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April 6, 2009

My Favorite Buttery Ass Monday

A couple of months ago Dj Rockberry sent me a link to “Buttery Ass Mondays“. I keep going back every week to see what else these guys come up with. Watch it. It will make your Monday’s better.

Make sure you never throw away your hustler weekly!! You want to be able to pet a lemur, right?

Filed by Ralph Milan at April 6th, 2009 under BLOG
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April 5, 2009

Gallery 1988 SF Presents: The Watcher in the Woods

Daniel Danger & Dan McCarthy +++

Helms, Diamond Nights, Certainly Sir, Bullpen Catcher -- By Dan McCarthy

Daniel Danger is an illustrator and printmaker working out of New England. The son of an middle school art teacher married to a professional potter, Daniel was never going to be a mathematician or claims adjuster for a top rated insurance agency. Amidst old houses dead from the fallout of urban sprawl, railway bridges asleep from neglect, and trees that engulf everything; his work attempts to remind you of something you may have said to someone, or something someone may have said to you; back in that time period thats just too far away to remember clearly, but not so long ago you forgot about it completely. His memories and many of his friends are simply ghosts now, shaking him awake with mistimed alarm clocks and the sounds of a television from across the house. Documentation is key to get through the day. Things are always changing and its easy to lose yourself.

Sink or Swim --- by Daniel Danger

Daniel is best known for his screen-printed art prints and posters playing on these themes, often sold out within minutes of being released due to his fantastically supportive fan base . He has shown at A/V space in Rochester NY, Gallery1988 in LA, Wootini Gallery in Chapel Hill NC, Rotofugi Gallery in Chicago, The Richard Goodall Gallery in Manchester UK, SXSW, Bumbershoot Festival, Pitchfork Festival, and upcoming show at Gallery1988 in San Francisco with the talented Dan McCarthy, who has been creating posters for approximately 10 years. Based out of Cape Cod, Massachusetts he and Daniel bring their work to the walls of Gallery 1988 SF. The exhibit will be shown from April 4th – April 25th, 2009 @ 1177 Sutter St., San Francisco, CA

Buss Mall --- By Daniel DangerYou Push and Pull --- By Daniel Danger

Filed by chris santiago at April 5th, 2009 under BLOG
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Eastbound and Down

“You’re Fucking Out, I’m fucking in.” By Kenny Powers, Narrated by Kenny Powers.

THE MOTHERFUCKING END.

Filed by chris santiago at April 5th, 2009 under BLOG
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April 4, 2009

Chris Santiago @ MUTE Fridays 04.03.09

Chris Santiago has slowly become the signature house music resident at MUTE as he has consistently laid down new and never before heard music to the MUTE Friday regulars invoking screamin’ and body jackin’. Cultured in the underground for many many moons, Chris has developed a passion for djing that he brings to the decks every time he plays no matter if its 10 people or 1000 people. Take a listen and don’t be surprised if you start stomping your feet.

Chris Santiago recorded live April 3rd, 2009 @ MUTE Fridays

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Get Off

My latest obsession and soon to be yours: SHAROOZ’s ‘Get Off’

DJ MAG states “..A work of genuis.. there’s not a single person who can’t get into it..”.

Couldn’t agree more. I’ve only heard this track played once in America and that was at HARD13 by Erol Alkan; the brilliant track builds up to a massive drop, my favorite part; the crowd went crazy.

Sharooz- Get Off (original mix)

EROL ALKAN – LIVE @ HARD 13 (3.13.09)

Filed by alex s at April 4th, 2009 under BLOG
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April 3, 2009

PEE WEE

I am glad I found this video. I had the urge to do crack this weekend.

I know you are but what am I?

Filed by Ralph Milan at April 3rd, 2009 under BLOG
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April 2, 2009

WiiSpray Project

Wii Spray was developed in the course of the “Information Places” project in the spring of 2007 by students Martin Lihs and Frank Matuse of the Media Department at the Bauhaus University Weimar. However, the original idea of the project was founded much sooner.

While doing an internship in Lisbon Martin Lihs met street and graffiti artist, “Target”. Martin developed an interest in the medium of graffiti and the following question came up: “Is it possible to create a tool that allows one or more people to interact creatively, independent of space and time?”

The answer was a creative experiment using standard Nintendo Wii technology, WiiFlash Server and Adobe Flash. The WiiSpray Project is not about replacing real graffiti as a form of art but instead is seen as an interface to give graffiti a new virtual level outside of the real existing world, through the symbiosis of digital and analog as well as of the social network aspect of overcoming distances. Everyone can use it, nothing is being sprayed on or being destroyed. Only you decide what to save because everything is virtual.

The WiiSpray project is not just a hardware interface but also a software. This software simulates the real act of spraying, offers a wide range of colors, different caps as well as the possibility to use your own backgrounds (photos, graphics, etc.).


WiiSpray Teaser from Martin Lihs on Vimeo.

via Hypebeast and WiiSpray

Filed by chris santiago at April 2nd, 2009 under BLOG
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Setting the Pace

I’m not sure if I would ever use this, but I will admit it that the thought of being able to dance around and mix your tracks is pretty cool. Then again, maybe I’m just an attention whore.

Filed by chris santiago at April 2nd, 2009 under BLOG
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Frank Kozik Signing @ Kidrobot LA

Kidrobot LA will be celebrating their new KidPunk summer 09′ collection tonight with a prerelease party featuring Frank Kozik from 6pm – 8pm at their Melrose location.

Frank Kozik was born near Madrid, Spain in 1962 and immigrated to United States, settling in Austin, Texas in the 70’s. Credited with single-handedly reviving the “lost” art of the concert poster, Kozik’s art career emerged from his connection to Austin’s cultural explosion in the mid 80’s. Starting with band flyers that he posted on telephone poles, Kozik quickly garnered a solid fan-base who dug his graphically compelling and culturally relevant work.

To date, Kozik has designed over 1000 concert posters and album covers for artists as diverse as The Sex Pistols and Nirvana; founded Man’s Ruin Records; directed music videos for Soundgarden; staged over 60 gallery shows worldwide; created artwork for some of world’s biggest companies; and published several volumes of his work.

Since 2000, Kozik’s main artistic focus has been in the design and production of vinyl art toys. The icon of Kozik’s toy empire is his Smorkin’ Labbit character, but he is also the guy behind Chumps, Mongers and pretty much everything else that smorks.

KidRobot LA
7972 Melrose Ave

Filed by chris santiago at April 2nd, 2009 under BLOG
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April 1, 2009

Yoga Laughter

People have been asking me why I am not so pissed off anymore. Well I found a new way to make myself focused and ready to take on the world. It’s laughter yoga!! Laughter is the best medicine. I began studying this right before I went to Thailand. My life has been changed forever by this. Please join me and find yourself a laughing yoga class to attend.

IT’S ALSO APRIL FOOLS!!

Filed by Ralph Milan at April 1st, 2009 under BLOG
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