This week, Josh brings back his sometimes co-host Cassandra. If you love Cassandra, let us know and we’ll try to coax her back into the studio. If you don’t love Cassandra, what’s wrong with you?
We’re not exactly sure what you’re supposed to learn from this episode.
You definitely will NOT get step-by-step instructions for becoming a dominatrix. Or a recipe for making fake semen.
Oh, we talk about sex a lot in this show. Fitting, because our guest is Melanie Maras,
This week’s episode is part of our ARTxWORK REBELS series, in partnership with Guerilla One. Check out all of the ARTxWORK REBELS episodes at www.rebelradio.net.
James Haunt comes through the studio to tell us how he’s moved from graffiti to streetwear design to corporate art. After spending much of his childhood in jail, he hit a turning point after landing in the hospital from a beating by the cops. Dude is still on the rise but is quickly building an impressive body of w
This week’s episode is another installment in our ARTWORK REBELS series in partnership with Guerilla One. Check out the others at www.rebelradio.net.
If you don’t know OG Slick, you don’t know LA graffiti. My dude has been famous since the 80s. More precisely, since the Slick x Hex battle at the Levitz furniture factory, which ended up as an early reality show on local TV.
He’s gone on to become one of the most noted artists on the West Coast, if not the world, and a crea
Saber: How to go out and make the biggest impact
Saber is not the first to describe graffiti as an addiction. It’s way beyond a simple act of rebellion or self-expression. It's thrill of getting away with it, the positive reinforcement from friends and peers, and of course, the fumes that get so many youngsters hooked after their first hit.
In our interview — co-hosted by Eddie Donaldson from Guerilla One — Saber explains how his comrades in the Seventh Letter both fell
This episode is part two in our ARTXWORK REBELS series, brought to you in partnership with Guerilla One, our go to source for information on graffiti and street art. Guerilla One is on hiatus online, so hit us up directly if you want more information. Graffiti art legend Risk stops by our studio to tell us about his latest project — a joint show with fellow Rebel Radio alum TAZ — and give us some insights into how he’s built one of the most interesting careers you’ll ever fin
Roger Gastman has worked with Bansky and Shepard Fairey. You have not. How a punk rock kid became the world’s expert in graffiti and street art. If you still think graffiti is just kids defiling your neighborhood, you need to get with the times. Graffiti, and its sibling, “street art,” have infiltrated high-end galleries, museums, and private collections, with top artists’ work selling for five-to-six figures. Roger Gastman is the man behind a lot of that evolution. As a maga