FullStop Crew releases their newest home grown video

  ''Releasing a video after a while!! When people don't appreciate what you do.....it makes you angry.This anger gave birth to this piece!We are  really grateful to our art for letting us emote these emotions that are deep within us...We barely ever talk about them...but no matter what they are a part of us! This was a home production, as the content was rather personal. Hope you guys like it! Stay Tuned.'' - FullStop Crew

THE VISION

By  Rajosik Mitra Balanced at the edge of my dreams Is a vision eluding me Like the rain falling soft - In the dark, you hear but cannot see. To have once heard the lore, To have it linger like an image From an old dream of long before- Is the key to a strange truth A strange truth from an ancient rune, That draws you forward Like moth to a distant moon; For I have loved the things I see and hear in vain, Searched every dark corner For pain with a greater sustain;…

When the sound of space meets the music of the Earth

As of last September — some 36 years after their launch on Sept. 5, 1977 — NASA's Voyager 1 & 2 space probes were some 12 billion miles from home, easily the farthest man-made objects from Earth. Voyager's primary mission ended back in 1980, when both satellites provided the closest, most detailed pictures taken of the gaseous planets of Jupiter and Saturn and their moons before continuing outward into space. But in addition to their planet-photographing abilities, both Voyagers also contain instruments able to record the electromagnetic radiation fluctuations of those heavenly bodies — which…

The Solitude of the Oppressed: García Márquez and Akira Kurosawa discussing war, alienation, films, humanity

In October 1990, Gabriel García Márquez visited Tokyo during the shooting of Akira Kurosawa’s penultimate feature, Rhapsody in August. García Márquez, who spent some years in Bogota as a film critic before penning landmark novels such as One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera, spoke with Kurosawa for over six hours on a number of subjects. Below is a partial transcription of the conversation, first published by the Los Angeles Times in 1991. Gabriel García Márquez: I don’t want this conversation between friends to seem like a press interview, but I just have…

Danger: Amir Sulaiman

I am not angry; I am anger I am not dangerous; I am danger I am abominable stress, Eliotic, relentless I’m a breath of vengeance, I’m a death sentence I’m forsaken repentance to the Beast and his henchmen Armed forces and police men that survive off of oils and prisons until their cup runneth over with lost souls That wear over sized caps like blind folds Shiny necklaces like lassos Dragging them into black holes And I may have to holla at Fidel Castro To get my other brothers outta Guantanamo And the innocents on…