The Zoo York Artist Series III is a collection of skate decks designed by nine post-graffiti graphic designers. Featuring the work of Eric Elms (a.k.a. Adorn), Nathan Nedorostek, Bryan Collins, Cubanica, Jim Zbinden (a.k.a. Pulp68), AKA and Skuf, Pete Panciera, and Damien Correll, these designs capture the Zoo York visual aesthetic, which includes graff throw ups, all-over prints, and bright color collages.
San Francisco-based blogger Modyfier has created one of the best techno resources on the web, providing an incredible volume of tracks and one of the most comprehensive collections of links out there. A couple months ago, she began collecting mixes from the likes of Chelonis R.Read more »
Can the most hyped band in recent history maintain its ability to sell out venues across the nation? If the Klaxons' last tour is any indication, then the answer is most certainly “yes.” The London-based foursome hasn’t disappointed many showgoers, with its signature falsetto and instrumental maneuvering. Sharing the stage with everyone from Amy Winehouse to Excepter, Klaxons have built dance nests in some of the most noteworthy clubs across the world (Uh, Fabric).Read more »
Vivian Host gets a lesson in needlepoint by Detroit's master dance punks, Adam Lee Miller and Nicola Kuperus of Adult. Nicola and Adam credit their prolific output of music, cross-stitching, video, photography, and knitted iPod cozies to their D.I.Y.W. (Do It Yourself, Wrong) ethic, cult murderers, and Rosey Grier!
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Hip-hop has cycled through many phases in the last 30 years. There have been tight pant-laden MCs rhyming over disco breaks, the segregation of West vs. East Coast rap during the ’90s, the rise of the South, and more violent controversy than could even be associated with black metal. But throughout, one collective has maintained the purity of hip-hop’s four elements (DJing, breaking, graff, and of course, MCing)–Rock Steady Crew.Read more »
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