30 December 2011

Dreadlocks: activated.

See you all in 2012.

I simply haven’t had time this year to update this blog. Please consider it discontinued (at least, until further notice).

28 December 2011

South African bands are doing it right

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11 December 2011

… Then I noticed it was from The Onion. :/
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… Then I noticed it was from The Onion. :/

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Great Bloc Party remix from an up-and-coming/underground Cape Town Indie-Electro producer, The English

Check out some other remixes on Soundcloud.

10 December 2011

Mocked up some monochrome business cards.

Shout if you want to use the designs for free.

9 December 2011

Germany Germany - Take Me Home (official video)

Absolutely amazing, mostly instrumental, song.

Clichéd as it may be, my only problem with it is that it’s too short.

littlemissconceptions said: heheheeheh i was with you till you said Cape Town ;) Cape town is a whole post on its own....I have such a prejudice about such a prejudiced place....but im trying to learn and get rid of my misconceptions....experience proves harder to override though....

Oh, very much so. Cape Town is a strangely schizophrenic city. There are some amazing people, excellent mashup points, and really interesting ideas flowing through. Then there are also the “old families”, living the same way they have for years, with the same prejudices. There are those living in poverty, who have never had an opportunity to engage with the rest of the city.

I don’t deny any of that, but it’s worthwhile exploring as many of its facets as possible.

4 December 2011

Fantastic message. More info here. World AIDS Day 2011. 


Fantastic message. More info here. World AIDS Day 2011. 

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3 December 2011

Help give a Love Drop this season!

Help out Diomi and her son Nallee, who are going into the cold Milwaukee winter with very little food, clothes, and other necessities. Diomi has been through so much, including the loss of her father, the loss of her job, and clinical depression. But even through the pain you can see all the love she has for Nallee, who has one of the most beautiful personalities you’ll find. :)

We want to make this month special for them! We’re working with their pastor to help get things they really need, including school uniforms for Nallee, interview clothes for Diomi as she looks for a job, and food to help them through the winter months.

If you can find it in your hearts to give one extra gift this year, whether it be money or a helpful item they can use, please send it in - our goal is to reach $3,000 worth of necessities.
Want to join us in helping Diomi and Nallee? Here are 3 ways:
  1. Give $1.00 - This money will be put towards basic necessities and care.  Maybe even a Christmas present or two (They’re currently spending it alone, w/out anything at all).
  2. Give a gift card - Gift cards are extremely helpful, especially to places that are national.
  3. Donate personal products -These two need anything you can thing of in the personal product department: bathroom/kitchen/bedroom stuff, etc.
Thanks guys! You can reach the Love Drop team anytime over at: team (at) love drop (dot) us, or by checking them out at LoveDrop.us. Thanks everyone! We’ll let you know how it goes!

1 December 2011

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