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27 Nov 2018

Bushwick Film Festival 11th Anniversary Recap

Featured On: NY1, AM New York, BKLYNR, WPIX 11, BKReader, Bushwick Daily, Sincerely Hueman, Revelist & More “The Bushwick Film Festival is working to shine a light on indie filmmakers and diversity in the film industry.” – NBC The arts haven’t always reflected NYC’s Diversity… The Bushwick Film festival makes an effort to change That”– NY1 “The event […]

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20 Nov 2018

#NewStalgia // Superior Viaduct Unearths Two Lee “Scratch” Perry & The Upsetters Albums From The ’70s

By Neil Weeks The work of Lee “Scratch” Perry and his group The Upsetters are entering the archival ranks of San Francisco based label Superior Viaduct and their new imprint Antarctica Starts Here. Double Seven (Trojan, 1973) and Scratch The Upsetter Again (Upsetter, 1970) will hit record shelves over the next month, including liners by […]

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05 Oct 2018

#Blockbuster Harmony Korine’s Art Show Is An Ode to VHS

Excerpt via ID By Arnolt Smead Oct 4 2018, 6:46am HARMONY KORINE BLOCKBUSTER September 11–October 20, 2018 976 Madison Avenue, New York Ever since he made a name for himself in the 90’s with the script for Larry Clarks “Kids,” Korine has been honing his craft as a storyteller, constructing a universe and an aesthetic distinctly […]

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10 Sep 2018

Stella McCartney Has Created the First Vegetarian Stan Smith

Excerpt via I-D As a lifelong vegetarian, Stella McCartney doesn’t use any leather or fur in her designs and has always been committed to cruelty-free fashion. This week she builds on her long-term collaboration with Adidas to reveal an ethical twist on the three-striped sportswear giants iconic tennis sneaker, the Stan Smith. Leather-free and suitable […]

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05 Sep 2018

#BurningMan Artists Impress #burningman2018

Excerpt via FastCo BY JESUS DIAZ After complex planning and frantic construction, Black Rock City is now fully armed and operational in the Nevada Desert–and even if you think the annual event is a wretched hive, the structures and installations that accompany the festival are actually worth checking out. First in line is the Orb, […]

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04 Aug 2018

Alekesam’s ‘Sound Proof Heart’ ft Hugh Masekela

Alekesam Sound Proof Heart Alpha Pup Records Release Date: August 10, 2018 By William Sheehan Presumptuously speaking, neither Sal Masekela nor Sunny Levine seem to sleep much. It wouldn’t be the strangest thing to contemplate, not quite like the arguably unusual circumstances surrounding the band’s formation. While Alekesam never needed flair to drive their point home, […]

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03 Jul 2018

Q+A: Sunny Levine // Notions – 8 New Tracks

Sunny Levine Notions AlphaPup Records By William Sheehan It’s been about a decade since the first wave of post-indie’s rise and set. While the motion-blur evolution these movements envelope begins to slow, it has become evident that the culture of independent music is inching closer to the edges of arbitrary and purposefully obscure. It manifests […]

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20 Jun 2018

#TheVanual: How-To Turn A Cargo Van Into A Nomadic Studio

Filmmaker Zach Both has been traveling across the united states in a self-built mobile studio. ‘Filmmaking by nature is a nomadic pursuit,’ both describes. ‘it’s a constant migration to and from different locations based on what the storytelling requires. with this van, I now have complete freedom to write a script surrounded by mountains, direct […]

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15 Jun 2018

#DIY How To Disappear Online: A Step By Step Guide

Can you ever really disappear from a world where your face is plastered all over Facebook, your location is stamped all over Instagram, and your private messages are stored in a permanent cloud somewhere? There’s a handful of websites and apps, such as DeleteMe and JustDelete.Me, which can help you to disappear online by automatically […]

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29 May 2018

Q+A // DAEDELUS on LA’s Beat Scene, the Culture of Digging & His New Album, TAUT

By John-Paul Shiver Alfred Darlington, a deep-rooted architect of L.A.’s beat scene, has tinkered with these limits since 2001.  Recording under the well-respected moniker of Daedelus, his brand of left field electronic composition—hip-hop, r&b and jazz blasted through an EDM filter—was an early tent pole in the post-genre beatmakers camp in Southern California. Taut, his […]

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