WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Mad fun night. Lit was poppin off proper with Mr. Andersonic, the Captain, Dave P and JDH on the 1200's... throwin down bangers, bmore club, dance punk and just straight gnarly shit. If that wasn't enough, Shark had a collective Metallica album-art shirt on. Mad steez tonight! Got mad heads moving and it was a great crowd. 2007, we're ready! Oh and who ever ganked my jumper will burn in hell!
Drop The Lime & Math Head did some sick DJ sets tonight for RedZero Radio on ResonanceFM in London UK. if you missed them here they are: Math Head res.fm mix Starkey: Let You Go (Mathhead RMX) Wizzbit: Old Skool Vex'd: Twitchy Droid Leg Starkey: Bang Bang the Witch Is Dead Dubchild: New Era Mathhead: Detroit DJ Narrows: ? Drop The Lime: Big Malice Green Velvet: Shake & Pop Adam Kesher: Modern Times (Passions RMX) Starkey: Let You Go (DTL RMX) Prodigy: Firestarter Alias: Warriors RMX Mathhead: Magnum (Megaforce Edit) Scuba: Plate Toastyboy: Splash CJ Bolland: Camargue ------------------------------------------------- DTL res.fm mix (0:00)Sky City Rising - Fever Gasp (2:20)Math Head - Dream Tigers (4:38)Matt Shadetek - Bump Bump (7:09)Trouble & Bass - Stitches (DTL V.I.P) (8:03)Drop The Lime - Hold On (10:27)Starkey - Let You Go (DTL Remix) (11:26)Ciara - Get Up (DTL Watching U Edit [STAKEHOUSE Re-Edit] ) (12:31)White Label- Clap Clap (13:53)Drop The Lime - Died In Your Arms Refix (17:19)DJ Debonair Samir - Sirens (18:28)Bmore Gutta Music - Kick A Few Ho's (19:23)Ciara - Get Up (Drop The Lime Watching U Edit) (24:39)The Game - One Blood (DTL One Shot Refix) (26:53)Drop The Lime - Big Malice (29:00)Vyle - Strobemouth (DTL heavy bass Remix) (32:18)Fatboy Slim - Champion Sound (Switch Remix) (34:40)Brainstorm - Rock The House (36:29)Math Head - Magnum (Megaforce Edit)
Posted by Prolly on 12/19/2006 04:23:00 PM
So Amanda and I exchanged gifts tonight and by far my favorite is the Delta deck from Mekanism. When I saw this deck on his website a few weeks ago, my jaw dropped. I have been a fan of Delta for years and when I was in Holland in '04 I got to see his studio and a lot of his work in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Since then, I've bought a few of his shirts and his vinyl figures he did for Capsule as well. This deck will go up on the wall in my bedroom. At #48 of 100 limited pressing, It's not touching the ground at all.
Posted by Prolly on 12/18/2006 08:10:00 PM
You know you've met your soulmate when you start buying each other the same thing for Christmas. My check from selling some kicks finally cleared today and after a week of watching my favorite shop in BK's online stock, I went down and copped Amanda a Schwipe hoodie. Being the only store in NYC that carries this Australian brand, I was lucky to get their only small. So all day, I sat in anticipation, wondering if Amanda would like it. We're both a huge fan of geometric shapes and bright colours so I knew she'd at least act like she loved it. Well, I gave it to her tonight because I couldn't wait anymore... She loved it and looked at it in shock, almost disbelief. After a brief moment, she left and went into the bedroom. When she returned, she had a present for me. I opened it and it was the EXACT hoodie in the men's colourway. Made me smile.
Posted by Prolly on 12/13/2006 09:43:00 PM
Many hours later, we're finally getting somewhere. This model, while formally simple is still very complex in its construction. With random fenestration and a very rigid structural grid, it's essential that everything is thought-out and assembled appropriately. Anyway, here's a few updated renderings. These are strictly lighting investigations. I've added some tone to distinguish the rammed-earth walls and the sand. Once I get the lighting down, I'll begin to add the oxidized steel texture, glazing and other finishing touches.
I wanna apologize to the rest of NYC who DIDN'T make it out to this party last night. This party is getting coverage in Flavorpill and with sponsors like Mishka, the T&B crew have it on lock. They were handing out their "I will bass you" shirts to everyone too. It was packed. I'm not talking, "man, there's no room to sit down" packed, I'm talking "woah, there are like 40 heads tryin to get into the joint" packed. Boogaloo was probably over its capacity last night. MAD heads crammed into this Southside bar to hear the Trouble and Bass crew drop straight heavy bass. Star Eyes, Drop the Lime, Zack Shadetek and Mathhead were slamming down grime, dubstep, anthems, two step, garage and new tracks all night. The speakers were overheating, just like all the randoms who decided to come out this month. If the crowd continues to grow exponentially like this, there may need to be a bigger venue. Yes, the Trouble and Bass crew run this city when it comes to this music. There was a garage mc from London there saying how impressed he was to hear this in America. basssssssssssssssss