The Busking Project Team Picks fo r the week 📫😋

Our favourite busk-y stuff from around the web:

Nick Broad (co-founder)

Last week we saw Cathy Davis get her case get bumped up to the Supreme Court in Canada(!!), and William J Dorsett brought a huge amount of resources forth to try and

change San Diego's unconstitutional busking bylaws. But my favourite part of last week was listening to this album by brother-buskers, The Brothers Honeywell.


Liliana Maz (co-founder

There’s great new music in BuSK! This week I recommend Savannah Jaime.

I also discovered this Youtube Channel for jugglers with tips, tutorials and more. And we’ve been getting a good response on Katie Ferrara’s review of How to Make it in the New Music Business


Jansen Peña (developer/chief nerd)

Some of the people I went with to graphic design school have gained recognition as graffiti artists in many cities here in Colombia. So, this week I'm sharing this interview is an interview of a Colombian graffiti artist known as "Toxicómano" (with English subtitles), and this glimpse into a gallery in Bogotá that promotes graffiti, illustration and street art.


Camila Hidalgo (business support/busker hunter)

My jam of the week has been Flatcaps & Fisticuffs. I stumbled upon them while looking for a band to hire for a gig, and loved them. Quite the change for me, as I normally listen to metal. But their energy is so contagious! You see all the people forgetting about the rain and dancing along? That's what I mean. That's the power of busking right there. 


Santiago Buendia (assistant producer/ video traveler )

Last week I found a very interesting 9-hour long videoclip that's amazingly calm. It's from Sigur Rós, an Icelandic psychedelic rock band whose sound seems to clear up confusions around you, just like incense. It would be enough to describe this as a trip, but I'm going to enhance this by saying: it's a trip by truck. The idea is that you watch the entire video, from beginning to the end; be part of the trip, be in the truck, be the driver! Enjoy the scenery, see the road step by step, km by km, curve after straight. This is your chance to do what we've always wanted: to stop caring about the future, and just abandon ourselves voluntarily to enjoy whatever this is with complete trust. 

Apologies for the advice, I was talking to myself.

Videos of the week:

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