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Nostalgia

Nostalgia

if you’ve ever been foolishly alive before then perhaps you know about the discord that nostalgia can create within you. perhaps, you have been silly like me, and placed the warmth and fullness of your thoughts into the burnmarks of where a better memory once stood. the feeling that accompanies treasuring ashes is a deeply […]

The Twilight Sad

The Twilight Sad

Post-punk indie rock band from Glasgow, Scotland, The Twilight Sad captured our imaginations opening up for The Cure last Saturday night, June 18 at Madison Square Garden.  Heavy riffs, a deep bass, mobilizing drums, and spiritual vocals encompassed the 6-7 song set as the Garden was filling up to the brim.  Singer James Graham’s vocals […]

Boulder Bud

Boulder Bud

Last year I was in Boulder, CO with fellow Kigi Love co-founder, Marcus, and CEO of Illegal NY, Prinz Carlson. We were really looking forward to checking out this progressive town and all it has to offer. The historic legalization of Cannabis, state level in parts of Colorado, has really boosted tourism and we were […]

You Are My Favorite Bandit

You Are My Favorite Bandit

I am most definitely a fault rippling through the seams of creation; an unintended blunder, a fluke. An extraterrestrial bandit blowing in through the back alleys of the cosmos, a typo in the gospels of angels; the thorn in Jesus’ side. I am a disheveled attempt at humanity and I can only ever offer a […]

Epoch Release

Epoch Release

Tomorrow, Friday June 3, Michael Vexin’s debut album is dropping!  Ten tracks of haunting yet uplifting vocals are fused together with electronic beats and acoustic instruments with a quality throughout.  Starting off with a bang with the self-titled track “Epoch”, the album explores the full range of emotional soundscapes, while ending with an inspiring number […]

Claude’s Art

Claude’s Art

Born in France 1931, Claude’s abstract artwork is born straight from the imagination.  With lines and shapes in constant flux, the direction of the art changes just as easily as the creation of thought within the mind.  The color and shapes Claude uses spark an inner dialogue of what is real and what is perceived.  […]

Transitory Space

Transitory Space

We are so excited for our dear friend Leah Oates who was given the opportunity to bring nature inside of the subway station just below Bryant Park in NYC with “Park Windows”!  Her photographs, from the series “Transitory Space”, are currently being featured in a light box panorama that provides the viewer with a sense […]

I Am What You Make of Me

I Am What You Make of Me

All that I am, every breathing and living inch of me has been shaped by every person I have come into contact with. Hand-me-downs from those I have laughed with, the beautiful faces I have cried with.  Shaped by those I have loved and by those I have lost; formed by the fractured fragments of […]

Keith Lykins Update

Keith Lykins Update

Keith Lykins is in full force and playing 8 gigs all over the Ohio area in the next 30 days with the pinnacle show coming up June 12, 2016 at the House of Blues Cleveland.  Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here Live Music Showcase.   A Kigi Love artist we have been working with, […]

Art New York

Art New York

Last week we stopped by Pier 94, in NYC, to check out Art New York + CONTEXT, an international contemporary and modern art fair.  The show was spectacular, it was well curated with a mix of mediums and it was not overly crowded which made easy to get around and enjoy the presented artwork.  Some […]