Rough Trade Digital is the fruit of a new venture between Bleep.com and Rough Trade.
We haven't been involved in this project but you may feel our presence as the underlying code was based on our award-winning work for Bleep.com
(relayed through gritted teeth).
A nice little site for Trad-Folk bad-ass Martin Simpson.
Bro Kiosk brung the browns & beiges.
Everyone Forever is a new blog thing from Universal Everything with a diverse range of edgy contributors. We built it.
Almighty gets a bit of a nip & tuck both cosmetically and technically.
Bleep.com wins a DMA
So it's two years late, but Bleep.com won the award for Best Online Store at last night's Digital Music Awards.
Speedway King 2.0
I just finished the site for my fellow Belgian rockers Speedway King!
Taschen: Music Sites
Our work for Kasabian, Bleep, Sony BMG, Columbia, TCTC, Peacefrog and Warp Records is featured in Taschen's new book, Web Design: Music Sites!
Another year, another set of Digital Music Award nominations.
This year we have been shortlisted for:
Best Rock Act for kasabian.co.uk
Best Electronic Artist/DJ for coldcut.net
Best Music Store for bleep.com
Best Music Community for the Ninja Tune Forum
RCA - only more so
A new site for RCA/Sony's urban division, So-Urban.
Kleber: the name you trust!
We offer some insight on branding your own company in Computer Arts Projects 87. Go get your copy!
An airy new style for just music.
Double Neck Standards
In a non-www-related incident, I'm interviewed in the current issue of Rock-A-Rolla magazine, talking about Slomo and other music + stuff.
A new Kasabian site, for a new Kasabian album.
After 3 years (to the day), I have finally overhauled helloMuller; and while I was at it released something new over at ximeralabs.
4 out of 50
Over the weekend, The Telegraph published a list of the top 50 music websites. We managed to get four entries in the list.
Another addition to the ever growing family that is SonyBMG:
RCA Label Group UK
roybailey.net, in collaboration with Kiosk
I want to be a superhero
Muller shares his secret ambitions in Viewpoint in this month's Grafik magazine (no. 139).
Ater last year's ltd. release on Fuck Off & Di, the Slomo album 'The Creep' has recently been re-issued on Important Records. It's available now from soundsofslomo.com
"if the doom metal of Khanate is the ideal soundtrack to the 21st century odinists' hanging upon the tree of yggdrasil, then the vegetal music of slomo is the unfolding, nurturing, ever-becoming ur-ooze that titanically irrigates the roots of that sacred tree. slomo restores our timeless beginnings and fulfils the ginnungagap... motherfuckers."
"...seeps into your subconscious, where it flutters like a trapped and burning moth at the back of your brain. ghostly sounding and ominously rumbling with atmospheric threat, 'the creep' is an undeniably effective chunk of subterranean echo, whose quaking aftershock could cause sleepless nights."
"... a masterclass in artistic reduction ... the entire one hour of the album (one track no less...) is taken up by pulsating bass drones, occasional clattering sounds, haunting high pitched wails and seismic disturbances. this is a genuinely masterful recording, and a dark delight for anyone enjoying the wonders of doom at the moment."
"uneasy, brooding, and honestly unsettling, this disc slowly works its way out of the speakers and into the psyche. ingrained, it's impossible to put it down, lock it away, carry it to the street with the beer and scotch bottles to be recycled. inactivated, it defiantly surfaces in the cat's purr, the volk's engine knocks, a fritzing hard drive."
"a completely culty piece of oozing metastain."
We are currently looking for talented flash developers to collaborate on forthcoming projects.
You need to be versed in Action scripting, loading and sending XML, OOP and all things flash 8 to assist in building dynamic web applications. Self motivation, organisation, and an eye for the tiniest detail are required, as you will be expected to work remotely and to strict deadlines.
Please note this is not a full time position, rather an opportunity for freelancers to work with us on a project by project basis.
Please email your CV and example of previous work to email@example.com
Bleep.com makes it to 21st place in The Observer Music Monthly list of the 25 essential music websites.
If only Bleep sold Coldplay records...
A site for the all-new Columbia UK label, hewn out of the living rock (& pop) of Sony BMG
An outrageously addictive Flash promo game for the new Nightmares On Wax album, based on an old favourite. Flashery was once more handled by the DOMH-inator.
Small site built by us (employing the flashwerk of our Barcelona Satellite), designed by TDR for McKevitt+Kenwood PR
Another in our long line of Ninja Tune artist sites, this time for newly reinvented Fink.
We've finally added an RSS feed to this site. It's over here
Bleep.com at the Music Week Awards
has been was shortlisted as 'Best Digital Music Store' at tonights last nights, Music Week Awards - Its It was up against some heavy weight competition and strangly, Amazon, who don't actually have a digital download service yet.
But as you would expect iTunes won.