American Rapper, DJ, Art Gallery Owner, Party Organizer, Writer, and Record Label owner now living in Berlin.

I rap in SCREAM CLUB, My art gallery is THE FAB LAB,, I write for BEND OVER MAGAZINE as well as HUGS AND KISSES , I DJ all over, I organize different partys (SOAP, CLUB OK, CLUB AWESOME, CLUB ROMANCE, SUNDAY ARTICUE). When I am not doing that stuff I like to go out, see what my talented and creative friends are up to.

So this blog is everything related to Me. Dj gigs, Scream Club shows. Crunks Not Dead stuff. Action at THE FAB LAB. Parties I go to, and whatever other interesting things inspire me. A slice of my life. A basic over view. I hope you will find it informative and entertaining.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Roll Out Cowboy, Search and Destroy

Highlights of this week included seeing Roll Out Cowboy with best friend Sarah Adorable. This documentary follows Sandman (The Rapping Cowboy) . We knew him from when we lived in  Olympia, we even did some songs and performances together (you can actually see a young Scream Club in the trailer 1:26 ). It also features our old friends and collaborators Jonah Carpenter and Shawn "Nervous" Parke.  Jonah was actually our old roomate, and Shawn was the producer of "And You Belong" and actually was a super huge help to Scream Club in the early days. We even did a sci-fi rap concept album together called "Microscope Dragons".   Naturally we were curious to see what this movie was all about.


Turns out it was really cool. I was even moved to tears at one point (touched at the scene where his gay aunt admits to coming out to him first when he was around 2). Anyways I feel like some how I understood him more after this film. I am glad Sandman and Jonah and Shawn are  in the world somewhere doing their thing and sharing it with such an unlikely audience.  I highly recommend this film.  I even have fantasies about showing it at The Fab Lab, not sure if that would be ok or not yet, but I will try. I do have a new projector now.  Wish me luck.

What else..... Oh yeah, Scream Club hosted and Djed at Search and Destroy.
(hosting at search and destroy translates to standing at the entrance giving out free shots, fun times)

Photos by Sara Svärtan Persson

Me and Sarah had lots of fun.
My dance floor highlights included the new Beastie Boys remix
"Intergalactic Spell"
Its such a feel good song.
I believe DJ Shredder blessed me with this Little Gem.
Thank You!

And Now I will share it with you.

Intergalactic Spell
by whitepandamusic

On Saturday I went to check out the Warehouse party. That was also nice. Electrosexual was Djing, Namoush was DJing, Jasmine Gates played live. There was live porno esque  performance  involving horse heads and bondage mixed with a romance between a tranny and a fag, as well as related film projected on the ceiling of the hallway joining the chill out art exhibition area and the main dance floor. There was really interesting stuff to look at everywhere.

Its a good feeling to know even if you are broke in berlin, you still have the option of never being bored.

Thank god for all the artist living here who keep my life interesting.

Till next time.......

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Action at The Fab Lab

I had another exhibition at my gallery THE FAB LAB.
It was perfect, a super nice mix of colorful, fun, warm, interesting people. Everyone was in festive moods, and I actually got killer pictures of the event, thanks to Sara Svärtan Persson .
It was a joint show exhibiting the work of Anto and Moon-Age

You can see more pictures of the event at THE FAB LAB blog or facebook page.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

The Fab Lab, Festsaal, CCCP, Saloon DeCouCou

Jan 7th

It started off in THE FAB LAB where I hosted Mr Maloke (of The Puppetmastaz) and Ingeborg Fachmann. It was live poetry and puppetry in the Glyph space.

I wont lie. After 2 years of living in Berlin, my german is still really bad. For the most part I had no idea what they were saying, however the german speaking  portion of the audience seemed to think it was hilarious.

I had fun anyways. 

Not only was it a live performance, it was also the debut of the Maegan Stracy Pop up shop at THE FAB LAB.

Since all the shows at The Fab Lab end at 10pm, the night was young and I was just begining.

Next I went to see Nicky Click play her last Berlin show at CCCP.

Since I have been back from the states, I have loosely been working on adapting a new healthy lifestyle.  I have been going on these long walks. I have even been running a tiny bit. I can't run far, but I heard this inspiring story about a friend of a friend who was  training and within 4 months she went from only being able to run for 3 seconds to running a marathon.
I have been fantasizing maybe this could happen to me. So to make a long story longer, I ran / walked / ran / walked to CCCP from The Fab Lab.

Now I am sore.

It was sure nice having Nicky in town.

DJ Shredder played an AWESOME DJ set. Smooth Operator. I was loving the jams and transitions.

This is me and Juan of a Kind.
For the life of me, I have no idea who's lipstick is smeared all over my face.

It was the Nuclear Family CD release party for thier new album "Fuck My He Art".
You can listen to it here.

Catchy up with my ravishing pal Layana.
So after CCCP, I went with Sarah Adorable and Teresa to see Romain (aka ELECTROSEXUAL)
He was djing and it was awesome. Unfortunatlly this is part where my camera battery died.

On thursday, me and the crew, Sarah, Henri, Nicky, LadyJane, and Anja went to see Lena Braun perform at her space Saloon DeCouCou. She is the lady who started Barbie Deinhoff's, she was also involved with starting the Jamacian resturant across the street from my house, plus she organizes festivals and art exhibtions in Berlin and Beyond. She is a real charector, a classy lady, a real doer in this town.
I adore her. Here are some pictures from the night.

Other things I have been doing that I don't have pictures of include seeing Spirtwo live at Wunderbar.  She was great. I have been listening to her cd ever since.

I have also been listening to Romanteek , their new ep B_Sides, plus a sneak peak of thier upcoming record too. Its fantastic.

Oh and TONS of Stevie Nicks that I got from my aunt over Christmas. Like 189 rare demos and unreleased mp3s.  This is the music that I spent my teenage years listening too.

Well that is most of it for now. Its almost 11pm.
Im off to write my daily "morning pages".
Better late then never. . . . .