Hypnotically watchable, beautifully synchronized, and exactly what it says on the tin. This is magical.
A few years ago I started idly searching Youtube and stumbled over a treasure: offbeat 1980s New Wave and synthpop songs. Some from bands you’ve heard of. Some that you may never have seen. Some which stirred faint memories. Some which were completely new to me. So I started collecting them, and then I started blogging a few. Meanwhile, I started putting them into playlists.
Nate Cull’s cyberpunk rock opera.
Jukebox by openAI.
“We’re introducing Jukebox, a neural net that generates music, including rudimentary singing, as raw audio in a variety of genres and artist styles. We’re releasing the model weights and code, along with a tool to explore the generated samples.“
The science fiction future is happening now.
Spera Comics look interesting
Asher Levitus Planet Mu. ”ASHER LEVITAS TAKES US ON A BEAUTIFUL TRIP ACROSS DIVERSE DRONES, TEXTURES AND PULSATIONS IN HIS NEW MIX.
Venkatesh Rao’s pandemic reading list is interesting .
Marshmallow Laser Feast experiential art collective.
Kutiman on Instagram.
Rolling Realms is an “infinitely scaling, roll and write game” that you can download and play for free.
Big list of free games for COVID19-house-bound people looking for a fun diversion.
Got Your Back has video call backdrops for you to download and use.
It’s here until 3pm tomorrow. Get it while it’s hot.
Like it says on the tin.
I spent the day working to this. I’ve got a soft-spot a mile wide for Seven Lions. He made dubstep make sense for me, and when I need deep focus there is nothing like it. I’ve been working, running, lifting, and vibing to his enormously epic, trancy beats ever since. The second half of this mix is Crystal Skies, a DJ duo with a similarly fantastic energy.
Good morning lovelies. Take a moment. I promise this will make your day better.