Sunday, July 25, 2010
My favourite brand from the early to mid 90's.
The only place to cop Conart in Australia at the time, was from Catch Wreck in Perth.
I'm liking a small percentage of what they are bringing out now.
They need to stop with the all over front print and do it how they did back then: small logo on front and artwork on back.
I rocked my Katch1 tee's with pride.
This was my favourite:
The best part of how they made the tee's, the peice was done on a real wall(usually in Conart Studios), a photo taken and a screenprint made. Shit was real.
Fingers crossed they bring out the chronic tee again, I wore that shit to death.
This was a Conart Ad on the back of a very thin Graf mag I cannot remember:
Looking forward to checking out the new store on Fairfax at the end of August.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Stop Begging is back! this time in conjuction with Va-G to launch their brand new site http://www.va-gltd.com/
Weve got a VA-G chillout area upstairs & the party going off downstairs with Djs spinning the best in Hip Hop, Grime, Dubstep, Garage, Bashment + more!
...Motive (Party N Bullshit)
Tim & Barry (Dontwatchthat.tv)
CWD (Yo Mama)
7oel (The Bang Bang)
8pm til 2am
FREE B4 9PM, £5 AFTER (£3 CONCESSIONS BEFORE 11 FOR THE 1ST 20 PEOPLE TO EMAIL NAMES TO PNBLONDON AT GMAIL.COM)
Bring I.D if you look young!
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Monday, July 5, 2010
Grit Grammar is a name that has been bubbling for the last few years ever since he dropped his debut street album ‘Reflections In The Dark’ in 2008. This release was well received by both DJ’s and the media, gaining positive reviews and feedback. Now just over a year later, Grit Grammar is ready to get the ball rolling with the release of his debut album ‘Life Music’. The first track to be released from this album is the amazing Baron Samedi produced banger ‘Hard Times’ which features Genesis Elijah which has already been causing a stir on the underground and has already been championed by Charlie Sloth on BBC 1Xtra. The single also comes with a music video which will be available in the next few weeks, so be on the look out for that. The album ‘Life Music’ which drops later in the year on his own BTS Recordings is entirely produced by the talented Baron Samedi and features Kyza, Verb-t, Genesis Elijah, Iron Braydz and more. This is already being tipped as one of the biggest UK releases of 2010 and with this single you can see why…
Grit Grammar ft. Genisis Elijah - Hard Times (Street Version)