Back in July, I shared a post about the lofi edition of our July concert at the Gilmer Arts Playhouse. Today, I’m sharing the Hi-Fi edition. This is the first show we’ve produced in 4k, and the first of our playhouse shows to feature videographer Nelson Crawford (of John Thefruitman and Holders.) I think the results speak for themselves, and I’m incredibly proud to have been a part of this.
On July 22nd 2023, Analog Revolution gathered a horde of freaks, punks, anarchists, communists, witches, wizards, and emotionally stunted weirdos, and our little impromptu band of misfits descended on the usually respectable Gilmer Arts Playhouse in Ellijay, Georgia.
This is the blueprint for a revolution in the creation and distribution of media. We will discuss how and why to produce your own television using free tools, and explore how to use Community Television as an instrument for social change.
Alright, time to talk about a thing from 80-ish years ago.
I got a book in the mail yesterday that is just the weirdest little cultural artifact from the late 30s and I want to talk about it for a second, but before I do, I have to talk about George Burns and Gracie Allen.