A Team America highlight reel
Jerry Hsu, Pizza the Slut
Originally on view in St. Louis (video after the jump), this modified installation by Steve Powers at Livingston Street Market is “dedicated to musicians who have passed on, but transcended their sinful lives to make beautiful music.”
We are pleased to present our 123rd installment of Sound Advice featuring David Ellis & Roberto Lange. David is a NY-based artist, and Roberto a sound artist who is also known as TR & ASH (Talkin’ Rubbish cuz All Suckaz Hate).
Sound Advice 123
01. Feel so good #2 by Junior Kimbrough
02. More Real by The Necessaries
03. Tea Box by Simtec Simmons
04. And Octopus Tongue by Epstein
05. I Get Deeper by Late Nite Tuff Guy
06. Dreamboating by Andrew Pekler
07. Uncertain Smile by The The
08. Freight Train by Elizabeth Cotten
09. Gagging Order by Radiohead
10. Rene And Georgette Magritte With Their Dog After The War by Paul Simon
11. Beirut by The Shrew
12. Lua by Conor Oberst and Gillian Welch
Plus: Bonus Videos (after jump)
By now you’ve seen and read Dallas Clayton’s recurring column The Greatest Writer Alive on our website. Building upon it, we’re happy to announce that Dallas has just released a new collection of poetry and illustration work in print. Boasting over 100 pages, it’s a great book to pick up at any time of the day. To celebrate the release of the book, we’ve put together a fun giveaway with Dallas that will net you a signed copy of The Greatest Writer Alive, plus an original drawing. The scoop is below:
To become eligible to win the signed book and original drawing by Dallas Clayton, go into the comments section and write some words (a short poem, perhaps?) about an awkward moment in your teenage years. On December 22nd, we’ll pick our favorite and to top it off Dallas will make a drawing to accompany your words. Simple, and awesome. You have until Wednesday 11:59pm to enter, so go for it!
For those who are shy, or lazy, or indifferent The Greatest Writer Alive is available here
Sex Pistols, Anarchy In The Uk
Hand made wooden box containing 26 (A-Z) hand-pulled by artist serigraphs printed with Golden artist acrylic on archival artist cardstock.
Common feat Sadat X, 1999, 1999
The Rickford Institute All-Star Classic, Livingston Street Market, Lola Schnabel, Paul Wackers, & Paranormal Hallucinations
Lots of good stuff happening this weekend. That’s a piece by Paul Wackers (above) whose show Of Life opens tonight at Morgan Lehman.