Photography of Matthew Zaremba

Boston raised, Brooklyn resident Matthew Zaremba is one of our favorite photographers.   Constant updates on his portfolio site convince us that he sees more/better than the rest of us. It is beautiful then gone.

“I Love My Bike” Book Release Party

Danielle and myself are in this book!

The Marc Jacobs location on Newbury Street in Boston will be playing host to the book release party for “I Love My Bike” later this week.  This project was brought to life by our friends, Matt Finkle and Brittain Sullivan, who visited various parts of the country to create this photo compilation book of bike lovers.   Support these guys and purchase your copy of “I Love My Bike” here.  For more information head over to and check out the video below to get the gist of how they went about gathering the stories and photographs behind this project.

Whatup Scumbags? Fedavees Tonight

Johnny Allen’s tape project fedavees comes to life tonight at Great Scott. I’m doing his video art at the show as well as Electric Zeus’. DIY rock n roll at it’s finest. Hold your head, punch the bouncer, pogo & shoegaze to your heart’s content. Fuck Yeah!

Listen to fedavees here(also available as a casette tape only). This is a 4 track masterpiece w/ Johnny playing all instruments in his living room.
Also, He’s my favorite photographer & we are in a crew named the Nutty Buddies.

Top 5

Out of boredom and inspiration, Leo started a photo site off tumblr – top 5 things – that is definitely worth following.   Expect surrealism, literary references, photos of Jane Birkin, nice interiors and the finer things in the world

Radio Silence: A Selected Visual History Of American Hardcore Music – At Fourth Wall


The Fourth Wall Project is proud to announce the opening of Radio Silence / Selected Photography.   Compiled by authors Nathan Nedorostek and Anthony Pappalardo, Radio Silence documents the ignored space between the Ramones and Nirvana through the words and images of the pre-Internet era where this community built on do-it-yourself ethics thrived. Authors Nathan Nedorostek and Anthony Pappalardo have cataloged private collections of unseen images, personal letters, original artwork, and various ephemera from the hardcore scene circa 1978-1993. Unseen photos lay next to hand-made t-shirts and original artwork brought to life by the words of their creators and fans. Radio Silence includes over 500 images of unseen photographs, illustrations, rare records, t-shirts, and fanzines
presented in a manner that abandons the aesthetic clichés normally employed to depict the genre and lets the subject matter speak for itself. Contributions by Jeff Nelson, Dave Smalley, Walter Schreifels,
Cynthia Connolly, Pat Dubar, Gus Peña, Rusty Moore, and Gavin Ogelsby with an essay by Mark Owens.


Radio Silence is a selected visual history of American Hardcore Music. Compiled by authors Nathan Nedorostek and Anthony Pappalardo. The book is published by MTV Press and distributed by PowerHouse Books.