern synthesizer around the same time that Robert Moog did, but never aimed for the (relatively) mass market crossover that the Minimoog achieved.  Several years ago, I read complaints on Gearlutz and other gear forums that no one had attempted to emulate a Buchla, and speculation that maybe it couldn’t be done.  One look at the following Youtube video of the real deal shows why the prospect looked daunting:

For some reason, I’m more drawn to use the sequencer on this virtual instrument than others.  It can be hard to shoehorn it’s massive scope and…

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Best Friends’ Love – Exclusive Esquire Premiere

March 5, 2014 § Leave a comment

Thanks Esquire Magazine for the exclusive premiere of Best Friends’ Love by Kate Tucker and the Sons of Swedendirected by Miriam Bennett (Moving Studio Productions). The video was filmed in Nashville, Tennessee at Cannery Ballroom and doubled as a wrap party for the visual album for The SHAPE the COLOR the FEEL and featured many of the filmmakers, artists, and other creatives involved in that project. The album is delicious and best experienced on 180 gram vinyl pressed in Nashville’s historic United Record Pressing. Each album also includes one limited edition art print from photographer Jessie Sara English who produced a series of images – one for each song.

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Watch the video on Esquire’s Culture Blog

Best Friends’ Love

December 26, 2013 § Leave a comment

KT+SOS+Miriam

photo by Emily B. Hall

Well look what arrived on Christmas morning! A behinds-the-scenes Christmas present from Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden . Here is a look behind the scenes at the making-of the music video Best Friends’ Love. The song is on their forthcoming album THE SHAPE THE COLOR THE FEEL. Edited by my pal Adam Smalley

moving studio in music city

December 4, 2013 § Leave a comment

Nashville Arts Magazine goes behind the scenes on our recent shoot with the lovely creative community of Nashville TN.

Director, Miriam Bennett photo by Jason Smythe

Diving into RedcineX

December 4, 2013 § Leave a comment

Diving into RedcineX

…with the dailies from Best Friends’ Love shoot with Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden. Actress and magician Kait Rich dreams of electric celluloid … — at Mercy Lounge/Cannery Ballroom.

http://www.thevinyldistrict.com/nashville/2013/11/tvd-video-premiere-kate-tucker-sons-sweden-looking-around/

November 21, 2013 § Leave a comment

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