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Thao and the Get Down Stay Down 11.21.09

November 22, 2009

Saw Thao & the Get Down Stay Down live in concert for the third time at the Independent… Amazing show and right up close!

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R.I.P. Six Feet Under: A Musical Tribute

January 18, 2009

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The Organized Confusion Playlist Episode #3

This podcast is a musical tribute to a sadly departed but brilliant HBO original series, SIX FEET UNDER. A groundbreaking show about the Fishers, a family of funeral directors that confront and contemplate life and death. The soundtrack to the show became a vehicle for many independent musicians through the musical taste of family’s youngest, Claire: a precocious art major just trying to find her way – as we all do.

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Asia meets Organized Confusion

October 4, 2008

The Organized Confusion Playlist Episode #2

This podcast was inspired by the 2008 Beijing Olympic Ceremonies, directed by Zhang Yimou, as well as the completion of the animated series, Nickelodeon’s Avatar the Last Airbender. It features score tracks from several of Yimou’s films as well as clips from Avatar.

For more information on the amazing music of Avatar, please visit The Track Team on Myspace and sign the petition for an official soundtrack release! Personally, I think each Season deserves its own disc, but I would settle for a 30+ track including the trailer music!

Thanks for listening!

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We suggest you let us win…

August 20, 2008

The Olympic Theme Song… courtesy of black20.com

There are no words. LOL

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Just Some Awesome Animation…

August 10, 2008

From the Animation Show 3: Georges Schwizgebel – L’homme sans ombre (The Man with No Shadow)

Read the full ORGCONFUZ Animation Show review of this year’s Animation Show!

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Just An Awesome Music Video

August 7, 2008

Coparck – A Good Year for Robots

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Memories of Tori & Zooey…

August 6, 2008

Recently on Myspace, there was a featured video for Tori Amos’ latest project, Comic Book Tattoo. An interesting interview where Tori discusses her experience in the music industry, her long-time creative friendship with Neil Gaiman (of the Sandman comic series) and the overall collaboration of artists. Those who know me know that I used to be an avid Tori fan back in the day, but like a long distance old friend, I lost touch with her music somewhere around The BeeKeeper album… A creative new endeavor from a brilliant and eclectic artist such as Tori Amos proves not only topical (i.e. the comic uprising in Hollywood covered in the latest Dark Knight review), but inspirational as well! 🙂 Read the rest of this entry »