We are pleased to present the ninth installment of Sound Advice featuring Alex Lukas. Alex is a Philadelphia-based artist and publisher.
Sound Advice 09 – Alex Lukas
01 Glad Tidings – Van Morrison
02 The Obvious Child – Paul Simon
03 Stay With Me – Faces
04 I Feel Free – Cream
05 I Want To Live – Talking Heads
06 Heroes and Villains – Beach Boys
07 Peg – Steely Dan
08 Life During Wartime – Talking Heads
09 Gasoline Alley – Rod Stewart
10 I’m Goin’ Down – Bruce Springsteen
11 Jet Airliner – Paul Pena
12 Can’t You Hear Me Knocking – Rolling Stones
13 Hey Tonight – Creedence Clearwater Revival
Opening this Saturday, The Way Things are Looking is a solo show by Suzannah Sinclair. Her work is so beautiful, it also doesn’t hurt that the girls she paints are in various stages of nudity.
Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth, Mecca and the Soul Brother, 1992
Well, this is certainly amazing. Tom Sachs always seems to bring art to an interesting level. This piece is for Nike/Lance Armstrong’s Stages exhibition launch at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin
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Rated R movies were cool. Hot Dog The Movie.
Weeds got off to a slow start this season. So, when I saw Mary Louis Parker half naked on Esquire, I suddenly had a renewed interest.
It’s the middle of summer, let’s watch snowboard videos. Created by Factory Films
I got an email from an old friend that read
“You should blog my food. It’s the hot shit. I got lots of flicks.”
What? It’s hot outside and this is the tasty goodness.
From The Guardian’s series “My Best Shot, photographers come clean on how they created their favourite works”. This feature is very cool, and there are so many great photos you need to check out. The photographers insight is a nice touch.
Relax, you’re not getting in. But you can wait outside and run some street game that’ll probably get you nowhere. It’s all about positivity this morning guys. Positivity
Opening this Saturday is a great show with a nice concept, and the longest artist list I think I’ve ever seen. Curated by Jordan Isip and Rodger Stevens,
“Dime Bag 3 is the ninth in an ongoing series of events by Isip and Stevens, bringing together over 200 artists from New York City and beyond representing an extraordinary variety of disciplines. Painters, illustrators, graphic designers, filmmakers, photographers, product designers, and others have been invited to create artworks specifically designed to be exhibited in 3-inch plastic bags: dime bags. Each artist was sent one of the symbolic baggies and asked to fill it in any way they wished.”
If you’re going to Coney Island this weekend for the Siren Festival, be sure to check out Brooklyn natives A Place to Bury Strangers. If Robert Smith had kids they would sound like this… does he have kids?
Cool “Disco” Dan is a DC legend, so anything involving the man will get love from me. I’m happy to report he has two new prints for sale on his website. ‘Sayings’ comes in blue and red, each in an edition of 100 and measuring 16″ x 20″. For $35, how could you go wrong? Buy both