Art Basel Event::Primary Flight

December is right around the corner and that means another Art Basel. It seems like the event gets weaker by the year but you can't hate when some decent shows take place here and there..Primary Flight is one of the decent shows that is worth checking...December 2-6 in the Wynwood district..

Dezarie download

Myles O'Stooley bringing you the best free reggae..
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K.R.S. One "Outta Here"

This song is from an awesome movie called Clockers by Spike Lee. The scene its used for is pretty hard. Check it out.

Rap-A-Lot Family- "Bring It On"

Had to share this.

Ganksta N-I-P, "Psycho"

There is no video, but real gangstas don't act. This one go's out to the Tuna for puttin me onto that real shit.

A couple of Random Fotos

These flicks are not the highest grade photos on the market but beggars can't be choosers huh? We got an ill get up and a production with Tyson in the wynwood district...More to come...

KOFIE Interview

KOFIE Interview from "The Run UP" video
This is an ill video where he describes how his style transformed and became his own..Worth a watch..


I just got finished reading this fresh interview with the famed graff artist RD out of NYC and it is worth reading. The dood has been in the graff game since the 70s and still bombs on the daily in high traffic areas all around the city. A couple of good quotes from the interview are here for full story

[“You got all these guys, they squash beef with everyone. It’s like Gandhi or something. Why you gonna write? If everything’s all gravy and you’re doing legal stuff, that’s not writing anymore. At that point you’re a muralist; you’re an artist, not a graffiti writer.”]

[Eventually, the workers got tired of patching the fences and got guard dogs. When faced with Rottweilers, who can easily bite off your arm, a frontal attack is never advisable, so RD came up with a different approach. “I was going to poison the dogs, originally. Could wrap up some pills in a piece of some salami or something.” Thankfully, he decided against the drugs and fed the dogs the old fashioned way. “I kinda made friends with one of the dogs. You know, I’d go by and he’d be sitting there. I could probably gain their friendship, give them some chicken wings or something every now and again. Maybe start ridin’ him around the yard or something.” Not only did he save himself from being ravaged, but also his partner enlightened him to the money people pay for such fine animals. So began the great dog-napping. “I’d start stealing the dogs, writing on the trucks. They’d get new dogs, I’d steal them.” Why just bomb trucks when you can also walk away with a few hundred bucks?]
originally seen on Jasonburnz's

NECKFACE - Devil's Disciple - October 31, 2009

Devil's Disciple
October 31, 2009

3100 NW 7 Avenue / Miami / Florida / 33127

When was the last time you went to a haunted house on Hellaween? The elusive artist Neckface is putting together a haunted house for his 1st premiere solo show at the OHWOW gallery which opens Hellaween night. Given that his art has always had a creepy sort of feel to it, this show should prove to be hella fun. Already the show is generating controversy with a life size dead dummy in the gallery window. It made the Miami news! The evening will feature new works by the artist that include sculptures, paintings,  and a full haunted house...Some have already speculated this will be his finest work to date...So who is down to ride?

Six Shooter

Don't be getting ratty with me! Six Shooter is a brilliant & witty short film by Martin McDonagh. It is set in Ireland and takes place on a train. The film revolves around a small group of strangers who are all dealing with recent deaths in one way or another. In traditional Irish fashion humor and sarcasm take center stage...

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Smother by Luis Gispert

Directed by Luis Gispert
Score & Sound Design by Phoenecia

Smother takes me back to 1980s Miami. The film is set to a bass heavy soundtrack courtesy of Phoenecia and even has Steven Bauer from Scarface in it. The story revolves around a bed wetting Gables by the Sea look a like kid and his degrading mother. The film takes the viewer through an altered dream scape where Cocaine Cowboys meets Miami Vice...

Smother - Luis Gispert, 2008 (Phoenecia's Alternate Score & Edit) from Josh Kay on Vimeo.

From the New York Times review:
"A boy lies on a trampoline, clutching a boombox to his chest. Gradually the blue tarpaulin turns a sickly green as he empties his bladder. “Smother,” a riveting new 26-minute film at Mary Boone Gallery by the New York artist Luis Gispert, explores the relationship between this 11-year-old chronic bed-wetter, also depicted in the photograph at right, and his domineering mother. Like “Stereomongrel,” Mr. Gispert’s 2005 film collaboration with Jeffrey Reed, it follows a precocious pre-adolescent’s odyssey through a perilous adult landscape - in this case 1980s Miami (where Mr. Gispert was raised).

Why We Fight

Why do we Fight? Terrorism? To spread democracy around the world? Or to spread American imperialism through foreign occupation? This movie explores the rise of a US puppet government where the strings are being controlled by mega corporations. We have now entered into a new age where CEO's and politicians are one in the same.

"Why We Fight describes the rise and maintenance of the United States military-industrial complex and its fifty-year involvement with the wars led by the United States to date, especially its 2003 Invasion of Iraq. The documentary asserts that in every decade since World War II, the American public was told a lie, so that the Government (incumbent Administration) could take them to war and fuel the military-industrial economy maintaining American political dominance in the world. Interviewed about this matter, are politician John McCain, political scientist and former-CIA analyst Chalmers Johnson, politician Richard Perle, reporter William Kristol, writer Gore Vidal, and public policy expert Joseph Cirincione.

Why We Fight documents the consequences of said foreign policy with the stories of a Vietnam War veteran whose son was killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks, and who then asked the military to write the name of his dead son on any bomb to be dropped in Iraq; and that of a twenty-three-year-old New Yorker who enlists in the United States Army because he is poor and in debt, his decision impelled by his mother's death; and a military explosives scientist who arrived to the U.S. as a refugee girl from Vietnam in 1975."

Bomb It!!

What can I say about this documentary? It touches on every aspect of street art. It goes through the history and to the present with in depth interviews by tons of writers from all over...Check revs..This dood has the best interview and mind frame on life/society...

check the link here to watch it..

Also, check the part towards the end where they interview the corporate lady about brainwashing the youth of america. The funny thing is, is that it so apparent that these corporations don't want these kids to think for themselves and instead they want them to buy buy buy! Buy my BULLSHIT and don't you fucking think for yourself....America the land of the free? Or the land of zombie people who can't think for themselves and are constantly on auto pilot? Keep watching TV!!