The almighty Al Peretz and X did this killer shoot at Fridays Dub Blackout event! Music is by Danish grime girl Lucy Love.
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Friday October 15th 12pm!
Each year Copenhagen, Denmark celebrate Culture of Night RL. This evening all major museums, shops and cultural institutions have open all eve/night and everything is free.
As part of a SL presentation via 12 computers where RL attendees will be helped into SL and 2-3 big screens in the RL Danish Ministry of Science there will be given tours for the attendees to various art exhibitions and happenings in SL
We want to show the RL attendees who step by to see what SL is all about – a thriving party!
The Pop Art Lab Party will be screened via projector at the RL venue.
Teleport via this link http://slurl.com/secondlife/Pop%20Art%20Lab/183/58/21
Programme (all times SLT):
12:00pm DJ BRB “Dubz n Cuts”
01:00pm MommaLuv Skytower w. band
02:30pm DJ Bine “Deep House”
More info about RL event and SL tours:
“On our way to the beautiful confrence space in Sibelius Hall, Lahti, Finland one early morning. From left organizer Georges Segura, me, Karl M. Kapp and Ken “Hubble” Hudson”
“Ken Hudson giving his opening keynote. I showed above slideshow right after Ken in front of 100 attendees”
Treet.TV: “To celebrate the 2nd Birthday of Pop Art Lab in Second Life enjoy this AMAZING live performance from Tasuko Ghost – the music is amazing and the stage show is theatrical and impressive”.
Treet.TV: “Pop Art Lab celebrates its 2-year anniversary with a tribute to the many talented artists creating in the 3D world of Second Life. Your hosts Persia Bravin and Clause Uriza introduce us to the work and welcome guest speakers Dusan Writer and Austin Ellison to the stage”.
September 4th we’ll celebrate our anniversary with quite a bash. Please see our Art Breaker sections for details. So lets travel back in time and tune in “PAL Opening Friday Nite Report” dated Sept. 6th 2008. No pictures but few poor ones in our flickr archive (pg. 8 bridge). Then we jumped into SLCN.TVs weekly RealBiz programme. Then we started making Pop Vox music TV. And time went on and history occurs if it makes sense. Go browse our archives plenty of ducumentary there.
I would much rather ramble bit about process of the making before Pop Art Lab was officially open. Late 2007 I migrated from the 777 sims. I had a beautiful apartment there and went out buying whatever soundrelated stuff I could grab. Suddenly streaming throughout the sim and realizing I had to get my own parcels. I went to Moon Park run by Lapiscean Liberty and got 4 parcels. Rezzed my 1000 prim high-end arty house and said “now some music”. Why not have seperate music (streams) in each room I so love that in the physical space so…yay chill in bedroom, lounge area and rock it. Within short Pop Art Lab was born! Or well we met in the sand talked about names and stuff. Needed to make a group. It all gets hazy but I ended up with a long group name that soon became known as Pop Art Lab. Then the build phase began and thinking back now we really have to bring back some of the thoughts from back then. We have been through three sound conceptual designs and to make it short. How people react and explore in immersive spaces is a subject of science. Ok from house to the lab. The early PAL was set up, tested and I guess we actually had a minor opening April 2008. An early MadPea formation came, tweaked their game and it was all fun but somehow just a few communities knew. And oh yes stability. I wanted 99% stability in this streamy jukebox so I spent next Q testing and that was it!
We opened in September. Two years ago. Nummerious events, tv shows and crazy stuff happened since then. The outcome will pretty much be available Saturday September the 4th.
Our lab just rolled and we’ll continue to tweak as our common experience grow. We’ll be around timely to say!
PAL is about music in nice designs. It’s a sci-fi fantasy environment that some day becomes real.
Coming week we’ll get set for our birthday. We’ll showcase Art Breaker where designs interact with music. Each artist/creator will be presented here as well as all info related to our anniversary.
Join the ride and you’ll see glimpse of what to come.
POP IN JAPAN
Saturday 7th August
POP ART LAB invites you to a 5 hour event featuring the best DJ’s and live music from Japanese musician arai tasuku.
Using the avatar name of Tasuku Ghost here in SL, his work is dreamlike, full of long lost memories and ethereal images with layers of sampled and original electronic, house and ambient music providing the perfect sound track to his gentle lyrics.
His main work is producing musical scores for movies and theatre, but Tasuku is passionate about performing solo to SL audiences too. Don’t miss this truly magical musician whose unique sounds will spirit you away.
1pm-DJ Sofia Diage
2pm-DJ Amanda Shinji aka DJ Miss Cyberpink
Grass Ark Parade Program -Phantom-
(Live music from Japan)
5pm-DJ Allenclive Beaumont
To be continued!
POP ART LAB: Main teleport area.
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Pop%20Art%20Lab/152/160/28 or CLICK
POP ART LAB: Underground Club
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Pop%20Art%20Lab/173/78/21 or CLICK
POP ART LAB is a real life company making music a social experience in virtual worlds. We work with record labels, media companies, digital artists and musicians from all genres.
Streaming 15 of the latest CD releases across SL every week from our futuristic and dynamic sim, we aim to provide an alternative musical listening experience, produce virtually based Television music shows and host a wide variety of music, art and cultural events that cross both real and second life.
Aria Tasuku can be found at:
PAL CEO-Claus Uriza
PAL Press Manager-Persia Bravin
Critical Praise for arai tasuku:
Hamlet Au, New World Notes: “A Second Life star is born”
Goski Easterwood: “He sounds like a mix between Warp Records and new Rephlex”
Further info please check previous post
Schedules… and wb to Philip Linden!
We have an awesome showcase this week at:
Unexpected Collaborations: Second Life’s 7th Birthday Party Starts Monday 10 AM!
Landmark to our showcase wonderfully designed by Emily Hifeng.
I’ll make 2 speeches at SL7B well the unexpected!
Thursday June 24
12:00 PM Speech at SL7B incl. World Cup routing in a no script order
Saturday June 26,
We’ll celebrate SL7B and have quite a summer party at Pop Art Lab. This is going to be last event before holidays in July. We’ll start in SL7B sims where I’ll speak in Auditorium about Unexpected collaborations looking back from birth of PAL January 2008. How has the musicscene evolved, how we ended up making the coolest music show in partnetship with Treet.TV. What happens and how all this works. Ranging from having real artists hanging out in my real life living room while we stream this throughout the web in 3D or plan this globally with guests from Buenos Aires to Los Angeles!
Come get wiser we want to entertain you!
11:00 AM Speech at SL7B incl. announcement of next massive PAL event (August)
Then we take a jet home to our lab!
12:00 PM Lance Rembrandt
01:00 PM Engrama
02:00 PM Starflower Orbit
03:00 PM DJs…..party
To be updated…
Glasz DeCuir: THANK YOU to: Nina Katscher, Paddles Pizarro ~*~ Rad Rockers Inc.~*~, Nessuno Myoo
Stuff used done by: Ricblas Ferraris, Elyion Arai, Ruy Bury, Reiko Carfagno
Music Theme: Crystal Palace by Oystein Sevag
There are some truly talented artists participating in this year’s contest from all avenues of Second Life. Please take a moment to view their videos, and share your feedback with them in the comments section.
Rysan Falls submission for Pop Art Lab Contest 2010
Prior to the judging process, we wanted to share every one of the Machinima Contest submissions. There are some truly talented artists participating in this year’s contest from all avenues of Second Life. Please take a moment to view their videos, and share your feedback with them in the comments section.