8/10/17 (Repost) O&A NYC DANCE: Bones The Machine

 

Steven Hill, aka Bones The Machine is a Flex/Bonebreaking dancer, actor and model. He performs jaw-dropping style of dance that originated from Jamaican brukup, and is rooted in the streets of east Brooklyn. Continue reading

4/10/17 O&A NYC DANCE: Flexin’ on ‘Em: Brooklyn’s Flex Dance Music

By Adewale Adekanbi Jr.

Flex Dance Music is the most underrated element of the urban dance phenomenon. Four pioneers of Brooklyn’s club sound Epic B, Uninamise, Hitmakerchinx, and DJ Aaron, and dancer Jason Cust break down the evolution of flexing and FDM. Continue reading

12/11/15 O&A NYC With WaleStylez: Air Jordan and Public School Sneaker and Apparel Collection First Look

By Adewale Adekanbi Jr.

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Public School, New York’s upscales streetwear label, and Jordan are is set to collaborate on two sneakers and a full apparel collection.

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The Air Jordan XII and the Jordan Horizon are the two new sneakers behind the latest footwear collaborations poised to create the first pre-holiday buzz. Sporting Public School’s signature monochrome look the Air Jordan XII featuring concrete grey nubuck upper complemented by tonal detailing. The Jordan Horizon takes it a step further with a brand new Jordan silhouette, which sports a knitted upper  adorned with some pretty eye-catching patterns.

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Public School fans will want to wear the full collab look from head to toe. The all-black colorways with urban camouflage patterns are the right amount of edgy and atheletic. Prior to the December 12 release the was an exclusive release party at Terminal 23, which featured a performance by Bones The Machine and DJ Aaron.  

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3/20/15 O&A Shall We Dance Friday: Bones The Machine

 

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Steven Hill, aka Bones The Machine is a Flex dancer, actor and model. He performs jaw-dropping style of dance that originated from Jamaican brukup, and is rooted in the streets of east Brooklyn. The dance, which consists mainly of shapes you form with your arms, is called ‘Bone Breaking’ as it really looks like Steven has traded his skeleton for some sort of elastic gum. Bones has spent several years to develop his unique technique where he mixes contortion and improvisation with other styles from parallel dance movements such as tutting, popping, connecting and waving – and even a bit of ballet. Continue reading