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CoughPark4 Compact Discs – 13 Corners of The Escape

Thee new mix is out featured many talented people. Your simple life will never be the same. See the bottom ...
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Jupiter – Reports, Stories and Excerpts by X.F. Pine

I released this book a while back. Experimenting with distribution and formats. There are a few more in the pipeline ...
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Blissville …An Investigation Docu / Poem

For those of you who want dig much much deeper into the concept and reality of Blissville, Queens, a unique ...
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My Favorite Obsessive Youtube Channels Pt 1

Who needs cable or satellite when you have these awesomely obsessive youtube channels at your disposal. Each one is it’s ...
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STORETHROAT For All your THROAT NEEDS

You should visit the THROAT UNIVERSE. Check out the pins and many other things like zines, comics, apparel and patches. Also ...
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Demos of Curious and Obscure Musical Instruments

I set up a playlst on Youtube to collect these. I'm fascinated by the ancient ones like the Summerian Lyre ...
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Favorite Books

My new favorite book from the Reanimation Library. 1,000,000 Random Digits from the Rand Corporation. - XFP ...
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Insane Animation Feed

The Insane Animations group on Vimeo was started a few years ago. It's a Collection of mind-bending animations from everywhere that ...
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Ultra Precog Weirdness from Blissville

I felt compelled to write a follow-up about a short film called Radio Free Blissville, which was produced in 2009 ...
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July 4th in Brooklyn with WHOT

This is always worth watching at least once a year. This is back when Brooklyn was more exciting and lawless ...
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Radio Unnamable Documentary about Bob Fass

I saw this great doc this week at the New York premiere. The official site is here. Bob Fass was ...
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North Korean Photo Archive

I came acrossthe most amazing collection of North Korean photographs today in this DPRK Flckr group. There are over 20 ...
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Happy Birthday Sun Ra

Stick around for the interviews in this clip. He would have been 98 on this Earth. ALL IS WELL ON ...
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Brian Eno Lecture about Everything that Matters

Happy birthday Brian Eno. I’ve always been a huge fan of his approach and creative process as a producer. He ...
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Paper Tiger TV

So you have a community based Public Access show and you do it for 30 years in the middle of ...
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Happy 50th Ian MacKaye

So funny how this interview is from 2008 but resonates more today. The idea of being "mindfull" about implications and ...
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Book Covers from Poland

CAVR alerted this to my attention. An amazing archive of Polish book graphics in the 50watts.com archive. I love the ...
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Sedyane’s Ghosty Ancient Folk Music

A while back I came across this hypnotic musician named Sedyane from up in Northumbrian, UK. He's a traditional storyteller ...
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Awesome Collection of Punk Rock Posters

These were all made before the internet destroyed the WORLD. It's amazing how nostalgic I get sometimes. You could do ...
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Metropolis II – Insane Chris Burden Kinetic Sculpture

I've always been a fan of Chris Burden. Good to see he is still driving people insane in different ways ...
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Les Paul’s Pirate Radio Station in Queens

Les Paul was an innovator on a whole other level. Not only did he build the first solid body electric ...
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Philip K. Dick Dead but Not Dead for 30 Years

I've become such a huge fan over the years. I just wonder how many Billions of dollars his ideas made ...
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R.I.P. Don Cornelius

I wish so much that people were more like this now. Sometimes I think the internet has destroyed everything. Hop ...
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Missing Persons – Animated Feature by 2 People

This animated film is amazing for a few reasons. I am still not exactly sure how it was created by ...
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The Mummies

I recently became aware of the work of The Mummies. They were a garage surf band from California in the ...
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Steve Jobs and the Strawberry Fields Forever Process

In the  Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson Jobs talks about listening to and being influenced by the complete perfectionism behind ...
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David Lynch – Crazy Clown Time

Inspiring. Really dig the texture and layering to this stuff. The lyrics are oddly childlike and horrifying at the same ...
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Delia Derbyshire

