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    23.10.2014 by

    Marvel’s finest are returning to the big screen. Get your first look at the dude Ultron on a mission to tear apart all your favourite superheroes and the rest of the world in the official trailer. Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” in theaters May 2015.


    22.10.2014 by

    King Kubrick’s philosophically ambitious, technically innovative and visually stunning cinematic milestone is one of the finest films ever made. Co-written by the director and novelist Arthur C Clarke, the film charts the progress of ‘civilisation’ through the influence of mysterious black monoliths on prehistoric apes developing their skills and, later, on astronauts involved in a secret mission to Jupiter. Characteristic of Kubrick’s interest in evolution and artificial intelligence (most notably in the astronauts’ battle of wits with troublesome computer HAL 9000), the film also displays his desire for technical perfection: Geoffrey Unsworth’s camerawork, Douglas Trumbull’s pioneering effects and the production design remain enormously impressive to this day. But what’s perhaps most striking is the audacity of the measured, largely dialogue-free storytelling, with Kubrick allowing the judiciously chosen music (Ligeti, Khachaturian, the two Strausses) and the crisp, balletic beauty of the images to work their spell. A cinematic milestone, and a huge influence on the development of the sci-fi genre.

    2001: A Space Odyssey is scheduled to return to UK cinemas this November as part of Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder. Ahead of its limited re-release, the British Film Institute digitally remastered scenes from Stanley Kubrick’s classic space opera and created its own unique trailer, making the nearly 50-year-old movie look brand new. Watch below.


    22.10.2014 by

    Preem and Nickel Nine are PRhyme. Album coming soon. ’94 shit!


    20.10.2014 by

    Norwegian music wonder child Lido has been making noise non-stop in the run up to his debut “I Love You” EP, released on the critically acclaimed Pelican Fly label. Hitting it spot on with remixes of Justin Timberlake, S-Type, Banks and many more, plus the controversial remix of Disclosure’s “Latch”. In addition, he has also been in the studio creating original tracks for the likes of AlunaGeorge, Alison Wonderland and Ariana Grande. With his “I Love You Too (The Remixes)” EP releasing soon, he has put together an extensive mix for Diplo’s weekly show on BBC Radio, featuring his old, new and unreleased works.

    All 4 One – You Don’t Know Nothin’
    Lido – I Love You
    Lido – I Love You (Hoodboi Remix)
    Lido & Santell – Cry Me A River II (Demo)
    Lido & Canblaster – Unknown (Demo)
    Lindsay Lowend – GT40 (Lido Edit)
    Mø – Walk This Way (Lido Remix)
    Lido & Santell – Ashley (Demo)
    Ariana Grande – Be My Baby (Cashmere Cat Edit)
    Katy B – Crying For No Reason (P. Morris Remix)
    Eric Bellinger – Jump the Gun (Sammy Stache Remix)
    Zhu – Faded (Lido Remix)
    Zhu – Faded (Lido x J Heat Remix)
    Bastille – Bad Blood (Lido Remix) (VIP)
    S-Type – Billboard (Lido Remix)
    Bill Withers – Ain’t No Sunshine (Lido Remix)
    Boyz II Men – Stand the Rain
    BenZel & Mass Lowe – Semi Detached ft. Chance the Rapper
    Ticklish & DJ Paypal – Bent Up
    Lido – Lost
    Lido – Lost (HeavyxMellow Remix)
    Hi Tom – Sunshine & Leaves
    Lido & Canblaster – Superspeed II (Demo)
    Lido – I Love You Pt. II (Inodi Remix)
    The Weeknd – Often (Lido Remix)
    Yung Lean – Gatorade (lido Remix)


    20.10.2014 by

    For a hypnotic, slow-burning slice of sophisticated electropop, look no further than BEA’s debut 5-track EP “Good Thinking” out October 21. Emerging seemingly out of nowhere in March 2014, her deliciously unsettling debut track “Breadwinner” and follow-up singles sounded like nothing else, receiving critical acclaim. The first visual offering bar the two incredible press shots which accompanied single, “Breadwinner” and “Safe Ground”, comes in the form of the video for new single, “We’re Like The Hard Born”. A collaboration between BEA and Piet Langveld (who BEA first met at circus school as a child and then re-connected with eighteen months ago) the video is as striking as it is original, filmed entirely by BEA on a selfie stick whilst covered in dry ice and intermittently interrupted by a CGI labrador.

