Hey, there. My name is Timothy Murray. I'm a photographer and director who occasionally writes, draws, makes music, travels and generally hangs out. This is my blog. Where I'll be posting my original content that pertains to such said endeavors. Enjoy! All content © Timothy Murray 2000-2013
These guys installed a wall in my studio last week. Respect.
New studio with gorgeous light all day from huge south facing windows. Who wants to have their picture taken?
Here’s pic of a great musician and friend I took a few years ago. I’m hoping he comes to NYC sooner than later.
Jonathan D. Haskell of Los Angeles band, Seven Saturdays, is one musician/producer you need to get into. His local club shows create as much (if not more) beauty as Explosions in the Sky and his collaborations are some of the most stunning on record. Take the 2011 release Secret Things, for example. This EP is one the best curated remix collections to date featuring artists like White Sea, Teen Daze, Memoryhouse, and Houses. What we have for you today is an exclusive collaboration with Timeboy splicing two Seven Saturdays songs together to make one seven minute masterpiece.
Jonathan’s words on how the piece came to be: “Timeboy and I have been friends for a couple of years through our mutual collaborations with local Los Angeles and Flying Lotus founded label Brainfeeder. When I released 2011’s ambient recording Love In The Time Of Anticipated Defeat (Dynamophone), I was interested in seeing how some of my more electronic minded friends would interpret said works. John King, aka Timeboy, took two songs - Love In The Time Of Anticipated Defeat and Hope In Hopeless Places - and reimagined them into one sprawling remix called “Hope And Love Remix.” I’m thrilled to premier it on The Work Mag!”
We’re thrilled, too.
Listen to THE HOPE AND LOVE REMIX exclusive here.
For more information on Seven Saturdays and the self-titled full length coming out this spring, click here.
Twenty One Pilots lead singer, Tyler Joseph, backstage at MTV’s Artist to Watch 2013 showcase in NYC.
Robert Delong popping his collar before MTV’s Artist to Watch 2013 showcase in NYC
NYC Skyline. There’s some snow in those clouds.