I am headed to Thailand in 18 days. Will be posting here throughout my trip.
Saïl Ryel mashups are legit.
B.I.G. Flume is a compilation & mashup project that comprises some of the Notorious B.I.G.’s greatest songs with the debut self titled album of Flume. It was mixed and produced by Perth producers Jaymee Franchina & Jeremy Smith.
Released 10 February 2013
Free Download here -
Fuck this dude. Check out Bike Snobs awesome write up on this tool.
Jesus. This is good.
Video by Jesse Kanda
Concept by Jesse Kanda & FKA twigs
Executive Producer: Juliette Larthe (Prettybird)
Head of Production: Margo Mars (Prettybird)
DOP: Sy Turnbull
Stylist: Jean Paul Paula
Make-up: Bea Sweet
This where I am working at right now. The project is super sick. I’ll post it once it goes live.
My buddy Justin is in Cambodia right now and pointed me towards a screening of this movie happening in Brooklyn.
“On August 1st, SAGE BAR BROOKLYN will be screening a rough cut of DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL. Director John Pirozzi will be present for the screening of his highly-anticipated documentary. All in attendance will be given a chance to offer feedback to Pirozzi before he makes the final edit to his film.
The screening will start at 8 pm. Seating will be first come, first served.
Check out the trailer
During the 60′s and early 70′s, as the war in Vietnam threatened its borders, a new music scene emerged in Cambodia that took Western rock and roll and stood it on its head – creating a sound like no other.
Cambodian musicians crafted this sound from the various rock music styles sweeping France, America and England, adding the unique melodies and hypnotic rhythms of their traditional music. The beautiful singing of the renowned female vocalists became the final touch that made this mix so enticing.
But as one segment of Cambodian society—young creative musicians in particular–embraced American culture and flourished under its influence, another was decimated and demoralized by America’s massive aerial bombing of the Cambodian countryside. This propelled the rural population to rise up and join forces with Pol Pot’s ultra-Maoist army, the Khmer Rouge, who would eventually dismantle and destroy the country.
After taking over the country on April 17, 1975, the Khmer Rouge began wiping out all traces of modernity and Western influence. Intellectuals, artists and musicians were specifically and systematically targeted and eliminated. Thus began one of the most brutal genocides in history, killing an estimated 2 million people – 1/4 of the Cambodian population.
Combining interviews of the surviving Cambodian musicians themselves with never-before-seen archival material and rare songs, DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL tracks the twists and turns of Cambodian music as it morphs into rock and roll, blossoms, and is nearly destroyed along with the rest of the country.
This documentary film provides a new perspective on a country usually associated with only war and genocide. By celebrating this powerful music, and the people who created it, Cambodia’s musical heyday emerges from the shadows of tragedy into the light of history.”
This video pretty much sums up what I think Calvin Harris’s life is like.
This is pretty amazing. Everything is so vivid. Mia is absolutely beautiful. I am sure Liu Bolin would be proud.
“Written and Performed by Mia Maestro
Directed by Guillermo Navarro and Juan Azulay
Produced by Mia Maestro, Guillermo Navarro, Flavia Lowenstein and Juan Azulay
Based on Cecilia Paredes’ Art
Cinematography Alvaro Navarro
Editor Michael Rothman at POEM.tv
Production Designer Amanda Hallberg
Art Direction Flavia Lowenstein
Still Photography Bunni Wyldeflower
Body Art / Makeup Cecilia Paredes and Nelly Recchia
Body Art / Makeup Assistant Saori Nakada
Hair Rod Ortega
Colorist: Clark Muller at Incendio
Flame Artists Nicolas Martinez & Andy McKenna at a52
Mastering Mirada Studios”
Damn. It’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything. Been so busy with work. Riding bikes. Time to re think what Wild Sheep Chase is going to be about. Meanwhile. Enjoy some of the music I’ve been listening too.
It’s been awhile since we posted anything! It’s been a busy few months. Check out some of the good times below.
BBQ lamb at Prospect Park.
Poler Camp Vibes.
Portable BBQ. NYC style. Prospect Park.
Search and State green. Selfie. River Road.
Bicycle Prints. Coming soon.
This will never get old.
A bridge to happiness.
Bicycle stable is looking good right now.
Akrow. Brooklyn Bridge. Philly bound.
Brooklyn Bridge. Sunrise. Beautiful.
I still love this girl.