Thursday, June 25, 2009

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Summer Suite


Summer Suite is a 40-minute jazz fusion piece produced and arranged by Madlib, under the name The Last Electro-Acoustic Space Jazz & Percussion Ensemble. This suite is a single track comprised of four major sections and several different themes, altogether feeling similar to, more more cohesive, than one of Madlib's jazz mixtapes. “Electro-acoustic space jazz” itself is a fitting description.
The Last Electro-Acoustic Space Jazz & Percussion Ensemble, a faceless and nameless collective in Madlib's self-created world of jazz groups, was debuted on the album Yesterdays Universe (2007). The compilation marked the end of Madlib's first series of jazz records, the Yesterdays New Quintet cycle (2000-2007), and the beginning of a new era, an evolved sound, and many new names: The Last Electro, Jackson Conti, Young Jazz Rebels, Jahari Masaba Unit, Kamala Walker and the Soul Tribe.
Summer Suite was originally created in 2007 and given a limited release in CD-R form for buyers of Yesterdays Universe in 2007. The Last Electro's long-delayed album Miles Away is still planned for release.
Fall Suite will be released near the end of this summer.
buy HERE straight from StonesThrow Records!
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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Banksy VS Bristol

to all the people who take pride killing whales (because eveyone know that's what makes you walk taller).
that just nod their head when something is dictated to them.
live life - just because, no goals.







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Makes your hybrid look evil!


It's these little inventions that make you go, wow! gas prices are rising again and this just seems to fit the time just right.

Smug about your 65 mpg Prius potential? Don't be. A little car from up-start Riversimple looks set to deliver the equivalent of 300 mpg, running on hydrogen and utilizing a network of small fuel cells to power four motors, one per wheel. The recently unveiled prototype manages 240 miles on just 2.2 lbs of hydrogen, has a top speed of 50 mph, seats two (reasonably) comfortably, and looks a little like a smiling, new-age Citroen 2CV -- but will hopefully be a more enjoyable to drive. That considerable range means that the relative lack of hydrogen distribution stations is less of a problem (until you can get one for your garage), and an estimated monthly lease price of just £200 (about $330) makes it potentially affordable. The only question now is availability of the cars themselves, and since nobody's talking about that you needn't worry about delaying that appointment with your local Toyota dealer.


*from endgadget.com



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Friday, June 12, 2009

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

The Cleveland Show!

Yeap! you read RIGHT! Cleveland is getting his own show!





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What? No hugs?!

So a bunch of schools all over the nation are banning hugs. I know many of these kids do much more then hugging while in school that may be to obscene, but hugging? Really? What do you think?

these are a few videos on the subject.






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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

It will blow your mind!

It's sad to say that these next artists shown are stil tied to those that write their name on a neighborhood wall just to "claim" territory. Maybe an eye-opener to show you the other side of graffiti art. It's really amazing work that needs to be seen. Who said art had to be all pretty in a frame in your living room?









for full link go here!


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The Real Tuesday Weld





Please pay these peeps some serious attention anyway you can.





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She's on another level

So. Her name is Julia Dales. And she's on some MIKE PATTON & RHAZEL LEVEL!
i think that about sums it up.





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