Monthly Archives: January 2012

Poolside – “Night People” Mix Tape

Our favorite daytime disco and good friends Jeff & Filip have released their newest mix tape entitled “Night People”. It’s dipped in gold, full of euphoria, and low bpm groove. Be sure to give poolside some love!

Clemens Behr at Neurotitian

Berlin’s Neurotitan Gallery opened its doors to another dope group-exhibition entitled Simple is Rare, presenting diverse artwork by different urban-inspired artists like Herr Orm, K 110, Robert Matzke, and Clemens Behr.

The exhibition’s major topic was simplicity. It was the huge and very complex installation by Clemens Behr which dominated the show. By combining cardboard, tape, neon light, paint and wood his walkable and impressing tunnel-like architecture stole the show.

January Delights

Well January has come and gone in a flash. Here are some of my favorite jams from this past month. Have yourself a listen, and bring January to a close with some fresh new melodic tunes. Download and jam away.

Cadillac – Dreams

Big Daddy – Eye Of The Tiger (Cosmonaut Grechko Version)

DATO – Bangkok (radio edit)

Lumeet – EPYX

Discodromo feat. Hard Ton – Build A House (Tensnake Remix)

Storm Queen – Look Right Through (Aeroplane Remix)

Odyssey – Going Back To My Roots (Slow Hands Edit)

WhoMadeWho – Inside World (Acoustic feat. John Grant)

Falcon Punch – illusion

The Do – Gonna Be Sick (Mylo Remix)

Staygold – Backseat (Rimer London Remix)

Franco Rubartelli – Photos from the late 1960s

Born in Florence in 1937, Franco Rubartelli sprung into international prominence as a fashion photographer beginning with his 1965 editorials for Linea Italiana, and French, English, and Italian Vogue. Here are some of his photographs from the late 60s.


Mario Martinez (aka MARS-1) paints from a penetrating perspective of great depth. Viewers are drawn into his imaginative compositions, overflowing with colorful geometric and organic shapes, layered to form unique patterns and textures.

The artist signature style of vast, abstracted, quasi-extraterrestrial looking landscapes feature imagery of surreal distortions, contained within spherically convex transparent bubbles. Skillfully combining optical color blending with perspective line work, his painting techniques result in very three-dimensional forms, which echo the anatomy of architecture, and microcosmic structures of biology.

Mars-1 : Afterglow from Further Collective on Vimeo.