Mixtape Monday: Teenage Ruins
Artist: Kat Kon Kat Kon is an illustrator originally from Greece and currently based in London. Her greatest inspiration comes from pop and outsider culture. Kon uses mostly fine line marker pens but her work is generally recognized for looking digital because of her precision with bold colors and lines. She recently collaborated with The Bettys (a New York female art collective) as well as designed album artwork for the band Skating Polly. Three of her illustrations inspired by the TV shows Girls and Transparent were shown at the Critics’ Choice Awards in California. Illustration of Kelli Mayo from the band Skating Polly 2015 Illustration of Vassia Roxy 2012…
Mixtape Monday: Rebel Yell from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. The Sex Pistols: Anarchy In the U.S. Arcade Fire: Joan of Arc Muse: Knights of Cydonia Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti: Farewell American Primitive GR: A Reverse Age Hunx: Always Forever My Chemical Romance: Give ‘Em Hell, Kid Nirvana: Smells Like Teen Spirit The White Stripes: Offend In Every Way So Pitted: Rot in Hell The Flaming Lips: Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Part 1 Xray Eyeballs: X Unknown Mortal Orchestra: No Need for a Leader The Strokes: Heart in a Cage St. Vincent: Cheerleader The Sex Pistols: Seventeen
Mixtape Monday: Stay Epic from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Blur – Song 2 The Rolling Stones – Start Me Up Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit Arcade Fire – Wake Up Dr. Dre – The Next Episode AC DC – Back In Black Sir Mix-A-Lot – Baby Got Back The Beatles – Come Together Dire Straights – Money For Nothing
[8tracks width=”400″ height=”400″ playops=”” url=”http://8tracks.com/mixes/2485974″] Tessellate – Alt-J Crows Feet – Black Pistol Fire One Rainy Wish – Jimi Hendrix Goodbye Babylon – The Black Keys New Low – Middle Class Rut Lack Of Fire – Nirvana Scarlet Begonias – Sublime When The Levee Breaks – Led Zepplin Eternal Now – Sunrise and Ammunition Meet Me In The City – The Black Keys Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground – The White Stripes Currents – Us On Roofs Ripple – Grateful Dead
In a world where the old and bitter control all the power, in a state of crumbling rights, it’s important to remember who to stay true to: ourselves. Don’t blindly accept the facts; question what is told, and discard what should be replaced. Music transcends the evil of the world and is a beacon of untouchable hope to us all. [8tracks url= “http://8tracks.com/anonmagazine/mixtape-what-day” height=”550″ width=”550″ playops=”shuffle”]
Today is that one special day of the year- it’s Kurt Cobain’s birthday! Which in other terms, is just another excuse to wear your Nirvana t-shirts and blare ‘Nevermind’ as loud as you can in your car. Yep, today our beloved Kurt would’ve been 46, crazy to think right? Nonetheless, here are a few videos in memory of him and his great contributions to the music world. You’re welcome.