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Levon Vincent podcast for Little White Earbuds

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

Just like everything else he touches, this podcast is pure gold! Great way to start the new year!


Pinterest & Mixcloud

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Limited Addiction is on Pinterest & Mixcloud as well now.

Limited Addiction – April Mix by Limited Addiction on Mixcloud


Sunday, April 15th, 2012

The importance of packaging… When you can make moss look so good I’d actually be willing to fork out $26,00, you know you did a great job!

Get yours here

Eats Everything

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Been immersing myself in the output of Bristolian Eats Everything. Fans of fellow Bristolian and label mate Julio Bashmore will probably be familiar with the man whose releases for Futureboogie (as half of Coat Of Arms), Pets & Dirtybird have been cut from the same bass-heavy cloth. Got to know him through his Entrance Song release out on the Pets label. Anyway as Zappa eloquently put it, you can’t dance to architecture, I’ll let the music do the talking. Here’s a mix he did for Fabric:





And as half of Coat Of Arms:

Coat Of Arms – October – November 2011 Mix by Coat Of Arms Mixtapes

Splitscreen: A Love Story

Friday, July 29th, 2011

Shot entirely on a Nokia mobile phone:


Saturday, January 22nd, 2011



Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Here’s one for all you old school arcade heads:

Available here

This Is Studio

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

This Is Studio is a multi-disciplinary design practice out of London. Some great work on their website!

Busta Rhymes @ Zoo York Mixtape 1

Monday, June 7th, 2010
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Mark Jenkins

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Another personal favorite: Mark Jenkins with some thought-provoking work.

Took this quote from Wikipedia:

“There is opposition, and risk, but I think that just shows that street art is the sort of frontier where the leading edge really does have to chew through the ice. And it’s good for people to remember public space is a battleground, with the government, advertisers and artists all mixing and mashing, and even now the strange cross-pollination taking place as street artists sometimes become brands, and brands camouflaging as street art creating complex hybrids or impersonators. I think it’s understanding the strangeness of the playing field where you’ll realize that painting street artists, writers, as the bad guys is a shallow view. As for the old bronzes, I really don’t see them as part of what’s going on in the dialogue unless addressed by a new intervention. “

Lots more here