"Nobody Needs to Know" is a 2003 indie drama directed & produced by Azazel Jacobs. It is a story of Fame and the towns and industries and the people who create it and support it. It's the story of two actresses on divergent paths who unwittingly illustrate the power of Fame and its ability to pursue those who run from it and run from those who pursue it.
Duels is a British indie rock band from Leeds. They formally started playing together in 2005, but became quite popular quite recently after The Guardian described them as "one of Britains most ambitious groups". The group released their first album in July 2006. "The Bright Lights And What I Should Have Learned" was very highly reviewed and named Album of the Week in The Sunday Times. "The Barbarians Move In" is the bands second album. Released February 14th 2008, Duels is giving it out free as a digital download on the albums first anniversary.
Electric Sheep is a free & open source screensaver created by Scott Draves. It is by far the most beautiful and captivating screensaver I've ever came across. It not only generates amazing images, but it does it "on the fly". When the computer "falls asleep" it starts communicating and collaborating with thousands of computers around the world morphing computer animations known as "sheep". The result of this constant transformation is what some call a collective "android dream", an reference to Philip K. Dick's novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?".
I first had the chance to listen to this album last year and it went straight to my iPod because of Black ELement's innate energetic talent to rap and to make really good hip hop. It truly stands out from the hundreds of wanna-be-rappers we've had to listen to in order to make our FrostWire featured picks every month.
In the shadow of the culture industry's final crisis of the 20th-century, grows a larger portrait of the POwr, broccoli and Kopimi. Each step of the culture industry's failures is followed by the
uncanny successes of the structurally diffused spread of an Internet elite, spread worldwide. The book you're about to read has no author, no designer, no translators, no distribution channel.
The Respondent EP by the Chicago and Stockholm based Resplendent/Downey is certainly one oldy-but-goody release, in internet years anyway, and certainly one of my all-time personal favorites. Released in the summer of 2007, coagulates a massive amount of feeling and idealism, that is beautifully transmitted in a mix of electronic music and good, heartfelt vocals.
Barry Schwartz makes a passionate call for "practical wisdom" as an antidote to a society gone mad with bureaucracy. He argues powerfully that rules often fail us, incentives often backfire, and practical, everyday wisdom will help rebuild our world.
Andy Wagner's third album, “Those Who Forgive” is a melodic rock six-song EP from Rock Proper, a net label devoted to distributing quality rock albums covered under the Creative Commons license. "Those Who Forgive" is indeed a "quality rock album" - it's a bit on the slower, more melodic side with a touch of blues and maybe even country.
Our EMO IS AWESOME / EMO IS EVIL 2 sampler is packed with 15 songs (56 minutes) from all of our new releases PLUS some Deep Elm classics as well. This is version 2 of our Hottest Selling Sampler Ever and it again delivers the intense combination of emotional songwriting, heartfelt lyrics and moving live performance often referred to as "emo." Whether you think emo is awesome or evil, you can't deny it's all bloody good.