The Science Ficition Albums Covers of Dan McPharlin

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Australian science-fiction and otherworldly album cover maker Dan McPharlin has been on our radar for quite some time, mainly because he takes musicians like Prefuse73 and makes their covers feel exactly like their music should be visualized. If we are going to be going 70 years into the future with the sounds, let’s get the artwork right. (via juxtapoz)

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The Science behind why music moves us

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The New York Times Science section has an interested article today titled ‘To Tug Hearts, Music First Must Tickle the Neurons’. Worth reading at least for the Paul Simon intro and the likened to to tasting two different pots de crème: “One has allspice and ginger and the other has vanilla. You know they taste different but you can’t isolate the ingredient.”

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Michel Gondry’s “The Green Hornet” trailer

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After making nice, slightly experimental small budget films like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Be Kind Rewind, and Science of Sleep, let’s see how Michel Gondry does with a $100m budget and a Seth Rogen script with The Green Hornet, coming out January 2011.

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