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  • record release catalog page lots of awesome ones, take a peek!

    new from débruit: to nartik kef (cd)

    sneakmove's pal débruit has a new cd featuring awesome glitchy hip-hop beats and collaborations with eriksolo (sneakmove, meanest man contest), zentinela, and soklak.
    click here for more details, soundclips, and purchasing.
    $12 plus shipping

    "we're not brainiacs on the nerd patrol" t-shirt!

    available again! our tribute to stephen colbert's masterful annhiliation of george bush at the white house press correspondent's dinner. proceeds go to
    click here for pics and purchasing. only $16

    minicomp!

    an instant classic, and it's almost sold out. a very limited edition 7inch compilation featuring: odd nosdam, dat politics, languis, casiotone for the painfully alone, baby dayliner, restiform bodies, blevin blectum and more. once they're gone they're gone for good!
    click here for more details, soundclips, and purchasing. only $6

    rock drum breaks cd!

    our new release for you djs, producers and drum fanatics. 21 vintage breaks, looped up and ready to go. curated by the editors of sneakmove. this thing is getting props on from great places like turntable lab...
    click here for more details, soundclips, and purchasing.
    $10 post paid

    previous releases

    ***we have just a few copies left of older releases. and damn they're good... forest fires collective, jypu/mmc, substance abuse... unbeatable prices too!
    check 'em all out


    Become one of the Million Voices for Darfur by signing an online postcard to President Bush demanding leadership for the victims of genocide. Go to to send an electronic postcard to the White House and make a contribution to the Save Darfur Coalition.

    party pics:
    busdriver/postcoitus photos rickshaw stop sept 10 '05

rocking


by e-40


by electric president


by junior senior


by tom vek


by alan braxe and fred falke


by the fat boys


by the loose fur



reading


by jonathan lethem


by steven johnson


by steven d. levitt and stephen j. dubner

by andrew soloman

edited by david sedaris

Thursday, May 05, 2005

have you heard?
“It’s kind of impossible not to smile while doing that dance,” said Katherine Withers, 31, who jumped on the stage to dance in the competition for a free T-shirt at the end of the group lesson. “It’s just so much fun!” ... Withers also thinks bhangra is here to stay. “It’s kind of the ultimate dance for the average white person,” she said. “It allows you to channel that in a positive way.”

1 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Agree with Katherine...Bhangra is Hot Hot Hot.... will be big from NY to Shanghai soon... good fun for all....A full body workout for sure. It's like, how reading all of Tolstoy's books ....ever written works out your brain....totally....accept this works your body. Just bring lots of energy and a smile...thats all you need to take your breath away.

3/23/2006 09:21:43 AM

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