Wednesday, May 14, 2008


You all know I dont post many videos, but I could not pass this up. You must wait for this to load and then watch the whole thing with sound. Its unbelievable stuff!

MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.

The best part is this was made by the same person who did the video for the La Quiete song from their 2006 7". I believe Gabba just posted all three of the La Quiete videos on his awesome blog Hardcore For Nerds.

Here is the La Quiete video.

la quiete from blu on Vimeo.

Please check out their site and drool at the fantastic work these guys put out.


In other news, I added some new blogs to the side links ---------->

If I am missing any that fit within the content presented here than don't hesitate to tell me. And don't take it wrong if I don't put it up right away. I get sidetracked.... a lot.


Sweet Baby Jaysus made an awesome mix tape on Burning Down the Dreams of Forever that pretty much made my morning. If you are looking forward to tomorrow being a good morning than I suggest you take a little stroll over that way and grab that mix and ensure yourself a good mood.


Anonymous Pancho said...

Both videos are amazing. The human have no limits. Really interesting stuff. I wonder how much time requires that awesome animations...

Hey guys, i'm looking for some Capitol City Dusters stuff. I'll so appreciated


p.s: yay, i'm downloading the mix tape.

9:14 PM  
Anonymous Pancho said...


9:14 PM  
Blogger blend77 said...

I'd like to hear the Capitol City Dusters as well...

Check the videos guys. They rule.

9:18 PM  
Blogger gabbagabbahey said...

that video is absolutely freaking fantastic! How long must have that taken - are we talking hours or days?!

definitely ranks a 7 in the South American scheme of things...

small detail, but the La Quiete video doesn't synch up right. The opening drumbeat of the songs should match the rapping of the ping-pong ball + bat against the table.

7:04 AM  
Blogger blend77 said...

i noticed that. maybe its the site, Vimeo, or maybe something happened in the uploading process.

The first one is the one I wanted people to see. Its incredible. It mustve taken days. but the lighting is so constant on a lot of it that it feels like it may have been one day. But thats impossible.

Unless, as my friend put it, they did it all on a computer. Which would be quite possible. The thing that gets me with that, is how all the lines from his previous drawings still exist as the new ones appear. Though I guess that could be done just as easily ont he computer.

8:00 AM  
Blogger gabbagabbahey said...

I saw another simpler animation on his blog, on the wall of the Tate Modern - a figure running in a treadmill. That looked definitely like just painting and repainting a section of wall. There were parts in this video that made me think of a computer, but I guess given enough time, patience and whitewash, this eminently possible...

It also says it was done in Baden + Buenos Aires, so days at least...

8:08 AM  
Blogger sweet baby jaysus said...

totally off subject but thought you boys might appreciate these:
Our Voice, Pro Choice 7" Comp.
Two bands from Utah, Born Against and Heroin. the fun part: the heroin song wasn't on the discography...
ya heard.
how bout some brain-crushing sludge from Georgia?
Damad - Rewind 7"
oh i know, Jersey Pirate Metal reminiscent of early anthrax/exodus...
Swashbuckle - Crewed By The Damned
yeah. enjoy.

1:01 PM  
Blogger blend77 said...

haha!! nice!

thanks Jay!

2:59 PM  
Anonymous Pancho said...

Nice, nice. Thanks.

Here is some El Guapo stuff (washington, d.c)
El Guapo - The burden of History (1997)

El Guapo - Fake French (2003)

4:54 PM  
Anonymous Pancho said...

This one is a band from Chile (yeah, my country ;D), hope you like it.
If you want, I can put more chilean stuff.

Asamblea Internacional Del Fuego - Lo que hablaron las nimas en el camino ( 2005 )

3:42 AM  

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