About this project
Internet Archaeology (http://internetarchaeology.org) seeks to explore, recover, archive and showcase the graphic artifacts found within earlier Internet Culture. Established in 2009, the chief purpose of Internet Archaeology is to preserve these artifacts and acknowledge their importance in understanding the beginnings and birth of an Internet Culture. Internet Archaeology's work includes archiving and presenting GeoCities content, operating a blog with its 15 active contributors (http://internetarchaeology.tumblr.com) and most recently, a gallery presentation in Bucharest, Romania of our findings (http://bit.ly/eeaztU).
Now That's What I Call MIDI will be a full length EP containing 16 of your favorite Jamz from yesteryear (the late 90s) converted from MIDI format onto the plush sound of vinyl! We are looking to press 500 records, no more, no less. Each record is a limited edition and will be your chance to own a piece of history! Records will be 12' black vinyl in full color printed jacket.
COVER ART by Tabor Robak (http://www.taborrobak.com/)
PROMO VIDEO by Pixelfucks Worldwide™(http://pixelfucks.com/)
Internet Archaeology's active members include Ryder Ripps (NYC), Jacob Broms Engblom (Stockholm), Fixoid (Dublin), Stefan Moore (NYC), Matei Samihaian (Bukarest, RO), Silvia Saitoc (Bukarest, RO), Jude MC (Chicago), Jeronimo Jimenez (DF, Mexico), Jeanette Hayes (NYC), Hector Llanquin (Santiago, Chille, Arran Ridley (London), Alli Crawford (Cape Town), Scott Ostler (NYC), Kacie Kim (Seattle)
Be sure to check out Internet Archaeology's MIDI archive located at http://midi.internetarchaeology.org!
Post your own GIF findings and MIDI in the Internet Archaeology chat on dump.fm located at http://internetarchaeology.dump.fm!
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