m.e.s.h.

Premieres

M.E.S.H.’s New Video Is a Descent Into an Unsettling Underworld

The creepy journey in the clip for “Search. Reveal.” is a perfect accompaniment for the ungainly movement of Jamie Whipple’s music.
Colin Joyce
12.11.17
thump news

Kablam, Tygapaw, and M.E.S.H. Contribute to New Charity Compilation

'Co-Op' was created in support of marginalized peoples everywhere.
Alexander Iadarola
12.12.16
thump exclusive stream

The Cute Robot in Max Cooper's New Music Video Might Just Save the World

The producer's new album, 'Emergence,' is out now.
Anna Codrea-Rado
11.29.16
thump exclusive stream

Ziúr's New Remix Chisels SHALT's Swampy Atmospheres into a Perturbed Club Workout

The track is off the forthcoming 'Acheron Remixed' EP.
Alexander Iadarola
8.23.16
thump news

M.E.S.H. Surprise Dropped a New EP and it's an Avant-Garde Dance Workout

'Damaged Merc' is out now with PAN.
Michael Scott Barron
5.27.16
Canada

Toronto Gets Its Own Free, Encrypted Mesh Network

Free internet for all.
Brennan Doherty
4.27.16
thump news

Janus and PAN Producer M.E.S.H. Brilliantly Soundtracks a Total Solar Eclipse with New Track

He released the track to celebrate his tour of U.S. and Mexico taking place this month.
Alexander Iadarola
11.3.15
Art

Today's Best Use of a Carrot

Up your carrot game by learning to carve this culinary masterpiece.
The Creators Project
2.23.15
Fashion

Phlemuns Is More Genuine Than Ginuwine

James Flemons is an old-school fashion cat who runs a one-man factory out of his duplex in Mid-City, Los Angeles. You can find him cranking out the entire production of his line, Phlemuns, with two sewing machines and limitless hustle.
Synmia Rosine
5.13.14
Internet

Two Years Later, Where Is Occupy's Internet?

Catching up with Isaac Wilder, who we first met during the height of Occupy actions as he and a small band of hackers set out to build the people's Internet.
Brian Anderson
3.14.14
tech

Inside the Movement to Give Away Your Internet for the Good of Humanity

We are strangely territorial when it comes to our wireless networks. The idea of someone siphoning off our precious bandwidth without paying for it is, for most people, completely unacceptable. But the Open Wireless Movement wants to change all that.
Keith Wagstaff
1.30.13
Motherboard Blog

Practically Nonideological: A Chat with Ethan Zuckerman

When diplomats from nearly 200 countries descend upon Dubai this December to renegotiate the International Telecommunications Regulations, the onerous United Nations treaty that lords over telephone, radio and T.V. networks and that ""may be extended...
Brian Anderson
4.2.12