Weirdness from Yassy Goldie
Weirdness from Yassy Goldie
We are pleased to present our 131st Sound Advice featuring Worthwhisland. Recently launched by gallerist Alexis Schimberg and photographer Jason Frank Rothenberg, “Worthwhile-and” is an online gallery selling affordable contemporary art editions. Art and music brought them together in the first place, almost too late — good thing they’re both still living in 1994.
Sound Advice 131
01. Let ‘Em In by Wings
02. Cliquetown by New Bad Things
03. Androgynous by The Replacements
04. Certain Dance Circumstance by Sentridoh
05. The Oogum Boogum Song by Brenton Wood
06. Sunlight Bathed The Golden Glow by Felt
07. That Man by The Fall
08. He’s Got The Power by The Exciters
09. Stormy Weather by Reigning Sound
10. The Neighbors by Jonathan Richman
11. Recless Child by The Cannanes
12. Hawaii Nei I’ll Miss You by Bobby Brown
13. Jackie Wilson Said (I’m In Heaven) by Dexy’s Midnight Runners
14. Stagger Lee by Lloyd Price
15. The World Beyond by Swamp Dogg
16. Tonight Was Fun by Creeper Lagoon
17. Lonesome Tonight by New Order
18. Please Help the Cause Against Loneliness by Morrissey
19. You Should All Be Murdered by Another Sunny Day
20. So. Central Rain by R.E.M.
21. Pond Song by Dinosaur Jr.
22. She Loves It When He Sings Like Elvis by Television Personalities
23. California Earthquake by Mama Cass Elliot
24. Behave by God Is My Co-Pilot
25. Outta Me by Bikini Kill
26. Poor Old Soul (Part Two) by Orange Juice
Led Zeppelin, The Ocean
If you’ve been in search of a notebook to call your own, look no further than Bound Custom Journals ($10-$50). Available in a 48-page softcover or a 140-page linen, you are able to pick and choose from a variety of page styles that go beyond the traditional blank, lined, or gridded page options. Think maps, logs, calendars, contacts, checklists, music listings, storyboards, wireframes, clothing outlines, games, or recipes. The hardest part is choosing just one. Examples after the jump.
Boogie Down Productions, My Philosophy, 1988
A group show and zine release at Klughaus featuring Martha Cooper, Ray Mock, Jesse Edwards, Mike P, Ian Reid, Alexander Richter, Steven Siegel, Michael Fales, Oscar Arriola, Graham Shimberg and Bob Barry.
47 monroe st.
new york, ny 10002
“In 1989, two Melbourne teenage hackers known as Electron and Phoenix stole a restricted computer security list and used it to break into some of the world’s most classified and supposedly secure computer systems. So fast and widespread was the attack, no-one could work out how it had happened – until one of the hackers called The New York Times to brag.
Ten years after their arrest, this dramatised documentary uncovers not only how they did it but why. It takes us headlong into the clandestine, risky but intoxicating world of the computer underground.”
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Saelee Oh to share her favorite place to eat. Saelee is a Los Angeles-based artist whose works primarily consists of drawings, paintings and cut paper, although on occasion she has also created sculptural installations and stop-motion animations. Through her delicate imagery, Saelee explores themes including utopia, female empowerment, identity, connection, alienation, nature and animal symbolism.
Continue reading for her answer.
The Evolution of Louis C.K.
Jay Howell & Mark Whalen (KIll Pixie) have a show opening up this Saturday at Fecal Face Dot Gallery in San Francisco.