Music

The Stock Audio of Adi Goldstein

Adi Goldstein is an Israeli musician, pianist, keyboardist, and composer with a lifetime of musical experience. His YouWorkforThem stock audio website home, called simply, “Adi Goldstein” includes dozens of a couple of dozen original compositions that can be purchased for use in corporate and motivational videos, as film background scores, summer audio, dance tunes or […]

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Here is an ‘interesting’ video to start your work week with. A music video directed by Blake Salzman.

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In February of 2009 we got a call from Catherine Owens, the long time super creative director for the uber-famous band U2. Catherine came across our work and knew she found the team who could help with U2’s 2009 world tour (titled 360). After a quick stint of meetings in New York, we came back to the Bangkok studio and begin work for the following two months on numerous ideas.

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U2 - We found some video!

As mentioned in a previous post, me and the crew of YouWorkForThem Bangkok recently rocked over 300 videos for U2’s new tour. Finally today, we found some evidence of our contribution on the mega-screen! Not the best quality video (earthquake cam), but at least its a start for now. We hope we they decide to […]

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U2 hires YouWorkForThem for live concert visuals...

Back in February we got a nice call from Catherine Owens, long time super creative director for the uber-famous band U2. Catherine came across our video This is Agostina and knew she found the team who could help rock some video/visuals for this years U2 360 world tour. For the past few months we went to […]

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The Beatles: Rock Band

I am not much of a rock band player, but I did recently have a little jam session when I was staying with some friends in NYC last month. Today, I stumbled across this site with this new promotion for the Beatles version of rock band coming out later this year. I have to say, this is […]

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Ted Staunton's 78 RPM Labels

A repost from Design Observer. Well worth a look. I think the non-anglo labels are the most interesting of the lot. Ted Staunton’s 78 RPM Labels

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Boom, our latest publication has finally landed! A work of art that explores the relationship between nature, motion and sound, The Interpretation takes us on a languid journey through a slowly flourishing forest. Hinting at vague memories of microbiology and rotating through a cool organic spectrum of greens, blues, browns, blacks and whites; this motion-based work will entrance […]

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