After ransacking the Austin music scene in 2005, with blues-driven gunpowder and Brit spit, it seemed that lead-guitarist and singer/songwriter Glynn Wedgewood and his pond-hopping mates in IV Thieves were poised to be ...Read More

In the beginning of your rock 'n' roll musical schooling, when the idea of learning to play an electric instrument first pulls you towards it with its totally irresistible, and completely magnetic force, the only thing that seems important, when ...Read More

From her pop art snapshots and impressionist oils to her figure sketches and portraits, Houston-based artist, painter and illustrator-for-hire Olga Nydia Galindo wants her canvases to bleed beauty.  More Stella than Frida, but more Lichtenstein than Klein, Galindo makes no ...Read More

In his own words, Jay Cook describes his humble beginnings as the classic DJ story.  “Boy meets music.  Boy falls in love.  The rest is history.”  Originally a Michigan native, who says he “couldn’t match a beat to save his ...Read More

In this day and age of technology playing the role of popular music’s “Almighty Savior” in almost every step of the creative process from the recording studio to the living room, none are more susceptible to it’s time-saving, beat-matching ease ...Read More

Somewhere in Austin, Texas, tonight a band is playing. They're good.  They're very good. They've got a tight rhythm section, guitar hooks for miles, the singer can sing, and they've got something to say.  In the middle of their set, ...Read More

Coming up with a clever introduction for someone like Gabriel Jeffrey seems a bit pointless.  Given his portfolio, and his extensive body of work over the past decade, spanning numerous mediums, you get the sense that it would almost be ...Read More

“Youth is something very new.  Twenty years ago no one mentioned it.” -Coco Chanel Ever wonder how Steven Meisel or Bruce Weber got their start? Sure, you can scour the Internet and devour all of the interviews you can find about ...Read More

In a city famous for its rolling terrain, setting yourself apart as a DJ in San Francisco is an uphill battle. It's a town where everybody with a laptop and a playlist thinks they're King, and where anybody with ...Read More

Filmmaker Andrew Shapter craves traveling streets down which he’s never been, and taking you along for the ride. In 2005 as an homage to his late, brother John, a musician who lost a long battle with cancer, Shapter set ...Read More