Submitted by icklekitty on Sun, 03/04/2012 - 10:55
Even though Nine Inch Nails has been dormant for the past couple of years, their fanbase is still producing top-quality media to share with their peers. This week, ZootZap surprised the community with a high quality edit of Nine Inch Nails's final live show at the Wiltern Theatre in 2009.
Submitted by icklekitty on Wed, 02/09/2011 - 12:58
On 12th February at Club Fabrica in Bucharest, Romania, almost 600 people will be able to experience a high-quality Nine Inch Nails tribute concert: lights, sound, visuals and show, all combined for this unique project.
Submitted by icklekitty on Tue, 12/07/2010 - 03:51
We've had a variety of entries for taglines and logos over the past few weeks - from the stunning, to the absurd, and the downright hilarious
Thanks to your feedback in the final stages, we can now confirm that the winning design belongs to OwentheOwen, and we're putting the tagline on hold for now, as many of you said that there was no better way to say it than "This One Is On Us". We are sticking to our promise of rewarding the best entries, however, so the three most popular public-submitted entries - who will be receiving shiny AVOTT leftovers - are:
- (@Nattie_Jo) Dissolving the line between fans and artists.
- (@sara_shortcake) by the fans, for the fans
- (@amps210) film, music, art: it keeps on giving
Stay tuned for a new website and more exciting treats to come! Now back to that Dresden Dolls project....
Hopefully DNS will have sorted itself out by morning. 'til then, you can always see the branding notice here or here (depending on where the DNS) .
As we grow and embrace other bands, we need to change our image to better suit our goals and aspirations. If you're artistic or a wordsmith, you can help us to do that and maybe win a LTD EDITION boxed set of Another Version Of The Truth - the last one I have, and one of only 25 ever made!
Submitted by icklekitty on Wed, 11/03/2010 - 16:26
Artist posts on message board seeking recordings of his work, explaining that it is for charity
Fans respond with YouTube links and suggestions
Artist thanks fans, calling them "the shit".
Fan is compelled to make a promo video of recordings by other fans for artist.
The artist has inspired creativity in his fans, a charity receives free media, and the community is rewarded by the selflessness of all parties involved. Why is the industry fighting against this, again?
Submitted by ItsJustDave on Wed, 11/03/2010 - 00:02
Finally decompressed enough from my trip to NYC and back to put this brief writeup together.
We took NYC by storm on Sunday with a team of 6 of us shooting video of the Dresden Dolls for our next project. With 7 cameras rolling (3 in the photo pit, 3 in the balcony, 1 roaming) and a good shooting strategy in mind, we've acquired the footage necessary to put together a solid edit of the show.
In addition, we also broke in our newly purchased Alesis HD24 recording 20 tracks of 24-bit 48kHz audio direct from the soundboard. This will be mixed to both stereo and 5.1.