Posts Tagged "video"


School’s (Finally) Out For Summer

School’s (Finally) Out For Summer


Posted on Jul 7, 2014 in blog, etc.

So classes for Summer Session I wrapped up last Monday, grades were turned in Tuesday. I am officially off until August 25th. With nearly two months off, I didn’t want the first day of class to arrive and think, “What did I do all summer?” with no good answer. So I have put together of things I want to do over my summer vacation.   Visit my sister. This is actually happening on Thursday. Me and mom are going to...

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Låpsley


Posted on Jun 28, 2014 in blog, music, video

Uhm, I can’t get enough of her. I could walk you Two for the taking You can have it all at once if you make it sane Its gonna drive you back down the roads and the streets and pavements Stamping your ground and the rules that shaped us Well i will ring you up Say i want you back chat back stab say i never wanted that Its just inevitable distance Twisted bitterness Give her two months she’ll be over that ’cause i could walk you...

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Action Bronson- Saaab Stories

Action Bronson- Saaab Stories


Posted on Jun 20, 2013 in blog, music, video

It has been a grip of years since I actually paid for music. I don’t really even use torrents, but for years it was nothing but mixtapes and when I was over that I listen to streams or free music or Pandora. The last album I purchased was Roc Marciano‘s Marcberg. (Money well spent.) A few days ago, one of the few recent rappers I have really been feeling (no Jason Collins) has been Action Bronson. He is relatively new, at...

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This is an excerpt from Episode 1 of Astro Black, a 4-channel video installation informed by the history and politics of Afrofuturism. Early hip-hop culture was heavily influenced by the intergalactic mythologies of Sun Ra and George Clinton, and Episode 1 seeks to draw out these connections. Set in 1974 in the South Bronx, the episode begins in a neighbourhood centre where Sun Ra is discussing his ideas about the intersection of...

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