Tuesday, June 30, 2009

HIGH LINE upper ground Park is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

HIGH LINE is a new free NYC park,
in Meatpacking District & Chelsea area.
Opening Summer 2009 : 7am - 10pm
The High Line is built atop a 1930s elevated freight rail structure;
its design and plantings are based on the environment that grew
naturally when trains stopped running on it.

Visitor access may be limited in June, due to the anticipated 
high volume of visitors and ongoing construction work.
The entrance to the High Line Park is at the Gansevoort Street 
access point, and you may exit the park at any of the northern
access points; 14th, 16th, 18th, and 20th street.
more info about High Line visit :
www.thehighline.org or (212)500-6035
look out at the view by Hudson river or Chelsea Piere


the Standard Hotel in Meatpacking District


the view underneath Standard Hotel building



Monday, June 29, 2009

The Blend Networking Event is What's Good in NYC!!

Networking in NYC is a must,
especially among Creative Circle.
Gathering your people and mingling,
this Tuesday June 30th at Le Royale
21 7th Ave, New York
7-10PM, special $3 drinks.
Hosted by Guilherme Cunha
meet & greet to connect!!

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Shout out to Australian Artists/Hip-Hop Act: NYC Check it out!

Bliss N Eso
From an early stage in their career, this Australian artist/band, Bliss N Eso primarily built their fan base from their compelling and energetic live performances. An exhilarating blend of fluid rhymes and banging beats teamed with beat boxing, impromptu freestyling and seamless turntablism make their live shows a brand in their own right, and has seen the group hailed as one of the best live acts in Australia. 
In 2008, Bliss N Eso released their 3rd album : "Flying Colours", which recieved near perfect review in countless media, broke all kinds of records for an Australian hip-hop act, one of their monster singles that hit the highest selling of the year is The Sea is Rising (watch VDO clip).


Lowrider
Adelaide's iconic Lowrider are a testament to the fact that the most integral part of being a successful band is making good music. With no gimmicks, special effects or record label backing, this foursome managed to build a reputation as one of Australia's most incredible bands without so much as an EP to their name. Two albums and hundreds of live show later, Lowrider are undoubtedly one of the most critically acclaimed acts to emerge from Australia over the past decade. 
With smoothly delivered vocals over a simple ensemble of beats, bass and keys, Lowrider create an immaculate fusion of soul and funk. Lowrider are a collective, a real band and an indication that musicians still get in a room and jam even in the digital era.

X & HELL
X & Hell grew up in suburban Melbourne on a diet of shopping center hanging. BMX racing, VDO game arcades, dodging school and racking porn, rap and shitty 90's music. The boys did what any self-respecting teenage deviants do and began rapping at bus stops and racket fuel powered backyard parties. Fast forward a few years and the boys had grown up (well) and formed a pretty legitimate hip-hop act. 
Teaming with producer and friend Styalz Fuego (Sneaky Sound System, Chamillionaire), the boys (producer/rapper/hardman X and singer/rapper/comedian/bodybuilder Hell) began work on a brand new album, Million Dollar Sex Party, kick-starting a musical departure of catastrophic proportions for the group in the process. 
And this is one of their new stuff, Don'T Stop Movin.


Downsyde
In a genre where longevity and relevance can be one of the biggest struggles for any act, Downsyde have proved that after more than ten years that they are not only still as important and popular as ever (in Australian music industry), but by all accounts they are actually growing stronger with each passing release. 
After three classic LPs, Downsyde joined forces with Illusive Sounds to release their ridiculously anticipated fourth full-length album, All City. Four years had passed, filled with rumours of breakups, refromations, secret shows and imaginary tours. The fact is much less dramatic, they had locked themselves away in the studio, polishing and refining their signature sound into something even more remarkable. and this one of their new stuff.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Emperial Nation Party is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

"Emperial Nation" 
New Polo Shirt Collection Launch PARTY!
at DIVA bar & lounge
June 25th, 2009
8pm-1am (open bar 8-9pm)
rsvp : jalvarado718@yahoo.com
**surprise gift bag**

Friday, June 12, 2009

BOAT PARTY/CRUISING ON HUDSON RIVER is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC!

BOAT PARTY LEAVING FROM PIER 40,
CRUISING ALONG HUDSON RIVER, 
COMPLETE VIEW OF MANHATTON 
& ALL THE NYC BRIDGES.
(special thanks to GD)



FINANCIAL DISTRICT BUILDINGS
BROOKLYN BRIDGE
SOUTH SEAPORT





VIEW FROM UNDER BROOKLYN BRIDGE

PK & GD (of www.emperial nation
hanging out on the boat ride.








say "HELLO" to Miss Liberty
a PROM boat passing by...
PK & GD chilling out on the Boat

Night Lights of NYC View!! and this is why I heart NYC!

Monday, June 8, 2009

T-shirt Design by Artist is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC!

Artist Patrick Francisco has teamed up with AlwaysSEEN.com to bring you AS:PF! AS:PF which is short for Always Seen x Patrick Francisco, and has a brand new shirt design that features Patrick's signature chimp, these shirts will be produced in extremely limited quantities. Starting this Thursday, June 11, 09 they will be taking pre-orders so be on the lookout for that and other releases by AS:PF. I am a huge fan of Patrick's work and this is a great partnership for AlwaySEEN. This shirt turned out great, and is a must have!



Monday, June 1, 2009

ART OPENING EVENT is WHAT'S GOOD IN NYC

5BORO SKATEBAORDS 13th Anniversary Party
and Art Retrospective
Friday June 5th 2009
at Red Bull Space in SoHo
40 Thompson Street, 2nd floor
7pm -midnight
more than 250 Decks made by 5boro will be displayed
video clip of 5boro skateboarding over years
DJ Sweet Waste from Brooklyn
Drinks : Red bull, Iceberg, Vodka, Berentzen, Pabst.
featured art retrospective by many artists
RSVP : 5boro13@redbullspace.com
click flyer for more info
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Fortoul presents : 
Art Opening Reception at White Rabbit
Friday : June 5th 2009
7-10pm
145 East Houston St.
see Map below or click on flyer for more info