Category: Culture

Assassin's Creed Movie Soundtrack

Assassin’s Creed Soundtrack Coming Soon

head of the Assassin’s Creed theatrical release, fans will be able to get their Assassin’s Creed fix through the movie’s upcoming soundtrack. Releasing digitally on Friday, December 16th, 2016 by Decca Records, the movie soundtrack combines a thrilling score by composer Jed Kurzel with a new song by Massive Attack’s 3D and Young Fathers, and is performed by the London Contemporary Orchestra. Decca Records is the label behind the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Lumineers and more, so...

War For The Planet Of The Apes

“War of the Planet of the Apes” NYCC 2016 Exclusive Panels

This year’s New York Comic Con featured not just one but two exclusive panels for War of the Planet of the Apes. Both panels centered around the extremely talented Andy Serkis and the evolution of performance capturing which was awe-inspiring. Whenever we see a film which features a CGI-character, we often overlook the actor beneath the many layers of technology…

Black Sugar Transmission “In The City’s Arms” Album Review

Music is a forever evolving animal.  You can choose to evolve with it, or continue to live int he past.  Black Sugar Transmission chooses to live in the former and “In The City’s Arms” just proves this to be true, and true again.  It is pop for those who like pop, rock for those who like rock and experimental for those who drink a lot of coffee and are slightly erratic.

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Human by Design Conference Hits NYC

This week, CNN’s brand studio Courageous is partnering with Square Enix® to host a first-of-its-kind conference on human augmentation. The conference is being called Human by Design and will be held at the Paley Center* for Media in New York City this Wednesday, August 3, 2016. Human by Design will explore the intersection of technology and humanity with the objective of bringing together top minds to debate, question, and challenge what it means to be human.   Square Enix is aligning the Human by Design Conference to support...

Mad Tiger – Peelander-Z Documentary

Before I can talk to you about Mad Tiger, I must first get you up to speed on what/who Peelander-Z is.  That is if I can pull you away from Pokemon go for a few minutes.  I assure you, it is totally worth it.

Love and Madness

The Love and Madness of the company behind Love and Madness

Wandering through the aisles of New York Comic Con was where I first laid eyes upon Love and Madness. It was then that I knew I came across something unique. Something that spoke directly to me. There are many companies releasing female geek accessories but Love and Madness is unlike any of them. There is a subtlety to their jewelry pieces that elevates them above all the other jewelry I own. But I’m getting ahead of...

A Damned Documented Place in Punk History

Laser-focused on The Clash or the Sex Pistols, punk history might have forgotten one of the most influential bands of all. The Damned were the first to put out a punk single in the U.K. Even before the Sex Pistols’ ill-fated 1978 U.S. tour (or The Clash coming to America a year later), The Damned already had nearly a week’s worth of gigs at CBGB, alongside Patti Smith and The Dead Boys, notched away. Recently...

Kidrobot to Release Andy Warhol Vinyls

Kidrobot has teamed up with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts to create a limited edition collection of vinyl and plush inspired by the pop artist. Available this summer and fall, the collection features some of Warhol’s most iconic works (Campbell’s, Marilyn Monroe, Brillo, Velvet Undergound banana) plastered on Kidrobot vinyl (including the Dunny!) and plush pieces, ranging from blind-box collectibles to high-end art pieces. “We are delighted to collaborate with one of...

Emily Weiskopf: Pixan Paths // Higher Roads Exhibition - Jenn Singer Gallery

Emily Weiskopf: Pixan Paths // Higher Roads Exhibition – Jenn Singer Gallery

Emblematic and emotionally explorative, the work on display at the Jenn Singer Gallery by Emily Weiskopf is informed by a range of different experiences and sources. Her time as a Printmaker is evident in the love of texture, technical ability, and color on display. Using a device repeated through the work, a marathon track sliced and reassembled, she skillfully employs it to explore ideas across an impressive amount of materials. The device is inspired by...