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Netherfriends – “Uptown Boys” [Music Video]


Video: Jordon Clark, Bryan Zawlocki, Shawn Rosenblatt, and Rich Jones
Edited by : Jordon Clark

Premiering today on Elevator, it’s the video to “Uptown Boys,” from NetherfriendsP3ACE album (the song itself originally debuted on SPIN last summer).

The video offers a peek into Netherfriends’ never-ending life on the road, and some cameos from a few Kimball House regulars (we see you Westley!).

P3ACE is available now at netherfriends.us

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Netherfriends On NME’s “Radar”

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Netherfriends was recently spotted on NME‘s “Radar”- appearing in the publication’s section for new and noteworthy music in its January 25th issue, on newsstands now.

The one-man-band on-the-run will drop his new LP, #P3ACE, on March 3rd, but you can head over to his Bandcamp right now for the first 3 songs (3P).

It’s impossible to say what Shawn Rosenblatt is going to do next. Having already released his ‘50 Songs 50 States’ collection and a Miles Davis-inspired EP, he’s back with yet more new tunes. ‘3P’ consists of (you guessed it) three tracks that are hazier than a coffee shop in Amsterdam. Dabbling in reggae and R&B sensibilities, ‘3P’ is Netherfriends at his most slinky and seductive. This spring’s anthems have come early.  – NME

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Netherfriends – “Uptown Boys”

Netherfriends: "Uptown Boys" - SPIN Magazine

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On Friday, SPIN Magazine premiered “Uptown Boys,” the first single from Netherfriends‘ upcoming album, P3ACE. “Uptown Boys” has been hailed as the “Stoner Anthem of Summer 2013” by many a music journalist. Peep the track below and discover it for yourself.

P3ACE will be the first official studio project from Netherfriends. Combining his current approach to production with a solid knack for songwriting, Netherfriends hooked up with Apollo Sunshine’s Jeremy Black and holed up at Coyote Hearing Studio in Oakland, California. Stay on the lookout for P3ACE,  coming soon!

Young Americans – “Cultural Stereotypes”

Fess Grandiose was on hand to contribute to the dialog featured in episode seven of “Young Americans” from Scion AV and VICE. Dealing with the theme of cultural stereotypes, Fess and the other participants confront issues of race and stereotype, and their respective effects on urban and rural life.

What does it mean about you when you live in a big city? What about a small town? How many of those stereotypes about culture and race and location are true?

Watch previous episodes of “Young Americans by clicking right here.

After tackling issues that resonated in 2012, from college debt to social networking, season two of Scion AV and VICE’s Young Americans sees the return of Producer/Director Lance Bangs and company as they travel across the nation to capture real viewpoints and opinions from today’s youth.

In season two, ethnicity is the overarching lens through which Lance and his team focused in on some targeted topics such as body image, socializing and media representations. The end result was a documented survey of people from a wide array of ethnic communities hailing from all over the US.

Young Americans – “LGBT”

In episdoe five of “Young Americans” from Scion AV and VICE, Fess Grandiose addresses homophobia in Hip-Hop, and the compares today’s gay rights issues to the fight for civil rights in the 60s.

Gay rights and gender roles are explored in the sixth episode of the season, shining light on how these issues can very from ethnic group to ethnic group.

Watch previous episodes of “Young Americans by clicking right here.

After tackling issues that resonated in 2012, from college debt to social networking, season two of Scion AV and VICE’s Young Americans sees the return of Producer/Director Lance Bangs and company as they travel across the nation to capture real viewpoints and opinions from today’s youth.

In season two, ethnicity is the overarching lens through which Lance and his team focused in on some targeted topics such as body image, socializing and media representations. The end result was a documented survey of people from a wide array of ethnic communities hailing from all over the US.

Young Americans – “Media Representations”

From movies, TV shows, commercials and even to the digital space, does today’s media realistically portray our generation?

In the third installment of “Young Americans” from Scion AV and VICE, Fess Grandiose chimes in on film and subculture as it’s presented in the media.

Watch previous episodes of “Young Americans by clicking right here.

After tackling issues that resonated in 2012, from college debt to social networking, season two of Scion AV and VICE’s Young Americans sees the return of Producer/Director Lance Bangs and company as they travel across the nation to capture real viewpoints and opinions from today’s youth.

In season two, ethnicity is the overarching lens through which Lance and his team focused in on some targeted topics such as body image, socializing and media representations. The end result was a documented survey of people from a wide array of ethnic communities hailing from all over the US.

Like Magazine: “Polar Opposites” Photo Spread

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The Winter issue of Like Magazine sports some looks for the ladies that are bound to stay hot even in sub-zero temperatures. Amongst the sizzlin’ spreads is a shoot dubbed “Polar Opposites,” shot by our friend Annalise Freytag. The feature was styled by Kendra Katzman and our very own Shelly Wilson.  Subscribe to Like Magazine to check out the full spread.

“Polar Opposites”
Models: Corey & Rachel (The Rock Agency)
Hair: Shelly Wilson
Wardrobe: Kendra Katzman
Makeup: Ceejay Iman & Kristen Mussari
Photographer: Annalise Freytag

Like Magazine is a California-based magazine that celebrates the underground arts by showcasing the latest in art, fashion, music, and photography.