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NewHive
[See also: “Beautiful disasters: NewHive is making the web weird again”
http://www.theverge.com/2014/2/18/5420246/can-newhive-make-the-web-weird-again-zach-verdin ]

"NewHive is a multimedia publishing platform. We provide a blank space and custom tools to simplify the process of creating rich multimedia experiences on the web.

Get started with our User Guide [http://newhive.com/newhive/user-guide ] and Frequently Asked Questions [http://newhive.com/newhive/faq ].

Say hello. Ask about job opportunities. Get in touch with our press and media team. Inquire about partnership and business development opportunities.

We are committed to supporting creators on the NewHive platform.
We do this in a variety of ways, including:

Commissioned Projects

NewHive regularly commissions multimedia mixtapes, singles, zines, ebooks, curated exhibitions, and solo projects by emerging and established artists engaged with the Internet. Creators receive a stipend and technical support. Proposals are reviewed on a rolling basis. Get in touch: m@newhive.com.

Interview Series

NewHive publishes interviews on a weekly basis. These conversations focus on the creative process, and aim to promote a better understanding and appreciation of the arts. Search #interviews to read about the community on NewHive.

Events / Exhibitions

NewHive partners with institutions to increase the profile of our creators. Most recently we collaborated with the Goethe-Institut San Francisco on Image as Location, an exhibition that showcased artists who are remixing their favorite works of art. Previously we teamed up with Gray Area to co-organize UPLOAD.gif, a weekend-long festival celebrating the animated GIF file format.

ZACH VERDIN
Cofounder / CEO

CARA BUCCIFERRO
Cofounder / Designer

ABRAM CLARK
Cofounder / Engineer

MELISSA BRODER
Director of Media

info@newhive.com "

["What is NewHive?

NewHive is a multimedia publishing platform for the easy creation of webpages called newhives. These pages are artist-controlled, embeddable, and may be simply compiled into collections. We provide an intuitive and easy-to-use, graphical user interface. To put it simply, NewHive allows users to create webpages without having to write code or use a rigid interface.

Do I have to pay to use NewHive?

NewHive is totally and completely free!
How do I create a newhive?

To create a newhive page, click on the create icon in the bottom right-hand corner. For help creating a newhive click on the ? while in the editor."]
newhive  multimedia  webrococo  remixing  web  webpublishing  online  internet  remixculture  gifs  gif  animatedgifs  zachverdin  abramclark  carabucciferro  melissabroder  upload.gif  webdev  ebooks  zines  mixtapes  art  community  onlinetoolkit  classideas  multiliteracies  webdesign 
january 2016 by robertogreco
Cairo Liberation Front Celebrate Their 2nd Birthday With 'Bring the Noise Part III' [Mixtape] Okayafrica.
"In celebration of their second birthday, Dutch DJ collective Cairo Liberation Front has compiled a high-energy new mixtape exclusively for Okayfrica. The nearly half-hour long Bring the Noise Part III purveys CLF’s take on Electro Chaabi, which is not just a music genre that meshes rap, European house and Arabic rhythms but an entire youth culture that arose from rebellion against dictatorship in Egypt. Filtering the intense excitement of this movement through the sounds of some of the most intriguing contemporary African and diaspora musicians, Bring the Noise Part III is simply a fun listen. Bookended by what sounds like a Public Enemy sample and a track that tantalizingly recalls Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise,” Bring the Noise Part III features London-based octet Ibibio Sound Machine, Sudanese-born Sinkane, South African producer DJ Spoko, and SA rapper Okmalumkoolkat. Check out the full tracklist and listen to Bring the Noise Part III below."
music  2015  mixtapes  africa  cairoliberationfront  okayafrica 
january 2015 by robertogreco
Sounds and Colours | South American music and culture magazine
"WHAT IS SOUNDS AND COLOURS?

Sounds and Colours is a magazine about South American music and culture. Through regular articles, news, reviews and audiovisual features we focus on the diverse cultures of the South American continent with music, film and the arts at the core of what we do.

WHAT MAKES SOUNDS AND COLOURS UNIQUE?

Sounds and Colours began in order to promote South American music and culture. We felt that Latin American culture was often shown through a narrow lens, missing much of the diversity that makes it such a rich culture. Our aim from day one has been to show all sides of South American culture, especially those that have been under-represented in the past.

WHO IS BEHIND SOUNDS AND COLOURS?

Sounds and Colours started in May 2010 by a team devoted to South America and its culture."
brazil  brasil  argentina  chile  colombia  perú  uruguay  paraguay  southamerica  culture  music  bolivia  venezuela  ecuador  playlists  mixtapes 
december 2014 by robertogreco
Chico Correa's Future Brazil Roots mixtape by Movimientos | Mixcloud
"A fresh mixtape of Brazilian roots meets future bass sounds from DJ and Producer Chico Correa featuring Carimbó, Forró, Coco, tropical bass, and Rasteirinha.

Ahead of his London DJ set @ Muevete - Notting Hill Arts Club on 20th September
http://www.movimientos.org.uk/Muevete...

