MonoNeon, the legendary and late Prince’s last bassist before his death, has been cranking out a ton of new tunes in 2017. Like his musical mentor Prince, MonoNeon has a particular curated aesthetic with an emphasis on innovation and boundary-pushing, whether that be musically or visually. Recently, MonoNeon and rapper A Weirdo From Memphis teamed up, collaborating on the track “America’s Perverted Gentlemen (Drawls)” off MonoNeon’s newest album, Selfie Quickie 2WOOO, which was released at a name-your-price rate on Bandcamp. To accompany the track, MonoNeon and A Weirdo From Memphis brought on director IMAKEMADBEATS for the track’s newly released music video.You can check out the 90’s punk-inspired video below, courtesy of MonoNeon. You can also catch MonoNeon at the Michael Jackson vs. Stevie Wonder Tribute at The Howlin’ Wolf on May 7th for late-night after Jazz Fest party. MonoNeon will be joining Eric “Benny” Bloom, DJ Williams, Adam Deitch, Will Blades, Nigel Hall, and more in New Orleans for this special tribute, following Zigaboo Modeliste’s 19th Annual Funk Revue. You can check out other Live For Live Music Jazz Fest late nights here!
AFTER: The living room in the house after the rebuild. Picture: Scott Burrows.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago The living room opens out to the backyard. Picture: Scott Burrows. The back of the house, named Laurent, at 44 Reading St, Paddington. Picture: Scott Burrows. Darius and Kayla Boyd’s home at 78 Harding St, Hendra. Picture: Instagram. The home purchased by Erin McNaught and husband “Example”.They have also built homes for Broncos captain Darius Boyd and his wife, Kayla, former Wallabies’ captain Stephen Moore and Channel 9 presenter Alison Ariotti.The Boyds’ four-bedroom, two-bathroom house at 78 Harding St, Hendra, is currently for sale and is expected to fetch a price in the early $2 million range. Andrew and Rob Gray at one of their projects in Paddington. Image: AAP/Claudia Baxter.THEY build homes for some of Brisbane’s biggest stars, so it’s no wonder their latest masterpiece has got tongues wagging.Builder brothers, Rob and Andrew Gray, of Graya Construction have teamed up with emerging developer, Frank Developments, to create their biggest project to date. BEFORE: The living room in the house at 44 Reading St, Paddington, before it was transformed. BEFORE: The front of the house at 44 Reading St, Paddington, before it was transformed. BEFORE: Inside the house at 44 Reading St, Paddington, before it was transformed. BEFORE: The original kitchen in the house at 44 Reading St, Paddington, before it was transformed. AFTER: Inside the house after the rebuild. Picture: Scott Burrows. The outdoor entertaining area. Picture: Scott Burrows.Frank Developments director Frank Licastro said the team “pushed the bar” on a lot of features within the house.“Having four levels with an internal lift which goes to your own private rooftop, plus we also turned the lift into a feature — it’s actually a glass enclosure on the ground floor so you can see out to the garden,” Mr Licastro said.“Having a basement in Paddington is quite rare.“And we’ve really stepped it up with the technology.” The kitchen opens out to an indoor/outdoor entertaining area. Picture: Scott Burrows.They have completely redesigned and rebuilt it to represent one of Paddington’s most iconic homes.The six-bedroom, five-bathroom residence has a four-level internal lift, providing access from the five-car basement car park to the rooftop sky garden terrace.There’s also a family-sized pool, smart home technology, an electric car charger and city views. AFTER: The front of the house after it was rebuilt. Picture: Scott Burrows.The luxury home, named Laurént, has just hit the market in one of Paddington’s most sought-after streets. RELATED: What you get for about $3700/week Erin McNaught relaxing with her boys Ennio, 18 months, and Evander, 4, in their new Brisbane home. Picture: Luke Marsden. Graya Construction and Frank Developments director Frank Licastro bought the property at 44 Reading Street last year when it was just a quaint, three-bedroom Queenslander. AFTER: The kitchen after the rebuild. Picture: Scott Burrows.The Control4 home automation system controls the lighting, security, access, audio and technology within the home using voice activation that can be used anywhere in the world via smartphone, iPad or smartwatch.The property is for sale via an expressions of interest campaign through Matt Lancashire and Josh Brown of Ray White – New Farm.Graya Construction recently sold one of their projects at 33 Rockbourne Tce, Paddington, to model, Erin McNaught and her rapper husband, Example. Broncos captain Darius Boyd and his wife Kayla at their Hendra home. Photo: Mark Cranitch.