Introducing our latest multimedia engagement: SHAOLIN JAZZ A/V (AUDIOVISUAL) – an audio/video journey through the worlds of hip-hop, jazz, and martial arts. DJ 2-Tone combines the art of DJing with video-mixing in an innovative multimedia experience that explores the music that has inspired the SHAOLIN JAZZ catalog in sync with moving visuals, select music videos, and clips from iconic martial arts films and vintage flicks. For booking/inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org and for visuals click Read the rest of this entry
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At this month’s Pop-Up Shop we’re pleased to announce that we’ll feature The Double Down Kings, a crew of graffiti writers, musicians and creative artists established in Hyattsville, MD in 1994. Over the past two decades, the crew has grown from its graffiti roots and has expanded to more than 300 members, influencing many areas of urban culture and expression, including visual art, design, photography, music, dance, tattoo, publishing, martial arts, education, film and fashion.
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Introducing SHAOLIN JAZZ – A / V (Audio / Visual) – an audio/visual trip through the worlds of hip-hop, jazz, and martial arts. DJ 2-Tone Jones combines the art of DJing with video-mixing in a set that explores music that inspired the SHAOLIN JAZZ catalog in sync with moving visuals, select videos and clips from iconic kung-fu flicks. Please join us for our inaugural SHAOLIN JAZZ – A / V event on Tuesday July 12th. To RSVP and for additional event info click
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So much is going on with SHAOLIN JAZZ that I forgot to mention that we’ve brought in some creative heads to assist within our marketing and design departments. Introducing first, JaMon Jackson who hails from Atlanta, GA. This is one of the visuals he’s developed for our CAN I KICK IT? visual language, where we visually discuss the synergies between hip-hop and martial arts. To learn about JaMon click here and to view more of the visuals that he’s designed click Read the rest of this entry