BUKU Music + Arts Project – photos by Christian Miller and Dianna Shelley

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Dillon Francis Reveals His Touring Essentials [PHOTOS]

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The team at HypeBeast recently caught up with Dillon Francis during his Asia tour in order get a close look at all of his touring must-haves. As part of their Essentials series, the visit revealed all of the particular items that Dillon brings with him while on the road, all the way from laptops to herbal medicine.

As far as clothing goes, Dillon always makes sure to carry his YEEZY Boost 350 V2 sneakers, as well as his collection of caps, sunglasses and a custom-made “In Memory of Taylor Swift” shirt. Meanwhile, on the tech side of things, Dillon carries two Mac laptops on tour, one for DJing and one for producing. He also owns both an iPhone and Google Pixel, but told Hype Beast that he prefers the photo quality of the Pixel above all else (our own staff agrees).

He uses a pair of striking, red David Guetta Beats Mixr headphones, which have since been discontinued, and even carries mysterious pouches of “herbal medicine” from his father.

“My dad is an alternative medicines doctor, and [these powders are] the essential for when I travel, because when I start getting sick I just have this stuff and it works. I’ve taken it all my life, it tastes like Jägermeister.”

Finally, during his visit with Hype Beast, Dillon even mentioned that he has a collaboration with rapper G-Eazy in the works, which you might have heard a bit of on one of his many Instagram Live sessions lately. “I’m actually working on a song with G-Eazy right now, and it has both the R&B and the super turn up dance part.”

Check out all of Dillon’s Essentials below.

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Source: Hypebeast | Facebook image via Rukes.com

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Facebook Includes Snapchat-Esque Photo Frame Tool For Users

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Facebook has taken its next step twoard becoming a viable alternative to Snapchat by adding a feature that allows users to create and use their very own photo frames. The new tool encourages users to download a template and craft customized location and event-based frames, much in the same way that Snapchat’s geo-filter feature works. This is the first time that Facebook has let users make their own frames, despite having the function available since 2015.

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Users who want to create their own frame can visit Facebook’s official instructions page, where all of the necessary steps are laid out. After designing a PNG with a transparent background, users submit the idea to Facebook. After about a week, if their design is approved, they can begin using and sharing their frame with friends. The service even allows users to track the statistics of their design, to see how many people have used it on their own profiles.

Currently, the feature is only available in the UK, Ireland, Colombia, Mexico and Taiwan, according to TechCrunch. There are plans to soon introduce it to the US and other countries, however.

 

Source: The Verge

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Stereogum At Voodoo 2016: Toyota Music Den Portraits

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ChairliftThe Voodoo Music + Arts Experience returned to New Orleans’ City Park this weekend, and so did Stereogum, hosting intimate performances at the Toyota Music Den side stage alongside Spin, Vibe, and BrooklynVegan. Photographer James Demaria was around to capture some of those performances, and you check out photos of Chairlift, Cage The … More »

Stereogum At Lollapalooza 2016: Toyota Music Den Artist Portraits

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Stereogum At Lollapalooza 2016: Toyota Music Den Artist PortraitsLollapalooza returned to Chicago’s Grant Park for the festival’s 25th anniversary this past weekend. Stereogum was on site once again, hosting more intimate performances from some of the best undercard talent at the Toyota Music Den alongside Spin, Vibe, and Brooklyn Vegan. Photographer Wilson Lee was present to capture some of the performers’ offstage … More »