Do you love Beck?
Do you love Bowie?
Beck reimagines David Bowies “Sound and Vision” with 160 musicians, as a fully immersive 360 degree interactive experience via the Lincoln Motor Company. It takes place on a 360 stage with Beck in the middle. It was created using 360 degree binaural heads. You can control the cameras using your webcam and moving your head around. Astounding
Just set it loading in the background and come back to it later… but its worth it.
LAUNCH HELLO AGAIN
Think you had it tough as a kid? Just watch
This short doco provides a fascinating insight into the lives of some young musicians in North Korea as they host a group of Germany’s finest classical musicians.
Yes, the material is a little dry, but with all the fun we poke at Kraaaaazy Korea, it was nice to see an entirely different perspective.
You know you’ve written a hit song when it still works as a collaboration between automated computer peripherals…
created by electronic experiment guru BD594
There are few things worse than needing to risk a long voyage in a leaky boat to find a better life in Australia.
Here is one of them.
created by @the_howie
“But why are they having dinner in the daytime?”
“Why are they drinking red cordial?”
“How come Bangs is so good!?”
Ssshhhhh baby… Just enjoy ur boy Bangs.
According to his YouTube description, Nathan Navarro had a dream that he lost one of his arms which inspired him to write this bass solo.
We had a dream… To play bass .0001% as good as this dude
Witches Empire. That’s pretty lame… What did you get?
created by Maxim Dalton
If you can stomach the painful cat puns, enjoy the entire collection here
created by Andrew Strapp / AUX.tv
found via Stef
I grew up idolising rock star snowboarder Trevor Andrew (or TRZA, as he later became known) and the whole Analog Clothing team for their riding and for pretty much destroying everything they touched.
Andrew has now transitioned into real life rock star Trouble Andrew, and personally, I can’t stop listening to his new record ‘Dreams Of A Troubled Man’. It features some serious love from Diplo and Santigold so it’s gotta be good, right?
Listen to most of it here or check out some clips below
Words can’t do this concept justice…
All we can say is please enjoy:
Australia’s most talented artists
remaking one of
Australia’s greatest ballads
as an homage to
Australia’s most famous landmark
Now go here and enjoy the whole experience
How’s your year going so far? Feel like you could do with another reason to celebrate?
Well at That’s Ace!
we’ve just passed 60,000 site views, and we figured that was as good a reason as any to launch a new weekly feature we call FREE MUSIC FRIDAY.
Each Friday afternoon, we plan to bring you something new to listen to, absolutely free.
That might mean a great SoundCloud
we tracked down, a link to an iTunes track or in this case, a brand new mashup EP by Tumblewoof.
Who is Tumblewoof? Nobody, yet. But if he keeps mixing up some interesting sounds like these, that might change soon. It’s not going to blow your mind, but we figured it’s a fun place to start with for this week.
Download the EP here
or enjoy two preview tracks here
(the second one is best)
Note to artists: Feel free to send us a link to new tunes you would like us to feature