You see what I did with the title there clever right, yea I know. Anyway, everyone knows Incubus whether it be a song or two, or you are a hardcore fan all the way back to the first studio album “Enjoy Incubus”. What I want to explain to everyone is how good they are live. They played non stop for 2 hours, with a few little breaks to talk to the crowd, which included a loud “boooooo” when they mentioned Philly. What was most surprising about the night is that they played a song called “The Warmth” which is rarely ever played live. It is hard to classify Incubus to a specific genre, most say alternative rock, but you have to praise their ambition for unique sounds and ever changing style. In the show at PNC Bank Arts Center in New Jersey they used a variety of instruments including a djembe, sitar, didgeridoo, and bongos. I don’t know what the hell any of those things are, but they used them, and they sounded great! Enjoy the video we took at the concert featuring the full length song “The Warmth”.
UPDATE: Sorry I forgot to include the setlist, which was the best thing about the concert, songs listed below in order of course.(Information courtesy of sj)
Nice to Know You
Just a Phase
Talk Shows On Mute
Oil & Water
A Kiss To Send Us Off
Wish You Were Here
Sick Sad Little World
Let’s Go Crazy (Prince Cover)
No description really needed but feast your eyes on the greatest dancer to ever live on planet Earth. If you aren’t feeling his moves your brain must not be advanced enough to understand the sheer energy coming off his soul. If he alone wasn’t enough, his clone holds it down hard in the background. If your going to spend 2 and a half minutes doing anything in your life it must be to watch this incredible dance session. At 0:59 seconds he drops the fucking hammer so hard for a short period the Earth’s rotation stops.
For an honorary mention of an awesome showcase of dance skill and determination see video below. See how a dance party is really started
Mark Jenkins is an American artist best known for his street installations using packing tape. He has shown his work all over the world and even conducts workshops on how to use packing tape to sculpt. He is leading a frontier of street artist who find fun in the rush of illegally planting their art through the landscapes of cities to generate an original and new dimension to street art.
If you would like to see more of Jenkins art you can go to his site here .