HUMP DAY MUSIC!
Curated and written by Alejandra of Teros Magazine + Gallery!
Let's dive in & see what Alejandra picked this week...
After receiving the results of this nerve-racking election, I went home and put on the album "Afreaka!" by the afro-rock group Demon Fuzz. This record has relieved my anxiety many a time. Formulated in 1968 of 7 young musicians who emigrated to London, there distinct sound has never been replicated. A strange brew of ska, jazz, and soul with the addition of hard rock....
Here's another installment of HUMP DAY MUSIC!
Curated & written by my good friend and magical music guru,
Alejandra Frank of Teros Gallery + Teros Magazine.
Sit back, plug in & let the music groove you till Friday comes...
Grahame Bond- Love is the Law (1968)
Grahame Bond was a powerful force during the British rhythm & Blues scene of the 60's. He introduced the Hammond-Organ and the Mellotron in blues... while experimenting with elements of jazz and free form.
His history is pretty fascinating, especially for the short and self destructive life he...
featuring three females
transformed into 3 male rock icons.
With proper styling, makeup & hair - these ladies became queens of the rock kingdom.
While myself & Jillian were studying
the iconic looks of David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix & Alice Cooper -
we came across some pretty interesting tidbits
regarding where they drew style inspiration from...
The look Jill did on Alexis was inspired by David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust persona. Although Bowie usually did his own makeup, Pierre LaRouche did many of his
In a 1973 interview with Music Scene Magazine, Bowie shared that his makeup looks were inspired by his trip...
Alejandra, of Teros Magazine
& we decided...
there's no better way to get through hump day
than with some seriously good jams.
So from here on out - we're throwing down some notable albums
alongside some fun facts.
With the temperature rising and dropping like crazy, its only natural to soundtrack these fickle fall evenings with Dr. John: The Sun, Moon & Herbs.
Recorded in 1971 with Grahame Bond (Sax), Eric Clapton (Slide Guitar), & Mick Jagger (background percussion)...
cruel past behind?
Perhaps you've tried, but... you just don't know how?
Read on dear friends & freaks, this article can help you!
I got to talking with killer queen & plant guru, Candice Bertalan, of THE FOX DEN.
For those of you located in Austin, TX - you get to experience
the beauty firsthand, so go check that sh*t out.
For the rest of us, we get to turn green with envy (hehe)
drinking up the major houseplant eye candy she shares daily via her shop.
I just kept seeing her feed and saying...