Posted on March 12, 2014
Abstrackt and Bass Killer representing the UK underground with the song “Run Stop Stand” by Bass Killer featured on this months Dante DeBose feature, and a personal favorite “Blue Seas” by Abstrackt to be featured in an upcoming video (but I just couldn’t wait to share). The dual album Soul Signals contains songs that interlace soul and hip-hop to create a sound-scape of complex instrumentals to satisfy even the most complex audial pallet. Still the album brings it all back to the basics of heavy bass driven beats that instigate head bobbing from even the stiffest of necks, and if all that isn’t enough to tempt you to take a listen, the artwork on the album cover should be too much to resist…so give in. This visual feast done by artist/graphic designer Federica Maio-Maf brings it all to the table so that none of the senses goes hungry. Look. Listen. Enjoy.
Posted on March 5, 2014
It’s finally here. Mysteries revealed. Minds altered. That’s right…DANTE DEBOSE!!! Check out the interview right here or on the Trash Rainbow You Tube page. So much fun working on this project. Big thank you to Ryan Gorman (youtube/ instagram:@gangstermoses) for help with the skate footage. Also lets all support the up and coming musicians who make these soundscapes possible to traverse….
Shout outs In this episode:
Posted on February 28, 2014
Non Sequitur: Abstraction in Contemporary Sequential Art at Gallery Protocol opening tonight from 7-10 pm featuring:
Pat Aulisio, Derek Ballard, Josh Bayer, Erin Curry, CF (Christopher Forgues), Hellen Jo, Aidan Koch, Emma Louthan, Molly Colleen O’Connell, Gary Panter, Raymond Pettibon, Ron Rege, Frank Santoro, Dash Shaw, and Angie Wang
Posted on February 25, 2014
You heard right. Skater, writer, and all around great guy Dante Debose will be coming soon to Trash Rainbow. Still doing what he loves and helping others out along the way. Eyeballs and ear drums will be entertained. Photo Cred: Ryan Maddox
Posted on February 20, 2014
“Gainesville post-punk band “Cretin Girls” is the perfect synthesis of order and chaos. Using the same proven formula as Suicide, swirling & distorted guitars are tamed by hypnotic and driven beats. Their songs are punctuated by hard hitting drum machines and desperate screams. It is unsure as to whether Cretin Girls’ sound comes from the past or future, but whatever dark place their music manifests is a world worth exploring .
Formed in 2013, the Cretin Girls have already received credible attention. Italian labels “Goodbye Boozy” & “Welcome to the Shit” have released a five song demo cassette, and Soft Science Records out of Savannah, Ga are releasing a second demo cassette in addition to an EP tape with studio recordings Feb. 20, 2014.”
Posted on February 17, 2014
Pictures from the Victor Perez studio visit. New pieces and works in progress. Check out more at victorperezart.com
Posted on February 11, 2014
Very excited to have come across the musical sound waves of Student from Bellingham, Washington. The album simply titled EP is akin to the experience of hearing ambient beats played through a celestial boombox, transmitted to earth via quantum leap. In other words, it’s rhythmic, trance-like, airy quality is worth checking out.
Keep your ears and eyes open for the next production of Trash Rainbow, featuring clips from Student’s album EP as well as other up and coming musical artists, but while you wait support the people who make this possible by supporting their sound craft. STUDENT band page
Posted on February 9, 2014
Yes. It’s true. Victor Perez featured on Trash Rainbow. Here’s just some of what you will experience in the vortex of light, sound, and movement known as video: skulls, twisty balloons, meat popsicles, Jerry Stiller, just to name a few of the wonders that await. Get into it.
Posted on February 3, 2014
Had the best time spending the afternoon with Victor Perez in his studio. Getting the footage prepped for the next Trash Rainbow video interview, so if you’re into skulls, twisty balloons, meat popsicles, Jerry Stiller, or maybe the process of informed creating then stay vigilant for the next TR installment… if you’re not into any of that, there’s still time to be…
Posted on January 31, 2014
pictured above: Jessi Hamilton
One-Third-Full reception at 4Most Gallery & Studio from 7-10 pm featuring the work of:
Raphael Alexander Q – Sculpture
Mariana Baquero – Ceramics
Lydia Dildilian – Painting
Adrienne Eliades – Ceramics
Annemarie Poyo Furlong – Creative Photography
Jessi Hamilton – Painting and Drawing
Emelie Johansson – Creative Photography
Miguel Saludes – Painting
Thomas Storey – Art+Technology
Ana Trevino – Art+Technology
Charity White – Ceramics
Hilary White – Sculpture
Come out, mingle, trill out.