December 26, 2009

Excuse the child-not-so-friendly artwork, but this song is a great one. Give it a listen if you are sick of listening to Everyday Riddim or the Counting Crows or whoever.


December 22, 2009

Here's a little documentary on Bobby Konders of Massive B and Hot 97.
Interesting to hear his grind and stories about Brooklyn's West Indian Day Parade.

Oh yea, shout out to Greek Spot Greg for cookin up some good veggie cheesesteaks.


December 20, 2009

December 12, 2009

Peep this young talent JUNIOR NATURAL from Europe.
At 12 years old, he appears to have a lot going for him in the culture reggae world.
And it is wild to think that people in Europe speak more than one language fluently.


December 6, 2009

Eric Wagner

Wagner Bananarama from Jagwiremon on Vimeo.

I first met Eric Wagner back in 10th grade when he moved to Harvey's Lake. Hundreds of stories I got with this dude, like smashing cinderblocks through car windows on the Wyoming Ave cruise strip at 8pm, robbing a video store in Jersey and stealing "Bad Lieutenant", wearing shower caps all day at school (Lake Lehman H.S.), heelflipping the gates at tech(in '93!), the list goes on. Thought I'd share some quick footage I shot last weekend. He's been ripping frontside 360 ollies on his longboard off the triangle ledge at POPS, also treflipping Eurogaps here and there...all on longboard, shit looks like a helicopter. Here he rides a tiny plastic bananaboard that I was barely able to stand on. My first skateboard was actually a scamp....which was a green version of this board. Me and my sister each had our own. The bottom video is some longboard gnar. Also thanks for the Blockhead music hookup Carryout!

Eric Wagner 2008-2009 reedit from Eric Wagner on Vimeo.


December 4, 2009

One of the most excruciating problems that has plagued Planet Earth for the past 25 years is a phenomenon known as "S.P.L.A.T.T.E.R.". The location of this problem is within the interior surfaces of the omnipresent household microwave, and it is caused by radiation's unprecedented level of kinetic energy disrupting the "peaceful" nature of TV dinners and assorted foods. The French call it "Shrapnelle". This growing problem is an endemic that is more common than Herpes Simplex 1. The prognosis is not good for the world. Whenever possible, discard your old microwave and buy a new one.

-C & Out