Playlistic :: Music Monday: Sounds from the Summit

In light of the MTV premiere of Summit on the Summit Grammy-nominated musician, philanthropist, and “actionist” Kenna has organized an expedition to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise awareness of the billion people worldwide who lack access to clean drinking water. The climb will not only raise awareness of the global clean water crisis,…

Re-Branding America: Jersey Shore no more, LDN gets it in-nit

Bringing Ad a Day back like a phoenix from the ashes… much like the fleur-de-lis did this year; naturally, in an effort to polish the once lost treasure, New Orleans made it clear – with advertisements like the one below – they have a keen focus on waste management… read: after Mark “Brownie Hell-on-Earth of…

Scene Canvassing: Wes Gordon

This edition of Artist Flashlight finds itself basking in proud nostalgia. Wes Gordon is a 23-year-old Atlanta-native who exudes pure cosmopolitan. Gordon was raised in the heart of Buckhead’s WASP nest, but never settled for his surroundings. He went on to pursue fashion at Central St. Martin’s College of Art and Design. A natural born…

TITLE Tuesday: Issue No. 6 – Analogue Transit, Fever Ray

Hot off the presses, it’s TITLE Magazine! Featuring: Analgoue Transit – Gearheart Review (pg. 89) and Fever Ray – Fever Ray Deluxe LP Review (pg. 90) Plus a whole slew of other worthwhile content for the literate Best Coast – pg. 71 and the illiterate

Ad a Day: iDon’t, but Droid Does

New fave ad du jour: iLove that Droid build an entire commercial — not around what it is — but what iPhone isn’t. Windows, take note. If only John Kerry could’ve capitalized on the “does it really matter what exactly I am, all you need to remember is I’m not that — and I think…