    While BEA’s musical influences hark back to the Bristol music scene of the 90s (the spectre of Massive Attack, Tricky and Portishead all hover over the songs), she was actually born in Amsterdam, her only link to England being that her parents were both born in Cornwall. Frustrated with the Amsterdam music scene after finishing high school, BEA started writing, recording and posting online brand new songs over instrumentals of artists she liked which is what brought her the attention of producer Tim Van Berkestijn whom she worked with on this debut EP. Fully independent, wantonly artful and utterly in control of her music and how it’s to be presented, BEA feels like a breath of fresh air in a music industry saturated by the familiar.

    Safe Ground
    Filthy Believer
    We’re Like The Hard Born

    Cop “Good Thinking” HERE

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    16.10.2014 by

    The Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer was one of the first programmable drum machines, the heart of the beat that changed music. Japanese music equipment brand Roland manufactured the machine from 1980–1984, and one of the key people to use it was Arthur Baker. The producer of the classic “Planet Rock” by Afrika Bambaataa & the Soulsonic Force now presents the official trailer for his documentary aptly titled “808″. The film is directed by Alexander Dunn and features appearances and commentary from the likes of Afrika Bambaataa, Rick Rubin, The Bomb Squad, Phil Collins, Fatboy Slim, Todd Terry, Pharrell, Diplo, Ikutaro Kakehashi (the founder of Roland) and many more. Coming to a screen near you in 2015.


    14.10.2014 by

    The original Hip-Hop documentary Style Wars (1983), directed by Tony Silver and produced in collaboration with Henry Chalfant, is scheduled for a re-release on Blu-ray, featuring a brand new HD transfer from the original 16mm print. It will also include over 70 minutes of never before seen extras to geek out over, including outtakes and The B-Boy Showcase made from unreleased footage, and a behind the scene look at the making of the film during the final stages of the editing process. The indispensable document of NY street culture and subway aerosol art of the early ’80s will hit stores November 4th, 2014.


    14.10.2014 by

    Chapman Skateboards is a wood workshop dedicated to producing skateboard decks since 1991. With roots planted firmly in New York, Chapman has manufactured boards that have been instrumental in shaping the history of East Coast skateboarding, producing decks for Zoo York, Hopps, Supreme, Infamous, Traffic, Illuminati, Cliché, as well as countless other small independent brands over the years. This short film documents the complete skateboard production process, to celebrate the people as well as the craftsmanship involved in the making of each of these decks.


    14.10.2014 by

    Into The Light is an experimental film created by director Jason Goldwatch, featuring this guy who’s album we have been waiting for forever. The film is scheduled to release in 2015. Peep the trailer below.

    “Jay Electronica is full of mystery, and like a magician, his character lends itself to new ways of seeing things that would seem impossible to many. Several years ago, Jay and I traveled to the other side of the Earth. We left a piece of ourselves there. In exchange, we brought back something entirely new, and the images that follow are a glimpse into that magic for everyone who’s curious.

    Traveling across strange lands, we were invited to attend sacred ceremonies of sacrifice and parading celebrations of ancient descent. We trekked together towards the horizon and explored crowded monasteries, solitary mountain top temples, slums of filthy laughing children, and rivers running with blood and flower petals. I documented as Jay walked a river of burning human bodies. We crash landed a helicopter in the Himalayas, and he delivered rice and clean water to a school in a refugee tent city. The result was a collage of movements and emotion.

    The experience in itself was a perfect circle. A question with no answers. Full of laughter and tears, but no love story or plot twists. We searched for absolute truth in life, and the only undeniable answer we found was death.

    Since returning, I have been working on a film based on this journey called Into the Light. It is experimental in form and best described as a meditation in un-learning. A movement in seeing without watching, hearing without listening, and the brave exploration of spirit. I look forward to sharing this film soon.” – Jason Goldwatch


    13.10.2014 by

    Patta 10 Year Script Logo T-Shirt, Patta x Diadora N 9000.
    Photography by Lisa Rong


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    Patta Coach jacket.
    Bas Pelders. DJ/Producer Seth. Waalwijk, The Netherlands.