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{     Fan Death "Reunited"     }    


Not much to say but that you really need to see this new video from Fan Death for the rad extended mix of "Reunited" from their forthcoming EP A Coin For The Well c/o The Pharmacy Recording Co. You especially need to see this video if you're a fan of Prince, Marilyn Manson, Andre 3000, Depeche Mode, Bjork, Peter Gabriel, Fad Gadget, Siouxsie, Courtney Love, Axl Rose, Left Eye, David Byrne, Adam Ant, Pee-Wee Herman, Billy Corgan and really, really cute girls. It's for you.

You can watch it after the jump, but do yourself a favor and go watch it in HD on by clicking here, and please be sure to watch it through to the very end!

- Fan Death "Reunited" (128kb Mediafire link)
- Fan Death on Myspace
- Also, go read what 'fan death' is on Wikipedia, it'll make you like them even more.


October 12, 2009;/h3>

{     Three Hearts Club     }    


Three Hearts Club (a.k.a. The Hash Crew) is a prominent and influential graffiti crew from Chicago, formed in the early 90's and still going strong these many years later. With a diverse membership of not only graffiti artists, but also fine artists, graphic artists and musicians, the Three Hearts Club crew is known for their smooth blend of classic graffiti with contemporary abstractions, ideas and mediums.

You've seen their work on the street, in the galleries, on skateboards, posters, books and album covers, so it's only fitting that you be able to find them on some tees, right? Well, that's what's up with, the Three Hearts Club online store. You can pick up mixes, prints, and of course tees - our favorite being the Auto Drop pictured above. I just got mine in the mail today and I love it!

- Check their work at
- Check the store at


October 11, 2009;/h3>

{     Tone Tank and his 'Beast Hombre'     }    


Rapper/artist Tone Tank (owner of Scumlife, member of the Nuclear Family, and one half of Iller Than Theirs) has always been obsessed with bootleg action figures. What are they, you ask? They're the weirdo generic-ish toys that you find in 99 cent stores, flea markets or wherever junk can be sold that just ain't legit. The figures tend to be ripoff superheros with mismatched body parts or purposely erroneously painted costumes, like where you think it's the Superman 'S' at first, but instead you realize it's a '5'. The variations are infinite, but as Tone noticed, nearly all of them almost always have some kind of glowing something included, and it's usually their chest.

So that brought Tone to create his own bootleg figure, the 'Beast Hombre', an orange superhero dude with a howling beast of a head and of course, a light embedded in his chest. He made only 24 of these gnarly orange dudes, hand cast in resin and they sold out f-f-f-f-fast.

So why am I mentioning this if you can no longer acquire your own? Because Tone Tank is a fucking rad dude that does a ton of rad shit, and you need to know that. Not only does he make action figures (I mean, who does that?!), he also has an ill clothing line and more importantly, all the music he's involved with is fucking DOPE. Really. Like, I thought it was gonna suck, I'll be honest, but now it's kinda my jam for real. Go check out Tone Tank on Myspace, then get some Iller Than Theirs action, 'cause there are three free downloadable EPs between the two of them that all slay. Get at it.

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