Weekly Hightlight - April 2012 Week 4

Music: Bassic with Mount Kimbie

Known for their take on a more minimalist direction for dubstep, they are debuting in Singapore for the first time tonight at Velvet Underground. A show not to be miss. Here is a tease of what will might be dropping tonight. 

Mount Kimbie 'Crooks & Lovers' album by mountkimbie

Design: d-Vision, Soft Comfort

d-Vision latest collection simply let one to desire it all. There is bound to be a design that speaks to you whatever your specific taste may be.

Art: Antoni Tapies 

Antoni Tapies was known for brining Great Spanish Painting into the postwar era. His legacy of his modernist forebears, Picasso and Miró—along with medieval Catalan mysticism, Eastern spirituality, anti-fascist sentiment, and an assortment of humble materials, like dirt and straw, imbued, as his champion Roland Penrose put it, with “a profound hidden meaning.” This month we say our goodbye to what might be the last of a kind. His work is a bridge between the historical avant-garde and the younger generation that truly make the man interesting. 

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