Crowdsourcing culture is a nascent trend touching music and movies. IN B FLAT is music from the people for the people that you can adjust, mix to your tastes, but it's all in the same, somewhat mysterious key. Apparently B flat has a weird effect on alligators if you believe this NPR story.
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SLOW DRAMATIC CLAP is just that: a rousing, crowdsourced hand salute from people all over the web as cut to cheesy, dramatic epic music by Mary Matthews.
Congrats to Canadian-born France-based musician/producer Gonzales (Feist, Peaches) for breaking the longest solo concert record this weekend in Paris as seen on USTREAM (highlights here). He played 300 songs over 27 hours, three minutes and 44 seconds.
GRASS ROOTS is a very promising web series about gubernatorial campaign workers. Think "The Office" on politics. The humor is some of the sharpest I've seen in a webclusive show.
PETER ARTHUR STORIES is not as good as Grass Roots but worth checking out. It's about a guy who drops out of a job interview to search all over Pennsylvania for a waitress who once served him Shoo Fly pie. The catch is that this is a promotion for the state of Pennsylvania but in narrative form. An interesting format that could work well in Canada for any of the provinces.