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Fuzz: The Sound That Changed the World

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By The History of Apple Pie in Video on Friday 7 December 2012

Fuzz: The Sound That Changed The World is a really nerdy ninety minute documentary filled with interviews with various pedal builders and musicians along with a little bit of fuzz history and should be watched by anyone remotely interested in effects. It just makes you just want to build everything for yourself. One of the […]

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The world of video game cross-stitching

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By The History of Apple Pie in New Art on Friday 23 November 2012

In 2011, I was sucked into the world of video game cross stitching thanks to a little website and community of 8-bit craftsters called SpriteStitch. Seeing people turn entire montages of the 150 First Generation Pokemon into stitch-for-pixel coasters and fridge magnets blew my mind. Months of hermitting, several blisters and 54,000 stitches later, my […]

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New work by Japanese artist HASE

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By The History of Apple Pie in New Art on Friday 23 November 2012

I’m really into this Japanese artist called HASE, who I discovered doing live street art in London. I bought some prints there and then, and she has subsequently done some artwork for my other band.

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Add N to (x): music by Buckminster Fuller

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By The History of Apple Pie in New Music on Thursday 22 November 2012

Add N to (x) – Avant Hard. This record is kind of like if punk was made with synths, except it doesn’t really sound like punk. All of their records are great, but this one just totally kills it. It’s worth checking out their video for Plug Me In, as well – it’s pretty much the definition of NSFW [watch below]. They split up about 10 years ago and I feel like they left a big gap in music that has yet to be filled.

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