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  1. SE Minimix 025 Padraic E Moore
    Posted by Al
    Apr 2013
    From what we know about Padraic E. Moore we can tell you this; he is a lover. He is a champion of the arts and its effort to illuminate and alleviate the human condition. He is a curator, a writer and a thinker, as curious as he is curio, with a natural capacity for concern and care that is as indiscriminate as it is encompassing. The rest you'll have to glean from a listen to this mix as he... [Read more]
  2. Enter SkyCycle
    Posted by Synth Eastwood
    Sep 2012
    Anyone sick of taking a gulp of bin lorry effluent while cycling through town or feeling the warm adhesive feeling of bus fumes as you pedal your way to work? No amount of cling film body suits can keep the gassy delights of urban cycling away from the modern two-wheeled commuter. Not to mention, more importantly the vulnerabilty of being pinched between two groggy morning drivers on a busy street. Well there may be a Jetson style answer on the way. Enter SkyCycle a new proposed safe clean cycle lane rightfully raised to heavens and proposed... [Read more]
  3. Enter the Obliteration Room
    Posted by Al
    Sep 2012
    This is a brilliant exhibition from colourful Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. An oldie but a goodie this installation took place in the Tate Gallery London earlier this year. Polka dot enthusiast Kusama constructed a room where every item including the floor, ceiling, furniture even piano was finished in a clean white. The public on entering were armed with as many coloured stickers they could carry and urged to find a spot in the room to stick them. A great hit with children and adults alike producing a final outcome that is overwhelming. Good Job.... [Read more]
  4. Jason Hawkes Takes to the Skies
    Posted by Synth Eastwood
    Sep 2012
    Photographer Jason Hawkes is a fine example of nominative determinism where your name leads your occupation. Hawkes by name and hawk by nature, Jason has made aerial photography his speciality being an eye in the sky for clients and personal work alike. No matter how many times you've been in a plane its always fascinating looking at the world from the sky. Thanks to Hawkes' images you can do that without the stress of airports.... [Read more]
  5. Little Dragon Unplugged in Capetown
    Posted by Al
    Sep 2012
    This summer more than any Little Dragon have been charming folk all over the world with their live shows. Watch the Swedish outfit impress Sydney Mthunzi and his family with a impromptu rendition of Little man, unplugged and on their recent trip to Capetown, South Africa.... [Read more]
  6. MIDASpaces Codes Show
    Posted by Synth Eastwood
    Sep 2012
    Tonight Dublin witnesses another installment from the impressive MIDASpaces group. As part of this years Fringe Festival the collaborative group of programmers, designers, composers working with projection mapping and interactive design perform their fourth show Codes. The event runs at The Lir Academy, Grand Canal Quay, from tonight September 18th - 21st at 6 .30pm and Saturday 22nd September at 3.30pm and 6.30pm. More details can be found on the Fringe site here.... [Read more]
  7. Geoff McFetridge London Exhibition
    Posted by Al
    Sep 2012
    Anyone who has come across the work of Geoff McFetridge has become an instant fan and anyone who has yet to discover him is in for a treat. From music videos to ads to illustration his paired-back, friendly style is a pleasure to behold. Luckily for Europe the LA based artist displays an exhibition of paintings entitled Around Us & Between Us in London running currently in Soho's Ivory & Black Gallery. If you are in the area do... [Read more]
  8. Gotye Easy Way Out
    Posted by Synth Eastwood
    Sep 2012
    Keeping on the video tip, here is a beautiful stop animation made for Gotye the band who brought us the good but overplayed "Somebody I used to know". The music video was directed by Darcy Prendergast and is a masterpiece. ... [Read more]
  9. Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared
    Posted by Synth Eastwood
    Sep 2012
    Don't know how we missed this last year, but This Is Collective managed to whip up a video that goes from cute and colourful to menacing and dark in just three minutes. Great work... [Read more]
  10. New Music & Short Film from Flying Lotus
    Posted by Synth Eastwood
    Sep 2012
    A beautifully shot new short film by Kahlil Joseph featuring music from the Flying Lotus album which gets a release in early October on Warp Records. We highly recommend putting the headphones on and full-screening it.... [Read more]

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    We started this blog in early 2011 to reflect the different events, ideas and projects that interest and influence Synth Eastwood. Please mail blog@syntheastwood.com with any content you think might interest Synth Eastwood. Everything is welcome.

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    For our Minimix Series we ask creatives of all disciplines to select 30 minutes of music for your listening pleasure. Music to dance to, music to work to, music to get hubba hubba to. So far we've had some amazing mixes from folk like Jape, Shit Robot, Conor & David and Toby Kaar. A lot more to follow too. Click above to tune in.