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  • De Marchi Presents: Dawn Of The Pros

    Born at the turn of the twentieth century, Emilio De Marchi was a friend of cycling pros such as Ottavio Bottecchia, Fausto Coppi, Giordano Cottur and a list of others including later…
  • The Priest, They Called Him

    In 1993 Kurt Cobain and William S. Burroughs released a rarely-discussed spoken word record entitled “The Priest, They Called Him.”  Since I was a fan of both contributors, I eagerly purchased the…

  • Mark Ward at Bleach London

    Mark Ward's Stussy-sponsored solo exhibit at Bleach London features his latest work and has been such a success that the show was extended until September 9th. Mark’s been a busy lad, releasing…
  • Efterklang on The Superbase Blog

    Efterklang Presents: An Island

    “A while ago I hosted a screening for the film An Island, a film by Vincent Moon about the amazing band Efterklang. This was definitely more than a music/video project, it’s an inspiring look at…

  • Mike Watt: Dos y Dos

    It’s been over 15 years since Dos released their last record, so when Mike Watt mentioned he got together with Kira Roessler (the other half of the dueling thunderspiel delight) to release…

  • Who Is Bozo Texino?

    I was attending the Art In The Streets exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles when I discovered a ramshackle television set playing a Bill Daniel documentary on boxcar graffiti…

  • Rammellzee MOCA Art In The Streets on Superbase.co Blog

    Rammellzee

    “Rammellzee wrote with Basquiat, mixed with Taketo Shimada, played with Buckethead, and inspired the formation of Cyprus Hill. I was completely awed by what the Rammellzee Estate and Suzanne Geiss put together for The…