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PS1 Warm Up 2010 Line-Up Announced

MoMA PS1's historic Warm Up music series begins July 3 and will take place every Saturday through September 4. This highly anticipated outdoor series celebrates its twelfth year of exposing audiences to the best in experimental music and live bands, performances, and DJs.



Taking the stage for ten consecutive Saturdays over the summer, Warm Up 2010 will highlight performances by a diverse group of musical artists, coinciding with the annual Young Architects Program and a new courtyard installation, Pole Dance, created by the architectural firm Solid Objectives - Idenburg Liu (SO - IL).


Warm Up Saturdays are from 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Admission fee is $15. Included in this price is access to all exhibitions and Warm Up (ticket info here). Your line-up is below.


July 3

Live: Delorean // Janka Nabay and the Bubu Gang // Glasser 
DJ Sets: John Talabot // Korallreven

July 10
agnès b. presents:
Live: Klement // Acid Washed
DJ Sets:Veronica Vasika

July 17
Live: Air France // ARP
DJ Sets: Ratatat

July 24
MoMA PS1 Greater New York presents:
Live: MEN // Kalup Linzy and the Sweet, Sampled, and LeftOva // Surprise Guests TBA
DJ Sets: JD Samson // Kalup Linzy // DJrupture

July 31
Live: Blondes // Oneohtrix Point Never // Prince Rama
DJ Sets: Animal Collective // CFCF // Babe Rainbow 

August 7
Live: Alden Tyrell // The Crystal Ark
DJ Sets: Gavin Russom // Special Disco Version (ft James Murphy & Pat Mahoney)

August 14
Live: These Are Powers
DJ Sets: ?uestlove // Treasure Fingers // Kingdom

August 21
Live: Peter Zummo Ensemble // Peter Gordon & Love of Life Orchestra
DJ Sets: Glissandro 70 // Tim Sweeney

August 28
Live: Big Freedia
DJ Sets: DJ Rusty Lazer // DJ Rashad // GHE20 GOTHIK DJs Venus X and Brenmar

September 4
Live: Holy Ghost! / Special Guests TBA
DJ Sets: House of House // DJ Mehdi


mp3: Muse - Muscle Museum (Soulwax Remix)




The Creators Project: Art, Mind, Heart and Soul

The brainchild of microchips and music magazines seems like a "hmm...come again?" sort of venture, but when pulled off as seamlessly and pretty freaking radly as VICE and Intel did this past Saturday for the launch event of The Creators Project, at NYC's Milk Studios, then the only head scratching done is the next day. Think of it as a "wow, dudes...did we really pack all that 'awesome' into a 14 hour day?" Yeah. Yeah, we did.



Considering the breadth of musics, arts and peoples we spent hours upon hours interacting with, a split up of the day's going-ons is a bit necessary, if only for my sanity. For this visual piece, we're gonna focus on the installations, film and general beauty of the stunning bodies of work on display. Music reviews (to follow) will be broken up into individual posts by set.


Thanks one hundred times over to VICE and Intel for throwing a top-notch bash that's still got me in permagrin mode. Truly an event for the mind, body, heart and soul.


Please enjoy the images below, and jump to this link for the full gamut of awesomeness.










mp3: Santogold x M.I.A. - Santo Mia (Immuzikation HolierThanThouBlend)




Grace Jones' Hurricane Limited Edition Vinyl Available to Pre-Order Now

Limited to just 500 copies worldwide and signed by both Grace Jones and acclaimed artist Chris Levine, this exclusive vinyl edition of Jones' Hurricane has been handcrafted in celebration of the new Grace Jones by Chris Levine exhibition, Stillness at the Speed of Light, taking place at The Vinyl Factory gallery from April 30 to May 14.



This stunning gatefold edition includes the legendary icon's most recent album, Hurricane, pressed on vinyl for the first time, plus an exclusive fine art Giclee print and bespoke screen printed cover featuring unique treated artwork. The full on list of what's included is as below. Pre-order link here.


Breathtaking pink flouro screen-printed gatefold sleeve, printed on 300gsm pristine white Colorplan, featuring unique treatment of iconic Grace Jones image by creative collaborator and acclaimed artist Chris Levine.

Two 200-gram super-heavyweight vinyl records, containing Grace Jones' critically celebrated recent album, 'Hurricane', released on vinyl for the very first time

Album especially mastered for vinyl by the legendary Bob Ludwig in New York, and pressed on the peerless EMI 1400 in Hayes, Middlesex.

Fine art Giclee print featuring exclusive Grace Jones single 'Superstar' image by Chris Levine, hand numbered and signed by both Grace Jones and Chris Levine.

Custom-made thumb-cut inner sleeves screen printed pink fluoro inside with clear foil blocked tracklisting and complete album credits.

Produced by Ivor Guest, 'Hurricane' features long-time Grace Jones collborators Sly and Robbie, as well as Brian Eno, Tricky and Tony Allen. 


mp3: Grace Jones - Hurricane



Banksy Documentary - Exit Through the Gift Shop

Blur and Paris Hilton have both been treated to the "Banksy touch", but long before either of those, erm, "musicians", felt his effect, the legendary street artist was defying laws and legals systems in an effort to have his works be seen and be shocking.


Exit Through the Gift Shop is a documentary about Banksy, whose title references a specific work in relation to one of the British street artist’s notorious break-ins to museums. While Banksy's stencils feature striking and humorous images occasionally combined with anti-war, anti-capitalist or anti-establishment slogans, the feature intends to look at his entire repertoire in a humorously anonymous light.


The film’s premiere is at Sundance, prefaced with the following on it's official site. In the late 1990s, a hybrid form of graffiti began appearing in cities around the world. Enlisting stickers, stencils, posters, and sculpture and spread by the burgeoning Internet, it would be labeled “street art” and establish itself as the most significant counterculture movement of a generation. Los Angeles–based filmmaker Terry Guetta set out to record this secretive world in all its thrilling detail. For more than eight years, he traveled with the pack, roaming the streets of America and Europe, the stealthy witness of the world’s most infamous vandals. But after meeting the British stencil artist known only as “Banksy,” things took a bizarre turn. Sundance has shown films by unknown artists but never an anonymous one. Banksy turns the tables on the only man who has ever filmed him, creating a remarkable documentary that is part personal journey and part an exposé of the art world with its mind-altering mix of hot air and hype. In the end, Exit Through the Gift Shop is an amazing ride, a cautionary modern fairy tale . . . with bolt cutters.




mp3: Paris Hilton - Nothing In This World (Exacta Remix) mp3: The White Stripes - I Think I Smell A Rat mp3: Blur - Coffee And TV

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