The Game released one of his tracks from “Streets of Compton”, a soundtrack album for his new A&E show.
Full track list:
1. Support Compton (feat. J3 and Payso)
2. Roped Off (feat. Problem and Boogie)
3. Hit the News
5. Can’t Wait
6. Gang Signs
7. Unfollow Me B*tch (feat. Problem)
8. The Chronic (feat. AD & AV)
9. Like Me
10. Death Row Chain
11. For the Homies (feat. Micah & Payso)
Just a couple of days ago we´ve released a post with Occupanther´s music video “Down”. Musician Martin Brugger teamed up with Claire for this beautiful new piece of music and cinematography. Watch it here:
Written and Directed by Johannes Brugger
Creative Producer: Mario Clement
DOP & Grading: Clemens Krüger
In September 2014, Vincent Urban and Stefan Templer traveled to Lebanon to capture what life is like for Syrian refugees living in the Bekaa Valley. They were hosted by the humanitarian organisation Medair who has been helping newly arriving refugees primarily with establishing safe shelters since 2012. More information about Medair click here.
This film is a collections of sights and sounds from their experience in the informal settlements of the Bekaa Valley where more than 130.000 Syrian refugees are seeking safety. The government has been hesitant to allow formal refugee camps, so these families are living in makeshift shelters on rented farmland from Lebanese farmers with little to no amenities such as water and sanitation.
The Bekaa Valley is situated just an hour drive West to the capitol, Beirut, and just a few kilometers away from Damascus, the Syrian capitol. They also shot some surrounding landscapes and life in Beirut to show the visual and cultural context of the situation in Lebanon.
Directed & Edited by: Vincent Urban
Camera: Vincent Urban & Stefan Templer
Music: Ben Lukas Boysen – “Gravity”
MC Ninja and ¥o-Landi Vi$$er as DIE ANTWOORD with their music video “Ugly Boy” from the album “Donker Mag”. Slightly disturbing imagery as always but this time with hollywood celebrities taking over several roles. Dita Von Teese, Jack Black, Marilyn Manson, The ATL twins, Cara Delevingne and Flea have appearences.
Die Antwoord live in Germany:
19.01. Köln – Palladium
21.01. München – Zenith
23.01. Berlin – Columbiahalle
26.01. Offenbach – Stadthalle
On “Chimera” Munich musician Martin Brugger presents as Occupanther hymns for a new generation of slackers who no longer seek to justify their lethargy with the fine irony of a Beck Hansen. The age of irony is over anyway, declaring yourself as a ‘loser’ and thus refusing any kind of responsibility is quite simply not cutting it anymore. But neither does Brugger seek to take responsibility for this generation’s life in the fast lane and efficiency. His music probes too deep for a quick effect, takes a lot of time and itself seriously.
Performing simple tasks in a complex manner is what a Rube Goldberg machine is all about. Jason Paul is one of the world´s best freerunners and also a guy with a good humour. So he set-up in Hamburg together with his crew “Farang” and Red Bull the first human-powered Rube Goldberg machine. It´s not only fun watching it´s also a spectacular performance of Jason´s Freerunning skills – next level of Freerunning.
All hail the king! The “Baustelle” has a new regent. In the biggest session the world-famous street spot “Kulturforum” has ever seen, 50 skateboarders from 15 nations were fighting for the crown. The downhill course was certainly a skateboarder’s paradise. The Australian Shane O´Neill, came, saw and won — with an incredible combo of a nollie nosegrind at the long hubba, a perfect switchflip out of the kicker and a nollie backside heelflip at the stairs.
Kilian Martin and Brett Novak jointly created “Altered Route”, a skateboarding video that is more than just some nice tricks. Great images, an amazing edit and the emotional soundtrack lets every viewer dive deep into another dimension of skateboarding. Read the interview with Kilian and Brett here.
Art director Emilie of food and design blog “Griottes” has a love for color.
Check out her work for “Fricote” – a French culinary hipster guide to urban and street food. She created tarts in different Pantone shades, using the delicious color palette of fruits, vegetables, candies and chocolate. The tarts are designed to look exactly like the famous Pantone swatches, complete with white (sugar icing) bottom and their respective color code.
Find the recipes for all tarts in the latest issue of the super stylish Fricote magazine.
Lebanese designers Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibri established their company Bokja back in the year 2000, combining design classics such as the Eames Lounge Chair or Arne Jacobsen’s Egg with middle eastern vintage fabrics and tapestries. The beautiful and colorful designs are the perfect way to get in the mood for spring – also check out their blog featuring unusual art projects and current exhibitions in Beirut.
Dan Bergeron, aka fauxreel, is an artist based in Toronto who has been creating for the better part of a decade photo based street interventions. Within his project “face of the city” he used the distressed surfaces of walls in modern cities to create stunning portraits.
The artist says, “as the walls and surfaces of the city define its physical character and spatial identity, the faces of its inhabitants provide the city with its personality, disposition and magnetism. The fusion of these two entities will simultaneously expose the frailty of urban architecture and to a certain extent human existence, while conversely exploring the idea that beauty truly lies in the scars, wrinkles and blemishes of places we live and people we meet.”
L.E.T. is a franco german street art artist with homebase in Düsseldorf. Since 1992 he is specialised in stencils and paste ups and was one of the first street art artists in Germany. L.E.T. stands for Les Enfants Terribles, what was a synonym for misfits and eccentrics in the art scene.