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A musical interlude
Tiny Telephone Oakland by John Vanderslice
It's our final edition of Projects We Love for 2017, and we're going out on a musical note. From a sci-fi opera to a digital companion for guitarists, these four projects foster deeply immersive sonic experiences.

See you again in 2018.
The Sound Reactive LED Mask
By Outline Montréal
Masquerade as a jaguar, fox, or robot when you wear this electro-luminescent mask. Using phosphorus ink and a lithium modulator, it transcribes the sounds around you into a series of rhythmic illuminations — i.e. it flashes to the beat of your favorite song.
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By OneManBand
This "digital backup band" adjusts to your guitar-playing to accompany you in real time — and can transform your guitar into an organ, harp, accordion, or synth.
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Parable of the Sower, the Opera
By Toshi Reagon
Based on Octavia E. Butler's 1993 novel of the same name, this interpretation of Parable of the Sower combines opera, science fiction, African-American art, and feminism into a powerful participatory performance.
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King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard's Polygondwanaland
By Aural Pleasure Records
Team up with avowed audiophile David Wolfson to press the Australian psych-prog band's 2017 LP, Polygondwanaland, on vinyl — and help create a new independent record label in the process.
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Projects We Loved
As 2017 draws to a close, we're taking a look back at some of the Kickstarter-funded creations that entered the world this year. From massive public art projects to indie print magazines to award-winning films, see what the Kickstarter community helped bring to life in 2017.
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"There's always a way to do it. You don't need resources, you don't need money, you don't need publicity photos. You just need to have an idea that's strong enough, that you feel strongly enough about, that you will go against everybody else to say it or do it."
— Genesis P-Orridge in The Creative Independent, a growing resource for creative people.
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