Very pleased to have the Airwick Home Is In the Air film that I shot in conjunction with Droga5 shortlisted as part of the 2015 Cannes Lions.

If you have never seen Radiohead live, it just might be the experience you need to believe that they are essentially The Beatles for a new generation. Much like the band I’ve just compared them too, Radiohead have continuously taken brave risks as they’ve searched for new sounds throughout their career. They’ve grown from talented rockers into worldclass writers and musicians. Their recent in-studio live performance Sessions From The Basement: The King of Limbs is case in point and so impressive that it triggered the very thought that the band has reached the same level of musicianship as the fab four from Liverpool. Below are some choice cuts without web commercial interruptions:

Little By Little
Lotus Flower

From the Basement is the pet project of music production wunderkind Nigel Godrich. An impressive list of musicians are invited to play intimate live in-studio sessions that are filmed in HD and presented online. Godrich’s goal is to create an honest and laid-back environment for his guests to perform. He likens the project to the 70’s BBC 2 program The Old Grey Whistle Test. Here are a few wonderful solo performances: Andrew Bird, Tenuousness and Thom Yorke, Videotape.

Tonight, my hometown Philadelphia Flyers play their first Stanley Cup Championship home-game since my youth. Though the team is down by two games, I have full confidence that they will summon the spirit of the original Cup winning Broad Street Bullies and punish Chicago tonight. Stream the HBO Documentary on the Bullies of the 70s here for a reminder of where tough hockey was invented. Let’s go Flyers!!!