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Monthly Archives: December 2011

  • Synth Your Life : Casey Desmond & NYE 2012

    You can't help but hit the dance floor when Casey Desmond pours from the speakers! Bostonian by day and rising pop icon by night, Desmond isn't just another a Lady Gaga clone. She emulates the same neon galactic pop electro appeal, but brings a fresh face and voice to the dance scene. Her song Rendezvouz hits you like a disco ball punch to the face and her weirdness space-worship takes contemporary psychedelia to another planet!

    The world was first electrified by Desmond during her time on The Voice, but her exit from the show was only the beginning of her trip-tastic career that's still taking dance freaks by storm across the nation. Her New Year's Eve event is promising to be one of the hottest dance spots on the East Coast, and knowing how Ivy-League-peacoat-wearing-crazy-driving Massachusetts works, it's sure to be the glitteriest, laseriest, most spacetastic show in the area!

    Check out Casey Desmond shake her stuff below! (Wheatpaste is not responsible for any involuntary dance moves that may occur during this video).

  • Chilling with Toro Y Moi

    “Chill out!” isn’t something you have to tell us twice. Kickin’ back is what San Diegans do best, and some ambient tuneage helps set the stage for a languid mood beautifully. Toro Y Moi (real name Chazwick Bundick) has been on repeat pretty much all of 2011, and according to PitchforkUnder the Radar, and Filter, we aren’t alone in our dreamy music love!

    Toro Y Moi graduated from typical indie rock beginnings in South Carolina into a genre-inspiring chillwave godfather with steadily epic releases since 2009, including several EP’s and 2 full lengths (2010’s Causers of This and 2011’s Underneath the Pine). Record label Carpark Records (home to another one of our current faves Beach House) has helped Bundick tour the world relentlessly, and with upcoming 2012 tour dates in the South Pacific, he’s showing no signs of slowing down.

    If you aren’t already a superfan, check out Toro Y Moi’s discography on Spotify and get chillaxin’!

  • Color Ink Book

    Anybody that likes Buff Monster, Skinner, and quitting your day job is A-OK by us! Color Ink Book is a quarterly DIY art periodical chock full o’ goodness like interviews with Tharp, Ferris Plock, and Huck Gee, plus vinyl toys for sale, upcoming events, and other rad things to dazzle your peepers. Each issue is printed in black & white, so basically it’s the zine lover’s coloring book that they never knew they needed (but can’t live without).

    Only 13 issues have hit the streets so far, but based on their following it’s sure to be around for a good long while, slingin’ low-brow art to the masses and keeping us hungry for more. Take a gander at their site and snag a hard copy to enjoy the full amazingness as soon as you can! The next Color Ink Book is due out in February, so subscribe today or forever (or at least until the next release) miss out.

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