29 June 2011

A-Trak: Magic 8 Ball Tour Wrap Up

A-Trak is a beast. One of my favorite DJs. Check out the visuals from the West Coast/ Canada leg of his North American tour.

23 June 2011

Nyjah Huston for Diamond Supply Co.

Nyjah Houston is one of the illest skaters doing it right now. Props to the young shredder for snagging the Diamond Supply sponsorship.

Oh and by the way, that Wiz Khalifa track in the background goes extra hard.

21 June 2011

Skrillex - Rock n Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain)

Can't believe this is my first Skrillex post considering I've been bumping his music everyday for the last 9 months. Well, here it is. Enjoy.

PS I sincerely hope Skrillex releases videos for "All I Ask of You (With Penny)" and "With Your Friends (Long Drive)."

08 June 2011

Sid Sriram Covers Frank Ocean's "We All Try"

Sid Sriram is a talented singer as well as a friend of mine. We spoke last week about a bunch of things, mostly music related. Looks like we'll be getting a lot more of these awesome covers this summer. Looking forward to what else Sid has up his sleeve.

P.S. I don't care very much for Frank Ocean. I'll rock with this rendition however.

06 June 2011

Kidz in the Hall: Here Now (Episode 1)

I've been rocking with Kidz in the Hall since 2006 . I met them backstage at a concert and I thought they were two cool, humble dudes. Naledge is wise beyond his years and Double O is one of the most extraordinary human beings I know. Together they make good music.

Despite the fact that they have been some of the most consistent artists in their genre since releasing their debut album School Was My Hustle on Rawkus Records, KITH are at crossroads. Dozens of artists have risen to stardom while they haven't able to get to the top of the mountain. The closest they came to stealing the limelight was "Driving Down the Block." Good song, but it lacked that crossover potential that would expand their fan base.

Fast forward a few years and  Naledge and Double O are back on their grind, continuing their journey in an unforgiving music industry. Check out episode one of their six-part documentary series. Presented by MTV.

My Name Is Two-Ten

My Name Is Two-Ten from Michael Nusbaum on Vimeo.

My car has gotten towed a couple times in Boston. Wouldn't be surprised if this guy hooked my two-door coupe up and dragged it to the lot. I will think twice about parking illegally from now on.

01 June 2011

Excellence at Colby

Edwin Torres, a bright, sharp scholar and a friend of mine at Colby, put this piece together. He captures a handful of aspects that make Colby... well, Colby. Bravo, Edwin.