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The Shows

SXSW is a veritable smorgasbord of music- there are shows at auditoriums, in bars, back yards, street corners, churches, alley ways, hotel rooms…pretty much anywhere you can think of at every second of the day. I landed on Wednesday evening and headed straight out to Duran Duran (girls on film! the chauffeur! hungry like a wolf!), but the surprise highlight of the week may have been Austra who opened for the Kills at the Domino Records showcase. These girls have moves, and I’m quite sure everyone (and I do mean everyone) fell in love that night. Definitely keep an eye our for these Toronto up and comers and take a listen to their album.

Below are some of my personal highlights:

Simon Le Bon!


Weekend playing at the Insound showcase

Ariel Pink

Twin Shadow!!

Pitchfork x Christianity

James. Blake.

Big Freeeeeeeedia

Dancer @ Big Freedia

Alison Mosshart of The Kills



Kurt Vile

Dan Deacon at StyleCaster

Hunx and His Punx

Soft Moon

man man

Erykah Badu

Tim of the Fresh and Onlys

My only regret is not getting to see more of Austin on this whirlwind trip. I’ll definitely be heading back soon for a proper tour…and perhaps some serious vintage shopping. Stay tuned for SXSW Street Style!

x O x


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At Siege’s Mardi Gras birthday party a couple weekends ago I met a sweet lovely boy named Paul from Austin, Texas. Paul was in town for a bunch of Christeene shows, his performance moniker. I heard Christeene was a crazy ass bitch, but after meeting him out of character I was convinced it couldn’t be too raunchy.

I was wrong.

Christeene being carried out by his dancers

I liked it so nice, I saw Christeene twice.

Ass Up

Ass Down

Both shows were with Big Freedia, who I think actually showed less ass than Christeene (no easy feat). As she would say; WURK DAT STANKHOLE GIRRRLLL. You killed it! Make sure to come back to see us in NYC real soon.

Want some more (you dirty whore)? Check out the video below:

Stay tuned for more images from SXSW, coming soon!

x O x

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Georgia Weekender

Went down to Athens Friday night for a show organized by Henry of Chunklet Magazine featuring Man…or Astro-Man? at the 40 Watt club. Soundscreen Design did a limited edition 7″ record for the event to celebrate Touchable Sound, our new book on rare, DIY and underground 7″ design. You can check out images of the packaging (which included an old computer circuit board) on Chunket’s site, linked above.

Fiend Without a Face opened, feat. Brent Hinds of Mastodon

Man...or Astro-Man!?!

Saturday night was another amazing time with the Of Montreal gang at Variety in ATL.

Kevin and his adorable daughter backstage before the show

Stage Antics


Onesies. Lots and lots of onesies.

Sunday Soundcheck

Of Montreal has never disappointed me with their live shows. Such a talented group of musicians and always a great performance…not to mention an all around stellar group of people.

Thanks to everyone for the good times!


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I’ve been hard at work these last couple months coordinating the 2010 apparel collection at Soundscreen Design. I have been fortunate enough to wrangle five amazing designers;

  • Slow and Steady Wins the Race
  • Rob Carmichael
  • Hisham Bharoocha
  • Samantha Pleet
  • Patent Pending (formed by Jesse LeDoux and Jeff Kleinsmith, creative director at Sub Pop)

Each designer is asked to pick two bands influential to them- the only rule being that it’s a band currently making music.

There will be ten original designs for ten awesome bands: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Animal Collective, Atlas Sound, Beach House, HEALTH, Pantha du Prince, Chairlift, Band of Horses, TV on the Radio and one TBA (its a secret!).

We’re doing a staggered release for this collection, the first four by Hisham Bharoocha and Rob Carmichael. Hisham is well known as a member of Black Dice, Lightening Bolt, and his solo project Soft Circle as well as the creative director of the new Phosphorescence sunglasses line, featuring designs from Erin Wasson, No Age, Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth), Maria Cornejo, and more- you can grab these at Opening Ceremony. Rob has his own studio and record label in Brooklyn, and serves as Animal Collective’s go-to man, designing all their album art and packaging.

I’m pretty psyched to wear this Pantha du Prince tank.

You can check out the rest on our site-

Also, if you’re in the area on Thursday I’ll be holding it down at the Insound Warehouse sale where you can buy SSD merch and also Insound vinyl, posters, headphones, and all the audio accoutrement your little arms can carry. Oh, and there’s FREE BEER!

x O

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