April 2010 Blog Posts (6)

WoTI! Records

WoTI! Records is a record label set up to facilitate the release of WoTI inspired music projects. We will release music under sub-label imprints branded to suit the respective projects.


WoTI! Records is in the process of completing PPL registration.


Release Schedule 2010-11


Imprint tbc...


Album: 'High On Hope' - Various…
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Added by WoTi Admin on April 19, 2010 at 21:29 — 2 Comments

Michael Eavis Mask


Michael Eavis mask. Non profit all donations go to the festivals charity's. I would find it so funny to see thousands of these at the festival.

Added by DJ bongo on April 16, 2010 at 19:27 — 5 Comments

Music production for film or installation

Hi guys, I'm a music producer, experienced keyboardist and sometime guitarist. I've just uploaded my latest offering to the WoTI music player - have a listen. ('Ghost Shapes' by Big Wheel).



I'm offering instrumental music for film or installation, bespoke, if anyone is interested. Theme or incidental. I have other examples of production work available on request, can work to brief and deadline, and generally produce to a high standard. Rates are negotiable.



I am also looking… Continue

Added by Davos on April 15, 2010 at 23:08 — 4 Comments

True Democracy in 2010

Should the People’s Administration win the UK General Election 2010, a new administration will be formed instead of a new government. All current party manifestos will be merged into an on-line database and the people will become the decision-makers regarding all policy implementation via a national on-line voting system. Majority-voted policy will then be implemented by a reformed Parliament and the existing parties under the People's Administration,… Continue

Added by People's Administration on April 14, 2010 at 13:10 — 9 Comments

TILT - brand new pop up exhibition in London

DESCRIPTION: Pop Up Arts Exhibition in London
STATUS: Planning Tilt Part 2



Tilt is a brand new pop up exhibition here in London. Tilt is a platform which showcases artists of mixed media in a collective space. Supported by the ICA Tilt Part 1 was a huge success which attracted over 300 people to the private launch in a warehouse…
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Added by Tracie Storey on April 13, 2010 at 23:00 — 2 Comments

High On Hope - Feature length documentary

I have made a documentary about the early days of acid house, more specifically the Blackburn warehouse parties of 1989 - 91. I wanted to make a film that summed up the spirit and ethos of acid house and i thought, through the prism of my own experience, that these parties were the best vehicle to tell the story.



This film has been 10 years in the making. When i started i didn't have a clue. Mid way through i got in to film school and learned how to do things 'properly'. I tried…

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Added by Piers Sanderson on April 13, 2010 at 17:00 — 11 Comments

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I set up Who'd of Thought It in 2010, as a blog and place to share and develop ideas. 

It evolved into a small community and forum to post thoughts and canvass feedback, with me entertaining the notion of perhaps collaborating on and publishing some of the content to a wider audience. After gathering some initial traction (there are some novel concepts in the archive) other ventures took precedence.

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Enjoy! Chris Thompson

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