Drawing Music, a unique art and music series that brings together a collection of visual artists and high spirited rock n roll musicians, continues with its next installment “Breakfast of Champions” on May 23.
“Breakfast of Champions” is an early morning apology note to ones significant other. An attempt to patch things up after a night of drinking too much and saying all the wrong things. The partner in the dog house hopes that maybe the thing that caused the problem could also help be the solution. So a plea is made to have a “Breakfast of Champions” (booze brunch) together in order to have some laughs and get over last night’s train wreck behavior.
“Breakfast Of Champions” artwork below done by John Decampos.
The series so far has brought together over a dozen different musicians hailing from various NYC bands and enlisted talented artists with wide-ranging aesthetics to visually represent each song. The results are a fun listen and interesting look that combine to tell familiar stories to those who grew up pursuing rock n roll or art as their first passion in life. A new art print and the accompanying song will be available every few weeks.
The talented set of contributors goes by the name Lovesick Bombs, a moniker created by Drawing Music’s curator John Redmond. After years of being fully immersed in music and arts culture playing in punk rock bands since childhood (including the early 2000’s Bay Area skate punk band Secondshot), Redmond found himself still in love with art and music, but rarely being involved in creation of it, as fatherhood and adult life took the drivers seat. This theme of art vs adulthood runs through the project.
The series can be followed at: http://lovesickbombs.com