$ 30.00101 Flash A tibute to Grand Master Flash. "Can't Stop, Won't Stop" is a lyric line from a song called Flash To The Beat by Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five. This graphic was inspired by a customized jacket Flash was wearing in the movie Wild Style ('83). *Includes a special download card redeemable for 1 download of your choice from our DJ Mix Series.
LET THE RAPPERS RAP AND THE BREAKERS BREAK
$ 30.00Let The Rappers Rap And The Breakers Break, a Lyric line from a song called The Movement by Common, which produced by J-Dilla. J-Dilla sampled a Mantronix record for the song. This design letterforms references the album art from the Mantronix record (Dilla sampled). This Lyric from Common originated from RUN DMC - King of Rock "Let The Poppers Pop And The Breakers Break". *Includes a special download card redeemable for 1 download of your choice from our DJ Mix Series.
$ 30.00Jazz Africa: In tribute to the jazz artist that took one full lp from the core inspiration called Africa. Many jazz cats payed tribute to the motherland by recording an entire lp / album dedicated to the big continent. John Coltrane, Dexter Gordon, Dizzy to name s few. The Jazz Africa design is represented with an African tribe mask which represents the music made by the ancestors. *Includes a special download card redeemable for 1 download of your choice from our DJ Mix Series.
VINYL ABSTRACTIONS 05
$ 30.00Vinyl Abstractions is a limited edition series inspired by the shapes and sounds of Vinyl. *Includes a special download card redeemable for 1 download of your choice from our DJ Mix Series.
VINYL ABSTRACTIONS 05
$ 30.00REGGAE RIDDIM Riddim is the Jamaican Patois pronunciation of the English word "rhythm," but in reggae, dancehall, calypso, soca, and reggaeton parlance it refers to the instrumental accompaniment to a song. These genres consist of the riddim plus the "voicing" (vocal part) sung by the deejay. The resulting song structure is distinctive in many ways. A given riddim, if popular, may be used in dozens or even hundreds of songs, not only in recordings, but also in live performances. 101 Apparel teaches the open minded listener and the youth of today about Caribbean music culture and its diversity in sounds. *Includes a special download card redeemable for 1 download of your choice from our DJ Mix Series.
FUSE GREEN - KINGSTON W/FRONT & BACK PRINT
$ 30.00"Kingston" Artist Collaboration with Fuse Green. Fuse Green is an award winning Designer and Creative Director whose bold and often humorous style has became ubiquitous with street culture. He was influenced and inspired at an early age by Soul, Jazz and Hip Hop music and culture. This inspiration developed into a deep love and passion for album art and would later become a major influence in his designs along with graffiti and comics. While still in high school he created his first design business customizing apparel and creating political cartoons for local newspapers. He moved to Atlanta to attend the Art Institute and worked in print and sign shops which sharpened his production knowledge and intensified his thirst for excellence. He's known for contributing heavily to Atlanta's subculture renaissance as a designer who helped launch Frank Magazine and served as the magazine's Art Director for several issues. Fuse would later work as an Art Director on campaigns for Coca-Cola, Sprite, Minute Maid, and Lugz at the boutique agency Nomenudum. In 1999 Fuse moved to New York City to become Art Director/Designer at Ecko Unlimited. He went on to design for PNB Nation, Akademiks, Scion and JBL. In 2003, he founded the brand Wheat Bread Life, which served as a home base for his print works and design projects. As of late he's worked as a senior designer for Jay Z's Rocawear and served as art director for Smirnoff's Master Of The Mix reality show. While recognized for creating iconic imagery for the likes of Spike Lee, Nike, and Wu Tang Brand, He's designed over 3000 plus t-shirt designs and continues to break creative barriers. Some of his studio's current projects include Maroon 5's 2015 World Tour merchandise, graphics for Undefeated, new prints, animated shorts, and a coffee table book outlining his design career.
NEW MUSIC COLLABORATIONS
RAS G & THE AFRIKAN SPACE PROGRAM "ALTERNATE DESTINY"
Sun Ra once spoke a future where the mere thought of a place would take somebody there. In the past future of today, RAS G explores space and time through his ancient/futuristic music. Dusty, ethereal and bugged out, the Crate Creator's beats bring the past to the future. Back On The Planet, _G's first Brainfeeder release in years, finds the blunted master of the beat guiding his Afrikan Space Program further out than ever.
Its an honor to present to you our "Alternate Destiny" project with RAS G & The Afrikan Space Program.