"In these dark times, we all need someone to look up to,” Gorillaz bassist Murdoc Niccals told Noisey. “Me. That's why I'm giving you this new Gorillaz song, a lightning bolt of truth in a black night. You're welcome. Now piss on! The new album's not gonna write itself."
“Hallelujah Money” is the first single from the virtual band since the release of their last album, The Fall. Of course, it’s not at all clear when their next album will see release, but the group insists it’ll be out later this year.
How to Succeed with Brunettes’ is one of nearly 3000 training films produced by the U.S. Navy during the 1960s that range from topics such as “good hygiene” to how women enlisted in the military should “conduct” themselves around their male counterparts. It’s also said that the film was lampooned by the television news program 60 Minutes in its early days and that the show even presented the Navy with a “faux Oscar” for How to Succeed With Brunettes for being the most “unnecessary” and “fiscally wasteful” film on record for the time. For you see, back in 1966 it was tax dollars that covered the $64,000 tab for creating this cringe-worthy film.
Ben Frost is a visual artist whose work seeks to challenge contemporary norms and values of Western culture and society. Frost’s visual work places common iconic images from advertising, entertainment, and politics into startling juxtapositions that are often confrontational and controversial. He currently lives and works in Melbourne, Australia, and exhibits locally and internationally.
The title 'Ben Frost is Dead' comes from his 2000 solo exhibition of the same name where he faked his own death. Invitations were created in the form of a newspaper funeral notice and distributed nationwide. Newspapers labelled him 'sick' and his actions 'perverse,' when, by complete coincidence, the invitations went out on the same day a local art patron died.
The collaborative exhibition 'Colossus' with Roderick Bunter in 2000 at the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane featured a 12m x 2.4m mural by the artists, called 'Where Do You Want To Go Today?'. The mural featured controversial imagery, including masturbating cartoon characters amongst a pastiche of advertising icons as a statement on society's continuing loss of innocence. In the final week of the exhibition, a disgruntled viewer entered the gallery and slashed one of the paintings with a knife. Police requested the exhibition be closed. In 2002, he exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney as part of 'Primavera: Young Artists Under 35', where the same painting - 'Where do You Want To Go Today?' - was exhibited. Police again requested the painting be removed due to public concern.
Drum & Bass DJ and promoter based in New Zealand.
Promoter for The Collective.
Promoted and played support for:
Youngsta (UK), Octane & DLR (UK), Survival (UK), Ant TC-1 (UK), Consequence, Jakes (UK), Dieselboy (US), Balkansky (BG), The Upbeats, Concord Dawn, Salmonella Dub, P. Digggs (Shapeshifter), Truth, State of Mind, Cern, Optimus Gryme, Bulletproof, Trei, & more.
Directors : Greg et Lio
Production : ART BRIDGE - Quad group
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American contemporary street artist CS Stanley is known for visual commentary reflective of today's political climate. Born and raised in Indiana, he exhibits in local and international venues. The majority of work he produces is aerosol and stencil also incorporating a variety of mixed media to his art using multiple techniques including brush, marker and mouse in his creative process. appointed the title of Bill Levin's "personal Michelangelo" and Director of Art at The First Church of Cannabis, Stanley is known for his contribution to the interior design of the church, including murals, artwork, tees, stickers, and other miscellaneous branding.
known to be affiliated with several paint crews including Scotland's "Black Tartan Division" and operates as American council member to The Secret Society Of Super Villain Artists-UK. Since his joining, Stanley has donated his work to numerous SSOSVA fundraisers and has overseen the first American exhibition in Miami Florida.
Being an activist and advocate of human rights, as well a supporter of numerous charitable organisations, CS Stanley donates his art to fundraisers and global causes in addition to spreading awareness throughout his work.
CS Stanley currently lives and works in Indianapolis, Indiana.