Walter Bailey House (Case Study 21 House) by Pierre Koenig // Los Angeles, California
Case Study House 21 by Pierre Konig // Los Angeles, California
Kendrick Lamar took to the web today to release the official video for his track “Alright.” One of the lead singles off of his critically acclaimed album, To Kill A Butterfly, “Alright” is probably the most high energy track on the record. The visual features some strikingly powerful images such as 4 policeman carrying Kendrick Lamar’s car and the shooting of an unarmed black man by the guess who? The Police. Kendrick continues to up the ante with unprecedented social and political commentary that most artists are simply afraid to touch upon. Check out the video for “Alright” above and be on the look out for more.
This past weekend we made our way up through the historic pacific highway. Needless to say, it was hard coming back to TC after seeing some world’s best views. Through our journey’s, we started our trip in Los Angeles and eventually ended up in San Francisco. These next few weeks, we will feature images exclusively here on MADE. Anything from scenic mountains, blue oceans, dank forests and graffiti – expect a broad spectrum of landscapes that make up the state of California.
Hockey Skateboards recently released their debut skate video for everyone’s viewing pleasure. This video feels like the videos from the golden age 90s era, no background music, no frills and more than a few hard slams. A solid clip filled with tons of technical tricks, this video left me eager to see more from the emerging skate brand. Check out the visual above and be on the look out for more from Hockey.
The kid Marvel Alexander has been making a lot of noise lately with his new single “Dirty Thoughts”. With the release of his project, Don’t Die Yet, on January 23rd; Marvel has been doing a good job creating a buzz. The L.A. artist linked up with Sango and the ultra-hard “Dirty Thoughts” is the end product. Check out the record above and be on the look out for more.
It’s been a long time since we’ve heard from Dom Kennedy, but that all changed yesterday with the release of his new single “Represent”. The record sounds like Dom hit the ground right where he left off, it’s safe to say the man is back. West Coast all the way, Dom K plans to make another run in 2015; check out “Represent” below and stay tuned for more.
With the release of ScHoolboy Q’s album Oxymoron behind us, the interwebs have began buzzing with yet another release. Exclusively found on Target’s deluxe edition, “Californication” bangs hard and sees a feature from Q’s homie A$AP Rocky. Peep the track below and keep an eye out for more as Q gets his tour rolling.