01.19.18
 

 

In 2013 I went on tour after a failed BET Promo Tour with Dorrough fell through. I asked my friend Drew if he'd be interested in helping me route the dates and he mentioned he had some acts he was managing that he could bring in exchange. "The 64 Tour" was born.

We did a dozen shows. Barely anyone was there, but they all loved the idea of playing Mario Kart 64. I dusted everyone. We brought NBA Jam & Smash Bros. Complete madness. I really enjoyed that time. I recently looked back at this tour footage and it made me smile, after everything I've created with Good Posture, etc it's awesome to see early signs of community.

We're holding court at Cereal & such with our very own Mario Kart party –– this time with some special guests. It's gonna be a good one.

 

"I think if you do something and it turns out pretty good, then you should... go do something else wonderful, not dwell on it for too long. Just figure out what’s next." - Steve

I remember reading that and not really connecting the dots to what he meant. But looking back now at what we're making here with Good Posture, Cereal & such, The Theo Show, etc etc.. it's like, yeah, I think I get it now: just make the good stuff and keep on making them. I think when you're younger you plant the seed and you sort of just sit there and wait for the plant to show itself. I get it. I was that kid once too. But I've come to realize you gotta keep planting the seeds. They all figure themselves out eventually. I'm still planting them.

––theo

 

 

 

Free and I get together to chat about how things with us came to be along with how interesting (read: bad) Free's early beats were. It's a good time.

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Josh Peas and Anwar Carrots (formerly co-owners of streetwear brand/clothing boutique Peas & Carrots) came by the "Casa De Cereal" to chat with us about how they met and got their start. We also delve into Peas work within the music industry and current work in advertising.

Getting these two together to share their story is a rare one. We're thankful to get these two together and share their story. Enjoy, and maybe even take notes!

Happy Thanksgiving, bye!

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Our love for music goes without saying. It's the lifeline of our work and our process. To commemorate the launch of our new site and to prepare you for the awkward dinner conversations this Holiday Season we've made our very own, "Friendsgiving" Autumn Playlist with an array of jams to suit everyone.

Press Play below and expect to see these more often.

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Back at it again with episode 10 of our Cereal & such podcast. We chat with Andrew Sarlo, producer & engineer for Nick Hakim's, "Green Twins". Lilie B discusses her experiencing working on set of HBO's Insecure.

Good talk indeed.

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Early Season 3 Episode. Shoutout to Anwar and shout out to jellof rice with the proper amount of spice and seasoning. Tyler ate eba for the first time.

Life is tight.

 

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what a time, episode 9. scroll through for the look at the chats with our friends.

think of this as a digital newspaper, with colorful tones and wizardly words.

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catch you on the next one.

- theo

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11.07.17
 
Never forget.
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10.18.17
17
 

"This is my brother, he’s 17. He’s got a race car bed, has won numerous sports awards and trophies through his achievements. He looks after, Joy, his Husky Labrador and loves video games and graphic design. He’s a first-generation Nigerian living in a suburban American city. I don’t recall hearing about the story of first generation Africans living in America, but this is a start."

17 by Good Posture. Photography by Albert Huerta & Theo Martins