Insightful, funny and raw. That just about sums up Episode #211 (like the malt liquor), of Drinking Partners Podcast, who sits down with my boy Thomas Agnew and his business partner DS Kinsel of the multipurpose creative space Boom Concepts in Pittsburgh, PA.
The guys cover everything from music, culture, influence, and more. The laughs were endless and the knowledge and experiences shared were very in-depth. It’s great to see the evolution of Thomas’ journey in entrepreneurship in the Steel city.
If you ever attended an event at Shadow Lounge with JENESIS Magazine then you’ll understand why this new fundraiser for Boom Concepts is so important.
Listen here to the podcast episode:
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Learn more about the fundraiser and how to contribute!
Feel free to take a break from Buffalo next weekend and head on over to Pittsburgh, it’s only a 3hr ride! Take an adventure to the ‘Burgh to see how JENESIS Magazine does it on a Sunday!!!
Free Party on Sunday, April 3rd, 2016 at The Goldmark located at 4517 Buttler Street, Pittsburgh, PA | Lawrenceville.
Party goes from 9PM until 2AM with @tischristo on the sounds.
Follow our partners over at @jenesismagazine, while they’re spreading the word about @boomconcepts, who is currently booking for 2016!
Dates are available to book your next art exhibition, music performance, organized community events, private events & more in Pittsburgh, PA!
Visit BOOMConcepts.com, Facebook.com/BOOMConcepts, or email them at email@example.com!
1839 Magazine sits down with Thomas Agnew of JENESIS Magazine and discuses his past contributions, current projects and future goals.
If you aren’t sure who Thomas is by way of Flagrant City, let me catch you up to speed just a bit. He has run the Pittsburgh-based online magazine publication JENESIS for over 8 years now. He is an avid graphic designer, crafting fliers, album covers, etc for brands and artists alike. Thomas did he the artwork for our first Illicit Activities mixtape in 2010 and our most recent cover for the 6th installment this past April.
He is also a supporter of Dirty Logan artist Fernandough the Poet who is a featured artist on JENESIS. He has also handled the artwork for several of his projects, including The OJ Simpson Tape which was released in 2010.
Recently he opened Boom Concepts, which is a local art gallery in Pittsburgh where he is able to host events, and further promote his brands. Read more in his interview below!
To see the full interview go here: INTERVIEW: 1839mag Takes A Look At Thomas Agnew
After JENESIS Magazine’s Drake Appreciation Party this Sladderday the 17th in Pittsburgh, PA, owner Thomas Agnew and the JENESIS family is headed up to Buffalo, NY to network with our #DirtyLogan Gang to do a special “Kanye Vs Jay Z” event on the 24th!!!
There will be a special Karaoke hour to see who can spit like Hov or Ye! Event starts at 7pm EST and goes until 11pm!
Follow the Gang on IG/Twitter: @geist_mode @buffalowe @fernandoughthepoet @mizzike32 @mr_liteskin @flagrantcity
On this Saturday, October 17th, 2015, our Pittsburgh playas over at JENESIS Magazine shows love to October’s Very Own Drake for the Drake Appreciation Party.
Local eats by the Brassero Grill food truck will be outside Boom Concepts serving food all night!
Available now, the @JENESISMagazine 7th Anniversary Tee. Only 32 made, Men & Women.
Go here: JENESIS Anniversary Tee
Now available for purchase, the hard copy/published edition of JENESIS Magazine’s October 2013 Issue featuring ChevyWoods!
Digital copies still available online on the JENESIS website, but for those looking to be a part of history, cop the 1st print edition of this magazine HERE: http://t.co/Ie8dGS6rD4
As one of the most exciting acts to emerge from the Pittsburgh rap scene, Mars Jackson, sees himself as an artist who is trying to share his life through his music.Never one to rush projects, “HypeChill” (4th mixtape) is long overdue but shows obvious progression from the Pittsburgh MC. With features from Spank Lee, S.BOO, BADBOXES and Hii Class Society’s very own Grits Capone “HypeChill” is sure to be a classic to new and old Mars Jackson fans. Influenced by life’s challenges, tracks like “More Promises” and radio friendly “Sacrifice” depicts a mature take on life’s occurrences . Whereas, “I.J.S” and “We heard that sh*t” are singles to turn any party/session up.
DOWNLOAD: Hype Chill by Mars Jackson [DAT PIFF]