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Examples of "pictureplane"
Technomancer is a studio album by American electronic musician Pictureplane. It was released on Anticon on October 30, 2015.
Thee Physical is a studio album by American electronic musician Pictureplane. It was released on Lovepump United Records on July 19, 2011.
In 2007, the song was covered by German trance project 4 Clubbers. Pictureplane sampled the whole song in his version, "Beyond Fantasy".
Dark Rift is a studio album by American electronic musician Pictureplane. It was released by Lovepump United on August 4, 2009.
At Halloween, in 2013 Dom released his debut electronic LP, "Hyperfantasy XL", via his producer alias, Kiss 1o8, in New York City with support from Unicorn Kid, Com Truise and Pictureplane.
Pictureplane released the studio album, "Dark Rift", on Lovepump United Records in 2009. "Thee Physical" was released on the label in 2011. In 2015, he released "Technomancer" on Anticon.
Condon is featured on the song "Found Too Low RMX" by fellow Santa Fean Pictureplane and also appears on the first and last tracks of the Grizzly Bear EP "Friend".
Animal Hospital, Fol Chen, Ichabod Crane, Banjo Or Freakout, Soap & SKin, Do Make Say Think, Part Chimp, Themselves, HEALTH, Clues, Thank You, Voice of the Seven Woods, Skeletons, Room 204, Benoit Pioulard, James Blackshaw, Matteah Baim, Pictureplane, Get Back Guinozzi, All in the Golden Afternoon, Mountains, The Happiness Project, Stars Like Flash, Our Brother the Native, Alexis Gideon, Action Beat and others.
Travis Egedy (born 1985), better known by his stage name Pictureplane, is an American electronic musician based in Brooklyn, New York. He first appeared in the music scene of Denver, Colorado, making a name for himself at the warehouse where he also lived, Rhinoceropolis. He has been credited for coining the term "witch house".
63 and 19 are mixtapes by Kool A.D, released as a double-album on February 7, 2013. The albums include collaborations with Pictureplane, Young L, SKYWLKR, Keyboard Kid, Trackademicks, Fat Tony, Mike Finito, Lakutis and Spank Rock as well as a beat Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys originally made for Das Racist.
These include Jel, Odd Nosdam, Alias, J Dilla, Madlib, MF Doom, Jneiro Jarel, Milo, Flying Lotus, James Blake, Samiyam, Ras G, Teebs, Grimes, Pictureplane, Four Tet, Beck Hansen, Bradford Cox of Deerhunter and Atlas Sound, Radiohead, Animal Collective, Spindrift, Toro y Moi, Broadcast, John Maus, Ellie Goulding, El Guincho, Illmind, Dibia$e, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Oneohtrix Point Never (Daniel Lopatin), Matt Mondanile of Ducktails, Devo, and many others.
Originally, seapunk started as a trend and an Internet meme on Tumblr in 2011. The term "seapunk" was coined by DJ Lil Internet in 2011, when he humorously wrote in a tweet on Twitter saying, "Seapunk leather jacket with barnacles where the studs used to be." In December 2011, "Cluster Mag" reported on the emergence of seapunk in electronic media and quoted Pictureplane, who described seapunk as "a mostly Internet-based phenomenon birthed out of the Tumblr and Twitter universes as a means to describe a lifestyle aesthetic that is all things oceanic and of the sea."
In 2009, Pictureplane sampled "Seven Wonders" in the song "Goth Star" from the album "Dark Rift". In 2013, Classixx sampled "Seven Wonders" in the song "Hanging Gardens" from the album of the same name. "The Seven Wonders", the season finale of "", opened with Nicks performing the song. This helped the song to reach #18 on the Billboard 'Digital Rock Songs' chart with sales of 13,000. "Seven Wonders" supplies the title and the leitmotif for the third part of Caren Gussoff's novella "Three Songs for Roxy".
