These are all the pics from the Session at ITruth's studio. It was a breath of fresh air for us. I knew that this experience would give us the boost we all needed. The location alone brought back memories of all those times we used to hang out there for New Year's Eve and of course the good old times of the Duece (42 St) before it turned into disney land. There's a great little sangria spot on his block as well as this seedy (can appear to be) bar that is definitely a locals bar. So after the 3 floor walk up and cracking jokes, Fuse and Blust walked in and automatically loved ITruth's vinyl collection.
A pic of his 12" and 45 collection
Fuse showing us one of his favorite album covers.
So what the pic is blurred, too much energy in the room (not because of the beers).
from vinyl to serato
Bluster chopping it up.
Took me back with this one. This was an old illustration pen & ink I did for Rappages Magazine back in the 90's.
Bode broad and Cheech Wizard on the walls.
These are some of the trinkets he has there. Old Sticker Courtesy of Dontay TC5, PNB stencil (So ahead of the times, PNB Helped lay the blueprints for street fashion today) and a wonderful cluster of stickers on his frig.
While we had good tunes going we all got into our sketch session
Blust watching Fuse do his thing
The start of the 2 page Bluster so effortlessly does
Near completion. Now I just need to get a pic of that 2 pager from ITruth.
Labels: Bluster One, DJ ITruth, Fuse Green, Hells Kitchen, Serato, Vinyl, WheatBread