Our 1st CAN I KICK IT? of 2015 was nothing short of dope. Despite not having done one since Nov. ’14 and us conducting it in another room in Marvin, people showed and proved with their attendance and really engaging both facets of the event: the movie and the accompanying music. Salute to all of the attendees, Marvin for bringing us back, Shaw Bros Films for asking us to be apart of their re-emergence campaign, Madison Davenport PR, Som Records and Palace 5ive, and Lyft as our transportation sponsor.
Stay tuned for more as we’re now doing CAN I KICK IT? the fourth Tuesday of every month on Marvin’s upstairs deck. For more recap pics click Read the rest of this entry
We’re happy to announce that Shaw Bros Films will be supporting our first CAN I KICK IT of 2015! We’ll be back at Marvin starting Tuesday February 24th, 6pm-9pm, and we’ll continue to do so on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Join us this month, as we’ll be screening “Masked Avengers.” To RSVP and for additional info click here.
Join us for the 1st CAN I KICK IT? of 2015! We’re back at Marvin starting Tuesday February 24th, 6pm-9pm, and we’ll continue to do so on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Our kick-off event will have some unique surprises so stay tuned and for additional info click here.
Come and join us for our first lecture of 2015! On Tuesday February 3rd we’ll be conducting our Multimedia Presentation at Morgan State University, courtesy of Dr. Jared Ball, where we’ll be discussing the parallels and similarities between Jazz culture and Hip-Hop culture. For additional info visit www.shaolinjaz.com.
The simplest ideas are always the best: loop your favorite beats as hour long videos and call it the “Homework Edition” because you can definitely work to them. Props to Soul Vibes: link.
This is the first in a series of informational videos, we’re dropping, that provide more detail on as well as give a live glimpse into some of our SHAOLIN JAZZ engagements. Shot and edited by Ralston Smith, our CAN I KICK IT? events show how we bring our worlds and interests of hip-hop, martial arts, and visual art together – creating a unique experience.
Need to cop. Found this via Mannie Fresh – a company by the name of TABYLE, which is comprised of three young artist/entrepreneurs (Taylor, Justin and Zach) who set out to make a product that would not only be a functional piece of furniture, but also a nostalgic piece of art. Influenced by homemade mixtapes, pop-art and modern design TAYBLE caters to musicians, artists and the young at heart.
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