Al Jazeera’s reportage on anarchist Niko Romanos and the situation in Greece.
I just read about this and found it rather funny and creative, definitely smart and original. Apparently, an experimental sound system has been developed that can detect colored sushi plates and play a specific sound. Hip hop producer Just Blaze tried the innovative system out and actually made an awesome groundbreaking sushi-fueled DJ set for some Japanese locals at a revolutionary Sushi-go-round in Japan. You’re sure to laugh but the mix he creates is impressive to say the least. Watch the video here.
Yesterday I wrote a bit on Joseph “Culture” Hill and his son Kenyatta. Here’s an awesome, rare interview with Joseph Hill in 1982 I just found on the midnightraver blog!
Give thanks to MIDNIGHT RAVER’S Peter van Arnhem for this most crucial contribution.
The article finds Joseph Hill in London in September 1982. Joseph talks about the split in the group, about the death of Bob Marley, about the song “Tribute to the O.M.” (album Lion Rock) and about Rasta.
After the album Lion Rock 4 years went by before Joseph Hill reunited with original members Kenneth Dayes and Albert Walker and recorded the album Çulture in Culture.