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Decoder Magazine » Video Premiere: Takahiro Mukai – “#091311″
Takahiro Mukai seems to be riding a rising wave of hypnotic and skewered dance music of late, with a string of necessary tapes on some of our favorite imprints, including Paralaxe Editions and Harsh Riddims. The Osaka-based producer now returns with what might be his most anticipated outting yet. Lovingly titled “#091311,” this new track is a standalone entry featured on Launch Compilation, a utilitarian rundown of sounds christening Speaker Footage, a “new sister imprint to Phinery will be focusing more on beat-driven and somehow darker sounds.” Directed by  Nikola Akileus (Ichtyor Tides), the video for ”#091311″ plays up the manic focus and pummeling minimalism of Mukai’s trademark dance music. Blipy glitches rail against one another in a caustic heap of rhythmic noise while various pops and blips assemble in an arresting line of melody. Akileus doubles down on the sensory assault, arranging a series of CGI blocks in an anxious choreograph that unsettles as much as it does placates the narrative. All of this visual hysteria perfectly compliments Mukai’s mutant throbs and agile edits. Look for the compilation to drop next month on a snazzy double-cassette package, which also includes exclusive material from MMMOOONNNOOO, AyGeeTee, Siobhan, GLIA, Head Dress, Birdy Earns, and Low Flung.
music  video  experimental 
7 weeks ago
Escape From Tomorrow Tour - YouTube
Tour documentary filmed by Kristina Esfandiari and M.J. Bernier on the King Woman, Planning For Burial, Mother Room, Foie Gras tour summer 2014.
music  video  documentary 
march 2015
A Place to Bury Strangers - Tickets - The Chapel - San Francisco, CA - March 14th, 2015 | The Chapel
A Place to Bury Strangers
Sat, March 14, 2015
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm
The Chapel
San Francisco, CA
$15
events  sf  music 
november 2014
[1411.1209] MultiQueues: Simpler, Faster, and Better Relaxed Concurrent Priority Queues
Priority queues with parallel access are an attractive data structure for applications like prioritized online scheduling, discrete event simulation, or branch-and-bound. However, a classical priority queue constitutes a severe bottleneck in this context, leading to very small throughput. Hence, there has been significant interest in concurrent priority queues with a somewhat relaxed semantics where deleted elements only need to be close to the minimum. In this paper we present a very simple approach based on multiple sequential priority queues. It turns out to outperform previous more complicated data structures while at the same time improving the quality of the returned elements.
concurrency  algorithms 
november 2014
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