Philosoraptor live mix on tonight’s show. #livemix #bass #pbsfm
Last week I sat down with Fenella Kernebone from The Sound Lab on triple j. This week I am talking to Bevin Campbell, the curator and presenter of The Blend on PBS. The two radio shows have a lot in common, both focusing on experimental and fringe electronica. Last year, The Blend entered its tenth year on air…
Tigermoth, the bearded hip hop warrior, live on The Blend #pbsfm #dualityandtheinfinite #hiphop #beats
In July of 2012, 50+ of Toronto’s premier graffiti, mural and street artists will liberate one of Canada’s largest graffiti walls. A highly vandalized sound barrier, located at Queen West and Dufferin alongside the Metrolinx rail tracks, has recently become targeted by Toronto’s Graffiti Bi-law.
At the request of the property developers, the community and in partnership with Metrolinx a team of local artists and community arts workers have been assembled to organize and coordinate a monumental mural that will encompass the entire wall from end to end.
This mural will incorporate artists of different urban styles, community volunteers and local arts organizations in efforts to create a historical installation that represents and preserves Toronto’s street art scene in its current state.
Executive Producers: Urbancorp
Producer, Director: Reginald Tiessen
Special thanks to:
Metrolinx & GO Transit, City of Toronto, Parkdale Village BIA, New Found Network, Creative Factory, David Mandell, Tony Manocchio, Alex Gelman, Colin Rauscher, Jodi Callan, Sarah Hamel, Dr. Chris M. Drohan, José-Gabriel, Bill Emerson and all the artists who contributed their time and talent.