Friday, 31 October 2008

Christmas List Sewn Up.

Apart from a few Korean and American sites selling pre-owned versions of this t-shirt, we've been unable to track one down.

So imagine our surprise when we walked past our local, and there was this barman serving ciders wearing one.

For the record, this is what we want for Christmas. You have our email address.





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Creativity: My name is Brian.

Genius!

Brian is probably on his third cider as we write this. He said he had a hat to go with this costume, but we don't believe him. It doesn't need it anyway, less is more.

Happy Halloween.

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Pirate Software

Lex Lutha does it again!


Lex Lutha - Appz


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Generation Gap Love.

We've been asking the person who sent this in tough questions about where they found this, and what they were looking for.

So far, no answer.

Wrong.

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Friday Clock Watching.

Transforming Owl


Rap Translated: Give this to your parents


You think you have seen this before? Bet you haven't.


We don't usually put this up, but just this once.

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Scary!

Like Recount, Boogie Man shows why it is important to know what goes on behind the scenes in Politics.


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Our new Friend & Co.

On Wednesday we told you about a special little art gallery called Friend & Co.

We convinced Tom to tell us a bit more about it.

video

And for you iphone users.

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More and Moore

More Michael Moore screen time in his new film Slacker Uprising, which you can download for free.

Michael is just a giver.



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Thursday, 30 October 2008

Facebook is rubbish.

Facebook is so good, it's rubbish.


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Selling Dope.

Adverts + Promos.

Lessons



Lessons 2



Grand Theft Auto 4


Justice - D.A.N.C.E


Justice - DVNO



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Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Platea Professio

Street Art.

Stokes Croft, Bristol











Gloucester Rd, Bristol


Friend & Co are a small independent gallery, and when we say small, we mean SMALL, TINY. They specialise in 'outsider art', and we hope to feature more on the these guys soon.





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Dance Floor Dale (NSFW) vs Diesel (SFW)

This was sent in to us, and, well, we don't know what to say about it... So here is what Dance Floor Dale said.

"WE'VE HOSTED THE VIDEO HERE [their website] AS IT KEEPS GETTING BANNED ELSEWHERE DUE TO SOME EXPLICIT SCENES (ALLEGEDLY).

WARP AND ERIC WAREHEIM (TIM AND ERIC) WOULD LIKE TO URGE YOU THAT IT'S PROBABLY NOT SAFE FOR WORK - DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU WORK OF COURSE.

OH AND THERE ARE FLASHING LIGHTS."




Directed by Eric Wareheim (Tim & Eric) in association with Warp Records and Warp Films. Music by Flying Lotus. Co Directed/ Animation by Devin Flynn. Co Directed/ Edited by Eric Fensler. More info at dancefloordale.com

Diesel launched a viral ad campaign using the same technique, although they say their version is safe for work.


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Tuesday, 28 October 2008

Long Live Short Films.


Little Theater in Bath.


The October Future Shorts programme of films featured the creative, the unique, the bizarre, the funny and the poignant.
We bring you 3 of our favourites.

The full list of films and more about Future Shorts can be found online.

Who's gonna save my soul?
This short film is for the song from the Gnarls Barkley album 'The Odd Couple". Gives a whole new meaning to a broken heart.


Never like the first time/Aldrig som första gången
Gotta love those Swedes! The contrasting stories about losing your virginity are brilliantly told and creatively amimated, the Swedish language gives the piece a comic twist in some cases yet a stark resonance in others.


To Build a Home

This short film's evocative music and landscapes hook you in seconds. The viewer is invited into the intimate world of a couple's struggle with terminal illness. There's no sentimentality here though, the piece is emotional but exudes a poignant celebration of how a life should be lived and in this case, defiantly ended...

To Build a home (Part 1)


To Build a home (Part 2)

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Record Breaking TV.

Raising the Bar premiered on TNT in the US last month and attracted 7.7 million viewers, making it the most-watched series premiere on commercial cable. The show beat the previous record set by USA Network's The 4400 with 7.4 million and the 2005 debut of TNT's The Closer with 7 million.

Created by Steven Bochco, who developed such classics as Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law and NYPD Blue, it might just be the methadone that The Wire addicts have been looking for.

The question is, how long until it gets to the UK and the rest of the world?


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Shopping List: Got to get...

...Simple sneaks.

We are loving the classics look, you see, chavs were always ahead of the curve!

Nike Court Tradition

Nike Air Force 1 (07)



...And not so simple sneaks.

Bright like M.I.A and Santogold, big colours are making big statements.

Onitsuka Tiger Asics Saiko Runner MT
One of our own fashionistas returned from a recent trip to Amsterdam with a pair of these bad boys.



Onitsuka Tiger Asics Ultimate Rasta



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On planet Neptunes.

No doubt they are one of the greatest production teams in contemporary music, but what is it like in their world? And just how do they come up with their beats?

The Eighth Planet DVD was a bonus disc with the 'The Neptunes Present: Clones' album.






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Monday, 27 October 2008

You know Dubstep right?

Did Grime turn into Dubstep, or did it derive from something else? These two short docs set the scene about the origin of the sound.
Ya get me!?


About To Blow - Dubstep special



Collective - Dubstep Doc



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Sunday, 26 October 2008

Bmore Beats

A Bmore mix for your Sunday night. Drag and drop the podcast icon into your iTunes, or click the player below.


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Oh so selective.

It had to be done. The story of (arguably) the greatest rapper of all time. Notorious comes out early 2009.



...However, England has a rapper whose skills are often over-looked in favour of his pop songs.

Dizzy! Dizzy! Dizzy! Brrap! Brrap!


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Keep your city clean.

Climate change, and that environment always seem to be front page news and the solutions to these problems are all that is talked about.

Paul Moose looks at how dirt can be manipulated to give the illusion of something pure.

Maybe if we just started by keeping things clean, things would change more quickly.

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Saturday, 25 October 2008

Order Picking.


Image by Rodger B on Flickr

Like Valentine Warner, we can show you what to eat when.

There are only a few days left of the wild mushroom season, get out there and enjoy the sunshine!

When the sun goes down, there is nothing better than a civilised dinner party where you can reflect on your lovely day out.


Image by Rodger B on Flickr

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Friday, 24 October 2008

Pussycat Gymkhana



Well we heard about this, but we didn't think it was true. Tales from Stoke Bruerne about Henry just didn't sound possible.

But it does happen. And it always seems to be girls making the cats do it.

It must be what you do when you can't get to your pony.










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Butt Scratch Top 10

Car scratch




Spin scratch



Radiator scratch



Jack Russell scratch



Poodle Scratch



Bear scratch



Panda scratch



Panda log scratch



Horse scratch




Here's looking at you scratch


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Generation Games Console

Well that's what is sounds like!

It might also explain why there is so much anticipation about the November election.


Generation WE: The Movement Begins... from Generation We on Vimeo.

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It all starts in the bedroom.

Most music producers might tell you that things started out for them in the bedroom. And for the current crop of new rave musical high rollers, looks like the same must be true.


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Counting down to change?

With a few weeks until the General Election in the States, turn out for early voting has been described by some election pundits as 'off the charts'.

There does seem to be a buzz this time round, and it seems many want to be heard.



Looks like we will be seeing more and more messages from unexpected quarters in the run-up to the election.

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Movie competiton

Well this may be something worth entering. The Guardian are launching the Guardian YouTube online challenge.

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Thursday, 23 October 2008

Hello World

Weekend Autopsy brings you our thoughts on news, giggles, music, and well, you'll see.

But first, lets get our heads together.

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