Thursday, January 21, 2010


Peep our steez tonight at Gros Fête at Gallery Bar on the LES.

This is a sneak preview, if you want more then COME THROUGH TONIGHT! Everyone is talking about it. IF YOU DON'T KNOW, NOW YOU KNOW!

Tuesday, January 19, 2010


My weekend purchases - all around ill ill ILL shit. And yes, that is an original of "Hypnotize" that I copped for $4 in Philly. How you like me now?

Monday, January 18, 2010



Thursday, January 21st, Theory Events celebrates the brilliance in our midst with Gros Fête, a multimedia wet dream featuring DJ Ayres (The Rub) on the decks, a gallery exhibition showcasing up-and-coming local artists and a 360° immersive video installation by the Glass Bead

This free event at Gallery Bar is hosted by MC Ryan-O’Neil with performances by DJ Ayres and Theory residents 100dBs, It’s Overture and DJ Scallywag. Mixed media art show includes works by Lauren Bahr, Lindsay Bourget and Math-You Namie. Doors at 6 PM. Music at 7 PM.

Gallery Bar:
120 Orchard Street at Delancey. No cover! 21+

Theory Events presents: Gros Fete at Gallery Bar in the LES.
Gallery Bar (120 Orchard Street at Delancey)
Doors open at 6:00PM
Music from 7:00PM to close for more info

DJ Ayres (The Rub)
As the founder of The Rub, DJ Ayres set the gold standard for NYC nightlife with his acclaimed long-running Brooklyn monthly party and radio shows. Internationally recognized for his massive mix CD output, DJ Ayres has toured the globe with the likes of Ghostface Killah, Public Enemy, Diplo, Santogold, Spank Rock, LCD Soundsystem and Justice. He runs the T&A label with Tittsworth while continuing to churn out a host of remixes and collaborations.

...along with Theory resident DJs-
100dBs (Drum Attix)
It’s Overture (Drum Attix)
DJ Scallywag (Drum Attix)
...with your MC for the evening-
Ryan-O’Neil (Drum Attix/Free Ice Cream)

Featured Artists:
Math-You Namie –
Layering the simple, thick lines of classic comic book illustrations over boldly-patterned fabrics, Math-You Namie creates delightfully pop portraiture.

Lindsay Bourget –
Evoking fragmented and dreamlike imagery, print-maker Lindsay Bourget incorporates woodland animals, typographic symbols, ornate borders and tango sheet-music in her mixed-media works.

Lauren Bahr –
Combining elemental shapes with a warm palette of flesh and jewel tones, Lauren Behr’s kaleidoscopic “triangulations” celebrate the crystalline geometry of shattered forms.

...along with a 360° immersive video installation from-
The Glass Bead Collective –
Armed with high-power projectors, the A/V agitators of the Glass Bead Collective tackle contemporary issues by altering physical spaces. Their multidisciplinary works include “guerrilla art projections” at Ground Zero, several documentary films and numerous site-specific video/sound installations. For Gros Fête, they will explore “simplified realities” by transforming the Gallery Bar into a 360° immersive art installation.

We will also have a 0% commission merchandise table featuring wares from local artists, and expect prizes and giveaways throughout the night!

Official Site:

Wednesday, January 6, 2010


Not only does work suck because they blocked my ability to blog on the job (I can look at blogs, but they blocked my access to, cabrones), but it also sucks because I'm forced to look like a corporate tool five days of the week. I wear suits everyday and pearl earrings and I hate it. I have to wear heels around the office which makes me never want to wear them on the weekend. I'M BEING OPPRESSED!


In an effort to live more comfortably in spite of the restrictions work has imposed on my life, I am able to update my blog by using remote pc. As for the clothes, what you see is my after-work outfit which will be on my body at no later than 5:30PM. I've said it before and I'll say it again, DAMN THE MAN (but please don't stop my paychecks).