Talent is usually a part of someone’s craft that defines them in many ways. Luckily, some are a bit more diverse than just their talent. Artists today are multifaceted people who use their skills and personality in various aspects of their lives. It is very rare to witness one artist’s progression and admire the fact that they remain true to themselves. One such artist is none other than furniture star, Patrick Kana. Patrick’s exquisite work with wood and other mediums within the furniture world is one of a kind. It is also worth noting, the man is a respectful and kind professional in his field. On that note, Mr. Kana took some time away from his tinkering to share his elaborate developments and work to date.
Patrick has been an artist for many years but never truly refined his search until later on. “My endeavor into the art world happened via a fairly natural, yet unplanned progression. I had always been one to make things with my hands growing up, but by no means had considered myself an artist, nor did I consider it a potential profession. Once I was exposed to formal training in my apprenticeships and in college, my passion for creating things began to play a more prominent role and manifest itself as an actuality. Being an independent artist though, was still a reach at that point. I was, and still am fortunate to have fantastic mentors and instructors who were integral to getting me and my thought-process to where it is today. When you love what you do, [...]
Director by Marlon Brandope is the new video for The Front Bottoms’ new single “Ginger.” This is from their album which released last year, entitled Back on Top. The video is set in school, depicting the uprising of rebellious teens, a perfect fit to the pop-punk anthem.
The nostalgic video will surely remind viewers of old, comforting 80’s films.Watch here:
Shoutout to source: Pitchfork.
Porches released the video for their single “Car.” It is from their new full-length Pool, out now via Domino Records.
The video is directed by Daniel Brereton. In the description, the video is described as:
The 26th installment of the UO Music Video Series features Porches dancing — and glancing — in synchronization in a surreal setting full of soft, pastel light.Watch the video here:
Brooklyn-based Heliotropes have released the video for ‘Wherever You Live’ the third track from their upcoming album Over There That Way, out July 15 via The End Records. You can catch Heliotropes in NYC as part of this summer’s Record Store Crawl event on July 30. Full details are here and tickets are on sale.
The Robyn collaboration “Hang Me Out To Dry” dates back to 2011 — an early draft was recorded for the Metronomy album The English Rivieria — but it didn’t come together until last year. Listen below.
We know, totally annoying, but we need to do it!