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New music by The Alpines

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By Al Saulso in New Music on Monday 26 November 2012

The Alpines – Catherine Pockson and Bob Matthews – create fashion forward videos starring Pockson’s beautiful flowing hair and Matthews’s boyish looks. Their music is a mix of pop lyrics and thumping beats. Florence and the Machine meets Portishead perhaps?

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New fashion photography by Oliver Blohm

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By Al Saulso in New Photography on Friday 26 October 2012

Oliver Blohm has a passion for chemistry and an eye for the morbid. His work is a mystic and surreal, a collection of slim models and strange happenings in and around Berlin, where he lives. Already published and sought after by the fashion world, Blohm’s work challenges the boundaries of modern photography.

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Colourful fashion design by London’s Alis Pelleschi

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By Al Saulso in Video on Friday 19 October 2012

Photographer, film-maker, and designer Alis Pelleschi is a beautiful, creative soul taking London’s fashion world by storm. Her wonderful sense colour and addiction to whatever is sexy gives her designs a real pop. She’s a true original.

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Super melodic electro beats by Warp’s Chris Clark

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By Al Saulso in New Music on Wednesday 17 October 2012

I have been jamming the super melodic electro beats of Clark, aka Chris Clark, for a while now. His new album, Fantasm Planes, focuses on his broad range of sound and wonderful ear for tonal color.

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Fake: a stencil artist based in Amsterdam

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By Al Saulso in New Art on Friday 12 October 2012

Fake is a multi-talented stencil artist taking Amsterdam’s art world by storm. Running parallel to greats like Bansky, Fake keeps to his system of multi-tasking, pushing out two to three paintings at a time, as well as sculptures and prints.

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Fashion photography by Chad Muller

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By Al Saulso in New Photography on Thursday 11 October 2012

A very productive photographer with a eye for skinny models dressed in as little as possible, Chad Muller is also publisher of Bambi magazine, where he houses his wonderful work.

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GoGo dancing from The Meyer Dancers

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By Al Saulso in Video on Thursday 4 October 2012

The Meyer dancers have been performing GoGo styled dance moves for about three years now. They were named after the king of indie cult films, Russ Meyer. Much loved in their native London, I got a chance to do a photo shoot with the lovely ladies recently.

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New photography by Polish-based Sylwia Makris

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By Al Saulso in New Photography on Thursday 4 October 2012

Sylwia Makris, Polish born artist-turned-photographer, has a dark side like no other. Her sharp sense of color and attention to the emotion of her sitter gives her photographs a really deep connection. In her own words: ‘There is a spark within everything, a living light in the eyes of every person a memory that flares up,the glow of passion that was never declared’.

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Tennessee-based artist Wayne White

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By Al Saulso in New Art on Wednesday 3 October 2012

Wayne White, a native of Tennessee, has a eye for colors and a poetic sense of humor. His work consist of colorful words over store bought landscapes in a style that looks similar to Ed Ruscha. Active in the late 80s, his work began to become very popular in the flourishing art scene. Also, his connection with the Pee Wee Herman show gave him a little fame. White’s work deserves a recap for its wonderful connection to the Graffiti as Art movement so prevalent today.

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Golden: a new music vide by The Tontons

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By Al Saulso in New Music on Tuesday 2 October 2012

The Tontons are a buzz-worthy indie pop group who released their much anticipated track, Golden, with high praise from critics and fans. The sultry voice of the lead singer, Asln Omar, could put chills down any spine.

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Until the Quiet Comes: new music by Flying Lotus

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By Al Saulso in New Music on Tuesday 2 October 2012

Until the Quiet Comes is the new LP from the experimental giant, Flying Lotus (aka Steven Ellison). There’s been lots of buzz on the street about this release. We are all waiting to be wowed by the bangs and hits from his drum machine.

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New designs by Rogelio Rendon

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By Al Saulso in New Design on Tuesday 2 October 2012

The design work of Rogelio Rendon is simple, but his complex structures make you think otherwise. His current work for the Les Givrals Kahve Restaurant looks like a explosion of a timber shed but all the wood flanks are put together with a mathematical mind so it gives the space a new and bold look.

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Gig posters designed by Houston’s Shelby Hohl

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By Al Saulso in New Design on Monday 1 October 2012

Shelby Hohl, a native Houstonian, has been cranking out wonderful, strange and highly colorful music posters for bands such as the Flaming Lips, Stereolab, Ericka Badu and every other band that has touched Houston soil. His posters are instant collectors items. That’s why so many are just ripped off the wall as soon as they go up.

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