Our friend Trevz over at The New Pop shot and directed a video for George Dubeouf featuring legendary artist and musician Mr. Kaves. In it Kaves discusses what it was like growing up in Brooklyn in the late 70’s and how this influenced his creative trajectory.
Archive for: "Interviews"
In a recent edition of “The Tanning Effect,” Pharrell sat down for an interview with Steve Stoute and discussed growing up in Virgina Beach, his experience producing Justin Timberlake’s Justified album, and how he ended up partnering with Marc Jacobs to design a line of sunglasses.
Amon is a music producer and percussionist who has shared the stage with a wide range of internationally acclaimed artists. Known for his sizzling, West-African-fueled performances, he has been generating buzz with his group Analog Players Society.
Trevor “Trevz” Bayack is a Brooklyn-born filmmaker and video-blogging pioneer who produces riveting short-form web documentaries.
The good folks over at Dubspot have graced us with another one of their exclusive podcasts. This time around they feature an interview and DJ mix by OP!, a dancefloor veteran known for his uplifting blends of Hip Hop, House, Neo-Soul, Broken Beat and other genres.
Watch an interview with legendary movie poster designer Bill Gold and browse some of his notable posters of yesteryear.
Women of the Underground: Music—Cultural Innovators Speak for Themselves is a series of 20 interviews with influential female musicians from a variety of genres ranging from rock, punk, goth, industrial, ska, performance art and more.
Anthony Larrisey is an internationally-acclaimed body painter whose work spans the worlds of Fashion, Film, Photography, Television, Events and Private commissions.
Krunk Pony is an NYC-based DJ, graphic designer & party promoter who is known to set dancefloors ablaze with her upbeat mashups of boogie, breaks, funk, disco and classics. She is also the founder & curator of Krunk Tips, “funky life advice for the unusually krunk.”
Anya Porter’s passion for dance, yoga and overall spiritual & physical wellness led her to found Breakti, an ongoing workshop in NYC most simply described as a fusion of Breakin’ and yoga.
Alex Gilliam is a national expert on K-12 design education and the founder of Public Workshop, an organization dedicated to helping individuals, schools and communities achieve great things through design and maximize its potential as a tool for positive social change.