Join my netlabel Vulpiano Records on July 14th as a participating netlabel for Netlabel Day. For listeners, there will be exclusive releases from previous and new artists. For artists, you are welcome to submit details and sample tracks for a release planned for this day. Single tracks will be included on a compilation and any other type (single with b-side, EP, LP) can be put out as a stand-alone release on this day.
The only requirement for participation is that the release be a digital exclusive licensed with Creative Commons. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or submit music through the Vulpiano Soundcloud Dropbox. Many submissions are received regularly and submission is not a guarantee of inclusion. Please specify whether you would like to appear on the compilation with a single track or have a separate release planned.
On July 14, every single netlabel around the world is invited to join us in the Netlabel Day, and you can be part of this.A netlabel works on the Internet to let you know about the best independent music, and for supporting independent musicians from all over the world… So it is time to celebrate it! We are gonna release free and independent music in high quality format, thanks to our participating labels from all around the world.It doesn’t matter if you like rock, electronic, noise or whatever. All styles are invited and every netlabel too. Would you be part of the Netlabel Day? Wait for us until July 14, which is the day when we will release all our music! By now, you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Netlabel Day is an initiative by the Chilean netlabel, M.I.S.T. Records.
Vulpiano Records was launched in November 2009 by synth musician Marilyn Roxie, formed initially as a place to house great unsigned and independent artists they had come in contact with through music blogging and late nights on Last.fm. The concept behind Vulpiano is simple: to offer quality free music with a specialty in ambient, electronic, and acoustic. All artists are linked by their spirit of independence and experimentation. We hope you enjoy and share the music. Are you a music blogger, podcaster, or film-maker looking to feature a Vulpiano track in your content non-commercially? You can utilize any of the tracks in the Vulpiano library free for streaming or download as long as you credit the artist.
Next week on Friday, January 15th I will be co-presenting SF Sketchfest’s Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction event at Brava Theater on behalf of Good Vibrations! Given that, for better or worse, I received my initial sex education from anime slash and British rock band fan fics, it is clear that everything has truly come full circle. Get your tickets here: http://sched.co/4jBf
Bryan Cook hosts the live show and podcast that holds the esteemed honor of being the internet’s #1 most trusted source for Muppet boners and horny loners. Comedians compete writing and performing Erotic Fan Fiction pieces, based upon their whims or audience suggestion.
Rolling Stone listed the show as one of its “Best Comedy Podcasts Right Now,” calling it “foul, outrageous… and compelling” with jokes that “transcend porn mechanics to become a titillating delight.”
Come see why Laughspin.Com said CEFF “might be one of my favorite comedy shows I’ve ever taken in. Period.” $25,18+
The premiere for my music video collage for Neurotic Wreck – “Funeral of Roses” (my partner Dan Wreck’s solo project) will be at Artists’ Television Access on December 18th, 2015. All material in the piece is screengrabbed or shot by Dan or myself or is sourced from Creative Commons or Public Domain works.
Intimate Strange 2.0
Friday, December 18, 2015, 8:00 pm, $5
Artists’ Television Access
992 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110
Please join us for Paula Levine’s digital video class finals.
Scientific American – What is the Sex of 17?: New research suggests that our tendency to see gender everywhere even applies to abstract ideas such as numbers. Across cultures, people see odd numbers as male and even numbers as female.
TV Tropes – Zeerust: Something — a character design, a building, whatever — used to be someone’s idea of futuristic. Nowadays, though, it ironically has a quaint sort of datedness to it more reminiscent of the era the work came from.
The Uses of Literacy by Jeremy Deller: Deller advertised in the music paper Melody Maker for material from fans of the Welsh band The Manic Street Preachers. The work consists of an informal ‘display’ of paintings, collages, drawings, books, poetry and ephemera donated by the fans.
Castle thunder (sound effect): Castle thunder is a sound effect that consists of the sound of a loud thunderclap during a rainstorm. It was originally recorded for the 1931 film Frankenstein, and has since been used in dozens of films, television programs, and commercials.
Chaos Matrix: This wonderful resource on chaos magick is back online at last.
craigslistmirrors: I search craigslist for photos of mirrors for sale and post them here.
Marilyn Roxie writes about non-binary gender identities and releases Creative Commons works on netlabel Vulpiano Records . Digital Media and Emerging Technologies major and Sexuality Studies minor at San Francisco State University. Roxie has worked for the Center for Sex and Culture, Good Vibrations, San Francisco Sex Information, and [SSEX BBOX].
Want to work with me on a project? Contact marilynroxie [at] gmail [dot] com