Last Thursday, Rick & Ray hosted the Tomorrow People tour kick off at Nola’s. Thanks to everyone who came through and supported KreativeThought and Garfield Adams, Grynch, The Bar, and The Physics! Here’s how it looked.
Glen along with DJ Larry Gee making introductions.
Red Stripe sponsored the night.
Bambu and Prometheus Brown as The Bar.
Presale ticket option is now closed. See you at the door!
So I need help. I’m looking for a web designer/developer, someone who can enhance the CA experience. I figure I put the request out on the blog, because you’re loyal, and you probably know the site as much as I do. And even if you’re new, you might see things that I don’t. It works either way.
If you’re interested, read on:
-You’d work on an as-needed basis. Right now, there are a bunch of things I’d like to knock out for the site. Adding this, removing that, etc. The work will come in the beginning, then it will get quiet. But that doesn’t mean it’s done.
-You’d work remotely. I’m normally between three offices - valley, Burbank, and DTLA - and I don’t need to be physically next to you for the duration of the project (no offense). We can meet, we can talk, we can FaceTime, whatever. I’m big on communication, and you should be, too.
-You’d be compensated. Some money, some clothes, but for sure through a killer network that will open to you.
-You’d work hard. You’d follow up and you’d follow through. No bullshit, no excuses. I’ve been working since I was 15, and I’ve been around the worst of them. There is no secret to success - you just gotta work hard.
If you’re still interested, here are the job requirements:
-Minimum of 1 year practical experience in web development and design
-Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop
-Comfortable going into the current code and changing things up
If that’s you:
-Email me at email@example.com
-Send your resume
-Send samples/links of your work
-Send me a note, and tell me what you would do to make this online experience reach its full potential
Thanks, good luck!
Over the weekend, Backside Echo Park hosted an event premiering The Hundreds’ recent collab with State Bikes. It’s a fixed gear bike, probably only weighs 9lbs, and features definitive Hundreds’ design throughout the frame. We were there to celebrate the release with the fam.
I was back at Stemulated Studios last night, where everyone was putting in work.
Garfield Adams was behind the boards.
Andrew from Dirty Deuces was there to help lay down a track for Jon’s EP. It’s really cool to have Andrew on the project. First of all, he killed the studio session. Secondly, he and Jon have worked together in the past, but more in a performance capacity. Whenever Dirty Deuces are playing live, they ask Jon to perform with them. Now, things have come full circle.
Jon‘s getting his memorization in order.
Then I went to the lounge area, where I caught up with my girl, Jerilene (Fatlace), who’s in between studying, designing, and blogging.
And Camille, who’s doing graphics for Grub Shack’s grand opening. Jon and Garfield will be back in San Jose on October 20 for that event.
But before that show, Jon and Garfield Adams will be at Nola’s opening for the Tomorrow People tour on September 27. I’ve seen this project go from an idea and now to something tangible. If I get this excited over what happens at a studio session, who knows how I’ll feel next week. Can’t wait.