Kid Cudi's Man on the Moon: The End of Day

Posted on September 19, 2009 Under Music

Kid Cudi's first album (if you don't count the 10.Deep mixtape) "Man on the Moon: The End of Day" just dropped and it is certainly meeting expectations. The 25 year old from Cleveland, Ohio rose to hip-hop stardom after being…

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Luke Vibert: We Hear You

Posted on August 28, 2009 Under Music

Under various names and through numerous styles, Luke Vibert has produced some of the best electronic music around for over a decade. Sticking to the format of simply good beats, he's brought us masterpieces with every alias. Wagon Christ's sugary…

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Gone with the wind…

Posted on August 7, 2009 Under Life

Thanks to my friends at Aston Martin and Gotham Dream Cars, I wont be blogging much today. I'm on my way to pick up a DB9 Volante for the weekend. You can follow more constant updates of my experience on…

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Antony & The Johnsons: Aeon

Posted on August 5, 2009 Under Music

Antony Hegarty's voice will give you goosebumps guaranteed. The tremolo and emotional croon is the kind of thing that can sound cheesy and over dramatic if it's not done perfectly. Thankfully, it is done perfectly. Antony and the Johnsons showcase…

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Japandroids: Post-Nothing

Posted on August 4, 2009 Under Music

We often have to throw out our expectations when it comes two piece rock bands. From the circular smash noise of Lighting Bolt, to the dance pop vibe of Death From Above 1979, to Hella pre-expansion, there's clearly a lot…

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The Opus Hotel: Vancouver

Posted on May 1, 2009 Under Life

On my last night in Vancouver I had the opportunity (really, the pleasure) to stay at The Opus Hotel, located in the up-and-coming Yaletown district. I've stayed at hundreds of boutique hotels around the world and was really quite surprised…

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Yew Restaurant: Vancouver

Posted on April 26, 2009 Under Travel

Vancouver is a fantastic city to explore and discover new restaurants "“ especially if you like seafood as much as I do. The access to quality ingredients would make any food connoisseur drool. It certainly had me blissed the whole…

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Bonobo: Between the Lines/Recurring Remixes

Posted on April 14, 2009 Under Music

British producer Bonobo first made waves at the tender age of 18, when his first record, Animal Magic, had the down-tempo scene buzzing. His compositions landed him in the big leagues a year later when Ninja Tune picked him up.…

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Keen Harvest Bag

Posted on April 1, 2009 Under Eco

Keen, a company that started with the question, "can a sandal protect the toes?", has gone on to expanding their product line well beyond just active sandals. Admittedly, I have not checked out their site since I was shopping for…

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The Luxe Manor: Hong Kong

Posted on November 13, 2008 Under Travel

On my recent trip through China, I was lucky enough to be a guest at The Luxe Manor hotel in Hong Kong. Even despite the typhoon, I had a very nice stay and would absolutely recommend this hotel to anyone…

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