One of our main men, Luke McCutcheon, just finished wrapping up the new video “Pretty Boy” for the Montreal-based indie band, Young Galaxy. Young Galaxy has been really creating a lot of buzz with their new album “Ultramarine” and we’re sure if you haven’t heard it already, you’ll be jamming out to it all day.
In South Dakota teacher’s have guns now. In Vancouver girls are still in 3 piece bands. Pitchfork ain’t up on these and I wanna dance on the eastern seaboard.
If this issue doesn’t blow your socks off, we don’t know what will. With a list of artists that are increasingly becoming some of the most influential names in the game, issue #7 is guaranteed to impress. Including names such as CROME [RT] , Andrew McAttee [Incandescent Artists] , Toronto Graffiti Spotlight, Rakaa [Iriscience] of the Dilated Peoples, Poesia Transcend, Michael Chase and last but not least ASKEW ONE [TMD, SUK, MSK]. Get ready for a visual explosion and stimulation reading. Read the full thing HERE or click image.
For a number of years now we’ve been absolutely obsessed with GWAR. Seen them live a few times and watched hours on end of their hilarious videos. We got a chance to sit down with Dave Brockie (a.k.a. Oderus Urungus) in the summer and interviewed him for our 4th issue. A must-read if you haven’t already.
New York- JANUARY 25, 2013. Just announced! In addition to the live musical talent of Nima Yamini, Kid Mess, ILLE and Imanos on Saturday January 26, 2013, will be an Art Exhibit featuring Hanksy and Matthew Rowean from 10:00PM-12:00AM. Presented by AvenueA Soundcheck and taking place at the Aksel Loft in Tribeca New York, the evening will kick off with an Art Exhibit followed by the sounds of Trap in Tribeca.
Some good old fashion hip-hop music and shit load of destruction from Snak The Ripper and Onyx (Sticky Fingaz & Fredro Starr)
We here at Bizarre Beyond Belief had a chance to work (again) with the fantastic band Azores from Toronto. We got to follow them around to shoot a video for their hard-hitting song “Gold Pens” from their “Live From Hoboken” album. This album is also for sale on their bandcamp page with all proceeds being donated to hurricane Sandy relief. We hope you enjoy the video and support an amazing cause.