Patrick's concerts have provided a forum for independent acts to perform outside of the music industry club circuit, primarily in the Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick areas of Brooklyn, New York, and in Downtown Manhattan. Shows Patrick organized provided an early launchpad for many successful independent music acts in the 2000s (decade), including Black Lips, Lightning Bolt, Black Dice, Mount Eerie, Deerhunter, Dan Deacon, Matt and Kim, Real Estate, Pictureplane, Woods, USAISAMONSTER, Dirty Projectors, Surfer Blood, TV on the Radio, Gang Gang Dance, DIIV, Teengirl Fantasy, Kitty, No Age, Vivian Girls, and others.
In 2007 Moross launched vinyl only record label, Isomorph Records, set up in order to explore further the relationship between design and music. The label has seen releases from Cutting Pink With Knives, Hearts Revolution, Midnight Juggernauts Apes and Androids and Pictureplane. With each release Moross collaborated closely with the artists in order to create the definitive visual representation of their sound, that encapsulates the bands ideas and Moross’ vision for them. In 2008 Kate Moross was named at number 18 in the NME’s Future 50 innovators driving music forward.
Currently Badgley and Molasses Manifesto are producing a feature documentary called “Get Amongst It: The Story of the First Check Yo Ponytail Tour” for LA based music companies Iheartcomix and Media Contender. It is a story of a DIY party night in L.A. that decides to go national and builds a tour of epic proportions from the ground up. The tour brings Spank Rock, Big Freedia, The Death Set, Pictureplane, DJ Franki Chan with appearances by Grimes and 12th Planet to a national audience.
The term "witch house" was coined in 2009 by Travis Egedy, who performs under the name Pictureplane. The name was originally conceived as a joke, as Egedy explains: "Myself and my friend Shams... were joking about the sort of house music we make, [calling it] witch house because it’s, like, occult-based house music. ...I did this best-of-the-year thing with Pitchfork about witch house... I was saying that we were witch house bands, and 2010 was going to be the year of witch house... It took off from there. ...But, at the time, when I said witch house, it didn’t even really exist..." Shortly after being mentioned to "Pitchfork", blogs and other mainstream music press began to use the term. "Flavorwire" said that despite Egedy's insistence, "the genre does exist now, for better or worse".
The complete lineup was: 9th Wonder, Active Child, Actual Proof, Akron/Family, All Tiny Creatures, American Aquarium, Americans in France, Aminal, Aquarelle, Atlas Sound, The Away Team, Balmorhea, Bear in Heaven, Bellafea, Best Coast, Big Remo, Birds of Avalon, Black Congo NC, Bowerbirds, DJ George Brazil, Bright Young Things, Broken Social Scene, Brutal Knights, Richard Buckner, Burning Star Core, Cannabis Corpse, Caitlin Cary's Small Ponds with Tres Chicas, Collections of Colonies of Bees, Cults, Greg Davis, Dex Romweber Duo, Double Dagger, Double Negative, Dungen, The Dynamite Brothers, EAR PWR, ExMonkeys, First Rate People, Floating Action, Followed by Static, Ben Frost, Fucked Up, Future Islands, Glissade, Golden Boys, The Golden Filter, Goner, Gray Young, Ryan Gustafson, Hammer No More the Fingers, Harlem, Harvey Milk, Horseback, John Howie Jr. & The Rosewood Bluff, In the Year of the Pig, I Was Totally Destroying It, Javelin, Jeb Bishop Trio, Juan Huevos, Kaze, K-Hill, Kill the Noise, The Kingsbury Manx, Kooley High, Kylesa, The Light Pines, Locrian, Lonnie Walker, The Love Language, Lucero, Luego, Max Indian, Erin McKeown, Megafaun, DJ Merlin, Midtown Dickens, The Moaners, The Monologue Bombs, Motor Skills, Mountains, Jon Mueller, Marissa Nadler, No Age, NOMO, Ocean, Old Bricks, Panda Bear, Pattern Is Movement, Pictureplane, Plague, Pontiak, Public Enemy, Raekwon, Rapsody, The Remix Project, The Rosebuds, Ned Rothenberg, DJ Sami Automatic, Schooner, Sightings, Sleepy Sun, spcl gst, Spider Bags, Thien, Tigercity, Tortoise, Treasure Fingers, Tyler Woods, US Christmas, Sharon Van Etten, Veelee, Vincent Black Shadow, War on Drugs, Washed Out, Weedeater, Wet Mango, Whatever Brains, The White Cascade, Keith Fullerton Whitman, Woods, Yip-Yip.
