Sew & Tell

Premiere DateOct 12, 2012
Categories Media Talk
00:00 DJ Marie (Underneath: Fake Fealty Balmorhea)
03:13 Interview with Nana Spears and Naomi Clark of Fort Makers
09:41 DJ Marie
10:30 Salt Days Plus WIN WIN
14:13 Hemingway John Cale
18:02 Talking Mountains The Luyas
21:03 DJ Marie
22:31 Interview with Nana Spears and Naomi Clark
30:12 DJ Marie
31:34 You Win Brent Deboer
34:55 The Ballad of Jim Jones Immigrant Union
37:01 Willow Wand Willow Wand Jason Lytle
40:38 DJ Marie
41:53 Interview with Nana Spears and Naomi Clark
46:16 DJ Marie
49:47 Why Won't They Talk To Me? Tame Impala
54:30 Finish

On this week’s fashion feature, I’m joined by Naomi Clark and Nana Spears, two of the imaginative forces behind Brooklyn-based design and art collective Fort Makers. In addition to art pieces, installations, and furniture, Fort Makers has developed a beautiful fashion label centered around hand-painted pieces. The original designs blend fine art and fashion in strikingly unique garments, and it’s no surprise that they recently finished a collaboration line for Anthropologie. On today’s show, Nana and Naomi will talk about how they formed Fort Makers, Naomi’s process for painting silk, some new accessory designs, and the artists and designers that inspire their work.
Plus, new music from former Velvet Underground-er John Cale, as well as side-by-side releases from Dandy Warhol drummer Brent Deboer, who is out with both a new solo effort as well as the debut album from his Australian-based project Immigrant Union. And some info on the upcoming BTR CMJ showcases happening this week – we’ve got a ton of hot music to keep you warm as the weather cools. So tune in and stay toasty with fall fashion & music on BreakThru Radio!
Selections from Fort Makers F/W 2012, by Naomi Clark and Nana Spears
(Photos courtesy of Fort Makers)

John Cale
(Photo by Shawn Brackbill)
Oct 13 – Royal Festival Hall @ Southbank Centre – London, United Kingdom
Oct 14 – Gloria Theater – Cologne, Germany
Oct 16 – Passionskirche Kreuzberg – Berlin, Germany
Oct 18 – Freiheiz – Munich, Germany
Oct 19 – Reithalle – Basel, Switzerland
Oct 21 – Rockhal – Esch Sur Alzette, Luxembourg
Oct 22 – Paradiso – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct 23 – Kampnagel – Hamburg, Germany
Jan 16 – BAM – Brooklyn, NY
Feb 8 – Espace Julien – Marseilles, France
Feb 9 – La Vapeur – Dijon, France
Feb 12 – Le Trianon – Paris, France
Feb 15 – Oasis – Le Mans, France

The Luyas
(Photo by Nick Bostick)
Oct 18 – Delinquency – Brooklyn, NY
Oct 19 – Pianos – New York, NY
Nov 1 – Le Cercle  – Quebec City, Quebec
Nov 2 – BCA Center – Burlington, VT
Nov 4 – Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA
Nov 5 – The Red Palace – Washington, D.C.
Nov 6 – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY
Nov 7 – The Luyas In – Toronto, Ontario
Nov 8 – The Casbah – Hamilton, Ontario
Nov 9 – Mavericks – Ottawa, Ontario
Nov 13 – Le Cabaret du Mile End – Montreal, Quebec
Nov 25 – Botanique – Brussels, Belgium
Dec 4 – Point Ephemere – Paris, France
Dec 9 – Birthdays – London, United Kingdom

Jason Lytle
(Photo by Jeff Hawe)
Oct 16 – Barboza – Seattle, WA
Oct 17 – Holocene – Portland, OR
Oct 19 – Cafe du Nord – San Francisco, CA
Oct 21 – Soho – Santa Barbara, CA
Oct 22 – The Casbah – San Diego, CA
Oct 23 – Bootleg Bar – Los Angeles, CA
Dec 5 – Massey Hall – Toronto, Ontario
Dec 9 – House of Blues – Boston, MA
Dec 15 – The National – Richmond, VA

HOST Britt
Britt (formerly DJ Marie) has a passion for all forms of art, as well as for the creative process. She has a BA in Communications/Theater and a Post-Bacc in Photography from Maine Media Workshops. Britt began…

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