Milosh – This Time (video)

Posted in Artists, Music Videos on November 28th, 2013 by Hyphen

This new video from Milosh is one of the more enjoyable clips I’ve seen in recent memory.  Yes, it’s a bit cheesy, but hell, I’m a bit cheesy and I appreciate this kind of stuff.  For those not familiar, Milosh is a dope vocalist and you may have heard some of his stuff from the Rhye project he released with Robin Hannibal last year.

This video was created while Milosh and his wife traveled around the globe for the Rhye tour.  I’ll let him expound:

This is a video that Alexa and myself put together that is essentially a collection of footage over this past year while we traveled the Rhye record around the world. We went to 40 separate places in a span of about 6 months and we got to see some beautiful places as a result. We tried to set aside time in between performances to see things, just take them in and enjoy ourselves. We chose to use this footage for this video as it fits the whole message, the point of the song perfectly. Enjoy the opportunities now while you have them, they are not always going to be there. Traveling is one of the most important, mind broadening things one can do, being able to do that together has been beyond a blessing.

While I don’t envy most aspects of the celebrity life, this would be one.  Being able to travel the world and take in new sights/experience would be amazing, especially doing it all with your best friend.

Milosh’s new album, Jetlag, is out now.

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Phil Ade – Coming Home (video)

Posted in Artists, Music Videos on December 3rd, 2011 by Hyphen

The final track on Phil’s A Different World mixtape was easily my favorite record on the project, so I’m glad to see the heartfelt song got some visuals.  If you like what you hear, download the full album here.

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Move, Eat, Learn

Posted in Art, Videos on August 6th, 2011 by Hyphen

3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage… all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food ….into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films…..

= a trip of a lifetime.

Rick Mereki : Director, producer, additional camera and editing
Tim White : DOP, producer, primary editing, sound
Andrew Lees : Actor, mover, groover

Now I’m definitely taking a vacation…

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Oh i’m there.

Posted in News on July 10th, 2008 by Hyphen


I was just talking about planning my next adventure abroad, and how I need to hit Asia & Australia to complete my continent bingo card, and now I’m going to have to put that on hold.  I’ll wait until this is finished, cause it sounds like the coolest place ever.

‘Jackie Chan Museum’ Shows His Glory

Jackie Chan’s legendary career will be archived in a new museum for which the star laid the foundation Tuesday in Shanghai.

Chan handpicked the location for the museum, which will be named after him, in the Changfeng Ecology Commercial District in Shanghai’s Putuo District, says.

The museum will largely be renovated from old factory buildings. When completed on October 1 next year, it will take up about 3,100 square meters.

Visitors will be able to retrace Chan’s footsteps from Hong Kong to Hollywood, and navigate through detailed showpieces of Chan from being a Chinese icon, a kung-fu megastar to a charity devotee, Sina says.

Also on display will be some of Chan’s film awards, as well as costumes and props he has used.

Besides the museum, more side projects have been put on the actor’s agenda. According to Chan’s Web site, he recently signed a contract in Yunnan Province for a Jackie Chan Peace Garden, which he will cooperate with the local government to promote “Environment, Friendship, and Charity.” An earlier report also quoted Chan as saying that he was planning to build a kung-fu school. (Source)

Jackie’s always been one of my favorite people in the entertainment industry, so this museum sounds like a great experience.  Shout to my man Jason from back in the day who used to smuggle bootleg Jackie movies from Hong Kong for all of us to enjoy.  We even met dude at the U-Village Barnes & Noble one year for his book signing.  That was legit.

What’s your favorite Jackie Chan movie?  I’m rolling with Thunderbolt.  Come on man…kung-fu + racing Skylines & Eclipses?  It’s a wrap.  The pachinko parlor scene is legendary.

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Where The Hell Is Matt?

Posted in Random Ish, Videos on July 8th, 2008 by Hyphen

Is it wrong that this kinda gave me goosebumps?  Not to get too cheesy, but this video that a Seattle-ite named Matt Harding put together is not only dope visually, but also shows how small the world really is.  We’re all basically the same.

After being convinced to do a silly dance in front of the camera on one of his vacations, Matt decided to start doing it every place he went.  Soon, Stride Gum heard of the story and started financing all his trips, and this video is the end result.  Makes me want to travel.  I think my next adventure is going to be a Japan/China/Australia trip next year.  Time to start planning.

Swiped from The Exactly.

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