Flying Lotus – Until The Quiet Comes (Stream)

Have a listen after the jump

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Installation View: Eddie Martinez – Studio Drawings

Where did September go? This excellent show is only on view at Half Gallery until tomorrow (9/26), so you better get over there ASAP… or just live vicariously through these pictures right here.

Whichever you choose, make sure to read this essay on Eddie by Glenn O’Brien

Oh Nature…

via, thewhoa

Up All Night

Sepultura, Arise

 

A Beetlejuice Terrarium

Somebodies sister needs this

via, uncrate

Reminisce Over This

GZA, Cold World, 1995

SWOON

The first lady of street art has a new website where she’ll be selling editions.

via, AM

The Art of Web Design

Keep It Simple Stupid

Shadouflage

Engineered Garments Navy Wool Camo Bedford Jacket

For The Budding Meteorologist Who Decided To Go Into Finance Instead

The Netatmo Urban Weather Station for the iPhone, iPad, and Android.

Foreign Fast Food

KFC Japan’s Colonel’s Bacon Potato Fritters aka Deep Fried Bacon Mashed Potatoes.

Get in my belly.

Lunchtime Laughter

Farting In The Hood

via, getnloose

The Ludlow Shop at 50 Hudson

Gone are the days of being a walking rectangle, what J. Crew is doing with men’s suits is outstanding. Affordable and stylish, their Ludlow Suit is crafted from exquisite fabrics (think Loro Piana) and cut to reflect the modern man’s need to look great without going broke. We recently visited their Ludlow flagship in Tribeca and came out both impressed and well-dressed. Have a look above at what you can expect to see once inside.

If you’re in the market for a suit, this store is the answer.

The Ludlow Shop at 50 Hudson
50 Hudson St. (at Thomas St.), NYC

Ichiro Suzuki Essentially Has A Classy, Portable Dehumidifier For His Bats

With a career MLB average of .322, it seems to be working. Harmony & Respect.

Casey Neistat Builds an iPhone 5 dock

From the school of Sachs.

Relevant Reading

Did Blowing into Nintendo Cartridges Really Help? (You bet it did)

via, @kottke

Morning Dose of The World’s Worst Ever

Seriously, it’s not like they play the game with replacement players.

Salad Days: The Birth of Punk Rock in the Nation’s Capital

Over the last 30 years or so, DC has played a quiet, yet impactful role in shaping music culture. So it’s pretty easy to get excited for this upcoming documentary.

“SALAD DAYS  is a documentary-in-progress that examines the fertile Washington, DC punk scene of the 1980s. This was a particularly important time in the evolution of punk and independent music, with DC based bands like Minor Threat, Bad Brains, Black Market Baby, the Faith, the Slickee Boys, Void, Government Issue, Marginal Man, Dag Nasty, 9353, Gray Matter, Beefeater, Scream, Rites of Spring, Fugazi, Shudder to Think, Nation of Ulysses, Jawbox and others defining the DC aesthetic. Local record labels like Dischord, Fountain of Youth, Teen Beat, and Simple Machines would become standard-bearers for the DIY revolution.”

Watch the trailer after the jump

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Picture of the Day

From the Internet K-Hole

We’ll be back on Tuesday.

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