Listen Below: King Tuff, Leonard Cohen, Homeboy Sandman, and Vashti Bunyan

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New music for your desktop speakers
 
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In Case At Any Point in Time in The Next Week You’re Wondering What’s Going On at Burning Man

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Here’s the livestream

The Perfect Balance of Skateboards and Boobies

Eli Reed skates in and around the Playboy Mansion in “Lost Paradise”

Help Make The New Issue of Hamburger Eyes Happen

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America’s favorite photo magazine is raising dough for issue 16. You’ll end up buying it anyway, so think of the pledge as a pre-order. If that doesn’t help, the trailer (below) will.

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Keep Fresh, Stay Rad

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Friends of Type are prolific. For this new box set produced by Princeton Architectural Press, the cross-continental design collective have compiled 100 of their favorite designs produced over the years and turned them into postcards. Featuring slogans, sayings, and salutations, the set is as much a study in letterform as it is a place form letters on.

Available today

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For an Ambitious Long Weekend

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Austin Beerworks’ limited edition 99-pack of Peacemaker Anytime Ale.

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Lunchtime Laughter

Mario and his magic mushrooms

Cruel Summer

Really late on this one as the exhibition curated by Roger Gastman at Jonathan Levine Gallery closed last Saturday. But hey, the show can still live on via the internet.

Printables

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The Man Without a Mask by William Finnegan

How the drag queen Cassandro became a star of Mexican wrestling.

Very Early Electro Rap Rock

Time Zone was an electro project by Afrika Bambaataa in which he collaborated on tracks with all sorts of musicians. Here’s one product of Time Zone, the 1984 single “World Destruction” featuring John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten.

Kicking and Screaming all the Way to the TSA

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A United Flight from Newark to Denver had to be diverted to Chicago for a time-out yesterday after two passengers got into tussle over a reclining seat. It all started when a man used the Knee Defender—a lock that jams up the reclining capabilities of the forward seat—to prevent the lady in front of him from reclining while he was typing away on his laptop. After the man refused a flight attendant’s request to remove the banned device, the furious woman in front took the matter into her own hands and tossed her cup of water all over the business-minded traveler. Emotions kept increasing, and the plane was forced to make a pit stop to hand the big babies over to the TSA, who promptly dismissed the case as “a customer service issue.” The real kicker here though? The grown-up children had been previously sitting in the airline’s “economy plus” section.

Morning Dose of Boardslide to Infinity

Jordan Hoffart ends this line with a move straight out of a video game.

Travis Scott – “Days Before Rodeo” (Album Stream)

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Morning Dose of Sartorial Memoirs

The trailer for Emily Spivack’s new book Worn Stories, which is a collection of “clothing-inspired narratives from cultural figures and talented storytellers.” Out tomorrow (8/26) on Princeton Architectural Press.

Picture of the Day & The Weekly Round-Up

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Julian Berman

Last Week…

A champagne glass modeled after Kate Moss’s boob got us thirsty

George Sosnak was a baseball umpire turned accidental folk artist

We looked at 20 years of tourist style

Tom Chippendale flashed us

and

Lana Zakocela was our Muse

Cash Money Dessert Sex

Here’s the new video for Shabazz Palaces’ “#CAKE”. Directed by Hiro Murai.

Sound Advice 208: Them Jeans

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We are pleased to present our 208th installment of Sound Advice featuring music selections by Them Jeans. Them Jeans, aka Jason Stewart is a Producer and DJ from Los Angeles, CA. In addition to music, he’s also a food enthusiast working on pop up restaurants, and producing food related internet things for various places.
 
Sound Advice 208
 
01. All Under One Roof Raving by Jaime XX
02. Love Songs by DJ Dodger Stadium
03. Residents by Randomer
04. Plato’s Retreat by Velour
05. Who U Love (12 Inch Version) by Roland Tings
06. Aurora Northern Quarter by Lone
07. Angel (Touch Me) by The 2 Bears
08. Beast Numeral by Tuff Sherm & Cassius Select
09. Knowing We’ll Be Here (KiNK Remix) by Daniel Avery
10. Shekure by Airhead
11. Can’t Do Without You by Caribou
12. Repeat Pleasure by How To Dress Well
13. Hours by FKA Twigs
14. Hyperballad (Instrumental) by Bjork
 
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All About a 90’s Shape

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Jim Houser made the graphic for the first series of skate decks produced by Spectrum, a new skateboard company based out of Philadelphia, PA. Following Jim’s art, new graphics will be produced by a slew of familiar names to TWBE including Bill McRight, Isaac Lin, and Andrew Jeffrey Wright. Very exciting news to say the least.

Lunchtime Laughter

An interesting twist on Man / Robot relations

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