Last we spoke of Ahol Sniffs Glue he was reppin’ Wynwood Art Fair. Since then, he’s definitely been doing his job – creating art that inspires even the most sophomoric citizens. It’s been almost two years since the premiere of his first solo exhibit, 7.625 Fl Oz, and he’s been long over-due for another.
And so he began 2012 prepping diligently for his upcoming art show, Ahol: Full-Time, which also marks the opening of Mercenary Square, Miami’s newest exhibition space.
Previously published in Alley Times Issue 4. Interview by Valentina Simon.
Based out of Wynwood, Miami’s creative nerve center, Krisp burst onto the scene unannounced and has already received plenty of well-deserved recognition. With the upcoming release of a couple new tracks, 2012 looks even more promising than 2011 for the local indietronic band. The air is feeling extra krispy this holiday season.
Our friends at Alley Times caught up with the guys at their studio on a recent Autumn evening to talk about their (mis)adventures and the crazy awesome year they’ve had. Continue Reading
Blending choice elements of dance, chillwave, and synthpop, Krisp’s fresh-from-the-oven sound is chock full of chewy melodies and nutty vocals, kind of like a crunchtastic Snickers bar for your hungry, hungry ears.
The up-and-coming local indie rockers have a bright future ahead of them, so get acquainted with the band now and then catch them live this Friday, October 21, at The Vagabond. We’re even giving away free tickets.