Cab from airport to hotel
Perfect temperature beach
Lincoln Road dash
Wow, she can be annoying!
Discovery of flipped over Barry McGee truck (not really on show) at Margulies Collection.
Big Nara dishes at the Rubell Collection.
Experimenting with the iPhone 5
The thing I loved most was that they fucked up. Not terribly but enough that one was able to tell it was really live. As they built the rhythms, one effected sound, like a decaying or delayed echo on a click would be it the wrong place. It was like when I'm mixing two records together & they are not quite synced, so I'd be creating a "wrong" patten & wouldn't know how to get out of it.
Mark's art may not be for everyone but it totally connects with me.
If you also love twisted content & vivid colors laid down with exceptional skill, dont sleep on this exhibition.
Below are just few of the works I enjoyed.
Who's going to sue who now..
Even though I was in London for most of the 80's, their tracks Moody & UFO had an incredible impact & influence on me as a DJ learning about grooves & tempo.
They were a favorites of the 80's downtown NY club scene & regulars at legendary venues such as Danceteria & Mudd Club.
To know more, here's their Wiki & Discogs
With a ton of other Brooklyn heads, family friend José Parlá (with brother Rey) celebrated the unveiling of his unbelievably beautiful new mural at the Barclay Center Arena.
Hearing José give his speech was quite emotional for a lot of us who've known the brothers Parlá since they became neighbors & friends.
I dont have the vocabulary to describe the experience of
watching a little of The Clock!
I know this is old news for many but this morning I sat at the MoMA from 10.47am till 12.07pm but sincerely wished I could watch the full 24 hours.
Words like genius & unbelievable are so over used, that they dont have the impact that I wish they had for me right now, this work of art is ex·traor·di·nar·y.
Its playing at the MoMA till Jan 21 & I think they are running it sometimes for 24 hours too.