Shout Out Louds releases Blue Ice with on an Ice Record


BeetBox by scott garner

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mini ghettoblaster by Bartek Elsner

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vintage suitcase boomboxes


Mixtape Table by Jeff Skierka

Mixtape Table by Jeff Skierka

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analog vinyl sampling by Ishac Bertran

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Jan. 16, 1974: A scene for “The Taking of Pelham One Two Three” was filmed in an abandoned subway tunnel in Brooklyn. The photo ran with an article later that year about the decline of the film industry in New York, which cited factors including an industry exodus to the West Coast and a “fear of crime in the streets and a disenchantment with the city.” Photo: Larry C. Morris/The New York Times

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At the time I was waiting tables at Hard Rock Hotel in Orlando, FL. I was a cocktail waitress in the VIP lounge, which is Jimi Hendrix themed. I think staring at music memorabilia all day probably soaked my brain with that vibe. One day as I was leaving to go to work I saw a pile of cassette tapes laying on top of a canvas I had set near my door. I thought, “What ghosts could be hiding in those machines?” I pulled out the ribbon and tried to work with it, making some writing. I watched the ribbon curl up and it reminded me of Jimi Hendrix’s crazy hair, so that was the first portrait I made. I had never sold a piece of artwork. But selling was never that important… discovering is the fun part. by Erika Iris


Unreleased Biggie Interview At The Set Of “Warning” Music Video!

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vinyl record animations by michael hansen