Archive for ‘Sound as Vision’

September 24, 2020

Talk Thursday To Me – Jeremy Brightbill

Today we catch up with old friend of the blog Jeremy Brightbill to find out about his move to Louisville, KY and how the work is progressing.

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December 2, 2011

Sound as Vision – Francois and The Atlas Mountains

ChaCha recently discovered Francois & The Atlas Mountains, and not only does the group make us feel all Francophile in our special places, they also make some of the most visually interesting and diverse music videos we’ve seen in a long time. Check out a few more of our favorites below.

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November 22, 2011

Sound as Vision – Paul Chatem

ChaCha is a big Paul Chatem fan, and once she stumbled across this portrait he did of Rick Rubin we knew we finally had a music related excuse to share his awesomeness with you.  So go and get some beautiful eye music with his artwork here.

May 19, 2011

Talk Thursday to Me – Kevin Titzer

Today we talk with artist Kevin Titzer about his musical influences, what it’s like to curate an art show based on bands like They Might Be Giants and the bridge between music and art.

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April 12, 2011

Sound as Vision

We stumbled across the very cool Mix Tape Exchange that Yeti Records runs in Minneapolis, MN via this article on Utne.  Not only is the concept cool, but we also loved the variety of homemade cover art that people are creating for their mix tapes.  That art along with the hand written song lists have really captured our little bloggy hearts.  We recommend scanning the heart warming glory of it all at the MTE blog here.

April 5, 2011

Sound As Vision

We recommend our NYC friends, and those visiting that fine city, check out the very cool Looking at Music 3.0 exhibit and film series happening now through June 6th at MoMA.  More info and appropriate linkage below the jump.

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March 29, 2011

Sound as Vision – Melissa Auf der Maur

Our friends over at National Geographic Music have a really cool article displaying the photography of Melissa Auf der Maur – best known for her stints as bassist in Hole and Smashing Pumpkins.  Documenting shows and life on the road, there are some great shots and very cool explanations of the process (camera used, processing technique, etc…). Below are a couple of our favorites.

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January 3, 2011

Sound as Vision – Jeremy Brightbill

Happy New Year errr’body!  We’re kicking things off by a return to form and some of our favorite irregularly recurring segments.  Today’s return to form comes in the form of the formidable segment known as Sound as Vision – where artists present us with artwork based on musical inspiration.

Today’s artist is Jeremy Brightbill, who along with being a painter also leads one of our favorite indie rock outfits – Panic Strikes a Chord.  See what he did with the song “18” by the group The New Year.

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December 15, 2010

Sound as Vision – Ghost in the Machine

Your move mp3. Your move.

This very cool flikr set by artist Erika Iris Simmons was brought to our attention today, and we’re spreading the love.  For our younger readers, the above is a cassette tape which was a medium for hearing music back when huffing freon and rocking out and jumping railroad tracks was something that the kids did.  Golden times indeed.

Check it out below for some of our other favorites from Erika’s work.  We more or less just picked the musical artists we dig the most as a way to whittle it down, because all of her work is amazing. 

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August 9, 2010

Sound as Vision – A New Irregularly Recurring Segment

Yes, we're bringing you this genius. You're welcome.

We at P.E. have been huge fans of the whimsical and amazing artwork of Kyle Starks since before the internet was really a thing and he was improving shitty local zines with his awesomeness.  Well, times and technology may change, but luckily Kyle is still golden.  How golden?  He’s agreed to be a part of a new segment we’re calling Sound as Vision where music related things are recreated by artists we love.  Check out the first esteemed entry into this thrilling new saga.

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