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While I was in Nigeria for Christmas, I had the chance to work with filmmaker Abba Makama of Jungle Tribe on a short film for Post Imperial’s summer collection.

Party of Ministers is a fashion short that documents a set of ministers with a knack for the ridiculous. Each minister’s pocket square is an extension of their personality.

I hope you all enjoy

Time to make another visit to Long Island City…

On Sunday, February 5 from 1-6 p.m., Pitchfork will present “From Scratch”, an event with electronic music producer Nicolas Jaar at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, New York. The event will be presented in collaboration with MoMA PS1 and Clown & Sunset Aesthetics, Jarr’s newly formed interdisciplinary culture house with film producer Noah Kraft. Clown & Sunset Aesthetics is the parent company of Jaar’s record label Clown & Sunset


This event kicks off MoMA’s weekly winter programming series, “Sunday Sessions” that will run from February 5 to May 13, 2012 from 12pm to 6pm.

Some of the people that will be joining him:

Will Epstein

Dave Harrington

Sasha Spielberg

Lizzie Feidelson

Ryan Staake

oh… and it’s FREE

Sundays have gotten interesting again in New York! B)

TightMike & KayleoStocko… you have officialy caught my attention.

I first took notice of FALCONS on Potholes in my Blog

I can’t front… I slept on their EP. I mean it was cool…

Their Remixxes project however was much more interesting…

Now they dropped what I believe is the song that will put them over the edge in 2012.

From their bandcamp site:

Nigeria is a dark track, a solitary noctural trip through the buildings of a deserted town. Mingling uptempo juke rhythms, R&B, and a unique blend of glitchs,
coupled with samples taken from the African culture, the whole still has a modern flavour, showing us, once again, the extent of the
duo’s influences.

here is visuals to accompany all the awesomeness

Oh Nigeria. I made my first visit in 14 yrs in the midst of your toll-gate fiasco and left on the eve of your Occupy moment. It has been a long time and I am glad to have been in the middle of what seems to be positive change within the country.
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As Post-Colonial subjects of the British Empire, most Nigerians have social ties with that of the Union Jack.

We tend to adopt customs and aesthetics from those of English blood.

I on the other hand moved to America at 14. My desire to learn the Queen’s English has been replaced by the urge to watch Aaron Rodgers on Sundays.

Yes… I will gladly represent the obnoxious American thoughout my stay in Lagos.

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