Here’s a brand new music video for the song “Smurf“, a bonus track off of the new album, Stunt Rhythms, by Amon Tobin’s side project Two Fingers. The video stars Atlanta’s own Brefontaine, who is featured on the track. It’s essentially a 70′s grindhouse sci-fi adventure that was shot all around Atlanta, but primarily at The Goat Farm (the alleyway). We wanted to give the video a more cinematic look, so we shot with an anamorphic widescreen lens attached to the GH2. It was produced by Bright Elephant Films.
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This shit is fire. I definitely like the song and the video came together dope. My homie Lo Keys is a man on the move. Directed by Barry Williams.
This hand-sized Pokket Mixer lets you plug in two audio sources and headphones then outputs to your speaker setup. You can mix between beats, adjust lo/mid/hi and even get sweet fades between tracks, without ever having to worry about batteries or another power cord.
Own It: $100
No longer do you have to be subject to Apple’s white or black phone colors, using an online tool, you can choose a custom color for the 64GB, SIM unlocked phone’s body, top rear glass, bottom rear glass, Home button, and SIM tray. A wide variety of both solid, metallic, and pearlescent colors are available, too bad I’m still rockin the 4s.
Own It: $1700
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In an exclusive sit down with TheWellVersed & 2DopeBoyz, Kendrick Lamar reveals that not a single thing on good kid, m.A.A.d city was fabricated and this album closes a chapter in his life that he’s been rhyming about since the Kendrick Lamar EP, Overly Dedicated and Section.80. Back in late 2011, Lamar stated to TWV that his major label debut would unite all of the loose ends told on the previous projects. Turns out that his master plan was well executed as good kid, m.A.A.d. city does an excellent job of telling the Compton emcee’s story. For Lamar, the entire process was therapeutic.