Blog Post Category Archive (Music)

  1. New Release: Methyl Ethel- No.28

    Perth band  Methyl Ethel have shared their first music in eighteen months with their  new single ‘No. 28. The video which has dark romantic undertones to the story is produced by Meriah Schultz and  Josh Olson and directed by Olivier

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  2. DANA LEE NEW YORK SS16 CAPSULE COLLECTION

    The lookbook that we produced for Dana Lee New York’s current collection just came out today. In homage to amazing modern day families, we had the opportunity to photograph artist Elizabeth McIntosh with her partner producer Stephen Murray and their adorable kids

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  3. Tonight: The Emerald- Bird Sanctuary/ Vinyl Collections

    The guys that brought you the classy Wednesday nights ‘ Cheap & Easy’  at The London Pub  has now brought you  Bird Sanctuary at The Emerald(555 Gore) once a month.  They will be sharing their vinyl collection but probably not

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  4. THE BERNARD SHAKEY FILM RETROSPECTIVE: NEIL YOUNG ON SCREEN

    The Cinematheque (Vancouver) JULY 31 /AUGUST 1-4, 6, 10 “It’s really such a great thing to have this program of Bernard Shakey’s films … He’s really an amazing filmmaker.” JIM JARMUSCH The Bernard Shakey Film Retrospective: Neil Young On Screen

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  5. FLASHBACK FRIDAY: HAWAII’S GREATEST HITS

    No better way to ease into the weekend than with some awesome surf music by Leo Addeo and His Orchestra. Read Hell Beelzbub’s thoughtful album review for Hawaii’s Greatest Hits  from 01 Issue 3 here.

  6. PLANTASIA

    It’s flashback friday and a perfect time to listen to Mort Garson’s Plantasia from 1976. An album of music for plants and people who love them.  

  7. NEW YORK PORTRAIT SERIES #6- COREY OLSEN

    Writer Aidan Johnston talks to photographer Corey Olsen about growing up in Maine, going to punk shows in the basement,  and blasting Black Sabbath in the car with his dad.(Portrait by Aaron Wynia) What’s the best excuse you ever made up?

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  8. Opening tonight: La Fondation Pierre Bergé-HEDI SLIMANE SONIC

    The Hedi Slimane exhibition ‘Sonic’ opens tonight at La Fondation Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent. The music themed retrospective will exhibit Hedi Slimane’s portraits, a video installation and a limited edition book will accompany the exhibition. The show focuses on

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  9. 1971: Neil Young Performs live on The Johnny Cash Show

    On a rainy Saturday such as this a bit of Neil Young always brings up the spirit…. Neil Young performing “The Needle and the Damage Done” and “Journey Through The Past” on the Johnny Cash show in 1971. Check it

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  10. Til Oct 4th: Rennie Collection- Rodney Graham

    Vancouver based artist Rodney Graham has a solo show on at the ‘Rennie Collection- Wing Sang’ until October 4th showing pieces from the artist works in several media – film, video, photography, painting, sculpture, sound, text, and installation. Graham’s show was a

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  11. Marianne Faithfull becomes the face for Saint Laurent Music Project

    Hedi Slimane has found his new muse for the latest edition of Saint Laurent Music Project: British singer-songwriter and ’60s style icon Marianne Faithfull.  The music project, which began last year, features celebrated iconic rock stars wearing  pieces from the

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  12. Devil’s Toy Redux: 14 directors in 14 different cities

      The Devil’s Toy was one of the first skateboarding films ever made in 1966 and is considered a cult classic.  The stylistic short documentary was dedicated “to all victims of intolerance” depicts the dawn of skateboarding in Montreal. A new

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