Saturday, February 28, 2009

Tonight :: Dallas & Houston

A couple of parties to check out if you are in the Dallas or Houston area. Awwready!


Thursday, February 26, 2009

Playboy :: Lovers Rockin'

This just in. Our guy Playboy dropped a new mix for Valentines Day. I know Valentines has come and gone but grab it anyways! Feel good, timeless Reggae music. I caught up with Playboy last Wednesday while he was filling in for Nature at Taxi fare Wednesdays. He tossed this mix my way and I have thoroughly enjoyed it. If you get a chance to check dude out live, do so. Start by grabbing this mix. Real deal folks.

Check back for a full interview in the near future.

PLAYBOY :: Lovers Mix 2009


Sunday, February 22, 2009

Council Of Doom Premiere

Dallas get ready. The homie Daniel of 64 Art Collective and myself will be hosting the Council Of Doom RVCA video premiere. It all takes place this Friday at The Public Trust. Show starts at 8pm. If you ride, feel free to do so. We will be departing from the gallery after the flim and heading to The Party at Zubar. get with it.

Council of Doom :: bicycle collective & crew based out of Costa Mesa, CA. Comprised of close knit friends, they ride to push the boundaries and expectations of fixed gear bicycles while having as much fun as possible.


Grapes Run This

Last night was nothing short of epic. The Sour Grapes art show was amazing! The artwork was next level, the crowd was super thick and our dude Sopa was killing it on the music selections. The after party was CRUNK! I'm sorry but that is the only way to explain it. The Quinn got extra rowdy last night. Select and I tried our hardest to enusue just that. If you were in the spot after midnight you know exactly what I am talking about. Madness! Big Big ups to the Sour Grapes Crew, these dudes put in mad work and it shows. Congrats homies.

Above are a few shots from last night. If you are in the DFW area be sure and check the show out in person, it runs through March 14th.

HCG Gallery
1130 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207


Thursday, February 19, 2009

Sour Grapes :: Sábado Gigante

This Saturday it goes down. Double up with our good friends the Sour Grapes. First off is a 3 person art show that takes place at HCG. I was lucky enough to get a preview some of the work that will be unveiled this evening and I must say, prepare to have your wigs blown back! After the art show, Select and Myself will be handling the after party at The Quinn in Oak Cliff. I played a birthday party at this spot and it was off the chain. "That's my hood".

See you Saturday.


Monday, February 16, 2009

Hands Up :: Pants Down

This past Saturday's Hands Up Valentines edition was hot and steamy. If you were there then you witnessed the bump -n- grind train in full effect mode! Thanks to everyone that spent their V-day with us. We will keep you posted on our next big function. Big shout out to our dude Michael Hawkins for shooting photos throughout the evening. More to come.


Saturday, February 14, 2009


That's right "HANDS UP" is back for a special "VALENTINES DAY" party!

Our friends @ ARMHOLE will be producing a limited run of "THE PARTY" shirts. Design is still in the works, but be on the lookout for it soon.


Friday, February 06, 2009

Looking Back

Our friends over at The Public Trust have a new show going up tomorrow. Looking Back: An exhibition of new work by jeremy Smith. If you are out and about, swing through and check it. The reception will take place from 6-9pm.

About the Artist
B. Islip, New York. Smith has quietly been on the rise as a self-made cartoonist after contributing his Ropeburn strip to Art Prostitute Issue 05, which he continued to do until the publications hiatus in 2007. That year he received a grant from the Xeric Foundation which he produced his first printed collection of Ropeburn comics. The work is the culmination of years of keen observation within the service industry and everyday life.

The recurring cast of characters illuminate the meaning found in daily interactions, through humor and with a sardonic wit. In addition to his contribution to Art Prostitute, Smith has also contributed work to the Portland Mercury and is currently pursuing a career as a nationally syndicated cartoonist. Jeremy Smith lives and works in Denton, Texas.

About the Exhibition
Looking Back will feature a new body of Smith's small scale drawings and original strips, as well as those from the first Ropeburn publication and Art Prostitute.

Opening Reception
Saturday Feb. 7th
The Public Tust
2919-C Commerce


Thursday, February 05, 2009

The Notch Is Top

Tonight marks the start of my new weekly "Top Notch Thursday". It will take place at The Cavern (upstairs) and is free of charge. I will be playing all kinds of tunes this evening! My homie Michael Hawkins will be shooting photos, so dress to impress.

Once again, if you missed out on grabbing a physical copy of my new mix "Satin Sheets Vol.1" I will have them on hand tonight. You will need this for your Valentines date, Trust.