Esmeraldo Marques, known as "ChicoCorrea", is a pioneer of a fusion of Northeast music and electronic music. He represents a new generation of Brazilian Bass music producers, focusing his artistic creativity between the oral traditions of his land and the low end frequencies of the sound systems.

Blending 808, analog synthesizers, with roots rhythms from Brazil like Cocos de Roda and Emboladas, his sets are a mix of his own productions and a mashup with samples he may find some hours before the gig. Always improvising and reconstructing the set each gig, in a live electronics format."
brasil  brazil  mixtapes  music  chicocorrea  carimbó  forró  rasterinha  tropicalbass  esperaldomarques  cocosderoda  emboladas 
august 2014 by robertogreco
Borderblaster: Transmission 6 'Mixtape for Crossing' | San Diego | Artbound | KCET
"What song comes to mind when you think of the border? We asked individuals who work at the crossing and live on either side of the border this question and compiled their answers for our final Borderblaster Live Recording Event: Mixtape for Crossing. The project's finale invited individuals to contribute songs along with the stories behind those songs to the creation of a collaborative mixtape that would be the basis of Transmission 6--the final transmission of Borderblaster."
borderblaster  tijuana  sandiego  2012  sanysidro  misaeldiaz  mixtapes  border  borders  djganas  music  bilingual  mexico  us 
march 2013 by robertogreco
Domus México Mixtape #4: The sound of Bamerette - mixtape - Domus
"Picaresque rhythms subtracted from old vinyls and golden age ghosts come together in a mixtape by Carlos Icaza, aka Tropicaza, reconstructing echoes of the footsteps on the dance floor of legendary Hotel Bamer nightclub Bamerette."

[All Domus Mixtapes are here: http://www.domusweb.it/en/mixtapes/ ]
carlosicaza  domus  domusmixtape  mexico  music  sound  2013  bamerette  hotelbamer  albertobustamante  carlosromán  domusméxico  nachméndez  peerezprado  tropicaza  mariopatrón  manuelvaldéz  mixtapes 
february 2013 by robertogreco
Mixtapes - Domus
[via http://danielperlin.net/?p=243 quoted here]

"I have been curating a series of mixtapes called Sound of the City for Domus Magazine. First online, it is now part of the print version as well.

The series is based on a simple principle. Pick a city. Pair a writer, designer or artist from that city with a dj or band from that city. Make a mixtape. All legal, all local, the task of meta curating is mine, and the fun parts come after you stick people together who might not normally hang out or work with each other. Cities featured so far have been Melbourne’s Architecture in Helsinki, New York’s dj /rupture and Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts, Buenos Aires’ Leandro Erlich and ZZK records, Mexico City’s Daniel Hernandez with some help from Toy Selectah and DJ N-RON."
danielperlin  df  mexicodf  mexico  nyc  harlem  buenosaires  beijing  telaviv  lasvegas  moscow  johannesburg  london  milan  melbourne  cities  mixtapes  domus  mexicocity 
january 2012 by robertogreco
The Mixbook: A Print-on-Demand Compilation of Web Content
"Its 254 pages contain 29 articles I bookmarked over the past year, as well as a brief introduction I wrote, making 30 entries total. It also includes many improvements that I wish I could have made to the 2009 version, like a table of contents, better image quality, much better typography, and a very nice detail suggested by Mark—tinyurl's for each article (much easier for readers to type in). I also am pleased with the cover, which I created by scanning in my idea book—the composition book I use every day (see image below). Of course, I had to clean it up considerably as mine is getting pretty beat up.

At some point I realized that "mixbook" is the perfect word to describe what this is. I used to make mixtapes for friends in middle school and high school, and would spend tons of time hand-making covers and liner notes. I loved the idea of making each tape a unique object. Making books like this is similar."

[via: http://booktwo.org/notebook/items-received-by-post/ ]

[See also other volumes:
https://www.newfangled.com/a_year_of_ideas_volume_1
https://www.newfangled.com/a_year_of_ideas_volume_3
https://www.newfangled.com/a_year_of_ideas_volume_4 ]
mixbooks  papernet  instapaper  ebooks  books  paper  print  publishing  christopherbutler  2011  longreads  lulu  mixtapes  from delicious
july 2011 by robertogreco
russell davies: what I meant to say at lift - part one - sharing, physicality, mixtapes and newspapers
"And that made me wonder if that's why people are liking Newspaper Club so much? Are we getting close to some sweet spot where you get the satisfactions of sharing a physical thing but with the convenience of sharing information. Is that what you can get when you add Digital Sharing Technologies to Physical Manifesting Technologies? We're not there yet. We're probably only at Sharing Goods like Sharing Services but even that seems like a step forward. Maybe that's why making your own book feels so right, maybe that's where we need to go next with DataDecs, maybe that's what Shapeways and Ponoko will enable, but I think there's something in this."
russelldavies  clayshirky  newspapers  sharing  music  socialmedia  tangible  technology  papernet  books  behavior  community  culture  post-digital  minimalism  information  mixtapes  ponoko  datadecs  shapeways  digital  satisfaction  services  goods  newspaperclub 
june 2010 by robertogreco

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