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A VISUAL COMPENDIUM OF NOTABLE HAIRCUTS

March 24th, 2011 by Michael Rowland | 0

You can never have too many posters, especially if they’re particularly cool. You’ll want this poster for quick reference. From Pop Chart Lab’s website: From the pompadour to the moptop to the metal mane to whatever it is Lady Gaga has atop her head, here is a history of popular music as told through the [...]

Hokusai Tsunami Print for Japan

March 15th, 2011 by Michael Rowland | 0

It’s possibly the most famous woodblock print in the world. The Great Wave off Kanagawa was created and published sometime between 1830 and 1833 by the Japanese artist known as Hokusai. The print is the most-recognized single item in Hokusai’s series, Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, and possibly the most-recognized woodblock print in history. Now, [...]

Discodeine

February 11th, 2011 by Michael Petruna | 0

Discodeine is a parisian duo born in 2007 from the twisted minds of Pilooski and Pentile. These two french musicians have separatedly released some acclaimed records in the last past years (Pentile was involved in Octet and France Copland, Pilooski has remixed LCD Sound System, Mystery Jets, Bryan Ferry) before finding a mutual ground around [...]

The Creature from Lake Michigan

September 15th, 2010 by Michael Petruna | 0

An environmental activist, a marine biologist and a band of surfers battle a hitman, low-budget filmmakers and a warrior from beyond the stars to help a mutant monster from the depths of Lake Michigan. [ Official Website ]

Adult Swim’s SQUIDBILLIES Season Premiere to Feature Widespread Panic, May 16

May 5th, 2010 by Michael Petruna | 0

The inbred squid-things of Dougal County return for a fourth or fifth season, depending on how you slice it, of hillbilly shenanigans in new episodes of Squidbillies on Adult Swim beginning Sunday, May 16, at midnight (ET, PT). The squids won’t disappointify you, as long as you like bank robbing, drug trafficking, unskinny bopping, and [...]

T-Mobile x Garmin Android Powered Garminfone

April 21st, 2010 by Michael Petruna | 0

T-Mobile USA, Inc. has announced the upcoming, exclusive availability of the new Garminfone, the first Android-powered smartphone fully-integrated with Garmin’s premium navigation experience. Anticipated to be available later this spring, Garminfone is a sleek, full-touch 3G smartphone with a large 3.5-inch screen integrated with Garmin’s robust navigation experience for fast and reliable navigation from the [...]

From Here to There

April 13th, 2010 by Michael Petruna | 0

From Here to There is a collective of artists currently living and working in Los Angeles. Their practices range from photography to collage and include video, sound, and installation. What brings them together is their desire to combine their personal perspectives and various interests to create a greater dialogue through the art that they make. [...]

Jónsi go

April 8th, 2010 by Pam Crews | 0

Jón Þór Birgisson, known simply as Jónsi, has been half of the Icelandic band Sigur Rós since 1994. Marked by Jónsi’s falsetto vocals, ethereal instrumentation (bowed guitar anyone?), and lyrics in Icelandic (or Jónsi’s invented language “Hopelandic”), Sigur Rós developed a steady following outside of their homeland. In December of 2009, “Boy Lillikoi” began cropping [...]

Cypress Hill Rise Up Featuring Tom Morello

April 7th, 2010 by Pam Crews | 0

The video for “Rise Up,” Cypress Hill’s new single, featuring Tom Morello, begins with a newsreader claiming, “Not since the Watts riot of 1965 has the city seemed so out of control. Los Angeles is still on edge.” And then Morello launches a neck slide that leads into a cowbell-laced drum riff and we’re off. [...]

Muse Headphones

March 3rd, 2010 by Rebecca Reid | 0

Muse audio offers 12 models of headphones that cater to everyone. Each model is designed for specific functions and have different features to match their application. On top of that, they’re stylish and are fully compatible with all MP3 players, stereo systems, and computers. [Muse]