At the Independent Filmmaker Project's recent film-week event, most people screened, well, films. Alex Steyermark and Lavinia Jones Wright chose not to. Instead, they cut a live record on a 1930's Presto direct-to-disc recorder, giving the audience at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center a chance to experience field recording firsthand. Timothy Mislock of blogosphere darlings the Antlers preformed a rendition of "Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down," while a device from 80 years ago etched his voice onto a lacquer disc with a ruby-tipped stylus. They then played back the 78-rpm... More >>>