Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Less You Know, the Better

DJ Shadow recently dropped his latest album title “The Less You Know, the Better” on Verve Records. His fourth studio album, DJ Shadow combines samples, beats, musical instruments spanning many different genres. Contributions to the album came from a wide range of artists including Talib […]

Attention LA Shoppers!

The American Apparel Factory Flea Market is going on now through October 31st in downtown Los Angeles. My girlfriend and I checked it out yesterday and I deemed it “my Disneyland.” Their sale prices are mad craze; I bought 4 items for under 60 buckaroos. […]

Zee Avi

Recently I had the pleasure of watching Zee Avi live @ The Crocodile. She is a Malaysian singer-songwriter, guitarist, ukulele player and currently on tour to promote her latest album, “Ghostbird” on Monotone Records. It’s been 2 years since the release of her self-titled debut […]

Terry Richardson’s Diary

Ohaiii lovely people. I know I’ve been a little M.I.A., and I apologize. You can blame school for that one. When I actually have time to take a breather, I (just like the rest of the s&d fam), like to engross myself in the captivating […]

Supply&Demand x DJ Eric One

It’s time for another installment of our Supply&Demand Mixtape Sessions!!! Let me introduce you to our latest DJ, a selector with over a decade behind the decks playing for countless crowds, DJ Eric “Eric One” Collado expresses musical energy and creativity through his eclectic dj […]

New Sounds Live – Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra x Mos Def + many others!

Last night I hit up the World Financial Center Winter Garden, it was the first performance of the season for the Brooklyn Philharmonic. With Mos Def headlining the event, there seemed to be a definite emphasis on really reppin for BK. Among other talents present […]

How Do You Do

Mayer Hawthorne just released his sophomore album, How Do You Do on iTunes! This time around, Mayers’s got a special guest on one of his tracks, a duet with Snoop Dog! I cannot get enough of this song!!! Peep it below: [Audio clip: view full […]

One Day It’ll All Make Sense

I recently had the opportunity to pick up Common’s memoir and it is intriguing. Common has earned a reputation in the hip hop world as a conscious artist by embracing themes of love and struggle in his songs, and by sharing his own search for […]