Take your hi-fi get-down off the grid with this hand-powered turntable.
Dramatic stagings of the junk food necessary for a great performance
A vinyl promo package designed to pique interest.
Inspired by classic '80s music videos from Michael Jackson and Talking Heads
If the Plugg actually got made, we might listen to the radio more often.
Swedish band takes us into the gymnasium for a weird work-out on its newest single.
New doc tells the story of the rediscovered Detroit area proto-punk trio.
Pop's old group never made it big, eh? All the more reason he can star on this blog.
Beautiful images of great albums on fine turntables are sure to make collectors of either drool.
Dapper disco dudes show us their roto-toms in split screen.
Minimalist animation gets maximum results on the latest vid from the drone rockers.
A look at the work of OPN's latest collaborator.
If best-selling albums had been books instead
The Dutch design outfit adds some audio oomph to its unique geometric backpack. But, is that a good thing?
A nightmarish clip recounts the artist's 81-day detainment.
Musician Tonie Joy didn't know he was going to appear in whiskey brand's ad campaign.
Private press records drawn from Johan Kugelberg's collection are on view in NYC.
Thirty seconds of weirdness from the grunge kings
Sleepy, soothing images from the natural world
Leo goes nuts with the 78 rpm record theme for the agency's anniversary.
The Creeps capture the young songwriter on the verge of big things in this atmospheric clip.
CANADA directs for an all Barcelona collaboration.
A sequined dress lights up a young boy's day.
Indie R&B singer's latest clip is a MOCAtv production.
A limited-edition official history of the band in book form
It's black and white (and dusty) at Joshua Tree National Park for the California sister rockers.
Superfan of the '90s undergroud, zinester, and ace designer talks about his work on a new series for Numero Group.
An American-designed high-end turntable at a nice price makes for a Kickstarter hit.
He spent 22 years with the band, only missing two shows.
French label Maison Kitsuné uses the rock show format to enliven the fashion show for Fall Winter 2013.
Get to the London Independent Label Market even earlier.
Nineties music TV samples, and other production details from the video's producer
Visual illusions and color manipulation from the NYC duo
A washed out clip featuring a rare acting performance from Mary Timony
This can't be the real cover for the new My Bloody Valentine album, can it?
Icelandic band's latest vid is epic and elemental.
Reminders of hip hop's oral history in NYC in red street signs
The deluxe version of the Beacon album The Ways We Separate will come in a case cast from pure sugar.
The world sends them garbage; they send back music.
Former Black Flag members and friends reconvene at Redondo Beach Moose Lodge on the site of the band's legendary first gig.
Rodan's bug-loving guitarist focused on his design and printing during those quiet years.
"You don't have to be perpetually clean, but you should know where your shit is when you need it."
Leif Podhajsky contributes six marble artworks for the expanded edition.
A textbook example of graphic design in video
Alan Lomax shot video, too.
With guest editing from Chan Marshall
A bizarre, conceptual clip from a Japanese artist
The Black Dice member and visual artist opts for compositional elegance in his fifth solo show.
A-Trak and Tommy Trash's new Rube Goldberg-style video
Crystal clear view from the first row on the night Dylan went electric
Brahms to help with constipation, "The Barber of Seville" to increase appetite.
Plus T-shirts, a vinyl release, and two vintage footage lyric videos
Three short-run tapes with controversial designs from Jeff Jank
A surreal new clip from the filmmaker behind those Old Spice ads. Also, Henry Winkler's in it.
Lectures, DIY projects, and field trips for teenage students.
Two pieces of colored vinyl, a stencil, and some strategic die cutting
Totem Visual and Luke Brown fly the flag on an Aussie producer's 12-inch record sleeve.
The New Order 12" single from 1983 featured a legendary and expensive die-cut sleeve.
You can ship this vintage record player in an envelope.
Romance, drama, and double-vanilla-chocolate-almond-cream cake in Prada's new collaborative spot.
Golden-age-of-vinyl gems culled from the bargain bin run the aesthetic gamut.
The New York band borrowed imagery from a 2003 installation for its latest album design.
A noisy intro to Indian truck art
Raymond Pettibon's iconic four bars logo and flyer artwork get their due in interviews with Hank Rollins, Flea, and other L.A. punk luminaries.
Own a little piece of the sold-out tour.
Nothing Major pops-up at the MAAF fest right here in our 'hood. Come out, say hello, and shop the shop in real time.
Patterns, patterns everywhere in Chicago's Union Park
PT Anderson directs Apple and her sister
The Valencian illustrator tells us about his illustration process, contributing to Beck's Song Reader, and working with the sun.
We've got a file on Chicago poster maniac Ryan Duggan of Drug Factory Press
We've got a file on filmmaker and visual artist Elizabeth Skadden.
NoMa speaks with Andrew Savage from Parquet Courts about the handmade aesthetic of his record covers, formative LP designs, and the difference between cultural and capitalistic artwork.
Designs for tapes, singles, and Riso posters that aren't afraid of the negative space
Def Jam x Estee Lauder?
Two alternating camera crews working very hard
Spoils include a prize pack, a cash reward, and some feedback from Case herself
One can spot these single color Brazilian gig posters a mile away.
Washington, D.C.'s underground scene of the '80s gets its proper due.
The recently re-branded fashion label taps Kim Gordon, Courtney Love, Ariel Pink, and Marilyn Manson for new campaign.
The British graphic designer known for his work with Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and 10cc passed away Thursday at age 69.
The shadowy art and music "company" Lansing-Dreiden finally gets its albums out on wax.
Legends of the Euro disco face off in a photo spread shot by Hedi Slimane.
Much better than another T-shirt
The visual history of Dead Kennedys, Crass, and Black Flag.
A new documentary about the cult classic soul singer is in the works.
The art happening on rails visited Chicago's Union Station.
The NYC photographer and filmmaker makes good use of the loop and glitch.
The D.C. musician turned designer curates and collaborates at Field, an online shop of homewares that are built to age well.
You won’t find this key figure in the Stones Throw inner circle on Google Image, but you know his sleeve designs for the one-of-a-kind Los Angeles label. Jeff Jank gives Nothing Major a rare glimpse behind the scenes in underground hip-hop. But, with Jank, many of the mysteries remain intact.
Frontman for smart-ass punk acts Obits/Hot Snakes/Drive Like Jehu/Pitchfork in a rare conversation on his art and inspiration
The Stones Throw creative director and sleeve designer Jeff Jank digs these records for the covers, not the music.
Concert photos in stereo
A graphic designer makes new work daily from his favorite verses.