Monday, 7 July 2008

iLog: Electronica Extraordinaire

What could be more interesting than a shapely wooden box which creates and records samples of glitch electronica, noise, and the "sound" of light?

Devised and created by three Manchester artists, Simon Blackmore, Antony Hall and Steve Symons, the iLogs allow you not only to listen to music, but to create experimental electronic compositions.

They come fashioned out of mulberry, yew tree or laburnam wood, and to show the boys have a sense of humour, they've called them The iLog Rustle.

They'll be available from Christmas 08, and are potentially the most interesting present you could possibly give.

Make the world a more exciting place and buy one for yourself, an electronica-obsessed friend or wood-fancying hippy!

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