19 May
The latest EP in the Scion A/V series out today

Trouble & Bass was tapped by the Scion A/V series for their latest release — an EP compiling some of the label’s best acts [download the EP HERE]. We caught Trouble & Bass label founder Drop the Lime this past Tuesday at the “Check Your Ponytail!2″ party when he brought his brand new rockabilly-meets-dance live […]


16 May
Trouble & Bass label leader gets his Rocakabilly on

New York’s bass-worshiping DJ crew/label Trouble & Bass founder Drop the Lime (aka Luca Venezia) is elevating his DJing to the next level by incorporating a live band aspect to his performance. The result mixes his Heavy Bass sound with a prominent Rockabilly influence to embrace the more rock side of his persona, including Venezia […]


11 May
Psssst... it has something to do with partying... till you puke...

Everyone’s favorite Party Ambassador Andrew W.K. has collaborated with LA promoter, illustrator and DJ extraordinaire Franki Chan on a mixtape for his Check Yo Ponytail! series. The 70-minute Party Tips mix was recorded at Diplo and Switch’s Major Lazer studios by Franki Chan and Greg from Acid Girls, and is a powerhouse set of party […]


25 Mar
Witch house rockers prepare for Check Yo Ponytail!

Michigan witch house trio Salem will be headlining Check Yo Ponytail 2 this upcoming Tuesday, March 29th at the Echoplex in Echo Park. And to prepare for the show, the Traverse City producers fitted up this Mother Always mixtape just to get y’all prepped. As is their spooky, droning, music-from-the-darkest-fogs sound, Salem take tracks by […]


11 Jan
Brian Chan's mathematical genius makes origami

Engineer Brian Chan from M.I.T. has fashioned art work with his impressive math skills, creating his own origami patterns and using one single uncut sheet to fold into paper masterpieces. When Chan first started this simple hobby he mastered making traditional animals and intricate insects, but now paper is no limit as he manifests sci-fi […]


3 Dec
Elevating the magazine to new heights

To call Visionaire a magazine is like calling Lawrence of Arabia a movie. They take the medium and elevate it to another level — literally. Oftentimes the issues aren’t even books, printed on paper or even contain readable text. For instance, some “issues” have included the Sound Issue (53) which consisted of five 12″ vinyls […]