Worldwide Festival is back in the Lion city on the 27th and 28th of August '10 for two WF sessions of cutting edge grooves by the best of today's inspired artists. For the first time ever the whole of Zouk will be transformed into a festival complex with one ticket giving you access to all the different spaces all united by the WF spirit, music & vibe.
Artists already confirmed are: Dam Funk, Jazztronik, Dorian Concept, dOP, Zed Bias aka Maddslinky, Ikonika, Lefto, Gilles Peterson, Jeremy Boon, Andrew Chow, djB, Tony Tay, Hong, Eclipse, Ghetto, Syndicate, Kaye, Funk Bastard, KFC, Pushin' On, Michaela Therese. Tickets are available at ZOUK BOX OFFICE, 17 Jiak Kim Street, Singapore 169420.
I'll be playing at Winebar from 1.30am onwards on 28th (Sat) just after the Syndicate DJs kickstart at 10pm, so expect the mish-mash of influences throughout the night.
Friday, August 27, 2010
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Are you a skeptic when it comes to the supernatural world? This site dispels all the myths, well hopefully. Get acquainted with the spooky one, tag all the places where ghosts have been sighted and share your experiences. It's called ghost tagging. And it's for those who want to avoid them can avoid them, now isn't that useful? Ironically it's the ghost month of the Chinese lunar calendar. Folklore or fiction? You decide.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Dreaming with... takes place over the UK August bank holiday (August 27-30), and is the first in a series of annual festivals which aim to explore the relationship between music and art. Lavelle (aka UNKLE) is curating this first one, and will bring together works from an extensive list of his collaborators over the years, including Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones (artwork from UNKLE's latest album Where Did The Night Fall shown top), Jonathan Glazer, Futura, Ben Drury, Kai and Sunny, Oswaldo Macia, Nathan Coley, Simon Birch and Jamie Shovlin. Each artist will create a new artwork inspired by music composed for the project by UNKLE, and the music and art will be combined in the gallery space.
John Hillcoat’s video for The Answer starring Ray Winstone.
Saviours and Angels, however, is that rarest of things - a music video (or to be more precise: a short film set to music) that has been thought over as much as the track(s) it showcases, and can be viewed entirely independently, brimming with artistic merit of its own as it is. The three parts, directed by Paul Andrew Wilson, fit together to form a short film triptych that provides a relentlessly bleak look at urban alienation in Britain, in which each segment features an exclusive UNKLE song.
There are also three new UNKLE tracks which are featured can be downloaded for free.
(via Creative Review)
Monday, August 16, 2010
Scott Sternberg's Band of Outsiders has come to represent one of America's best contemporary men's labels. The brand has effectively maintained preppy cues to the past all while continuing on a considered modern aesthetic. Here's an insight into his personality and brand. (via Hypebeast)
Sunday, August 15, 2010
Matthew Dear's latest long player. What's interesting is his third studio release, Ghostly International proudly introduces its newest label release format, the totem. More than a mere limited edition, the totem is a proposal, an entreaty to listeners everywhere to reconsider our relationship to music in the digital era. In producing an object as the embodiment of Black City, Matthew Dear and Ghostly International suggest a new path through which one's physical relationship to an album is again explored.