Who is Plastikman? Plastikman is the main recording identity for Canadian DJ/VJ Richie Hawtin. I honestly have never heard of him but apparently you don’t need to, instead to need to see him, live. Check out the video after the break that showcases the visuals at his tour, they’re simply amazing, so much so that I definitely want to look out for him when he comes to NYC. [ Continue Reading ]
My name is Teresa. I live in Ontario. Writing is what I’m all about; I will and do write about everything under the sun (the boring stuff, I do for the money.) My activities consist of yoga, working out at the local MMA fight club, and walking. I’m into fashion, I like to read and I even scrapbook.
I am married to my high school sweetheart and we have two boys, born 2005 and 2008. [ Continue Reading ]
If you follow my posts, you will know that I am a big fan of weird music videos that take you away to a place you have never been before and this is certainly the video that does just that. Land of Talk is a Canadian indie rock band from Montreal, Quebec. The video is for their single “It’s ok” [ Continue Reading ]
Nothing has ever been as (unintentionally) funny as “FIFTEEN”, a teenage soap opera that was one of the first shows on Nickelodeon. [ Continue Reading ]
The 50′s were, to me, visually speaking, the sexiest decade. While pin-ups are my favorite, these come in second. They were created by Edward Kwong, a cool Canadian (Vancouver to be exact) who lays down sharp lines, definitions, and chiseled faces reminiscent of 50s Ad posters and comic books. His illustrations are very angular and their precision is no-nonsense. For more variety, you can check out some of his current sketches here. [ Continue Reading ]
A few months back, I discovered a hidden gem of a tv series. This show had a number of things working against it; it’s about a farce about a rock band (too small a demographic), it’s extremely low budget (the show generally looks like something you or I would make with a cell phone camera), it has only one season which ran on a little watched channel (the Independent Film Channel), and worst of all, it was Canadian. I watched every episode back to back, and I freaking loved it. Let me tell you about the greatest shitty band ever; Cock’d Gunns. [ Continue Reading ]