A Brand New “New, New WRTZ Show” Episode from Rob Z!
Listen today (Wednesday) at 2pm (PST) at www.intraffikradio.com
1.”Oop-Pop-A-Da”- Babs Gonzalez – Jazz & Bebop Singer – The Best Of
2.”Walk Like A Zombie” HorrorPops Bring It On! Alternative & Punk
3.”Dastardly And Muttley In Their Flying Machines” – Tee Vee Toons- Television’s Greatest Hits, Vol. 3: 70’s & 80’s
5.”Oh, Honey” – Gloria Wood – Ultra-Lounge: Bottoms Up, Vol. 18
6.”Dirty Old Town”-Soda & His Million Piece Band-Soda and His Million Piece Band
7.”Dirty Old Town”- Frank Black – Fast Man Raider Man
8.”Love, Love, Love Drags Me Down” -The Glitterhouse – Barbarella Soundtrack
9.”Istanbul (Not Constantinople) (Brownsville Mix)”- They Might Be Giants-Istanbul (Not Constantinople) [EP]
10.”Squeeze Me Macaroni”- Mr. Bungle- Mr. Bungle
11.”Take This Bottle”- Faith No More-King For A Day Fool For A Life Time
12.”Loser On Line (Hate The Player, Hate The Game)”- General Patton V.S. The X-Ecutioners Joint Special Operations Task Force
12.”Book Of The Month” – Lovage -Music To Make Love To Your Old Lady By
13.”Don’t Even Trip” – Peeping Tom Feat. Amon Tobin- Peeping Tom
14.”A Perfect Twist (Vocal)”- Mike Patton- “A Perfect Place” Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
15.”Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)” – Tex Williams-Mojo Presents Cigarettes & Alcohol
16.”Run Run Run”-The Velvet Underground-Open Ends: Musical Exploration in New York 1960-2000 MoMA
Plus a bonus song:
17. “Don’t Wanna Grow Up” – Tom Waits- Bone Machine
A native New Yorker, who self admittedly tends to “fall in love” with almost every subject she shoots, Photographer Jessy Plume is a rare combination of childlike wanderlust crossed with a wise old soul. Upon meeting her you quickly become aware that she gets it. You may not be quite sure just yet of what “it” is, but you are certain she does. You are probably right.
The photographer who counts Joyce Tennison, Avedon, Anabel Vasquez, Tom Waits, and David Lynch as inspirations and people she looks up to expresses no hesitation to go against the norm or think outside the box when it comes to her photography. She is also often guilty of making a habit of getting away to places where she has no cell phone reception.
Plume who first realized photography would be her passion at 16 years of age, now counts Alexandra Von Furstenberg, DANSR, Elmer Ave, H Studio, Love Rebellion, as well as many other designers as clients. The MassArt (Boston) and Art Center (Pasadena) alumni has also quickly become the go to girl for many LA based bands who want to work with someone who can capture the true spirit of their band’s image and sound.
Nikon and Canon are what this self-described “typical Gemini” prefers to use professionally, but still indulges in using film for personal projects or when the budget and/or concept allow for it. Plume also intimates, “My Holga is always my go to when I’m feeling like I need to get away from all the BS.”
When asked if she feels she sees the world differently from other people Plume responded “I don’t think I am in any place to judge how anyone sees the world. I think my pictures have ‘a look’ to them and I see other pictures I identify with or am inspired by, but I don’t think of it as necessarily ‘different.’ ”
Check back for a Q & A with Jessy next week.
Also all visitors of TRAffIK will get to witness Jessy Plume’s work on a regular basis as she is who captures much of the sights that you will see featured on this site.