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BTRtoday’s Northside Festival showcase at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory was awesome.
For the last proper record label feature of the year, we take a look to the north, checking out the fine music from Canada’s Mint Records! Plus the usual selection of awesome jams from this year and a few goodies from the past. Check out some episodes of BTR Live Studio featuring Mint records artists:  
For the several years photographer Daniel Cronin attended The Gathering of the Juggalos, an annual festival for die-hard fans of the horrorcore rap group The Insane Clown Posse. In his photographs, Daniel depicts Juggalos of every stripe, likening his approach to that of early 20th century German photographer August Sander who made egalitarian portraits of his countrymen. These photographs have been published in a book by Prestel, and I spoke with Daniel over the phone from Portland about his experiences at Gathering, misconceptions about Juggalo culture and some of his other projects.
San Francisco based photographer Jin Zhu’s project Endless Stream looks at California’s Central Valley. Jin has been documenting the ways that water — and lack of it — transforms the landscape and the ways that humans live on the land.
San Francisco based photographer Jin Zhu’s new project is called Endless Stream. The project looks at California’s Central Valley where Jin has travelled around taking pictures of the ways that water — and lack of it — transforms the landscape and the ways that humans live on the land.
Over the last decade Gregory Crewdson has become a household name in contemporary art for his large-scale staged photographs. The creation of just one Crewdson photograph requires the work of over 50 crew members including actors, electricians, set designers and a cinematographer. The artist shoots on location in sleepy towns in Western Massachewsettes, often shutting down entire city blocks to use as his set.

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