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Friday, August 14, 2009


Spintown News:
Check out the BOTR section at the bottom for some cool brentalfloss info. I'm having surgery at noon today, so there's a chance I could miss Saturday's blog.

"Calvin Harris performs a version of his new single Ready For The Weekend on a unique human synthesiser. The instrument employs 15 bikini clad models painted with Bare Conductive, a new skin safe ink which conducts electricity. When the performers touch the connection completes a circuit, triggering a sound.

The instrument consists of 34 pads on the floor which have been painted with the conductive ink and connected to a computer via some clever custom electronics. The performers stand on the pads, and touch hands to complete a circuit and trigger a sound. Different combinations of pads trigger the different sounds needed to play the track.

The project is the result of a collaboration between Calvin Harris and masters students from the Royal College of Art's Industrial Design Engineering programme."

She Worf
Peter Coffin did a parody of the Shakira song "She Wolf".

Who's Worse?
I want to give a shout out to POPTUB on YouTube, because 2 of the first 3 videos for today came from yesterdays show. This video is from Lollapalooza 2009, and I don't know which dancer I laughed at more....the guy being focused on, or the guy in the background.

Get Marvelous Or Get Lost
Moon did the choreo for this cool t-shirt commercial.

Smells Stronger
This is a cool mashup of Daft Punk & Nirvana.

Music From A Tree
Diego Stocco is pretty creative, but I still like the idea of getting music from half naked hot chicks a little more.

Steven Tyler Fail
I love Aerosmith, but I had to laugh at this clip.

Alethea is doing some insanely hot tricks on this stripper pole to the Metallica song "Bleeding Me".

Man Crush
Who do you have a man crush on?

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