On January 3, 2012, Vazquez released his debut solo mixtape "The Palm Wine Drinkard". "The Palm Wine Drinkard," which featured several R&B tracks and other experimental music styles, received mixed reviews from critics. In April 2012, Vazquez released his second solo mixtape, "51," which received positive reviews from critics. In 2012, Vazquez stated that he had three new albums that he was working on. Two of them – titled "19" and "63" (like "51", the albums are named after Bay Area bus lines) – he released as a double-album on February 7, 2013. The albums include collaborations with Pictureplane, Young L, SKYWLKR, Keyboard Kid, Trackademicks, Fat Tony, Mike Finito, Lakutis and Spank Rock as well as a beat Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys originally made for Das Racist. "Vice" described "19" and "63" as "taking the discursive and funny work he was doing with Das Racist and stripping it of any sense of structure or formula, but also work[ing] to free him from the label of 'Dude in Das Racist.'" "Pitchfork" also praised the mixtapes, calling them "organically avant-garde". Vazquez and Kassa Overall released a collaborative mixtape as Kool & Kass entitled "Peaceful Solutions" on April 30, 2013. In December 2013, Vazquez released the mixtape "Not O.K.", composed of tracks that did not make it on his then-forthcoming album, entitled "Word O.K." (released in 2014), and featuring guest appearances from Sir DZL and Ladybug "Santos Vieira" Mecca of Digable Planets. In November 2015, Kool A.D. released a 100-song mixtape titled "O.K." as a soundtrack to his forthcoming novel "O.K., A Novel". 2016 saw a flurry of new releases from Kool A.D. with seven mixtapes coming in the first nine months of year, including two 100-track mixtapes ("Zig Zag Zig" and "Peyote Karaoke").
Noah23's first post-hiatus album, titled "Wingfoot", was released for download on December 21, 2012. On February 10, 2013, Noah23 released the EP "Tropical Fruit", featuring production by Pictureplane. On May 23, he released the collaborative album "Lotus Deities", which features an array of guest appearances, and includes a remix of "Comin' Home" by City and Colour. On August 20, he released the third and final entry in the "Occult Trill" series, subtitled "Blast Master Therion". While the first two entries in the series are mixtapes, this release is considered an "official album". On September 3, he released the alternative folk EP "Husk" under his Yukon Dawn moniker. The EP is dedicated to Noah23's mother for her sixtieth birthday. On October 9, he released a Ween-themed mixtape titled "Ween x Noah23 (Browntape)". On January 31, 2014, Noah23 released a collaborative EP with producer Horse Head, titled "Delicate Genius", On February 23, he released a compilation of guest appearances, singles and miscellaneous tracks titled "Rare Gems". On July 23, he released a collaborative album with producer David Klopek titled "Light Years", which he described as a "golden era", "boom bap"-style record, likening its sound to that of his earlier albums "Jupiter Sajitarius" and "Crab Nebula", and to the music of Kool Keith, MF Doom and Organized Konfusion. On August 23, he released a trap-influenced solo album, titled "Street Astrology". On October 31, he released a Halloween-themed EP titled "Blood", produced by Party Trash. On January 23, 2015, he released a full-length collaboration with production duo Blown, titled "Noah23 x Blown", exploring a range of styles "from based to metal to reggae to hyphy to boom bap". "Noah23 x Blown" and the "Blood" EP were released on Nashville-based label Candy Drips. On May 23, 2015, Noah23 released his first double-album, titled "Peacock Angel". As of October 2015, he is recording a new solo album titled "Aquarian Alien", after which he will record a fifth collaboration with Crunk Chris, under their CRUNK23 moniker, for release in 2016.