I love the a capella Pac Man theme music too!
So full of win! I am a huge Mario nerd. My dad saved the princess before me though, in SMB2. Gar! (S’alright, Dad! <3)
Speaking in Code is an intimate account of people who are completely lost in music. A heartbreaking and lighthearted documentary, it’s a vérité glimpse into the world of techno.Captivating and entertaining, the film takes you around the world, following the people who make electronic music … their lives. I’ve watched it and could really relate in a lot of ways, from the experience of being a festival-go-er, DJ, musician, and promoter who’s passionate about electronic music. In particular I found one scene where the critic Philip Sherburn becomes emotional while talking about his dead father very moving. It’s a great documentary to add to your collection if you love music. Own yours now for $19.95.
“One of the most need-to-watch music docs in recent memory.” — Urb Magazine
STARRING: Modeselektor, Wighnomy Brothers, Monolake, Philip Sherburn, Ellen Allien, Tobias Thomas, Marc Leclair AKA Akufen, Wolfgang Voight, Michael Mayer, Reinhard Voigt, Sascha Ring AKA Apparat, Sascha Funke, Miss Kitten and more.
Watch for Movement 2009 coverage soon!
In the ever-growing trend of creator-sanctioned fan art, the people at Battlestar Galactica have instituted the Videomaker competition. Publicly supplying audio and video from the show (battle scenes, the sound of airlocks opening and closing, etc), theyâ€™ll pick the best fan-created video and air it on a future Battlestar Galactica episode. Fun! [via]