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Per the above sketch, immersed in American folk art and Harlem Renaissance ether, I expected something a little more jazzy or bluesy than what followed. After hearing his “Evening’s Kiss,” Beal’s softly sad, underspoken, and minimally-ranging voice felt less about grander statements and more about experiences…
I’m still caught up with this album art. Yo-Landi Vi$$er never seemed like a fallen angel to me, but her large inky eyes and appetite for freshly-acquired, oversized hearts also ring of an alien. If the Alien-Angel is an accurate composite of Die Antwoord’s upcoming TEN$ION, I’ll set up an autosearch for leaks as soon as this is posted.
What to do tomorrow:
- Get down with The Occupation Party, presented by the Danger List folks with a swizzle hot flier made by Shepard Fairey.
- If you’d like to instead just go and simply hear some kick ass music and drink some get down with Davila 666, Acid Baby Jesus, Sweet Tooth, Cassie Ramone and XRAY EYEBALLS at 285 Kent ave.
- Watch some Creator stuff.
- Never use swizzle again.
Get down with The Occupation Party, presented by the Danger List folks with a swizzle hot flier made by Shepard Fairey. Now, some have noted that this is the first “big name artist” to get behind the Occupy Wall Street movement, I guess Russell “I’ll Clean It Up” Simmons doesn’t count:
The Creators Project Takes On Coachella with Visual Collaborations from Interpol, Animal Collective and Arcade Fire
The Creators Project, a cultural and technological alliance between Vice and Intel which supports and fosters the work of upcoming artists worldwide, has partnered with Coachella to make the music festival experience that much more fantastical, futuristic and grand.
Zero Film Festival Gala Kicks Off the Seven-Day Event with Asobi Seksu, Saturday, November 13th in Bushwick
The Zero Film Festival, in its third year, and now expanded to annual events in New York, Los Angeles and Miami, is the only festival of its kind to show films made exclusively by self-financed, indie filmmakers.
This Saturday is out in full force.
Mark Ronson – still stylish.
Richard Lawson – always prognostic.
Aggy Deyn – always pertinent.
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This week Lebanon represents with a film festival, Tarek Atoui’s residency at the New Museum. New York represents with a Gallery Week, and ?The Real Bushwick? So many questions! Well, it is not answers that drive us forward, it is questions that we may yet to ask, so are you ready to go live some?
Adam Green’ s Teen Tech was unveiled during an upbeat art opening at the Morrison Hotel Gallery Bowery, a veritable who’s who of NYC’s indie and major label rock glitterati. The artist was present amongst friends, as was iconic photographer Mick Rock, who schmoozed alongside the likes of Interpol’s Paul Banks, The Strokes’ Fab Moretti…