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Watch the Complete 1st Season Trailer here.

GRL: The Complete First Season screens this Sunday, May 4th @ 8PM at the MoMA. After the flick, talk with artists featured in the film, including Mark Jenkins, Leon Reid, Steve Lambert, the GRL and special guests + party to the music of Javelin. BYOPS! (Bring your own purple stuff).


Get your tickets here!

Download the torrent of the unofficial DVD here.
— For more GRL @ the MoMA with NYC’s finest look here, leap there or go thither.

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My wife and I are moving to Hong Kong soon and need to find the F@ Mascot a new home. Serious applicants please email george(at)fffff.at

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Posted on April 26, 2008

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In 2005 I released a curse words only version of N.W.A.’s classic album Straight Outta Compton. Now 3 years later with the help of Inge Records it is available on vinyl. Side A is the original and Side B has been updated with the Explicit Content Only version of Eazy-E’s Eazy Duz It.

  • Download mp3s for free below, or click here to purchase one of these first pressing limited edition of 350.

  • ECO_side_a_mp3.zip
    ECO_side_b_mp3.zip

  • Project Page: http://ni9e.com/eco_vinyl.php

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    Posted on April 23, 2008

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    Body-Laptop Interface
    I’m working on a series of these knitted interfaces for electronic devices. They’re a criticism of how engrossed we are in our technological artifacts, even to the point of self-harm through RSI and related disorders. Now you, too, can make yourself a laptop wooly jumper for privacy, concentration, warmth, and style, since the FAT Lab is all about open source, and nothing says hip-hop like a laptop sweater tutorial. Plans for future devices include a cellphone-arm-head interface, iPod/DS/PSP/BBerry-to-face interface, a TV remote-hand interface, among others. Suggestions are welcome.

    Posted on April 18, 2008

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