Tuesday, November 30, 2010

(31) Days of GOOD is BACK!!!

The holiday season is here, it's time to layer up and get your best if the year lists ready. My favorite music blogs and magazines start hashing out their "best of" lists. Last year I started doing (31) Days of GOOD and collaborated with my friends Billy and Andrew to put together the years best throughout the month of December, and (31) Days was born. Billy is now booming with musical GOODness with his own blog, CONCRETE OPINIONS-based out of the LA area-so we are collaborating again this year to bring you our favorite songs of 2010 and (31) Days of Good .

Not much has changed for 2010. During the month of December, we'll again bring you our favorite songs from the past year. There really isn't an order or rank for the songs, we simply pick our favorites and hope you enjoy them as much as we do. The only difference this year is we'll each be doing our own (31) Days of Good, which means more music for all of you. There was so much good new music this year, I'm sure we'll miss some (and we'll definitely overlap on a few), but you'll still get a hefty dosage of music. Enjoy.

Stay tuned!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Monday, November 22, 2010

New Age of Hip Hop

This Booklynite burst on the scene and has taken the hip-hop community by storm, this is his latest, the beats are hard with an old-school flair...this is the latest from London. I'll be bringing more from Mr. London in the coming weeks. Enjoy

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Rumors of a possible short movie project between Spike Jonze and Arcade Fire have been floating around the internet for months. Now the collaboration has finally came to fruition as the Canadian collective unveil the video for “The Suburbs”, which also serves as the title track for their celebrated album. Shot in Austin, Texas, the plot revolves around the complicated nature of teenage friendship and growing apart. Check it out below. Enjoy


Monday, November 15, 2010

Crash The Super Bowl

Check out one of my submissions for the annual Doritos ad contest



also if you check if you message me on facebook i will give you the password for the ad that got red flagged...its pretty awesome

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Exit Strategy

Banksy's film exit through the gift shop was released on DVD this week and is easily found for free if you use torrents. The film was smart and refreshing; it gives a great history of modren street art-showcasing Shepard Fairey, and becomes a movie about a guy trying to make a movie about the elusive Banksy. Banksy creates a monster with the "director", Thierry aka Mr. Brain Wash aka MBW, and becomes the director himself. But check it out, great movie with some dope art.

And another awesome film brought to you by the people at Contagious, about branding, marketing, advertising, and creativity. Check this out, I posted the trailer earlier but this is the full version.


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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Her Majesty and the Wolves...NEW VIDEO

So my college roommate and one of my best friends, Spencer Neezey, (formerly of Jupiter Rising) is doin big things and his new group Her Majesty and the Wolves HMATW with Kimberly Wyatt from the Pussycat Dolls are making some fun dance/pop that is perfect for the club or your next house party. Check out their new video that has a tron-vibe to it. Follow them on twitter, they always offer free tracks and mixtapes. Video directed by Justin Harder.Enjoy

Monday, November 8, 2010

Primitive x The Hundreds

Primitive, is Encino based (I Love the Valley) skate/clothing shop owned by skate phenom extraodinaire Paul Rodriguez. P-Rod and the Primitive crew teamed up with The Hundreds for a new collab, and here is a lil teaser trailer promoting the new gear. Also check out the P-Rod Nike commercial that features Ice-Cube.

It was a good day...

Friday, November 5, 2010

Lanvin x H&M

This is a great collab, and a clever way to showcase a new line. This video is like Four Rooms crossed with a runway show, crossed with Amelie. Enjoy.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


The victory parade for the SF Giants is today at 11am, should be fun, and the opportunity of a lifetime for Giants fans. If your in the bay or close this will definitely be worth the crowds. Where else, aside from Vegas, can you drink a beer and smoke a joint simultaneously while standing next to a cop, while watching the streets explode with mayhem? Nowhere, so get out there and post some shit on youtube, because I have to go to school... lame, I know.
The only bad part of this parade is that creep Gavin Newsome is going to be presenting the Giants with the key to the city at the end of the parade. (he likes to cheat on his wife with his best friends wife) But Newsome did announce that the parade will follow the same route taken by the team when they came from NY in 1958. That's pretty cool, but I doubt Gavin came up with it.

And I don't need to say to take BART or MUNI right, anyone thinking they could drive or find parking is a maniac on a day like today.
Have fun, be safe, and drink a lot in public for me, because it's already crowded as F. Enjoy

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