I've always considered music the soundtrack to my life. Now, thanks to this crazy cool app from Smule, my life is the soundtrack to - well, my life. What in the hell am I talking about you ask? Bust out your iPhone, your iPad, your whatever - download the MadPad app and start creating magic! Just follow my lead...
Crack a brew (or sodapop if you rather) - record it. Shut the car door - record it. Spank your girlfriend - record it. Next thing you know you're ready to mix it, lay down lyrics and have Dre, Kanye and Jay Z engage in a bidding war over your first record deal. Thanks MadPad!
This guy just told physics and gravity to get f*cked. His freakishly awesome dubstep dance video has gone viral faster than that STD outbreak your ex set off in high school.
New York City graffiti/collage artist, Greg Lamarche, will be showing his recent works at Known Gallery from September 17th - October 8th in an exhibition titled I Can See For Miles. Lamarche is also an accomplished fine artist and graphic designer whose work has graced the pages of the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Phoenix, Print, Juxtapoz, Modern Painters and Arkitip among others.
For more information on Greg Lamarche, visit his website.
If you haven't already heard about The Johnny Cash Project, you may now consider yourself in the know - you're welcome. In the digital age there are a million and one ways to pay tribute to legendary artists; however, this is one of the best I've seen. TheJohnnyCashProject.com allows fans of the man in black to contribute art mirroring each frame of the music video "Ain't No Grave". The music video will continue to change and evolve in time as artists and fans around the world pay tribute by contributing.
Keep your eyes peeled for other tributes like this one in the future. Tupac? Elvis? Kobain? Biggie? Who do you think will be next?
Check out more Johnny Cash tribute artwork featured on UrbanSpectator.
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