Haveboard is back again to bring you that good Hip Hop. Weekends are for amateurs. Come out and party on a Monday at Teri’s!
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Former 1026′ers R.E.Load Bags’ semi-annual collaborative artist bag show, “Seam Rippers”, is this Saturday May 11th from 7-10pm at 608 North 2nd St. The show consists of bags and accessories that have been customized by some of R.E.Load’s favorite artists from Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Japan. Including some current and former Space 1026 members. All items will be available for sale on the night of the reception, and will also be placed in a special section of R.E.Loads’ website the following week. This opening also coincides with R.E.Load’s 15th Anniversary celebration !
Artists include: Roland Burns, Carrie Collins, Jamie Dillon, Gerik Forston, Emily Glaubinger, Dustin Klein, Taliah Lempert, Isaac Lin, Ellie Lum, the Minato Family, Annette Monnier, Dan Murphy, Jesse Olanday, Miriam Singer, Ralph Stollenwerk, Damian Weinkrantz, Pete Whitney, and Ben Woodward.
OPENING TONIGHT! 7-10 PM!
Opening May 3rd
Reception 7-10 PM
curated by Geoffrey Kixmiller
Eric Britain, Caley Feeney, Jessica Hans, Helen Levi, Clark Mizono and Erin Jane Nelson
1026 Arch St. 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
SUNDAY May 19th
(no advance tickets)
1026 Arch Street
NEW GALTTA TAPE // “SMOOTH END OF SUMMER” // GALTTA-010
Hello! Galtta has a new cassette! And, for those of you who can’t understand why anyone would buy a cassette, it is also digital on itunes, amazon, and other places too.
In the last days of Summer, 2012, while slowly sipping on ice cold, never ending seltzer, Mark Price and David Lackner engineered a live noise, ambient, jazz session in a nuclear polluted Brooklyn apartment. Sampling Lackner’s smooth sax playing on the fly, Price decays, delays, distorts, and mixes the samples into chords. Sometimes static. Sometimes over a relentless mix of electronic drums.
The tapes were then sent to John Swana’s studio in Philadelphia, where he added his electronic valve instrument and his baritone marching horn. Providing a virtuosic jazz element and a greater sound variety, “Smooth End Of Summer” was ready to be mixed. Two months later, during the mixing session, Lackner and Price had an unofficial eating competition at an indian buffet in Queens, NY. Price won. Lackner threw it all up, and went back to the studio, where they finished “Smooth End Of Summer” . CAUTION: THIS ONE HAS LOTS OF BASS!
Enjoy more photographs from the magical night that was the WYYLD STYLE 420 PARTY with THE NEW DREAMZ and BODY DREAMZ HERE!!!!
Join Ben Woodward aka Mr. 10 Fingers and haveboard tonight at Teri’s for an evening of classic hip hop starting at 9PM.
A photo journalistic look into the tragic comic world or trash that has been placed, shoved and squished into things that are not trash cans. All photos by Andrew Jeffrey Wright. Zine published by Deadbeat Club Press.
28 full color pages. Page size 8.5 x 5.5 inches. Color laser printed in a run of 200.
Buy it HERE!