My homeboy Pat is back with a banging mixtape, reppin the Brigade x Ringleaders collab! Its not product, its a spiritual thing. Ringleaders is my soccer team, Brigade is the supporters group. Its an idea. Like Tyrese said, water and ideas are the closest thing to God. Yup. Download here!!!
1. Section 25 – Inside Out
2. The Clash – The Guns of Brixton
3. Au Pairs – Armagh
4. The Slits – I Heard It through the Grapevine
5. Gang of Four – It’s Her Factory
6. Devo – Freedom of Choice
7. Elvis Costello – The Beat
8. Violent Femmes – Add It Up
9. Cabaret Voltaire – Kneel to the Boss
10. Television – Little Johnny Jewel (Parts 1 & 2)
I always loved Jake The Snake. I am sad about the things I hear about him. But yo, last time I checked, I am not God, so Its not my business to judge him. Jake The Snake was sooooooooo cool. I was scared of him to be honest. I was 5 years old when I first watched him on the TV. Think about it, he use to enter the arena with a Boa on his back named Damien.
He use to wear a trench coat and leather pants during his promo shoots.
He had conversations with a coffin.
He even buried The Ultimate Warrior alive! Please notice is snake cowboy boots! True rock star yo!!!
Its sad how he is right now though:( Regardless, I’ll always love this dude. His ring presence and psychology was beyond.
Young Healers presents The Uneternal by Kristopher Helton
Young Healers is a publishing venture that focuses on emerging photographers through print zines. The objective is to publish monthly issues that coincide with a gallery launch for the corresponding edition. Each issue will feature the work of an up-and-coming photographer, some shooting specifically for the project, others selecting photos from their existing portfolio.
Founded and curated by Daniel Pelissier, Young Healers is the natural progression from his personal photography zine, Society Suckers. Young Healers moves to further underline the DIY aesthetic and the importance of zines as a direct, accessible medium, seeking to provide support and promotion for the chosen artists and their respective themes and ideals.
Next week at Off The Hook!!!
My true homey Narcy just dropped a mixtape. VERY INSPIRING INTRO!!!
Mr. Asthmatic is a project of Love and Lament, Passion and Pain, Addiction and Asthma, Hope and Health. It is about a boy with Asthma and dreams growing up to be a man filled with the breath of life through music. Serving as the Narcicysts’ re-introduction, this mixtape is the fresh air needed amidst tight-chested cultural spaces we create for artists.
With original self-produced tracks such as ” Paranoid Araboy” -a play on Radioheads’ Paranoid Android, both sonically and lyrically-Narcy has opened up his heart and cleared his chest through spiritual and personal lyrics over his brooding production. Over classic beats by Dilla, 9th Wonder and many more, he also doesn’t gasp at reworking your favorites into new life. With uncanny breath control that is depleting the oxygen around him one bar at a time, and an limitless staccato-flow, Narcy’s inspiration will have you feeling…well, inspired to exhale and live life a bit.
Big up to Faker from Paris!!! My main man!!! Keep’em coming brutha!!!
For its 45th issue (November-December), CLARK MAGAZINE is claiming its post-pop influences! Clark turned to the American artistKAWS to realise an exclusive cover inspired by the work he will be showing at the Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin from the 6th of November to the 23rd of December 2010 in Paris.
In this issue’s summary you will get acquainted with the artist JOSÉ PARLÀ in his own studio, the French artist CYPRIEN CHABERTand his invitation to travel, the New-York photographer TIM BARBER who’s about to expose at the OHWOW Gallery of Miami, the French photographer DIMITRI COSTE, the very “gonflé” artistJEFF KOONS, the American designer ADAM KIMMEL and the poetic art of TERENCE KOH.
Also, come away with the artist JR and live exclusively for CLARK the installation of his Shanghai exhibition, discover interviews and portfolios of the Swiss BENI BISHOF, the young photographerBENJAMIN DAVID SHERRY, but also immerse yourself inside the world of the PANOS, Chicanos inmates who deliver drawings as rough as the environment they live in.
On the music side, read and listen to interviews with BOOBA, ZOMBIE ZOMBIE, THE SHOES and many others.
And of course, you will still find our news pages, fashion, style, books…
Since 2001, CLARK MAGAZINE is the first creative subculture magazine to be found on the stands every 2 months.