MP3 Download – Hushdrops – Hideout Chicago – Treehouse Benefit

MP3 Download – 2005 Treehouse Animal Shelter Benefit @ The Hideout, Chicago

Pet Sounds (Beach Boys Cover) [7 MB]

Little Bird [10 MB]

MP3 Download – Old Dog – Hideout Chicago – Treehouse Benefit

MP3 Download – 2005 Treehouse Animal Shelter Benefit @ The Hideout, Chicago

1977 Love 5.6 MB
Screaming ‘Till Someone Hears 6 MB
Gone Are The Days 6.1 MB

I went out to Chicago to see my good friend Oliver Davidson play for the benefit he was putting on. He was upset that he was losing his voice but as always THE SHOW MUST GO ON!

MP3 Download – Darren Spitzer – Hideout Chicago – Treehouse Benefit

MP3 Download – 2005 Treehouse Animal Shelter Benefit @ The Hideout, Chicago

Darren Spitzer of The Changes

Roxanne > There You Go > Cold Cold Heart 14 MB

Darren covers the Police, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams in one swoop.

A New Direction

Jason Roth is headed to Detroit right now. When he gets here we will be brainstorming some new ideas and talking about our goals of where to take VisualNoiz in the future.

We are working on ideas for a serial cartoon and we’ll decide what will become of our unfinished projects:

Bad Day Killed due to hard drive crash.

Winners and Losers Awaiting final edits and lots of 3D animation

Dr. Ferro and Pals – Lots of animation keyframing needed

The Next Breath Awaiting Hollywood budget or guerilla filmmaking workaround to necessary locations

Ones and Zeroes Lost steam when a pivotal location became unavailable

We have many dreams but not much free time. We have to make the most of the time we do have to spend on our side projects. Our lives and jobs are busy, but we must make time for the things we love, such as creating.

2005 will not disappoint

Costume Peeps Help Bethany!

No real VisualNoiz news right now.

We are easing out of the Winter Blahs and getting motivated for those summer months which are the best time to shoot in Michigan.

There shall be new multimedia coming soon, we’re entering social hibernation to get some stuff done.

This purpose of this message is a call out for any costume creation inclined folks that could help out the talented Bethany, who needs some interns. She’s a fabulous person and will teach you a ton in return for your help.

I throw you over to her now…
-Dan

—————– Bulletin Message —————–
From: Cyberoptix
Date: Apr 9, 2005 6:26 PM

Reply to: bethany@cyberoptix.com
Subject: (media jobs) costume design intern/assistant for feature film
IN SEARCH OF INTERN/ASSISTANT. UNPAID, (but awesome. really. for real.)

genre: sci-fi/cyberpunk DNA hacking awesomeness!
title: the gene generation – http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0438052
needs: to assist the costume designer in stitching, cutting patternmaking, bonding recyled rubber.
compensation: IMDb listing, a LOT of experience in crunch-time feature film costume design

i am doing much of the work in butyl rubber (recycled inner tube rubber). i am going to be gluing most of it and making a fabric backed “fabric” out of small lengths of it to make a larger swath.

i’m looking for an assistant/intern to do some work – unfortunately since i am hardly getting paid jack to do this, i can’t pay much if anything, i WILL be getting IMDB listing on this, it is a full feature film, if you are interested in helping out at all, my team would also get listing…i don’t know if this is important to you at all, but it kind of is for me since i am looking to go fully into movie/music video costuming and not ready-to-wear at all … so if you know anyone who would be interested in sewing/casting/playing with lots of bits of rubber and rubberized firehose…let me know. i’m sure this could apply to school credit – you WILL be learing a lot and having fun. due to the immediate crunch-time nature of this, those with some existing skills preferred. production will occur from now til the first or second week of May when i fly with the costumes to Tucson AZ where the film is being shot to do the final work on them, and hope to all heck they fit. 😉

the FX Supervisor i will be working with out west with has worked on such films as The Passion of the Christ, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Van Helsing, Blade II, A Beautiful Mind, Bulletproof Monk, and Hannibal, among others. so you will be in quite good company! although there are big names here, there is NOT big money on this film…it is destined to be a cult classic rather than a hollywood blockbuster – i wish i could do more than offer “experience” for your help…but this will be really damn cool experience. 😉

i’m also going to need someone w/ straight up sewing skills too as 4 out of 5 costumes are for men so i will need someone good with pants…

15 (5/multiples of 3) costumes in 3 weeks… 😉

anyway, please email bethany@cyberoptix.com w/ brief resume if you want to apply, i will be looking over potential people from multiple sources in the next week.

thank you,

Bethany Shorb – Cyberoptix, owner/principal designer
located in eastern market, detroit, MI