The E.C.C.

The E.C.C. - I want a cookie (2006)

The Godfathers of Mashup

"Since 1986, The Evolution Control Committee has steadily built a worldwide reputation by creating sample-based music of questionable legality. We have been violating copyright laws since it was difficult."
Sing along with the Pillage People DMCA karaoke (Youtube video link HERE)

It makes me think
... that we are still waiting for...
The Droplift Project volume 2 to be released ???
Various pre-copies have already been exchanged via emails, but the website remains dead silent ... "coming soon ..."


Download Droplift Project volume 1


Cassetteboy - fly me to New York

Cassetteboy & Cartel Communique (2006)

This one from
Stephen Marshall at GNN.TV (Guerilla News Network)is one of the greatest clip i've seen but i couldn't embedded it so here is the LINK


Gayane Ballet Suite - Sabre Dance

(composed by Aram Khachaturian; arranged by Akira)
I've compiled other crazy versions found on YouTube HERE


Jim Nollman - playing music with animals

(c.photo: Jim Nollman 2001)

"I play music with animals. I've tried it with ravens, dolphins, bellbirds, frogs, orcas, humpback whales, lobsters, elk, wolves."

Using a wide range of instruments, from the 1000 years old wood "dolphin sticks" and "wales drums" that the Australian aborigines were using to call the whales, to the good ol' electric guitar and even a specialy designed Peavey mandolin to play with high pitched dolphins and many other species...Now listen to these underwater strange and beautiful melodies.

Learn more about
Jim Nollman. at greenmuseum.org

You can listen to 2 .MP3s of Jim Nollman playing with wolves and wales at waxidermy.com HERE
You can download (or play online with) wales, dolphins and belugas samples at interspecies.com HERE

You can also listen and "watch" other whales, dolphins, beluga recordings by AguaSonic Acoustics via YouTube HERE

-- links :
Jim Nollman
AguaSonic Acoustics

Insane japanese exercise video

Learn english while doing aerobic ...

Thank you so much Zven for sending me this sensational weird english lesson.
And thanks to mwowm23 for uploading it on YouTube.


Sippie Wallace - mighty tight woman (1967)

I love when Mamie sings the blues ...

Sippie Wallace (1898-1986) american blues legend known as "The Texas Nightingale". This rare blues/folk Lp is graciously shared by
Sunny Side Of The Street. A great audioblog full of jazz albums, now available in .mp3 format for your listening pleasure.
link: http://sharebee.com/fe4b6465