4 Sep
Producer+rapper collab from Flylo's upcoming "You're Dead" LP

Flying Lotus has been around these parts a lot as of late, no doubt in anticipation of his hip-hop/jazz/leftfield bass fusion You’re Dead! album set to release October 7th. In part of the slow reveal of the album’s arrival, FlyLo treats us to “Never Catch Me” — a collaborative work with Compton’s own Kendrick Lamar. Never mind any recent […]


26 Jun
Mini-hunting macheté for trapping elusive fungii

Whether you’re digging up chanterelles from the forest or psilocybins from a cow puck, you’re going to need the right hunting gear lest those mushrooms go for the getaway. Built with a curved steel blade for convenient harvesting, tweezers for plucking in-between thorns, a boar-hair brush for dirt removal and a nylon sheath, for $33 you […]


7 Aug
The return of Madlib's off-kilter alter ego

Madlib returns with his right-brained Quasimoto alias for a new video off the Yessir Whatever album. As as typical for Quasimoto the visuals take on an abstract air, with one of the world’s most bizarre drug dealers selling wares in a very unique way. You can get the Los Angeles rapper/producer’s album Yessir Whatever over […]


22 Mar
The Photography of Janette Beckman and David Corio at The Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York City

Another impressive opening at The Morrison Hotel Gallery (Bowery) in New York City went down March 11th — a joint photography exhibition documenting the monumental punk and hip hop movements of the 70s and early 80s. For those who are not in the know, The Morrison Hotel is a fine art photography gallery based in […]


3 Nov
The man, the myth, the sagely advice

There are no words for the amount of respect I have for Mr. Kurt Vonnegut, one of the most singular human beings of the 20th and 21st Centuries. Here’s a 5-part video clip series of a 2002 lecture Vonnegut gave at Albion College, titled How to Get Job Like Mine, where he received an honorary […]