Archive for the 'The Arts' Category

Carlsberg stunts with bikers in cinema

• September, 2011

Here we have it, a very funny commercial that gives great insight in how people perceive other people (especially when they look kind of rough). Spread the word! Share this video!

Ancient Technology In Peru and Bolivia

• August, 2011

Enjoy this amazing journey through Cuzco, Tihuanacu, Machu Picchu, Puma Punku, the outskirts of lake Titicaca and more. Our guide and researcher David Hatcher Childress and British Engineer Christopher Dunn will narrate and indicate some of the facts and fiction as they walk through the Andes Mountains to examine evidence for the possible use of advanced rock-machining techniques. Going to ancient cities and megalithic quarries, they again examine saw marks, advanced lifting and moving techniques, as well as evidence of Pre-Incan megalith builders at Machu

Tool – Ænema

• July, 2011

MESHUGGAH – Bleed

• July, 2011

The adventures of Beardyman – Live

• June, 2011

Beardyman “Unshaved” @ the Udderbelly Beardyman and Friends’ Complete and Utter Shambles – 1 – @ THE CUBE, Bristol Beardyman – the Open Sauce Tour 2010

Amon Tobin’s ISAM Tour

• June, 2011

Amon Tobin’s ISAM Tour Visuals Take A New Approach To Merging Sound And Stage Design by Erica Gonsales June 06, 2011 No wonder Rio de Janeiro artist Amon Tobin is known as a “scientist of sound.” His music is the result of unwearying sound experiments since the 90s, when he released his first album, Adventures in Foam, under the name Cujo. After receiving recognition for playing jazz and hip-hop inspired drum ‘n’ bass and twelve (yes, twelve) albums later, he’s considered to be one of

Tool – Sober

• June, 2011

Tool – Sober .::. <<video>> <<Editors notE>> Tool – Sober . Brilliant song yet again, fancy clip as well. Give the Tool members some credit on Tool

Gorillaz – A Music Video Collection

• May, 2011

Gorillaz – Phoner To Arizona Gorillaz Featuring Daley – Doncamatic

Dr. Michio Kaku: “The World in 2030”

• May, 2011

“The World in 2030: How Science will Affect Computers, Medicine, Jobs, Our Lifestyles and the Wealth of our Nations” Wednesday, October 28, 2009 Dr. Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist and the Henry Semat Professor at the City College of New York and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, where he has taught for more than 30 years. He is a graduate of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and earned his doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley. Dr. Kaku