Devil's Circuit (1988) is an artistic short film by Takashi Ito. If flashing lights are harmful to you, then don't watch it. The images of the city have a sublime blue tint to them. This film accomplishes a lot by simply featuring flashing imagery of a cityscape, and great music. I could keep this on my TV in the background all day, and I wouldn't get tired of it. This video has such a great mood, I want to jump into it.
According to Utravillage ("A guide to underground ambient, minimal, progressive electronic, and new age releases from approximately 1975 to 1995, covering primarily vinyl and cassette releases from the U.S. scene.") Quark Pair was a "precocious duo of Gen X teenagers who met at Stuyvesant high school in New York." They made 500 copies of Relativity,… READ THE REST
This TV spot for Pole Position, a racing car game for the Atari 2600, is pure genius. It starts with a disembodied voice-of-god screaming "HEY!!!" at a mild-mannered family in a car driving down a suburban street. "Yes?" says the driver, a man with large-framed eyeglasses, a yellow vest, blue shirt, and green bow-tie. His… READ THE REST
80snewsscreens is a fantastic Instagram feed featuring screengrabs from 1980s TV news segments, promos, and on-the-street interviews with excellent "lower thirds," the text or graphics added to the bottom of the video. (Don't miss the sister feed either: 90snewsscreens.) READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Working out is one of the best ways to regulate your mood and keep your body healthy. However, especially as you up the intensity of your workout, you'll notice that your… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. If you're an adventurous type and constantly find yourself in the middle of nature, then you're no stranger to the trials of packing gear for your excursions. The hardest part can be… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. With the ongoing pandemic, working from home and at home workouts have become the new norm in our lives. What better way to unwind and escape everyday stress than with access… READ THE REST