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    Magic City performs “Good Times Ride.” Band members are Larry Bulawsky, J.J. Hamon, Adam Hesed, Sam Meyer and Anne Tkach.

    Source: stltoday.com
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    • Posted at 11:06 pm on 3.01.2012
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    "Dawn" • The latest in our series of Listen music videos. Tight Pants Syndrome performs at Apop Records on Cherokee Street in St. Louis. (Video by Johnny Andrews / Post-Dispatch)

    Source: youtube.com
    • Posted at 10:18 pm on 2.16.2012
  3.   bestrooftalkever:

jacob:

caseypugh:

I recently created Music Video Genome. It’s essentially Pandora for music videos (or a personalized MTV). Through the power of VHX’s new API, Last.fm and YouTube, it made it quite simple to accomplish.
This past weekend I participated in a video hackday. You get 24 hours to start and finish a video based project. At the end everyone demos their speed hack.
My project morphed several times over the course of the weekend, but the final result ended up being something I’m really enjoying.
I called it Genome because it’s not that simple to match music videos to real songs. Most music on YouTube is just a stupid static image. Granted not all songs have music videos, but it would be amazing if I could crowd-source the documentation of music videos to songs. If a song does not have an official music video, fans could make their own and have it bubble up as the official music video.

More internet should be like this.

Whoa.

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    bestrooftalkever:

    jacob:

    caseypugh:

    I recently created Music Video Genome. It’s essentially Pandora for music videos (or a personalized MTV). Through the power of VHX’s new API, Last.fm and YouTube, it made it quite simple to accomplish.

    This past weekend I participated in a video hackday. You get 24 hours to start and finish a video based project. At the end everyone demos their speed hack.

    My project morphed several times over the course of the weekend, but the final result ended up being something I’m really enjoying.

    I called it Genome because it’s not that simple to match music videos to real songs. Most music on YouTube is just a stupid static image. Granted not all songs have music videos, but it would be amazing if I could crowd-source the documentation of music videos to songs. If a song does not have an official music video, fans could make their own and have it bubble up as the official music video.

    More internet should be like this.

    Whoa.

    (via sanjoesay)

    Source: caseypugh
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    • Posted at 5:00 pm on 9.13.2011