Looking back on Vimeos, thoughts and music
new episode showcasing the best of animation
visual thoughts, moving stories
Pack some warm clothes and gear up!
Expression, opinions, voices
The series showcasing the best of animation from around the web
Time to pack your bags
a few tunes
notes from 10/2017
first episode of a series devoted to showcasing the best experimental
a new episode showcasing crazy art from around the web
random quotes and notes from September 2017
my mom’s series helping you take control of your health
“Science fiction is not predictive, it is descriptive” – Ursula Le Guin
Last 2017 marathon, animations
another episode of the series devoted to fashion
hit that rewind button
Quotes from August 2017
3rd summer marathon: documentaries
another episode of madness and beauty
my mom’s series devoted to health
quotes from July 2017
a new series on this channel devoted to animation
second summer marathon: short fictions
Travelling to the Middle East
Third edition of the summer marathons on social media. Best music videos I’ve seen this year
my mom’s series helping you take control of your health
Episode 2 of ASIA MADNESS
DJ set by Mike Trofimov, a DJ that I met in Ukraine a few weeks ago.
voices and opinions from around the world, various topics
This week I’ll be putting out some personal notes from experiences I’ve had while touring through Europe.
quotes, columns and opinions
My cousin’s music series on the channel. Thoughts and reflections.
another episode of the music series. Diggin deeper into YouTube
Don’t think this is going to be any oriental-wellness-new-age bullshit. We’ll get straight to the point.
first episode of a new series devoted to cities around the world
For those like me who grew up binge watching Mtv. The new generation.
new batch of Vimeo portraits
It’s time to turn out the lights and curl up under the covers…
Helping you take control of your health
quotes, columns and opinions
Celebrating the end of winter and the return of light and hope.
Monthly selection of tracks from around the world and the web
Demented music videos, delicious visuals and crazy shit. Welcome to Ntv. Episode 2.
Funny, thought-provoking or both.
A new episode of Esteban’s music week. When music becomes militant.
another episode helping you take control of your health
Welcome to the 2017 edition of 28 days around the world!
In 2016, the news became more entertaining than Netflix. I can’t wait to see what will be the next season of our reality world.
Our entertainment is now consumed online. This has had profound consequences on the type of entertainment being consumed and has lead to, in my opinion, the death of cinema.
How pornography has become the reference for everything in our digital world. By Nikolas List
My cousin from Mexico is back with a strong statement playlist this week
What is a video essay? Video essays are like pornography in that, as the saying goes, you know it when you see it.
What comes after Mtv? Ntv. The new generation. Reloaded. Welcome to the first episode of this series.
From existentialism to sex, to love, to career anxiety, words of wisdom for the heart and soul.
another episode of my mom’s series on taking control of your health
The monthly selection of tracks from around the web
60 of the best Vimeo portraits I’ve seen this year. Here we go.
Performers from NYC that I met last month performing at Frantasia. Let me just say that “wild” in “Wild Torus” is an understatement
Last 2016 summer marathon: the best short animations I’ve seen this year
This week’s set is a series of quotes from Ryan Holiday’s article “25 Ways To Kill The Toxic Ego That Will Ruin Your Life”
Another episode of the music series curated by my cousin from Mexico, Esteban. All comments from Esteban.
Some of the best short documentaries I’ve seen over the past year.
Welcome to the very first online surf film festival. Here are my favorite 21 surf films from the past year.
First episode of a heath series curated by my mom on this channel. This week’s theme is “Live Healthier Longer”.
The monthly selection of tracks from around the world
The 30 best short fictions I’ve seen over the past year.
Here’s this year’s batch of commercials. Hope you enjoy.
As usual, we’ll wrap up this month will a few delicious tracks.
The 2016 selection of amazing music videos. Enjoy.
These quotes are taken from Ty Bollinger’s series “The Truth About Cancer” (see link below)
poetry, spoken word, slam and so much more. Depictions of the human experience.
musical selection and comments by my cousin from Mexico, Esteban
a handpicked selection of 21 films shorter than 5 minutes.
by Sir Ken Robinson
film analysis by Tony Zhou
“When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It’s to enjoy each step along the way.” -Wayne Dyer
musical selection and comments by Cha!Selektor
by Alain de Botton
“Life’s too short to wear boring clothes.”
Documentaries that take the temperature of the world in its current state
Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made.
time to have some fun
food for thought.
sets devoted to exploring and sharing music outside of the mainstream
6 episodes with photographers taking us behind the lens and into their lives.
a guest set curated by Piol
this set is based on the School of Life video (see link below), written by Alain de Botton
Here is the last week of our 30 days around the world (part 4 of 4)
Here is the third week of our 30 days around the world (part 3 of 4)
Here is the second week of our 30 days around the world (part 2 of 4)
Here is the first week of our 30 days around the world (part 1 of 4)
Time to look back on some of the highlights of this year before moving on.
Every book you read may not save your life – but some of them will.
This week’s set is inspired by a short piece of writing by Alain de Botton (founder of School of Life)
video of the month by Andreas Eenfeldt.
The title of this set pretty much says it all.
7 TED talks carefully handpicked by your host.
Everything you could ask for: blood, sugar, sex and magic. Enjoy.
Article of the month by Dr Perlmutter.
The graduates from the French film school GOBELINS posted their films on Vimeo last month. It’s fun to see what’s on the minds of French kids in 2015.
This week, we’re travelling to Iceland. Be sure to pack some warm clothes.
My friend Mik is getting up on stage this week to express some personal opinions.
This week, I am excited to release 7 fresh new sound clouds that I labelled “ORIGAMIZ”.
How modern wheat and grain based diets are making us fat, slow and sick.
Another chapter in the kingdom of weirdom.
DIOGO will be our curator and tour guide for the whole week.
A surreality show following the adventures of Julian Yuri Rodriguez as he struggles to become a good person in Miami’s strange, dark underworld.
Here are the 14 best documentaries I’ve seen so far this year. Light and hope.
Welcome back to the gallery.
“The future of understanding human health is contained in your gut flora. The bacteria that you have in your gut determine your heath.” – Professor Tim Noakes
Fearless and shameless. Enjoy.
14 short fictions carefully handpicked by your host.
This week’s focus is on the documentary “CARB LOADED”
Welcome to GEEKWEEK. Time to get some life hacks from my favorite doctor, Mr James Hamblin.
14 music videos carefully handpicked by your host.
My mom will inaugurate this first edition of ‘OPEN MIC’ week. Get up on stage, grab the mic and say what you need to say.
Welcome to the gallery. Here are a few ikons I’ve been working on.
Move that body –
This week, we’re setting off to Japan. Snow, Seiko, urban skiing and underground VJs.
This week my cousin Esteban is going to give us a taste of the Chilango lifestyle!
“Mantra” : sacred utterance, numinous sound or group of words believed to have psychological/spiritual power
“There’s music in every sound”
In my opinion, we were given these bodies, so it is our duty to take care of them.
7 films that cultivate absurdity, eccentricity, bewilderment and a general sense of mystification.
A meditation on materialism and prosperity in modern life. (NY Times)
Time to chill.
“We spend the first three years of a child’s life teaching them to walk and speak and the next twelve years at school telling them to sit down and shut up.” -Ken Robinson
This week, I’m pulling out my personal collection of visuals. Put a coin in the slot and see what comes up.
Some food for thought.
A taste of Asian pop culture.
The main focus of this set will be on Asifa Lahore, a Muslim transvestite who fights ignorance and human predigious in his own way.
Pack your bags and boost your internet connection.
Welcome to the real world.
Behind his provocative statements, I believe that Nietzsche was profoundly idealistic.