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A couple weeks ago I had the pleasure of sitting down over Skype with the filmmaker behind Delta Heavy’s “Get By” music video. Ian Robertson is a 24-year-old recent graduate of Glasgow University in Scotland, winner of the young directors award at Cannes, and currently does freelance work for Sigma Films. How long have you been making stop-motion films? While [...]
To be honest, this weekend has left me speechless. What The Festival blew my expectations of what the ideal festival could be. The atmosphere, geographical landscape, and musical curation were all top notch. Forget the cluster-fuck and in-your-face commercialism of Sasquatch and Coachella, What The Festival just took the festival game to a whole new level.
It's no secret, craft brewing is a staple of life in the Pacific Northwest. It's also no secret that great beer is the perfect complement to great music. As in turns out, we happen to really love both. Therefore, we've decided to launch a new project, one that involves extraordinary beer.
After the success of his previous skateboard deck line Skate Moss, Jeff Gaudinet has just launched his newest addition to beautiful women on skateboards. Skate Upton is a collection of skate decks with the gorgeous Kate Upton posing on one or five decks. For your viewing pleasure, Gaudinet has posted online all of the concept decks of Kate Tweet
Xbox SmartGlass is a new app for smartphones and tablets that allows you to interact with your Xbox in a new way. This app allows your Xbox to stream movies, music, internet browsing, etc. from your Xbox to your mobile devices. SmartGlass will also allow for your devices to act as a second screen to use during gaming. The app [...]
Today I bring you the next evolutionary stage in the way we interact with our computers, The Leap. Since the birth of computers we have been using the mouse or touch pad to navigate our notebooks, but now with today’s sensory technology we can enhance our computer use. This is what the makers of the Leap have to say: Leap [...]
Jawbone just released a bigger and better upgraded version of their previously released Wireless Jambox Smartspeaker. Their new speaker is called the Wireless Jambox Big Smartspeaker and is upgraded in many different ways. The new speaker now put’s out 110 decibels over the previous 85. The new Jambox also has 2 speakers and 2 subwoofers inside of it. Not only [...]
This years’ unprecedented 2-hour sellout of the inaugural double-weekend Coachella Arts & Music Festival set the tone for things to come, and the 2012 edition certainly didn’t disappoint. With many big-name artists unveiling new live sets, unheard tunes, and of course, holograms of deceased rappers, there are always fresh attractions that set Coachella apart from other music festivals. While these [...]
Have you ever considered the possibilities of using your iPhone as a breathalyzer? Imagine being out on a weekend bender and being able to gauge your sobriety and/or ability to drive. Imagine being able to just simply goof off with your buddies about who got more shit faced (note: we are in no way advising this). The novelty of the [...]
A Look Back At SnowGlobe: Day 1 A Look Back At SnowGlobe: Day 2 After two full days of raging, there was still yet another night to conquer. Day three was the long awaited close of 2011. As we celebrated the final hours of 2011, we were overtaken by another round of dance music excellence. Yes, I’m sure that [...]