Photographer Andrew Long has self published “Flannelette Shirts & Flash-Lit Hair”, a book of B+W photos taken in 2006. This document of the life and times of South Australian youth is 56 pages, perfect bound, and printed in a run of 200.
Japanese hip-hop is way too deep for us to front like we know that much about it. But we did like the cover art of this new Gagle CD (designed by Ques) which got us to listen to their music; a blend of soul, hiphop and broken beat. Recommended.
Dimepiece clothing is one of the hottest girls streetwear brands out there. Their much anticipated mixtape is finally out. It features Kid Sister, Dj Gina Turner, DJ Rahsida, Yo Majesty, and every other dope girl DJ you can think of.
An obscure 1988 Flavor Flav reference yesterday and now a plate bearing his loony likeness? What are the chances?!? Imagine scraping your plate clean only to see handsome, roguish William Drayton looking up at you...that would make our night.
Whoa this is like some proggy but poppy, hands in the air, lead guitars soaring like birds, come down off the clouds and bring an afghan to the beach to cuddle type shit. Awesomely smiley. Go Jacksonville!
Part 4 of the "You Don't Know? You Better Axe Someone" series: Hüsker Dü purists will probably cry foul saying New Day Rising is what you want to listen to but we like the sugary hooks and cleaner production of "Could You Be The One?" off of 1986's Warehouse: Songs and Stories.
Currently in production, this documentary film by the dublab.com creative collective is an experiment in sound recycling. Secondhand Sureshots follows four amazing, LA-based beat makers (Daedelus, J-Rocc, Nobody and Ras G) on a secret mission to create new musical magic from the dusty remains of thrift store vinyl armed with only $10 and their minds.
The newest in new: Street Renegades chronicles materials and techniques reinvented by today’s urban artists. Check out the podcast to hear author Francesca Gavin talk about the history of street art and sculptural graffiti, along with comments from artists Mike Genovese and Thundercut.