Ever since she was a teenager growing up in New York City, Lisa Leone has always had a camera in her hands. "I started working in high school as an assistant to photographers," she recalls. "Now it's like second nature, like a part of my body." Throughout her 25 year love affair with the lens, the ... More >>
This year's best picks: Pig pens, pop-up pianos, and hip-hop pioneers.
It's technically day one, but the madness has already begun. We've seen buck naked supervillains. We've seen flashy disco flooring. We've even seen photo evidence of Andy Warhol looking relatively normal. It's a lot to take in. Can you even handle any more Basel?Of course you can, especially with ... More >>
Regardless of your approach, the sad truth is it's impossible to catch every piece of art worth experiencing during Basel week. With 250 exhibitors at the Miami Beach Convention Center, not to mention hundreds of others operating at the more than a dozen satellite fairs, this year's tenth edition ... More >>
Via facebook.com/TamaraSkyGet your Basel happy ending with Tamara Sky, The Overthrow, and Hard 2 Leave.Check out Crossfade's blogs on other awesome Basel week events like YACHT, Salem, James Murphy's Special Disco Version, Yelle, and GZA. It might seem like a really rad idea to spend the next fo ... More >>
South Florida's busiest head-spinner.
One gets the impression that if there were eight days in a week, DJ Affect would be spinning each and every one of 'em. Hell, it's a bet he'd be spinning every day of the week if there were 10 or 12 or 20 -- that's how driven the cat is. When you're already spinning seven out of seven, what's a few ... More >>
The Legendary Max Roach At work In sad news, great jazz percussionist Max Roach passed away yesterday at the age of 83. He'd been sick for some time according to reports and died on Wednesday in a Manhattan hospital. Roach was one of the well noted innovators of bebop jazz and worked with everyone ... More >>
Jam Master Jay and the Marlin keeps it surreal