Had to put this up after seeing this hilarious post:
Chineasy, a delightful way to engage students of language and those who are just plain curious about Chinese symbols.
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BEACH LIFE KINGS
CANYON CODY (SUBSUELO)
JOSH BROOKS (PZB)
JEREMY BURKE (LOUD VILLAGE)
DANGER BOY (LAMP)
Love is in the air and I’m slowly crawling out of the cave of my extended winter hybernation: just in time for two much anticipated events.
The first is Single Fare 3, the third installation of the series brought to you by Michael Kagan and Jean-Pierre Roy, which invites artists to imaginatively transform a utilitarian New York City MetroCard into a pocket-sized work of art. The show opens at 6pm (tomorrow) February 13th at RH Gallery.
Then, starting at 9pm at Kraine Gallery , Dina Brodsky and Bonnie DeWitt bring us “Ladies” a show comprising artwork by all women: a little Galentines treat just in time for February 14th.
Thankfully, Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow. Early Spring? I say, bring it on.
Local Los Angeles producer Jeff Devoe digs deep and strikes gold. His new track entitled “All The Gold” is a far departure from his usual material as 1/2 of electro house duo Oh Shit! (www.ohshitmusic.com), but this doesn’t mean he comes up short when delivering this deep, groovy 110 bpm killer to your ears.
The tune begins with a filtery synth stab that snakes into the funky 4/4 drum beat complete with a solid kick drum. A breakdown introduces a hint of the glimmering arpeggiated synth that is featured in the track. This builds until it is all sucked away, making room for a wonderfully placed vocal phrase reminding you of the title. Sparkly synths, eerie pads, and funky drums permeate the track after the drop and lend to the cavernously deep vibes in the track. A second breakdown builds more tension than the first with an undulating synth bass leading to another delivery of the vocals. The second drop digs deeper with an explosion of arpeggiated synths and pads creating layers of harmony thick enough to get lost in. Mr. Devoe went deep on “All The Gold” and certainly came up with something worth keeping. We just hope he goes back for more.
See more of this tracks on his Soundcloud page.