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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Ordering Weird Shit From Musicians

My long-time followers will know that I'm a huge fan of nerdcore rapper MC Lars. I met him last summer, he's a super nice guy and puts on a fantastic show. In his online store he sells robot flash drives for $50.



They have everything he had released up to then on them

And I mean everything.

And so... who do you think bought one of these?

You get three guesses.

A couple of days ago you might remember me bitching about electronic music genres and posting a song from a guy called ScreamerClauz. Yes, ScreamerClauz.

ScreamerClauz

I was prowling his website last night and I discovered that he had released a special edition of his album Ritual Abuse. The album came with a disc that he had drawn on himself, a 32 page hand made book that he had pieced together himself by scanning his old journals and cutting apart religious pamphlets. Because of the process he uses to make them the physical copies of the album are limited to 100 copies. They're painted to look like his mask, up there.

At $13 I couldn't afford to not buy one!

17 comments:

  1. aarrr ! blood !!! :D nice man !

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  2. That's a really cool thing to do, the book is neat!

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  3. That's great. It's supporting artists, it's what keeps music alive!

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  4. ScreamerClauz looks terrifying, in the coolest way possible.

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  5. That must be a HUGe flash drive

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  6. Sweet, it's really nice to see other formats being used to sell music.

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  7. Another artist who's changing the standard business model, awesome will be checking him out now. Love the blog mate and love you x +following

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  8. nothing like an awesome thumb drive!

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  9. Always love the creative things artists come up with and sell. Can't resist limited editions.

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  10. Cool blog! will follow you from now on :D +1

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  11. Awesome blog!It's always awesome to see how creative artists can be!

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  12. That's a very expensive flash drive.

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  13. Limited to a hundred copies? And only 13$ a piece? holy shit bro!

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