By Jason Hood, November 19th, 2010

Fluid Dress – Charlie Bucket

Fluid Dress from Charlie Bucket

Diana Eng did not make this dress, but you can bet she’d be proud of Charlie Bucket, the girl who did. But whether she was inspired by our contributor or not, it’s quite pretty, and makes for a nice video to watch too. She made it by knitting together 600 ft of tubing and pumping colored water and air through it. It’s surprisingly simple for something so impressive.

Charlie’s Vimeo Channel
Charlie’s Website


Bear Hands – New Album

We’ve mentioned Bear Hands (music featured in RADAR 37 – Dickchicken) before, but this time they’re come out with their debut LP, and it’s just too good not to mention. Burning Bush Supper Club, with its confusing mouthful of a title, is full of a diverse set of songs that really showcase the band’s wide range. Perky power pop, chunky lo-fi, lush ambient songs, and even a bit of orchestral baroque pop blend together effortlessly with the help of Dylan Rau’s energetic vocals. Bear Hands is definitely one of the names in indie pop you’ll be hearing a lot in the near future. You can pick up the album from Back Street Merch HERE


IAVA 6 Word Memoirs – Smith Magazine

Smith Magazine is an online magazine that lets its readers create its content. The site features different story projects, which give readers an opportunity and a space to share something important to them. Six Word Memoirs, the site’s biggest feature, has people sum up their life, or part of it, in six words. This clearly requires much more thought than the average tweet! But as a result, these can be funny, thought-provoking, or just plain mysterious. Most recently, for Veteran’s Day, Smith Magazine teamed up with IAVA (Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America) to have readers share six words on coming home from war. The resulting responses range everywhere from powerful to heartbreaking to darkly comedic, and gives us a chance to see the world through the eyes of those who fight for their country.

IAVA Six Words



The URDB (RADAR ep 4 – Universal Record Database) is at it again, to see how many more records they can break. They just have to be the best at everything, don’t they? Everything entertaining at least. Whether or not you have a record of your own you’d like to go for, this should definitely be a show to see things you won’t see anywhere else, such as ‘Most Cocktail Umbrellas Fit In Hair In One Minute’ or ‘Most Bananas Fit In A Pair Of Pants At Once.’ Brace yourself.

Wed, Dec 1 · 9:30pm
Joe’s Pub


What White Chicks Cherish

What White Chicks Cherish seems at first like a spin off of the immensely popular Stuff White People Like… and that may be what it is. But it gets a bit more specific and a lot more in depth. It’s a blog by a frustrated male about his experiences observing the little things that make white girls overflow with excitement. Things like “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey and “unattractive, beige Mom-bras,” and people like Chelsea Handler, are a few of the things to expect. There’s also a recurring feature on the White Chick of the Week, which features an archetypal white chick to see how well she fits the stereotypes. And while it may seem like it could be insulting at first glance, the author, Mark P, has attracted a surprising number of white girl fans. Maybe that was his plan all along…

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