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Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Random Netfindings



I got asked to take clicks of my good friend Has.One while he painted this one man goliath.

Head over here, check him out and wait for the finished piece to be posted.

1 Bruv.

Sunday, 25 April 2010

My World Is.....

Forgotten about this GEM of an album....

Sampling Soul

Watch It.


Lost car keys, 3 hour searches, ride in the back of a fed car and a £50 thai take out.

Good day at the office.


Bonkers Booze

Warrior Spiritual

New hopes for knowledge and peace are there.

Ok, so maybe not one of Guru's all time greatest verses, but this instrum has been banging in my head since the first day i heard it rotate on the Coroner's tables.

Word to the Father and Mother Earth.

R.I.P Guru.

Sunday, 18 April 2010


Mucking about on a sunday evening.......

Apologies for the weak handstyles.

Friday, 16 April 2010


Ok, so this might be the greatest thing i've ever seen.

The Ultra Boys, for those who know, need no introduction.

Here, they have created a whole subway scene, complete with platform, moving train and full colour burners. All orchestrated and completed at the start of one of the Ajax games.....

Makes going out and painting a full colour piece at your local hof pretty wak.....

Main Cors!

Some killer flyer design work from my boy Corsini.

Uh... what now?

Stolen from 45rpm's blog.

Not sure i'd have been able to chill, use any kind of thought process and then take a perfectly focussed photograph. I'd be a tiny ploom of smoke and an acme hole in the wall sreaming in the distance like a little girl....

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Yum Yum

Gorsilla's at it again.....

Monday, 12 April 2010

Polaroid Funk

Johnny Papagallo is big in the game..........!

Work In Progress

Can you tell what it is yet?!

God knows if and when i'll finish this......

Critical Fabric

Ahoy there music fans.

Kasra's seemingly unstoppable assualt on the ears of drum and bass through his Critical record label has somehow stepped up another gear. After hosting the second room of Renegade Hardware's recent night at Area, he is bringing an almighty line-up of the most forward thinking producers to one venue.

A true jungle gentleman, i wish him and his artists all the best for what is surely set to be their year. Shouts for Critical to be label of year are already a pretty safe bet....


Sunday, 11 April 2010


While everyone else in the world seems to be outside embracing their shorts and sunglasses, i'm sitting in my basement studio, sunlight filtering in through the blinds and from the street above.

There has never been a better time to listen to Burial's entire back catalogue.

I'm bemused by how well this cold, morbid and chilling soundtrack to South London's streets works so well with my beautiful, quaint and picturesque suburban base. Perhaps it's because all i can actually see out the window is a few plants and a brick wall, knowing the street is up there somewhere and the world is probably revolving too.

Anyway, i digress. The point of this post is to bring to light some amazing quotes i've passed over this afternoon, all taken from the very few interviews Burial has ever given.

I feel i've finally found a spokesman.

Burial for Prime Minister.............

'If your well into tunes, your life starts to weave around them'

'I don’t really go on the internet, it’s like a ouija board, it’s like letting someone into your head, behind your eyes. It lets randoms in.'

'Being on your own listening to headphones is not a million miles away from being in a club surrounded by people, you let it in, you’re more open to it. Sometimes you get that feeling like a ghost touched your heart, like someone walks with you. In London, there’s a kind of atmosphere that everyone knows about but if you talk about it, it just sort of disappears.'

'If you alone could hear someone upset on the other side of the world, then maybe then you could do something about it. I was once in these mountains, you’d see these fires, other people sleeping out in the mountains, traders across the border, and that gives you this feeling, night time, awareness of other people sleeping. But all it is just a fire light. You see their firelight and you know they are there, that’s all you need. That’s what ties cities to places that aren’t together, deserts, forests, people. You watch over your city or area at night, you see the distant lights, fires burning in other places.'

'Some people, even when they’re quite young, and they’re in difficulty, maybe taking a battering in their life, but they still handle themselves with grace. I hope most people can be like that, hold it together, I wanted this album to be for people in that situation.'

'It's easy to fall away and fuck up and for many people there's no safety net. Sometimes one tune can mean everything, it's like a talisman.'

'I was going to give up, but she was sweet, telling me, ‘just do a tune, fuck everyone off, don’t worry about it.’ My dog died, and I was totally gutted about that. She was just like, ‘make a tune, cheer up, stay up late, make a cup of tea’. And I rang her mobile twenty minutes later and I’d made that ‘Archangel’ tune, and I was like, ‘I’ve made the tune, the tune you told me to make.’

'Where I’m from you're more likely to be sitting around talking about a Rufige Kru or 4hero tune, how much it meant to you, than some other kind of music. I like normal life. It’s weird now, people die and they’re still on Facebook or whatever the fuck else.'


Artist Profile : WordToMother from Andrew Telling on Vimeo.

Great little vid on Word To Mother, easily one of my favourite artists.

Saturday, 10 April 2010


Out to Adam...

Lovely to see you again, i promise i'll try to start doing less of the above, and start more interesting urban cool blogging......!

Safe yo.


Wed Wabbit!


Everybody loves the sunshine.........


Ollie Grove has a new site up, with an added blog section.

Very few times do i find something to write quite this passionately about. Ollie is probably one of the main reasons i do what i do. Meeting him a good few years back, i soon saw how amazing his talent was and how dedicated he was to getting better. It gave me the drive to try and understand my tools properly and actually attempt to progress at my trade. Very few people have such raw talent and keen eye for beautiful imagery, but Grove has these in abundence.

Go here NOW and check him out. Take in his work with dogs, the skill it takes to capture pictures like them and make sure you let as many people know young British photographers of this calibre exist.

Large up.

Thursday, 8 April 2010


ffound it somewhere


Simply Amazing....

Seriously, you need to find the time to watch this. It's fantastic!

Big shout to Debug for the heads up on this one.