Next Time: November 27th, 2015

The arts have been a big part of my life for as long as I can remember.  Creativity drives passion.  This is a weekly look into the world of artists in music, art and dance and what they create.  Feed your imagination!

Brian Friedman “Goodbye” | #BSBF

“Is someone listening?  Ok…“  Song featured is “Goodbye” by Feder (featuring Lyse).  Brian kills it yet again with this compilation at Edge Studios in my homebase of Hollywood.  Sexy and on point as always.  Love the attack of all the dancers.  Beautiful showcase.  Brian Says Be Free!

Website: (click here)
Youtube: (click here)

Instagram: @brianfriedman, @edge_pac
Twitter: @brianfriedman, @EDGE_PAC

The-Glitch-Mob-Love-Death-Immortality-artworkThe Glitch Mob | Fav Track: I Need My Memory Back (featuring Aja Volkman)

“(They) have undoubtedly found the largest audience of any L.A. beat scene artist yet”
-Chris Martins of LA Weekly

Ugh.  I fucking love The Glitch Mob.  A friend turned me onto them a few years ago and they just get better and better.  They are comprised of ediT (Edward Ma), Boreta (Justin Boreta) and Ooah (Josh Mayer).  There are a few artists that illicit a major response from me.  One of pure joy and motivation to create art.  The Glitch Mob is one of them.  I’ve been blasting the Love Death Immortality album most of today and drawing.  So much fun.

Snapchat: theglitchmob
Website: (click here)
Facebook: (click here)
Tumblr: (click here)
Soundcloud: (click here)
Youtube: (click here)

Instagram: @theglitchmob, @ooah, @boreta, @editbeats
Twitter: @theglitchmob, @ooah, @boreta, @ediT

junk1JUNK | Janko Pocuca

Janko Pocuca goes under the artist name Junk and hails from Belgrade, Serbia.  Always love talented artists spanning the globe.  I found his works on Instagram and became a fan.  He delves into illustration, character design and digital art.  The pieces all tell a cool graphic story.

Facebook: (click here)
Website: (click here)

Instagram: @junkart84

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