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‘Calling all Hellhounds…’ Mañana estaremos tocando en el @festivalcentro , esperamos nos acompañen a prender en fuego esta gran fiesta de rock n roll! // playing Festival Centro tomorrow! Getting ready to ignite the party!

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El arte de The Who hace parte del libro ‘The art of British Rock’ que estamos entregando en esta convocatoria de ilustración con @bacanika → http://bit.ly/1OS6n1V
Las raíces del 'Pop Art’ británico van tan atrás como 1947. Pero para mediados de los años 60s ya el estilo había permeado cada esquina de los medios populares, desde la moda a los programas de televisión. The Who , eran de las bandas visualmente mas cargadas con tiros al blanco, y flechas en sus flyers y en su ropa como parte del estilo de la banda, pero no había sido deliberadamente. Pete Townshend había sido un estudiante de arte. Townshend había estudiado con el profesor Gustav Metzger el pionero del movimiento artístico ’ arte auto-destructivo’ cuya influencia es evidente en el acto de destructivo de la guitarra que hacia Townshend. Townshend era solo uno de una generación de rockeros británicos salidos de las escuelas de arte como John lennon, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards y David Bowie que incluyeron esa influencia en su música.

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‘There’s nothing like a trail of blood to find your way back home’

Happy birthday @nikkisixxpixx ! In 2008 Nikki wrote to us on Myspace & encouraged us to keep going in our artistic journey! Motley Crue has been an influence for us since the beginning and Sixx:A.M. ’s life is beautiful carries an important message. Rock on Nikki! // Feliz cumpleaños a Nikki Sixx! en el 2008 Nikki nos comento nuestro Myspace alentándonos a continuar nuestro camino artístico! Motley Crue siempre ha sido una gran influencia para nosotros y la canción de SIXX AM 'Life is beautiful’ carga un mensaje importante.

-Kami (lead singer/cantante)


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One year ago Colombia lost one of its brightest stars. Better said, the world lost one of its brightest stars. Gabriel Garcia Marquez is gone but his legacy like any genius remains alive and will be with us for days to come. Its surprising sometimes for me when people react surprised when I tell them Gabriel Garcia Marquez is Colombian. That’s what real art does. It breaks down barriers, nationalities and limits. None of that matters when it comes to great works of art because the greatest art connects heart to heart, mind to mind with the person and doesn’t care your race, age or nationality. It transcends. I love many of his books but ‘A hundred years of solitude’ is one of those stories that grew larger than the writer himself. Its one of those ideas that got bigger and bigger till it got a life of its own beyond any frontier. Like Robert Kiley said once in the New york times, “The book is a history, not of governments or of formal institutions of the sort which keeps public records, but of a people who, like the earliest descendants of Abraham, are best understood in terms of their relationship to a single family. ”

-Kami

“100 years of solitude is probably the best book I have ever read. Just read the first line. You’re hooked. Every aspect of the book is pure genius. I have nothing else to say about it that hasn’t been said before. I wouldn’t know how someone not from Colombia would react to it. It’s so good, it’s hard to talk about it.”

-Gonzo

Illustration: Sam Dean Lynn

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