This Rostam record is just too good and the lyrics so original; Two boys, one to kiss your neck And one to bring you breakfast Get you out of bed when You’re sore from the night before From knocking on my door Your head against the floor boards Two boys, one to love you sweetly One does so discreetly Never will he meet me But I’m sure that you’ll catch your breath You’ll sleep into the day To wake up with sunlight across your room
I could not be more excited that my gallery, Gallery 38 will be exhibiting at both SCOPE and AQUA for this year’s Art Basel ! See you all next week! Info below; SCOPE International Contemporary Art Show: Gallery 38 is back at Scope International Contemporary Art Show in Miami Beach, presenting a new and exciting series of work by King Saladeen. Find us at booth E29 | December 5th-10th, 2017. SCOPE is located @ 801 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139 | www.scope-art.com AQUA Art Miami: Gallery 38 will present a group show at this… Continue Reading
Update: I won! Thanks! Check out and vote for this remix I did as h2the with Slvmber of Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers – Don’t Take The Money single! “I really love Jack’s vocals on this and wanted to flipp it with some reverse h2the synths and hip hop drums and thought Slvmber would be perfect to collaborate with on this one, so we did a bit of back and forth to bring something both retro and fresh to not taking money.” – h2the. listen to the full song & vote for this… Continue Reading
Had fun remixing Curb Your Enthusiasm with Kosha Dillz at the Comedy Store tonight before Jeff Garlin! Ian Bagg from NBC’s Last Comedy Standing was hilarious and it was great to see Chris Spencer from one of my fav new shows with Kevin Hart (Co-executive producer of Real Husbands of Hollywood). Might upload a clip from the remix, stay tuned. Photo of Jeff improving and bringing the house down!
Took my kid out for some Chinese and he asks me if fidget spinners were made in China. I said yea, and he goes, so are they making them in the back?
I was trying to explain to my kid that you can’t always get what you want. So, I said, “All I want to do right now is put on every Chaplin flick and make some pop corn and have some chocolate and watch all of them with you.” He goes, “yea, me too, that sounds awesome.” I’m like, “no, no my point is that we can’t do that…lol”.
Just got a message from an old high school friend of mine and he goes, “Fyi my almost 5 year old daughter loves pre-game. We listen to it in the car all the time.” So, i just replied, “This is the best thing I have ever heard in my life” and he continues, “She loves hip hop beats and quality instrumentals are few and far between. It’s really a piece of art and you should be really proud.” I’m so stoked right now, gonna make some more of this music….for… Continue Reading
It’s finally here! Worked for years on this album, so excited to share it! “This album feels expansive, raw and massively important.” – PopDust “Booming hip-hop/soul … robust beats, sweeping hooks and vocals with a tinge of raw anguish” – Wall Street Journal “John Mayer meets The Rolling Stones with more soul; yes it’s possible.” – AltSounds ALBUM: DREAMS IN STATIC – “PART OF THE MACHINE” MP3 STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Spotify | iTunes | Bandcamp | Bancs * After 400 remixes of Dreams in Static’s last single, You’re On Your Own, and close to one million… Continue Reading
I put all my heart and soul (literally) into this Dreams in Static album and it as well as our next music video come out this Tuesday! Stream the first couple singles @ https://open.spotify.com/artist/6gzEhXXPp38POaaLVB5L9F
I can’t believe it’s been 5 years since MCA passed. I’m not sure there is anyone who has inspired me artistically more than Adam Yauch. His approach to creating music, bringing people together for good, his humor, and his clever video production under the name Nathanial Hörnblowér all made me (and all my alter egos) who I am today. I met him in DC years ago and you could just feel the unique energy that was and will always be MCA.
Was anxiously awaiting for the world to see this one! INFO: Marky Style & Guy Gabriel, the producers behind the smash, Karma, came to the US from Israel to make hits and that is exactly what they have been doing. Out of their studio in Los Angeles, the two teamed up with vocalist, Roxanne, for their latest single, “Karma” which opens on a trapped up Mediterranean riff and explodes into a pop sound with trap undertones. The music video, produced by Bancs Media’s Erez Safar and directed by Jonty Fine,… Continue Reading