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AFRICAN ARTIST:
Ralph Ziman
Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.
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yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE
AFRICAN ARTIST:
Ralph Ziman
Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.
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yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE
AFRICAN ARTIST:
Ralph Ziman
Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.
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yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE
AFRICAN ARTIST:
Ralph Ziman
Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.
Zoom Info
yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE
AFRICAN ARTIST:
Ralph Ziman
Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.
Zoom Info
yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE
AFRICAN ARTIST:
Ralph Ziman
Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.
Zoom Info
yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE
AFRICAN ARTIST:
Ralph Ziman
Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.
Zoom Info
yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE
AFRICAN ARTIST:
Ralph Ziman
Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.
Zoom Info
yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE
AFRICAN ARTIST:
Ralph Ziman
Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.
Zoom Info

yagazieemezi:

ART FEATURE

AFRICAN ARTIST:

Ralph Ziman

Ziman, a South African street artist who now resides in Venice Beach, California, attacks Africa’s dominant gun culture with piercing colors and images that don’t fade from memory. With knitted masks and beaded weapons, Ziman paints Africa’s obsession with guns and the power they provide as so bizarre and overwhelming it’s nearly surreal. Both worshipped and feared, Ziman’s guns appear like dangerous totems from an unknown ritual, somewhat removed from the gun culture we’ve heard so much about. The vendors who star in Ziman’s photos were not at all directed in how to pose with the weapon replicas. Yet the viewer can sense the additional status pulsing through the subjects as they hold their powerful instruments, even if only for the duration of a photograph.

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Adtrax 37 o’clock.

This is what happens when a show get’s made entirely in sunshine. By eck it’s a perky one (comparatively) with some big park/roller skating/getting burnt joints including the grand new one from Lone, a freedbie from Esta, one of a posse of Soundcloud beatsmiths venturing into house territory, big tunes from Luminaire and Leon Vynehall and the biggest of the bigguns : you heard it on Six’s WYWR last month – the sweaty back inducing powerchords of Todd Terje’s ‘Strandbar’  instant classic.

New music from the uber talented Soia, plus deepest innvovations from Watersports, Mndsgn, and Shigeto plus, of course, beats and rhymes from Yassin Bey, Khyro and Flandy, to bang hard from your row boat, yacht or dinghy this weekend.

Lone – Airglow Fires
http://boomkat.com/downloads/727451-lone-airglow-fires
Esta – She Needs Me (In More Ways Then 1)
https://soundcloud.com/beatsbyesta/sheneedsme-inmorewaysthan1
Luminaire - What They Told Me
https://soundcloud.com/iamluminaire/luminaire-what-they-told-me
Leon Vynehall - Sister
http://boomkat.com/vinyl/722998-leon-vynehall-brother-sister-ep
Orlando Voorn - The Realness
http://www.beatport.com/track/the-realness-original-mix/4381320
Todd Terje - Strandbar (Disko)
http://www.beatport.com/search?query=Todd+Terje++-+Strandbar+%28Disko%29
Justin Timberlake - Let The Groove In (Krystal Klear Build’n Mix)
https://soundcloud.com/krystalklear/let-the-groove-get-in-krystal
Ry, Frank Wiedemann & The Howling - Shortline (Frank Wiedemann Remix)
http://www.beatport.com/track/shortline-frank-wiedemann-remix/4493735
Soia – Inspired
https://soundcloud.com/mezuian/soia-inspired-prod-by-mez
Ashtraynutz - City Life (Moods Remix)
https://soundcloud.com/moodsprod/ashtraynutz-city-life-moods
F L A N D Y - Cloud 9 (Kaligraph E Remix)
https://soundcloud.com/kaligraph_e/f-l-a-n-d-y-cloud-9-kaligraph-e-remix
Knxwledge - allthstime [TWRK]
http://gloof.bandcamp.com/track/2-allthstime-twrk
Samuel Truth - Blueberry Jam
https://soundcloud.com/samueltruth/blueberry-jam
SRPNT - I Got To Keep Moving
https://soundcloud.com/srpnt/i-got-to-keep-moving
H20$$$SPORTS$$$ - 1080p
http://h20sports.bandcamp.com/track/1080p
Ages - Chuch Burrito (ft. Mndsgn)
https://soundcloud.com/ages/chuch-burrito-ft-mndsgn
I’lls - Outright
https://soundcloud.com/yespleaserecords/ills-outright
Christoph El’ Truento – Sunflower
http://christoph-el-truento.bandcamp.com/album/sunflower-7
Denaun Porter - mY BaSs BeLiEvE mE!!!
http://denaunporter.bandcamp.com/track/my-bass-believe-me
BADBADNOTGOOD - Hedron
https://soundcloud.com/badbadnotgood
Shigeto - Detroit Part 1
http://ghostly.com/releases/detroit-part-1
Dirty Art Club - Evermore
http://dirtyartclub.bandcamp.com/track/evermore
Yasiin Bey - Auditorium REMIX feat. The Ruler
http://www.okayplayer.com/news/yasiin-bey-preservation-present-the-recstatic-lp-download.html
DOOM - Ain’t Nuttin’ (Suhnraw remix)
https://soundcloud.com/suhnraw/aint-nuffin
Equalibrum x Clever - Mongrel
https://soundcloud.com/equalibrum/equalibrum-x-clever-mongrel
Khryo - ∆pricot Jam
https://soundcloud.com/khryo/pricot-jam
Leae - Five Dollars
https://soundcloud.com/leae/sets/rattlebrain-ep
Mndsgn - Kikhabits//stuntin
https://soundcloud.com/mndsgn/kikhabits-stuntin-breatharian
Serengeti - Crush Em
https://soundcloud.com/anticon/kenny_dennis_crush_em
Knxwledge - DJ’s&MC’s
http://gloof.bandcamp.com/track/4-djs-mcs
Ghost McGrady - 198X
http://ghostmcgrady.bandcamp.com/track/198x
Hourglass Sea - Boulevard
https://soundcloud.com/hourglasssea/boulevard
Letherette - After Dawn (Bibio Remix)
https://soundcloud.com/xlr8r/letherette-after-dawn-bibio

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