I believe I am smitten with Delia Derbyshire. She was part of the innovative BBC Radiophonic Workshop back in the ...
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Maker Faire in Queens NY 2011

This is happening this weekend at the NY Hall of Science. It was pretty tremendous last year. Something for everyone ...
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Super Relaxing Birdsong Radio Feed

It's 103 degrees in the New York City shade today. For some reason this makes everything cooler. Not sure if ...
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Shortwave vs. A Dead Brick

Interesting article on how Ham radio is the only thing that works in natural disasters. According to this you can ...
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Peter Nappi Handmade Photos

Here is Peter Nappi's site of photographs. Peter shot the Radio Free Blissville project. He also does historical photography processes ...
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Radio Free Blissville

Radio Free Blissville is a short film made in 2009 directed by J.F. Culhane. A version of the short premiered ...
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LCT Feed

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The Simplest FM Transmitter

From Hack A Day. It's got a nice Terminator look to it. Plenty of solder relative to parts. Also some ...
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2010 NYC Maker Faire

So the first NYC Maker Faire was last weekend in Queens New York. It was exhausting in a really good ...
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Old Global Groove

This is an awesome archive of old out of print Global Groove. The categories are on the lower left. Some ...
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The Best Animal Cams

This site is all about collisions of one kind or another. I felt a need to post these as we ...
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The SPL Hell Stupid Nasty Flexing after Demo

One of my new favorite car/sound subcultures that comes out of Memphis at about 14,000 watts. -XFP ...
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Embrace Climate Change

I try not to be a fatalist. Fatalism is just so unpopular these days. I am tired of negativity just ...
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Radio Free Blissville – Interview

Interview to soon be published in näkyvyys (Finland) näkyvyys: Where did this idea come from? J.F. Culhane: The idea for ...
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Avant-Garde Project

AGP is this incredible archive of extremely rare vinyl that never made it to CD. It includes very informative introductions ...
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Razor Blade Radio Receiver

A little history.  Apparently during WWII an Australian POW in a Japanese Prison named Cornell,  who would have made an ...
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Radio Free Blissville at Anthology

Here is the press for this show. The docs they are showing should be cool too. XFP Radio Free Blissville ...
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Russian Radio Signal UVB Gone

This just in from Wow Cool. It seems that the strange transmission known as the BUZZER emanating from Russia since ...
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Personal Transmitters

Came across this with schematics. Very cool. I love these crazy antennas reconstituted from other things like parts of fireplaces ...
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Circuit Bending Workshop – Bent Fest 2010

Look out for the friendly flowers turned diabolical at the end with a little bending and overdrive. XFP ...
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Comcast Ad on Piratebay

I guess now that the FCC can't uphold Net Neutrality this is more a strategic move on Comcast's part. Or ...
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Tape Glove v1

CAVR sent this in. All of life should be this analog. - XFP ...
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JUST ADD SWEAT

Circa 1984 The Dead Kennedys headlined a mega-show at the Beacon Theater, with opening acts No Thanks, The New York ...
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First Lady of English Pirate Radio Dies

In February Dorthy Calvert died at 81. She was married to Reg Calvert who started the legendary pirate radio station ...
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Beware False Prophets

One blazingly hot Sunday afternoon in 1980-something I went to the Tompkins Square Park bandshell for "Rock Against Redevelopment," a ...
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The Osmotic Telegraph – Lenox Rant

Hardcore was certainly named right; although it flew way below the radar it had some of the most rabid and ...
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On Learning To Do Without What You Never Needed In The First Place

If I may paraphrase Mick Foley, I'm not Old School; I'm from the school that burned down before the Old ...
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NJ Punk Rock – Alamogordo

Introduction: Download a zip below.... Sifting through punk rock in the mid to late 1980's is like listening to a ...
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The End of Astroland – Coney Island

I recently found myself on Coney Island, where the Albert family sold off Astroland to Thor industries who plan to ...
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