Monthly Archives: February 2011

KING – The Story (video)

Holy crap, for quite some time I have been wondering who was going to fill my need for some *“true evolution of soul with the right hint of electro, pop & jazz” that straight takes you to another planet! I got the drop from DJ […]

Old Men Lightsaber Duel (Return Of The Geriatric)

This is about as good as an old man fight can get, pure rage and several Lightsabers. I seriously have not laughed this hard all alone in a hot minute. It seems the video is only a couple days old and is well on its […]

Kanye West: All of the Lights

The video for Kanye West’s single ‘All of the Lights’ dropped this weekend and it is dominated by flahsing full-screen text that can only be compared to the credits sequence for Gaspar Noe‘s Enter the Void. (Designed by Tom Kan and Thorsten Fleisch) Is it […]

Tour of Just Blaze’s Stadium Red Studio

There is really nothing better than watching someone who is clearly a PRO at what they do, talk shop and show you their toys and tools. Also Just Blaze has a flux capacitor, damn I want one! Big Ups to Al Lindstrom. – Omar

New York Fashion Week Men’s Collection

2011 New York Fashion Week ended and we Pick our Top 5 Men’s Designers.     Y-3 Y-3 presented a collection showing off designer Yohji Yamamoto’s deconstruction skills mixed with the tech-y and sporty vibe that is the backbone of the brand. In heavy wool […]

Yuna NY Debut @ Murcury Lounge

I was invited to check out the first performance in NYC from a girl named Yuna. She is Malaysian and recently signed to the Fader music label. I came in thinking that I may not even wind up doing the post on her, I wasn’t […]


Michael Fitzpatrick is channeling his inner David Bowie- tall in stature, commanding stage presence and melodic vocals; with a modern sensibility, chunky baselines and energetic hand clapping soul, Fitz & the Tantrums may be your new favorite band. Initially formed as a neo-soul solo project, […]

Brooklyn Flower 7″

Damu Is no stranger to S&D..the creator of stylish and classic hip hop music. This evening he has 30 individually numbered white vinyls copies of “Brooklyn Flower” for sale: “This is a limited offer to purchase this exclusive release. Only ONE copy per order/customer is […]

Terry Richardson & Lady Gaga for Supreme

For over 16 years, Supreme has worked with some of this generation’s most cutting edge artists, designers, musicians, and photographers, who, to each his/her own have contributed in defining the unique identity and attitude of Supreme. At its core, Supreme is the home of New […]

Retro Loves : THE BOOMBOX

Who’s got their oldschool boombox still? YEA! I was too young to be able to get an official oldschool boombox, but I still had one, and just like every other one it still needed tons of D batteries, and it had two tape decks with […]

Dyme Def – Time Flies (prod. By Bean One)

Dyme Def have been doing their thing for a while now, I am glad to see they are back at it! Since this song is about reminiscing about good times, let me do some of my own. I was supposed to go to one of […]

The Legendary: A Film About The Roots

Cam Be (director/editor) and Jeff Baraka (Interviewer/co-producer) accompanied The Roots for a few stops on last year’s Hennessy Artistry tour, and got some awesome footage. Cam Be describes his work: “In this film I wanted to not only highlight the versatility of a group that […]

Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked

Dropped this week. MC Malice aka Gene Elliott Thornton, Jr of The Clipse has written a memoir called Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind, and Naked. The book deals with Malice’s religious awakening. Read the excerpt below from Malice himself. I don’t really know what to say […]

Lakim Bryant..?!

[audio:|titles=Coolems (Oh My)][audio:|titles=The Terror (-ist)][audio:|titles=Paint A Portrait (Vivid)]So..maybe it’s just me, but has anyone heard of Lakim Bryant? I discovered Lakim Allah Shewan on my daily stumble through SoundCloud; his music is new, fresh and inspired. Each track is a cosmic journey of sorts, weaving […]

Who is Esperanza Spalding

After surprising many at the 2011 Grammy Awards, Best New Artist Grammy award winner Esperanza Spalding is not new to the music scene. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, she tought herself how to play the violin by the age of 5. She also played […]

Composition of Mammals

Talented artist Wataru Yoshida‘s series of illustrations investigates the anatomy and composition of human and mammalian. These illustrations show the complexity and the intricacy of the structure and form of the internal infrastructure in an elegant, yet simple fashion. -johnny o.