My eyes were caught off-guard by a new release from Ghost Box. This vibrating collection of colors appears on the new 45 single, “Other Voices” coming out 9/17. Continue reading
The brief musical career of folk singer Nick Drake is being celebrated by a new book containing stories and interviews about the reclusive Continue reading
I’ve been looking to post some fresh gig poster work, so I clicked my way over to Methane Studios, and sure enough, they did not disappoint. Enjoy.
Excellent examples of outstanding album packaging from Creative Review.
If you’re not already familiar with the portfolio of Don and Ryan Clark (aka Invisible Creature) then get your click on and check out this Continue reading
Mysterious, laser-eyed, electronic collective, TETRIX, has apparently been very busy over the past 13 years, releasing an album for each year of its existence. To celebrate their latest release, the band is offering a very uniquely Continue reading
Island of The Gods is a brand new record label from Dan Mitchell, the co-founder of an eclectic shopping experience in London known as LN-CC (Late Night Chameleon Cafe). The new label is Continue reading
Deadmau5 has recently launched a self-titled app for iOS that serves as a digital destination offering “premium content and intimate experiences”—think new Deadmau5 music, live streaming, photos, private messages and discussion boards—a virtual club where Deadmau5 fans can converge and interact with their favorite EDM artist on a new level. Continue reading
Well, as you may have noticed, ROKRIOT is no longer a functioning blog. The basic reason is quite simple: time. As any other blogger will tell you, research, writing, and posting take time— LOTS of time, and more than I can handle with the needs of clients, developing passion projects, and, most importantly, family.
So it is with some sadness that I am officially announcing the end of ROKRIOT, but I wanted to take a moment and thank the RR faithful for the support and encouragement I received during ROKRIOT’s three years of life. It was quite a journey, and I couldn’t have done it without you.
Future projects are in the works, but I will always be proud of my past due to the great designers, musicians and fans that became a part of the ROKRIOT community. To everyone involved, I THANK YOU very much.
German record label, Kantor Records, recently sent out a promo in the form of The Office Turntable—a record player activated by a smart phone. Damn cool. Continue reading