Raekwon, Glaciers of Ice, 1995
New fitness rap from El-P and Killer Mike.
Run The Jewels 2 will be available for free on October 27th.
The Notorious B.I.G. x Grateful Dead mash-up album that only the internet could produce.
“Untitled (1999)” is a fantastic new print by B. Thom Stevenson that harkens back to the days when the photocopy machine was some people’s only creative outlet.
There’s something about Spanish girls singing like American garage pop princesses that does it every time.
Is this video art? Is this advertising? Is this a music video film? These are the questions that went through my head as I watched this entire video by Dr. Romanelli, featuring highlights from British Knights advertising history. Accompanied by a soundtrack created by Alchemist, Samiyam and Action Bronson, British Knights: Which Ways The Beach Mix, as it’s officially known is a hypnotic journey through a world of bygone creativity… and it’s really fucking good.
Visuals from the parking lots of yore at Grateful Dead concerts.
We are pleased to present our 210th installment of Sound Advice featuring music selections from Wayne White. As one of the more creative human beings in the world, Wayne lives and works in Los Angeles as an “artist, art director, illustrator, puppeteer, and much, much more.” He opens a new show, Invisible Ruler, at Joshua Liner Gallery this Thursday, September 11th.
Sound Advice 210
01. Ragged But Right by George Jones
02. Portland by The Replacements
03. Brown Sugar by Rolling Stones
04. Determination by Todd Rundgren
05. A-11 by Johnny Paycheck
06. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way? by Waylon Jennings
07. September Gurls by Big Star
08. PowderFinger by Neil Young & Crazy Horse
09. The Window Up Above by George Jones
10. Tramp by Otis Redding & Carla Thomas
11. Something to Brag About by George Jones & Tammy Wynette
12. Make a Little Love by Lowell Fulsom
13. Little Sister by Elvis Presley
14. Have You Been Making Out OK? by Al Green
15. When I Stop Dreaming by Louvin Brothers
16. Going All the Way by The Squires
17. Strokes by Hard to Explain
18. A Fool in Love by Ike & Tina
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Johns Hopkins University’s newest professor is one Thomas Dolby, who will no doubt be blinding his 12 students with marketing science in the class “Sound on Film.” “School administrators can hardly believe they’ve landed a bona fide rock-star professor,” while students are still trying to figure out who he is…
A series of prints and accompanying zine celebrating “Marvel’s most Morrissey-esque characters” by Adam Villacin
A Tribe Called Quest, Electric Relaxation, 1993
New music for your desktop speakers
As rapped by the movies
We are pleased to present our 209th installment of Sound Advice featuring music selections from Cali Thornhill DeWitt. Cali is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Los Angeles.
Sound Advice 209
01. On My Block by Scarface
02. Short Texas (UGK) by DJ Screw
03. Fallin’ (Chopped & Screwed) by Kp’da Truth / Alicia Keys
04. KLF ELF by Antwon (ft. Heems & Lakutis)
05. Wanna Be A Balla by Lil’ Troy (ft. Fat Pat, Yungstar, Lil’ Will, & H.A.W.K.)
06. Conversation With A devil by Andre Nickatina
07. Hell Yeah by Dead Prez
08. A B-Boy’s Alpha by Cannibal Ox
09. Rinky Dink II / We’re Gonna Rumble by Project Pat
10. Cadillac On 22’s by David Banner
11. Mo City Don by Z-Ro
12. Its Going Down by Lil Boosie
13. Sippin’ on Syrup (Screwed & Chopped version) by Three 6 Mafia (ft. UGK & Project Pat)
14. Burbons and Lacs by Master P
15. Ha by Juvenile
16. Pill Poppa by Big Moe (ft. Mike-D, J Dog & Trae)
17. 25 Lighters by DJ DMD (ft. Lil’ Keke & Fat Pat)
18. One Day by UGK
19. Get Down by Cam’ron
20. Live On Live Long by Capone-N-Noreaga
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Gary Panter first created this artwork as part of the logo for the Screamers, a seminal L.A. synthpunk band from the mid-70s to the early 80s. Now it’s available to add some edge to your office or abode as a 24″ x 34″ serigraph in an edition of 200.