"I get stupid and dumb like Just Ice and Mantronix," E-40 spits on the "Tell Me When To Go" remix. It's hard not to like that line, but it's also hard not to feel that that line is just for me, the over-30 hip-hopper. Does the younger generation even know about Just Ice and Mantronix? Have they ever even heard the names?Read more »
Somewhere in the city of Paris lurks French graffiti artist Psyckoze, and filmmakers Jean "Turf One" Labourdette and Marielle "Lela" Quesney were there to document his action in Dead Space. As its title suggests, the film follows Psyckoze through the empty landscape of abandoned tunnels, namely the famous Catacombs that stretch for 69 miles below the streets of Paris.
Jamie Reynolds, Simon Taylor, and James Righton (a.k.a. Klaxons) are on the verge of showing their stateside fan base that they’re more than the tip of an ambiguous iceberg dubbed new rave by releasing their full-length, Myths of the Near Future. But given that every year the British seem to have a new musical darling, there’s plenty to prove. Perhaps the most important thing is that they are more than a beacon for the new rave amalgam.
This weekend Detroit techno legend Carl Craig takes his Demon Days party to San Francisco for the first time. Over the last couple years the event series has taken him to New York, Chicago, and other U.S. cities, in between the many other show dates, remixes, and DJ mixes that keep him busy.Read more »
Peepshow's latest arrival showcases the work of James Christopher Kendi, whose last seven years of photography cover, in his words, "comedy, tragedy, friends, and music." In a less abstract terminology that means he's snapped everyone from buddies, to Ratatat and Devendra Banhart, to male models posing in fake underwear campaigns.
See Kendi's work now, exclusively at Peepshow.
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