Sweet, engaging, little movie. I found it by accident, although it’s clearly getting some major interest with over 16 million views.
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I got sent this link with the title: “Honda Cog, eat your heart out…” True, but also worth thinking about who thought of it first – both Honda and Guinness deserve a mention. That notwithstanding, here’s to a magnificent version of the same thought:
This is beautiful – our head of TV sent it around, to show the genius of Ringan Ledwidge… and it’s worth watching – think of it as a “run up to Easter Weekend treat”…
Roni Brunn sent me this link – it’s a plug for her band really, but there’s also a lot of fun to be had spotting the ads she’s mashed up on this video (41 in total, if you want to guess all of them!). If you want to check her music and her blog out, [...]
The website for One Giant Leap over at “What about me?” just gets better – footage from the series as well as tracks – they just need to release the album now and all will be well in the world… at least for a bit!
Here’s the trailer for the new “1 Giant Leap” movie – and the music of the new album. If you haven’t heard of them before, then check out their web site. The original album was an all-time great, so here’s hoping the next leap is just as good… Check out the video embedded or click [...]
Just when you’re busy complaining to all and sundry that Apple need to have some better quality music (i.e., bitrate quality), they go and do it… See here.
Steve Jobs has openly published a manifesto piece on music rights for the world to read. And, it’s by far the smartest move played in a while… he’s effectively (and very persuasively) thrown the question back to the record labels. Read the full text here… Worth reading to know more about Apple’s position on music [...]
“Sam’s Town” (The Killers) This is so good. I’ll admit that I normally find 3/4 tracks on an album and start to ignore the rest quickly, but this one is just good from start to end. Probably the best album released since Bloc Party.