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The Internet: Docmentary & “Live It Up”

Today, Odd Future Record’s The Internet released the physical copy of their debut LP Purple Naked Ladies, their documentary, and a brand new track titled “Live It Up” (Prod. By Tyler, The Creator). Check it all out below, physical copy HERE. Enjoy:

– LetsKillAndre

 


Stinner Frameworks Revisited

A little while ago we featured a piece about friend and framebuilder extraordinaire Aaron Stinner here at NVRMND. Since then, Aaron has continued honing his craft and is putting together some really remarkable bikes. These days with so much of what we use and consume is made overseas and without passion so it’s a breath of fresh air to see someone invested in what they love. The following video really illustrates Aaron’s vision and is worth watching for the production value alone. Enjoy!

-mrkdwrds


Love Bad Bitches? You’ll Love Iggy Azalea

I guess I’m a little late on this one, but I just came across this very interesting chick by name Iggy Azalea. An Australian native, but born in Los Angeles, Iggy is a rapper, and full time “Bad Bitch”.

– LetsKillAndre


Himself The Majestic – “Still Dripping” Music Video

Himself The Majestic pleased us this earlier this week with some footage for his track “Still Dripping”. “Dedicated to all [his] slimes” the video sees Himself sipping on some purp and spitting some rhymes. If you like what you see visit the Shadowrunners Click tumbrl for more. Enjoy:

– LetsKillAndre

 


Those ShadowRunners

Hip hop duo from Los Angeles is what you’re looking for if your a hip hop fanatic who’s tired of listening to the same old shit. Check their website here and have a taste below. Expect big things from these dudes. Also, follow them on twitter. Enjoy:

– LetsKillAndre


El Sicario: Room 164

We all know that Mexican drug cartels are really, really cool. Loved by all, these street angles know how to have a good time. They selflessly supply the thirsty masses with the drugs they so desperately need. Yet sometimes they go too far, and stray from their noble paths. Gianfranco Rosi’s documentary “El Sicario: Room 164” shows how easily a charitable cartel hitman can be backed into corner… much like batman. The documentary is just now gaining some attention in the states, watch the trailer here:

Think the ending of “The Dark Knight”:

“Because he’s the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So we’ll hunt him because he can take it. Because he’s not our hero. He’s a silent guardian, a watchful protector. A dark knight.”

Thank you drug cartels.

-Oogie + HDJ


Streets is Talking

The guy directly above in the mailbox is Ian Reid. Ian is doing something (at least I think) that is incredibly awesome with a video camera. He’s making videos of the oddities that happen around him on a daily basis through skateboarding.

This is kind of the original video of it before “Streets is Talking” started coming together, he explains the idea and how it began pretty well in this: 

The trailer for his new video called “Streets is Talking” seems like there are more clips of him looking for weirdness wherever he is and not just waiting for crazy shit to happen around him and I am beyond excited to see it. check it out: 

Looks sick right? Here are some more miscellaneous clips if you liked it too much and wanna keep watching: 

-Hard Denim Jeans