New Party Systems

  New Party Systems The New Party Systems Collective is a cross-generational constellation of poly-stylists interested in fomenting both new social paradigms and artistic experimentation. Formed when four musician friends - Kyp Malone (TV on the Radio), David First (Notekillers), Greg Fox (Guardian Alien) and Bernard Gann (Liturgy) - all ran into each other the same day at Zuccotti Park, their goal is to create healthy alternatives, on … [Read more...]

Michael Moore

Michael Moore is director of three of the top ten grossing documentaries of all time. His films include Roger & Me, Canadian Bacon, The Big One, Bowling for Columbine (Academy Award, Best Documentary), Fahrenheit 9/11 (Palme d'Or), Slacker Uprising, SiCKO, and Capitalism: A Love Story. He created TV Nation (Emmy Award) and The Awful Truth for television, and is author of many books, including the New York Times bestsellers Downsize … [Read more...]

Dylan Chambers

Dylan Chambers was born to rock, literally! With an echoing scream belting across the operating room the nurse turned to Dylan’s father and said “Well there’s your singer”. Dylan Chambers is the son of Lester Chambers the legendary blues hall of famer and lead singer of the interracial 60’s rock band, The Chambers Brothers. Most notable for their hit song, “Time Has Come Today” which spent 5 consecutive weeks at #11 on the Billboard … [Read more...]

Gentleman Brawlers

  Gentleman Brawlers hail from the New York City boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, and consist of songwriter Matt Walsh (guitar/vocals), Jim Thomson (guitar/vocals), Becca Fox (vocals), Martin Jørgensen (drums) and Caitlin Oliver-Gans (bass). Before the group formed in early 2011, Thomson played with Hardly Art/Sub Pop alums Le Loup, and Walsh with New Yorker cartoonist Andy Friedman's band, the Other Failures. The group is led … [Read more...]

Jasiri X

Emcee and community activist Jasiri X is the creative force and artist behind the ground breaking internet news series, This Week with Jasiri X, which has garnered critical acclaim, thousands of subscribers, and millions of internet views. From the controversial viral video What if the Tea Party was Black?, to the hard hitting truth of A Song for Trayvon, Jasiri X cleverly uses Hip-Hop to provide social commentary on a variety of issues. His … [Read more...]