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Seared Foie Gras with Quince and Cranberry


The home boy Asher Roth came to San Francisco recently, for a ‘secret concert’ with N.E.R.D. (which of course I was in attendance for… Shout out to KIN/Microsoft).  The concert was amazing, and to say thanks, I wanted to promote Asher’s new mixtape “Seared Foie Gras with Quince and Cranberry”.  There is also a new music video for the first track off the mixtape called “Muddy Swim Trunks”  Click the pic to watch the video.

Watch the video.

The mixtape is pumped by DJ Wreckineyez, and features Talib Kweli, and Blu, with a crazy range of production.  Click the first pic to download the mixtape.  The second pic is the tracklist, click to see the whats “on the plate”.

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Track List

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Re-hashin’ the classics.


Jurassic Park

Now, many people know that I enjoy dressing like a gentleman, and doing my thing at the same time.  Recently Empire magazine trotted the globe to deliver 27 of the planet’s biggest stars, recreating iconic performances from two decades in film, for a unique 20th birthday celebration.  All parties involved are in classic poses from their respective films, but dressed to impressed with designer suits (‘cept for Tom Cruise and a few others), which puts a very unique spin on the entire concept.  I’ve thrown a few of my personal favorites onto the blog for your enjoyment.

Minority Report

Silence of the Lambs

Braveheart

The Matrix

The Bourne Trilogy

300

American Psycho

Harry Potter

Shaun of the Dead

Zoolander

Atonement

Seven

Terminator

Re-Building DJ Storm


With every passing day, I think up a million ways to become more pronounced, or more relevant in the entertainment industry.  From managing and developing artists, to traveling, to producing successful events most DJ’s wouldn’t shake a stick at, I’m constantly coming up with new ideas that will help let the world become more familiar with “me”.  But this morning, I sat in bed, half awake, and came up with an entirely new prospective to be seen in.  So for the next few months, (until August 9th), I will be taking a bit of a break from the normal scene, to create something new.  Some fans may like it, some may not.  But when I’m done, the new “DJ Storm” will be something far more prevalent than anything I’ve done in the past.  A new website (with the same web address), a new sound, a new style, the same management (under the employ of the miraculous Mike Vegas), and a brand new tenacity for the business, will all be part of my arsenal.  So please, bear with my brief scarcity in the normally scene, and know that when it’s over, me, my music, and everything else I have my hand in, will be light-years ahead of the work I’m involved in now.

Shiny Binary


As some may know, I’m a member of the “School Of The Hellas”.  A diverse group of artists (in every sense of the word) who range from everything to music production to graphic design, to photography, to 2D art, to a million different other things.  I’m often very impressed with the work that my colleagues produce.  But when I came across the ‘Shiny Binary’ site, I really saw some work that I feel was on par with our own. Click the pic to see some of the work.

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Adele Silva


Adele Silva was born in Norbury, Surrey, England, on November 19, 1980. It was obvious to her family that she was destined for greater things and so at the age of 5, her mother enrolled her in the Peggy O’Farrell Dance School, where she trained in dance and drama. A casting director quickly realized how talented the young girl was. As a testament to his faith in her, he cast her in London Palladium’s production of Babes in the Wood, in which she played one of the babes. This 1985-1986 production saw Adele sharing the stage with such notable actors as John Inman and Barbara Windsor.

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Soon after, Adele joined the Sylvia Young Theatre School, where she further honed her skills. In 1989, she made her television debut in the cult science-fiction series Doctor Who. The episode she was in was called “Survival” and she got to act alongside the show’s stars, Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred. She did so by appearing in a number of magazines and newspapers including Maxim, Front, Daily Star Sunday, StarMag, and FHM. The truth was that her body had matured, making her incredibly attractive to men everywhere. A near death experience left Adele somewhat rattled though. A carjacking ended badly when she chose to defend her Peugeot 205 convertible. The carjacker overpowered her and dragged her from the car, leaving her embarrassed and injured. Adele remains a top icon in modern entertainment and she is currently moving between several outstanding projects. She still lives with her parents in their Croydon home.

Drips.


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I’ve come across all different types of art work in my travels, and I love putting the more interesting ones up.  But when I saw a collection of works made by slow motion cameras and water drops, the results just kinda wow-ed me.  So click the pic to check them out.

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Can.I.Bus


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Every true Hip Hop head knows about the lyrical tenacity, crippling metaphors, and ahead-of-the-curve punchlines of Canibus.  But what they may not know is that on Wednesday, May 12th, Sellasse and ‘We All We Got’ will be hosting the rap titan for a show on the Melatonin Magik tour.  Click the pic to get pre-sale tickets.  Its going to be one to remember.

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