Our man Omar Linx has been on a tear recently and now he’s taking it to a new level. Linking up with the one and only Diplo on his new track entitled “Doctor Jekyll,” Linx shines brighter than ever. Have a listen – you won’t regret it.
I went to Primavera Sound a few years ago and got a 2 litre pop bottle filled with Vodka in by throwing it over the fence to a buddy. About halfway through the bottle and after a few bumps of M off a pocket knife we were drawn to the Beach House set. It was magical. Their new single Sparks, off the upcoming ‘Depression Cherry’ set for release on Sub Pop – 8/28/15, brought that spring night in Barcelona back.
Words by: Dave Ace Dean
Loving the visuals for Halifax duo ‘Cousins‘ video for their track Mess – it’s a delicious mix of condiments and seafood that turns very, very messy.
Their album “The Halls of Wickwire” is out on Hand Drawn Dracula (CAN) and Badabing Records (USA). Check them out if you’re in Calgary, June 24th at the Royal Canadian Legion #1.
Words by Dave Dean
Bizarre Beyond Belief Magazine Issue #19 features interviews with Street Art & Graffiti, Myneandyours, Frost45, James Rawson, Alex Garant, DAZE, Lauren YS and BRAY1 along with image features on Dirty Safes, Bench Report Vol. 1 by CRSPPHOTO, Mural Festival and El Mac x Todd Mazer in Boston. Click the LINK or the image below to read for free!
Our main man, Omar LinX has been taking the music world by storm as a visionary by fusing rock, rap and dance music into one vision. His new tune “The Wild,” produced by Fytch and Kushberry, has all of the elements to make your ears orgasm. Along with the incredible sound, The animation for the video “The Wild,” directed by Peter Huang, is a highlight reel of a juxtaposition between violence and beauty.
Artist Boa Mistura recently created an incredible anamorphic typographic installation that spelled out a line from an Enrique Cabezón poem. The phrase “mírate a través de este poema de agua” was on display this past march as part of the ‘Concéntrico’ Architecture and Design Festival of Logroño, Spain. In order to read the entire phrase visitors had to walk around a group of white painted pillars and only in a certain portion of four different spots the colorful words became legible.