Posted by Martin Poulter on 12 December 2010
The audio file you can listen to below is my attempt to undermine the traditional associations of Christmas music; both spiritual and corporate. My instructions from the Bristol Feral Choir were to “destroy” a Christmas song. In the first verse, I’m just dicking about, but after that I try to use the sonic effects to make a musical piece that’s radically different from the source material.
I use three sources: the Christmas carol “Once in Royal David’s City”, a Coca-Cola advert and an Osmonds Christmas special. All the sounds in the track come from processing and mutating this audio.
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Posted by Martin Poulter on 3 December 2008
A sweet love song from YouTube star Jon Lajoie (Very Rude Language Warning):
Also check out rap parody “Show Me Your Genitals” and Conchords-esque “I Come Too Fast”.
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Posted by Martin Poulter on 3 June 2005
At last, as promised, here are the lyrics as well as the MP3 for this SubGenius-inspired song that I premiered at the ILRT Art Show earlier this year.
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