This month + contributed a new essay to The Tape‘s August mini-issue, entitled Good Kid, m.A.A.d City: Chance the Rapper and the Partitioning of Black Genius, concerning issues of identity and artistic responsibility. You can find it here.
On August 9, 2013, the latest homies’ blog post was…posted. Featuring punky soulboy Davey Dynamite performing music and answering questions about his latest album WAITT.
Shot by Kiam Marcielo Junio, edited by Joseph Varisco for JRV Majesty Productions.
And, for the first time, here is a live video of + performing “dream proudly” (Proud vs Teenage Dream) at h. melt‘s release of SIRvival in the Second City: Transqueer Chicago Poems.
watch +’s rap video “where my vegans at (all natural everything)” here.
+’s final album preceding an indefinite hiatus will be titled dove.
photo by Kevin Henry Sawa Brawlins
Davey Dynamite is a punk singer with a heart of fiery gold. His everyday disposition is mild-mannered and unassuming; when he is playing and singing a ghost overtakes him, making his voice ragged and forcing jerk into his bones. He stomps and wails, and on the other side you can see something flying.
We interviewed Davey about his new album WAITT — We’re All In This Together, a spiritual stance as much as a political one — and he blessed us with songs. Many many thanks to Kiam Marcielo Junio for filming and Joseph Varisco of JRVMajesty for editing.
You can find more of Davey’s work at his bandcamp page.
from serenity: ocarina of time
editing/cinematography/camera: Sarah Winters
lighting assistant/guardian angel: Nora Utevsky
find the song here