True Detective

January 27, 2014Artists, Blogt, films, music

HBO’s True Detective defacing double exposure effect used to create title sequence is hunting, enveloped by the music. The main title was designed and directed by Elastic‘s Patrick Clair and music by The Handsome Family’s “Far From Any Road.”


October 8, 2011Blogt, music

Mutemath use some art Defacing illustration for their album Odd Soul. Check out their experimental visual stems mixer here.


December 22, 2010Blogt, music

Violens does some art Defacing in their Amoral sleeve cover. Learn more about Violens.

Matt and Kim

April 30, 2009Blogt, music

For those of you traveling to New York tomorrow, here is a cool way to experience Times Square…  a new cool video by the band Matt and Kim. via fubiz [flash w=640 h=360 mode=0]

Pina Bausch

July 5, 2008Artists, Blogt, music, photos, podcast

I was invited to see one Pina Bausch’s pieces this week and it was truly something to admire and to reflect upon. images here, read more on her here

Tumi and the Volume

February 8, 2008Artists, Blogt, music, podcast

Lately I have being listen to Tumi and the Volume, a band from Johannesburg, I liked them… take a listen, you can find them in itunes… myspace here

Le Samourai

October 22, 2006Blogt, films

Recently (five months ago) I saw the movie Le Samourai by Director Jean-Pierre Melville recommended to me by a respected miami artist and seconded the same night by dig. So I eagerly put it on top of my netflix list. I saw it and made notes while I watch it in the hopes of making … Read More

Suicide is Painless

August 30, 2006Blogt, music

Jay Jay Johanson; very popular in France but less known in Amerika because of ramping homophobia, jjj is my best company when in deep melancholia. Some of his music is so sad that I feel ok by simple comparison. Although his last two cds were crap (Antenna and Rush) his first three cds (Whiskey, Tattoo, … Read More

Mulatu Astatke

March 18, 2006Blogt, films, music

There is a Band/Musician I recently discovered while seeing Jarmusch’s Broken Flowers Mulatu Astatke rocks in my opinion. The recordings are from 72-74 but feel fresh to me.