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Now that’s what I call MIDI!

Submitted by on December 22, 2010 – 9:04 pm No Comment

Internet Archaeology is an organization that “seeks to explore, recover, archive and showcase the graphic artifacts found within earlier Internet Culture.”

Basically, they want to save early internet content to acknowledge its importance, and save the “beginnings and birth of internet culture.” They’ve done a lot of work, including archiving and presenting GeoCities content.

What they are working on now is a full length EP containing 16 songs from the late 90’s (Nirvana, Ace of Base, Eminem, Jay-Z, etc), all converted from MIDI format into the “plush sound of vinyl”. The project will be limited to 500 copies, and they are trying to fund the project via Kickstarter. They need to raise $2,500 by Sunday January 9th 2011 – and they are almost there ($1,662 at the time of this writing).

You can fund this project (and pre-order your copy of the record) right here.

Here’s the promo video:

Hilarious. I officially approve.

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