As mentioned earlier, the launch party for the Project is this weekend in NYC featuring our own Nacho Lovers and a bounty of other amazing acts. If you missed the RSVP, don’t fret, we’re going to be involved in future CP events around the globe. Stay tuned!
Nacho Lovers’ “Deeper” is rapidly making its way into the nether-regions of the world’s consciousness: Fader and Pitchfork props (“Don’t let that sorta-stupid name fool you: Toronto duo Nacho Lovers make seriously cavernous house music”), an appearance on this great new mix by NYC favorites House Of House, Twitter shout-outs, a Nylon appearance courtesy of A-Trak… and now an appropriately aquatic video put together by Adam Beck and Paul Johnston of Members Only. Full fathom five!
For more from the dynamic duo, check their new Beatport chart and be sure to hit up their “Deeper” release party if you’re in Toronto this Saturday (6/5), featuring sets from Nacho Lovers alongside “Deeper” remixers Azari & III.
Following a gallery tour across the US, Dust La Rock’s “Occult Of Personality” video project finally makes it’s way home to BK (along with the rest of Scion’s Installation 6) launching at Eastern District on Friday, June 4th. Full details here, and for a taste of what’s in store check this teaser / interview vid.
KS just filmed a brand-new video for “Big ‘N’ Bad” in Chicago with noted rap lensman Rik Cordero, who put together this behind the scenes look at the shoot. Stay tuned for the finished project, which features heavy roller rink action… and a Le Baron! Word to Tom Green.
FG friend (and columnist!) Elliot Aronow just uploaded another clip from his web series Our Show, this time featuring a guest appearance from Dave1, speaking about the new Chromeo album, some consulting opportunities, and even some marionette action. Check it!
Starting this week, people walking the streets and riding the subways of NYC and Brooklyn have been greeted by the handsome trio of FG founders A-Trak, Nick Catchdubs and Dust La Rock, mugging it up for Bushmills’ new “Since Way Back” ad campaign, also featuring portraits of friends Chromeo, DFA, No Mas, and Kai Regan and co. There’s painted wall-size versions (ours is next to Alife Rivington Club), subway ads, and proper billboards throughout the metro area. Keep us posted with your Twitpics, etc when spotted!
For more, check the Bushmills Facebook page, and see more pics (and video of our photo shoot at Jonathan Mannion’s storied NYC studio) after the jump. Read More