by Garethin General, Music0 commentstags: London, luke jackson, Music, video
Remember Luke Jackson’s “Goodbye London” video?Course you do; it was brilliant… it was on here only a couple of months ago…Anyway – now you can give it the credit and recognition it deserves and vote for it in the Metropolis Art Prize. Simply click here and bang your mouse down on the Thumbs Up button to cast your vote. And if for some bizarre reason you need reminding why you should be voting for it, here it is to refresh your memory.
by Garethin Media, Music0 commentstags: art, design, London, luke jackson, Music, video
I’m indebted to British-Canadian singer/songwriter Luke Jackson for dropping me a line about his new video “Goodbye London” which features not only a cracking song about the place where I live, but also a top piece of animation, mixing time lapse and stop-motion of London scenes with drawn characters and graffiti. The result is a belter of a video; charming but unsentimental, and completely evocative of the city.Do pass it on, and if you want to find out more about Luke and his work, including “Goodbye London” and his new album “…And Then Some” you can do so here… You can buy “…And Then Some” on iTunes by clicking here…
by Garethin Music0 commentstags: keith johnson, London, Media, Music, music form the worm farm, stuff, Technology
As the “Music From The Worm Farm” project I did the website for nears its end, I should point out the forthcoming live performance of the project’s output.The performance is at 7 pm on Thursday the 19th of March at the Science Museum’s Dana Centre in South Kensington, London. Tickets are free, and a free CD of work from the residency will be given away.Click here for full information on the evet…And click here for the ‘Performance” info page on the Worm Music website.Ongoing notes form composer Keith Johnson can be found here on the Worm Music blog.