Here’s the video to our annual Black Tie Beach event. The new track Bikini Whale is available free to download below or from the player on the left. Thanks to everyone who came out. This one was awesome.
Thanks to everyone who came out today to the Mp3 Experiment TEN! Here are a bunch of tracks featured in today’s experiment. Some old favorites and some brand new stuff.
A couple tracks are missing that I intend to upload (hopefully by the time the video goes live). I wrote most of the new stuff specifically for the Mp3 Experiment, so I need a little more time to “songify them”. As always, all the tracks are free to download. Here’s a description of where each track occurred in the experiment.
Cunga – giant conga line
Jonathan Squarepants – freeze dance
Back in Time – rewind button
Freeze Tag (orchestral) – Class photo
German Tourist – clueless tourist walk
Brooklyn Bridge – wave
Grand Concourse – paper airplanes
Slow Dance – slow dance (nice!)
Monkeyball – Follow the stranger (as always)
I made a cameo as a jolly mustacheoed troubadour in the latest IE video. My brothers in tune are Stefan Zeniuk and Tuba Joe Exley of Gato Loco. I also did the score for the piece, which doesn’t seem suited to post as a download.
Internet legends Pat Cassels and Evan Gregory helped us turn a boring subway car into a live late night talk show. Download the theme from “Late Night Undergroud” for free from the player on the left (or in this post).
We do our best to save folks from the perils of texting and walking. In a collaboration with buzzfeed, we’ve made two videos. The soundtrack to the first video, Dusty Hoover, is available to download free from the player on the left.
We remastered our classic Suicide Jumper vid, and I did new dramatic score.
And the IE documentary “We Cause Scenes” will premier at the SXSW film festival on March 8th! It screens a bunch of times. If you’re in Austin, check it out. I worked on the score along with 2 other talented fellows, and the film is awesome.
Grand Central invited us to crash their 100th birthday party. If you’re in for a “where’s waldo” style good time, try to spot me in the first group walking out to the catwalk. I got my orchestra on for the score of this vid. Grab the track Grand Concourse from the player on the left.