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Torture performance

Just providing the vibe ain’t enough for some people, they just gotta get down on the floor and show us how its really done. James Powderly ( GRL, FFFFFat lab) starts his 24hr Torture classics demonstration today! Don’t miss it you will find him here.

http://livestre.am/j70o

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Open source Torture

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/14084957]

Friends of The dotmasters, Ubermorgen and James Powderly release this must have collection of USA torture classics straight from the forgotten holes where they keep all the forgotten victims.

TIME LIFE announces the release of the TORTURE CLASSICS COLLECTION. Torture Music is the kind of music that’s perfect for sitting in the Afghan or Iraqi Desert, sharing a prisoner for a night, or relaxing in a military barack or a CIA black site in some godforsaken country on a lazy afternoon. It’s music that just makes you feel free and drives others crazy. But, the artists included in the TORTURE CLASSICS COLLECTION have taken the Torture Music sound and given it a psychotic and everlasting quality. This Torture Music compilation includes 60 songs, tons of images, uncensored videos, pdfs and extra bonus material. The Ultiimate Collection DOWNLOAD-DVD inlcudes both The White Site Album and The Black Site Album.

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Coolhunter

Casa Son Vida pics from coolhunter shots of Dotmasters on the house.

check the Ali Gym shot in the distance

more here of course

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Random Weekend

It was a whistle stop tour of East and West Sussex this weekend. Ted and Claire’s in Haywards Heath, for a messed up night in the nicest tent i have ever not stayed in, then Poynings for a visit to Grange farm, fun wasps and a swiming pool and then onto Sam Haggerty’s pikey camp for a celebration of final planning permission on the workshops in the wood. Allot of different places and people with one mission, to stay up all night and talk nonsense (check the photo for confirmation of it)

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Ubu web

Saw this site ages ago and loved it! Followed a link to it today, to find it had quadrupled in size. A great resource for all those weird avant guarde films you can never find. There are hundreds of films in this archive they range from  Not I by S. Beckett which is absolutely terrifying, to Fat Boy Slim’s  weapon of choice which is frankly silly. Well worth a visit, Ubu Web

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Rubiks Cube Birthday

Its 30 years of the Rubiks cube! To celebrate this fact the Dotmasters bring you its evolution, the digitally improved and encoded QRubicks cube. It’s a classic with a twist, at the height of the cube craze it was estimated that 1/5 of the world owned one.

If you missed your chance in our previous completion to win one of these devilishly hard QRubiks cubes. Now’s your chance to buy one! As they were so popular we’ve decided to issue a second edition , limited to fifty there is a different hidden message concealed with in QR graphic on this unique version of the Rubiks cube.

All cubes come with a certificate of authentication stating the edition number, To buy one for only £18 click here

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Zadok & I

Found some stuff Zadok and i did earlier this year that never saw the light of day. It was fun to work with one of the finest drawing machines i have ever met perhaps there will be more to come later this year….who knows? You can check out his stuff at Plastic Bones . Those of you who were paying attention to last Saturdays episode of Sherlock Holmes you may of noticed that he was responsible for allot of the graffiti in that episode. Anyhow here’s a couple of stencils I cut from the Z’s sketch’s.

The one below is sprayed on some mulberry paper that a friend brought me back from Bhutan.

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Camel Balls

Apparently they are extra sour….Bubble gum of course!

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Lost in translation

So to return to the previous blog entry of Ill communication. Here’s the final image of a recent commission for Japan, the guy buying it saw a similarity to the work of a Japanese woodcut master Kitagawa Utamaro. High praise indeed. So with a series of misunderstood emails later, 3 canvases and a few days the finished image is completed.