Earth! Water! Fire! It’s not Battle Beasts, but the mysterious video for Congorock’s new track “Babylon,” which debuts today as part of Scion A/V’s inaugural video series, available now on iTunes and up for streaming on the SA/V site (and everywhere else great on the web) in early January.
“Babylon” is directed by Pomp&Clout and is rather awesome, if we do say so ourselves. Get ready for more from Congorock and the official single release very soon! Watch clips and info on the other videos in the SA/V series (including DFA, Southern Lord, Vice and more) here.
For this week’s edition of Food Gold we’re going to teach you how to make a bomb ass Mojito in the comfort of your own home with our pal Justin from No.7 restaurant. These bad boyz are perfect for post-work libations, or in our case, for 4am hijinks when “last call” means “it’s too early!” The recipe is fairly loose so be sure to try out a few variations and see which one you like best. Get Crunk! Read More
Scion A/V has a free iPhone / iPod Touch app out now – download it here to listen to all their radio stations right in the palm of your hand, as well as download music from all their CD samplers and remix projects (including nuff Fool’s Gold tunes) and more. Watch the video above, where an animated Blu Jemz explains it all.
And speaking of videos, hit the jump for a teaser trailer for Scion A/V’s new music video project, featuring Congorock’s forthcoming “Babylon.” Stay tuned! Read More
After a far too long (for me anyway) hiatus, FOOD GOLD is back! And since we kept you waiting far too long, we are comin’ correct with a foxy new video recipe.
For this week’s Food Gold Video Party we went on an after hours hang with the original don this column Sammy Bananas and Tyler Kord, the Executive Chef of the mighty excellent No. 7 restaurant in Fort Greene, Brooklyn to cook up some Tofu Tacos with Pickled Blueberries.
Since one of our cameras kept crapping out (perhaps due to alcoholic osmosis) we decided to go with the flow and create our first foray into art-haus culinary cinema. Enjoy!
Head over to the Honor Roll blog to download 1-O.A.K.’s excellent cover of The Cure’s “Lovecats,” which was produced by Trackademicks and has become a staple of the crew’s live sets over the past few months.