A new short film about the record collection of J Dilla. Interviews with local Detroit record shop owners and various friends and collaborators. Worth watching just to follow up on some of the tunes and some of the sleeves that get pulled out and talked about.
A glimpse into the studio of Theo Parrish
The guy behind one of the best blogs around, fucknfilthy has been working at Warehouse Project recently and has taken some real nice behind the scenes photos.
Check out the rest of them here - http://fucknfilthy.com/2012/10/07/a-weekend-at-the-warehouse-project/
The continually fresh Ours Skate Co have just restocked their online shop with some of new tees, crews and some wooly hats to keep your heed warm in the coming winter months. As well as the new clothes there’s also super 8 skate video in the works. Something to keep you’re eye on.
Documentary about Fela Kuti and his Africa 70 band. History of the MOP party and Fela’s political activism. Tonnes of sick live footage and interviews. Well worth a watch.
We Were Once a Fairytale (short)
Lakai - Fully Flared (video documentary)
I’m Here (short)
Amarillo by Morning (documentary short)
Chocolate - Hot Chocolate (video documentary)
Beastie Boys - Sabotage (video short)
Scenes from the Suburbs (short)
The Pharcyde - The Best of The Pharcyde (video documentary)
Girl - Yeah Right (video)
How They Get There (short)
Blind - Video Days (video short)
via The Benjamins
An exhibition of new work by
The Old Ambulance Depot
77 Brunswick Street, Edinburgh
Preview Friday 4th May 7-9pm
Open daily 10 - 5pm
To coincide with the opening of The Onaway Trust Library, artists David Lemm, Jamie Johnson and Al White invite you to an exhibition of new works concerned with the study and re-imagining of themes found within the histories and cultures of indigenous peoples.
Rather than didactic illustrations, the outcomes are informed interpretations where new narratives are implied and the viewer invited to explore an archive of enigmatic yet engaging artifacts that reference archaic ritual, arcane practice and point to lost knowledge that is at the limits of reality as we understand it.