New Music: Asher Roth “Terry (Freestyle)”

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Who knows what Asher Roth’s up to these days, but I kinda wish he’d release more music. With only his third offering of the year following “More or Less” and The Cool Kids-assisted “Wu Financial,” Asher makes a brief return to sprinkle some “free thoughts” over Action Bronson’s breezy “Terry” beat (word to The Alchemist). Lines like “I need some reassurance that industry is worth it / ‘Cause the inner me is nervous that this energy ain’t working / I know this shit ain’t perfect, I may be a different person / ‘Cause I can’t pretend I’m working with this worthlessness they worship” might provide some clues as to why we don’t hear from this guy near enough as we should.

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Butter Goods Delivers an Authentically Retro Lookbook for Its Third Drop of 2017

Quality T-shirts are the backbone of every reputable streetwear label and for the upcoming season, Butter Goods delivers a bevy of distinctive offerings. The Australian skate imprint presents a handful of impactful graphics, ranging from King Kong and Garfield references to vivid, text-heavy pieces. Several tees and caps boast subtle embroidery of the brand’s logo, offering a restrained alternative to the striking prints. Photographs taken with Kodak film invokes the youthfulness of ’90s skate footage while the T-shirts’ vintage-inspired imagery and boxy fits further cement the brand’s backward-looking credibility.

The hoodies and trousers in the lookbook are currently up on Butter Goods’ webstore and you can expect the new tees and hats to follow soon. This new drop follows the release of the capsule collaboration produced in league with fellow Australian imprint Highs and Lows.

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Playboi Carti Teases Hugh Hefner Tribute


It’s only right that Playboi Carti pay tribute to Hugh Hefner. Not long after Playboy magazine’s founder took his last breath, the rapper who borrows its namesake dropped this short instrumental on Twitter. However, it sounds like there is more to hear — judging from this teaser.

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KAWS, Takashi Murakami & More Major Art News This Week

The art world is always shifting, which makes it difficult to remain relevant as an artist, especially for an emerging one. However, it isn’t exactly that much easier for major artists. KAWS and Takashi Murakami continue to dominate the industry with never-before-seen variants of their trademark motifs. How do they reserve a global presence despite the emergence of new trends? They make pieces worth talking about and do their best to stay connected with their fans on social media.

The aforesaid pair rarely goes a day without posting an Instagram photo, story, or video. An artist’s niche is important, but constant communication is major. Nevertheless, stay in the art loop by checking out these key stories below.

KAWS to Debut New Artwork at Frieze Art Fair in London

The prestigious Frieze Art Fair in London is set to commence on October 17. Cocktails will be served, suits will be donned, and fine contemporary art will be available to peruse. One participating artist is KAWS who will display a handful of new pieces at Galerie Perrotin’s solo booth (A17) at the event. Accompanying the paintings is a new outdoor Companion sculpture at Regent’s Park which made its debut this past July.

Visit the Frieze Art Fair’s official website to learn more and find the address below.

Regent’s Park
Chester Rd
London, UK NW1 4NR,

Takashi Murakami’s “Under the Radiation Falls” Exhibit in Moscow

Takashi Murakami has opened a major retrospective at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow, Russia. Titled “Under the Radiation Falls,” the new exhibit is split into five parts and spotlights a slew of archival as well as new prints, paintings, sculptures and installations. Murakami’s signature Flowers, Mr. DOB, Kai Kai Kiki and even Miss ko2 characters are featured in the extensive presentation.

The exhibit is currently open to the public up until February 4, 2018. Visit Garage MCA’s official website to learn more.

Jenny Holzer Takes Over the Blenheim Palace in England

Jenny Holzer has launched a new exhibition at the historic Blenheim Palace in England. The presentation features a wide array of text-based artwork and stonework pieces alongside Holzer’s iconic LED light installations. Additionally, she has created a virtual reality mobile app for the showcase. The text highlighted in the pieces are culled from The Not Forgotten Association—a charity organization that provides assistance for military veterans in the UK.

The exhibit is currently open to the public up until December 31. Head over to the Blenheim Art Foundation’s official website to learn more.

Blenheim Palace
Woodstock OX20 1PP, UK

Felipe Pantone’s “Planned Iridescence” Exhibit in NYC

Innovative artist Felipe Pantone will be making his way into New York City this fall to launch a new solo exhibit called “Planned Iridescence.” The digitally-inclined presentation will see approximately 20 new artworks that explore “the interaction between the displacement of the light spectrum and the color dynamism,” said Pantone in a statement.

“Planned Iridescence” will open at the GR gallery in New York City from October 19 up until November 25.

GR Gallery
255 Bowery
New York, NY 10002

Vitamin C Explores Iconic Clay & Ceramic Artists

Acclaimed publisher Phaidon has released a new hardcover book called Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art. The 300-page tome highlights clay and ceramic pieces by over 100 storied visual artists from across the globe. To name a few, the works of Ai Weiwei, Sterling Ruby and Caroline Achaintre are featured in the book. “Clay and ceramics have in recent years been elevated from craft to high art material, with the resulting artworks being coveted by collectors and exhibited in museums around the world,” said Phaidon.

Drop by Phaidon’s online shop to purchase the book for approximately $69 USD.

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