Archive for April, 2011

Parkour in the 30′s

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011
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Horror Vacui #8 By Erosie

Monday, April 18th, 2011

Another stop-motion by Erosie, music by Martyn:

Limited Addiction x Club Autonomic

Monday, April 18th, 2011

I’m extremely proud to announce yet another collab. I was approached by the kind people over at Club Autonomic to produce these premium quality threads. You probably know the Autonomic podcasts, aptly titled ‘Layers’ and in case you don’t you should just head over there asap and kill your bandwith just like 60.000 others do every time a Layer is released as it’s all must-hear material. Club Autonomic isn’t called a movement in vain. With people like Instra:Mental & DBridge running things alongside long-time lyrical collaborator SP:MC and links to the entire Exit & NonPlus families boundaries are crushed and genres are mere memories. The t-shirts will be limited to 50 of each design and will soon be available at the Autonomic website and will most likely sell out within weeks. Needless to say all t-shirts received the Limited Addiction treatment, screenprinted on sweatshop-free cotton, complete with sleevetags, neckprints, custom hangtags, stickers, buttons… the works! Now without further ado, scroll down an see the tees for yourself!

Jon Convex Podcast!

Monday, April 18th, 2011

Jon Convex, half of Instra:Mental at the helm for Fact’s latest podcast. Ties in nicely with Limited Addiction’s next collab release aka the Autonomic t-shirt! Pics of those in the next post. Enjoy them while listening to this!

http://soundcloud.com/factmag/fact-mix-240-jon-convex-apr-11/s-6zpBN

Instra:Mental RA Podcast

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

Hot on the heels of their debut album Resolution 653, Instra:Mental mix up a selection of cuts new and old for the latest installment of Resident Advisor’s legendary series of podcasts. Download it here.

As RA’s Richard Carnes pointed out at the beginning of last year, Alex Green and Damon Kirkham, AKA Instra:mental, have been responsible for some of the most exciting drum & bass of recent vintage. Teaming up with dBridge, they’re responsible for the Autonomic sound, an open-ended approach that has taken in a celebrated podcast, a revered mix for fabric and a club brand that is now getting booked around the world. Nowadays, though, they’re interested in creating just about anything but: electro, techno, dubstep and anything that defies description is what you’ll find on their new album, Resolution 653. As the world of electronic music seems more open to eclecticism than just about any time in memory, it’s clear that things are only going to get bigger for the duo.

Cranium Corporate Identity by Toko

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Wow, just wow…Cranium corporate id by Limited Addiction favorite Toko

Brogen Averill

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

NZ designer Brogen Averill made the poster below and an incredible website full of other stuff you should see!

Next collab hangtags and stickers have arrived

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Gearing up for yet another collab. This time I was approached by a certain UK-based creative movement… Can’t wait to get pics of the actual t-shirts but for now you’ll have to settle for a couple of teaser pics of the hangtags and sticker that will come with the t-shirt. 100 will be available to the public. But more on that when time is due. Check back very soon as all will be unveiled in a couple of days!

Going solo

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Words from the wise…

Andy Stott’s long-awaited return

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

I marked may 16th in big fat black marker as that very day Andy Stott’s double-pack titled Passed Me By will drop on the man’s Modern Love imprint. If Fact Magazine’s review of the yet to drop gem is anything near accurate, which it most likely is, I can’t wait to hear it and just like every Stott release that preceded it, it will most likely sell out within days. Rarely do I get excited about releases anymore as much as I do at this very moment so pardon my little rant here. I’m off to indulge myself in his back catalogue to ready myself for this.