3rd outing for the FTN Crew and so far the most mindblowing production they have done [in my opinion]
I’ve got to explain the setting as you don’t get it from the pics. The production is set in a large 1940’s warehouse but inside the building are some offices and the guys have taken over one of said offices. So when you look at the full wall as a joiner [supplied by Mono the Great] you have to take in that you are looking at 4 walls and this production engulfs you as you stand in the middle of the room. It truly is stunning.
Aaaaaanyway. Enough of my mindless rambling, here’s the pics.
UK Artist, Hush announced his New York show “Found” recently and held a competition on his blog to win signed prints. Wednesday night while watching what was billed as a football match, I spent more time messing with my phone and catching up with Twitter. That was where I first saw the new piece by Hush being painted in New York and luckily Arrested Motion were there to take photos and put them on their website.
Being a massive fan of his work, I’ve snagged the pics for your viewing pleasure!
Hush is in the Big Apple and already making his mark on the Lower East Side. In preparation for his upcoming show“Found” on Friday (Nov 19th) at the White Walls‘ pop up location of Angel Orensanz Foundation For Contemporary Art, the UK street artist is busy elevating his exposure to the streets of New York. Braving windy conditions of up to 50 mph, AM and Hush caught a (legit) wall on the corner of Stanton & Norfolk to display a live painting session of one of his portraits for his upcoming exhibition.
“A sneak peek at the spectacular pop up location for the upcoming show..”
Friend of In A State - Paul Lyman, has his mix featured on James Lavelles Dazed Digital Mix Tape.
We were informed last night that James Lavelles latest mix for Dazed Digital featured Paul Lymans mix of UNKLES “Heaven”.
Paul has been a long time friend and featured in our very first In A State Mix series (see here)
Anyway, here’s the blurb from the Dazed Digital site for your reading pleasure:
Unkle’s main man offer Dazed Digital readers a selection of his favourite records, from Carl Craig to Fleetwood Mac
Here, producer and Unkle founder James Lavelle presents “The Dazed and the Confused (vol 1) DJ mix: “When Jefferson asked me to do this I was really excited about working with Dazed again on a music project; our paths had not crossed for a while so this seemed like the perfect thing to do. Djing has always been the fabric of what I’ve done both alone and with Unkle and it’s been the back bone of mine and Pablo’s [Clements, Unkle colleague] relationship for the past 15 years.
"I wanted to put together a mix which, as I hope our records do, takes you on a journey and breaks down sonic barriers. The mix weaves our own records with contemporary sounds, artists and records and those I love from the past, hopefully taking you on a seamless sonic adventure. It contains some new exclusives from Trentmoller’s ambient mix of ‘The Answer’ to our new club banger ‘Sianara’, together with new tracks from our recent 'Lives of the Artists'score. So here it is: from Carl Craig to Unkle, Fleetwood Mac to Mark Lanagan from the beautiful to the twisted, from downtempo to the dance floor. I hope you enjoy the ride.” - James Lavelle.
1. Unkle – Dazed and Confused Intro 2. Unkle – Country Tune (Redux) 3. Unkle – Country Tune (Feat. Gavin Clark) 4. Unkle – Not A Sound 5. Unkle – The Answer (Trentemoller Remix) 6. Junip - Without You 7. Bruce Springsteen –State Trooper (Trentemoller Redit) 8. Unkle - The Answer – Future Beat Alliance Remix 9. DJ Hell / Bryan Ferry - U Can Dance (Carl Craig Remix v1) 10. Unkle – Follow Me Down (Tim Goldsworthy Remix) 11. Fleetwood Mac – Big Love (Live Version) 12. Unkle – Sayounara 13. Unkle – Heavy Drug - Reprise 14. Unkle – Heavy Drug 15. Unkle – Heavy Drug – King Unique Remix 16. Unkle – Heavy Drug – Future Beat Alliance Remix 17. Carl Craig – At Les (Christian Smith’s Hypnotica Remix) 18. Unkle - Heaven 19. Unkle – Heaven (Paul Lyman Remix) 20. Unkle – Every dream comes to an end 21. Unkle – Another night out (Feat Mark Lanegan)