18 episodes

Bus166, Kub and guests discuss various graffiti related topics in an effort to inform, educate and spread good vibes.

The Graffiti Machine Bus166 & Kub

    • Visual Arts
    • 4.8, 49 Ratings

Bus166, Kub and guests discuss various graffiti related topics in an effort to inform, educate and spread good vibes.

    018: Rest In Peace Kub

    018: Rest In Peace Kub

    Kub was a true force for good in this world and he will be greatly missed. Things won't be the same without him, but we will continue to push forward. This project was very important to him and we would be doing him a disservice by stopping now.

    • 30 min
    017: Back in the Game

    017: Back in the Game

    Bus and Kub discuss the our thoughts on people starting graffiti at an older age and those that put the can down and try to get back into it after some years.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    016: Us vs. Them Mentality

    016: Us vs. Them Mentality

    Bus and Kub have a conversation about the Us vs. Them mentality.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    015: Loyalty

    015: Loyalty

    Bus and Kub discuss loyalty in graffiti culture.

    • 37 min
    014: The Stoic Path

    014: The Stoic Path

    Bus and Kub have a discussion about an ancient philosophy called Stoicism and how it can be used to improve one's mindset.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    013: The Futility of Beef

    013: The Futility of Beef

    Bus and Kub answer a listener's question about a conflict that leads to a conversation about beef in graffiti culture.

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

GraffMarks ,

Kings

These are dope. So much knowledge and dope to hear some insight into the world of some OGs.. I’ll keep listening as long as the make them

s2-360 ,

Newbie

Hey guys I’ve enjoyed listening. I’m a painter and have always admired graffiti and street art. I’m trying to bring this into my fine art. I would live to hear more advice on the actual process of the art you make and your processes. Thanks guys.

VectorTester1 ,

Almost about graffiti

You guys are from 2 of the most famous crews in graffiti yet you relate none of the things that occurs in your crews or with the famous writers you know. The constant pussyfooting around names, and experiences leaves the discussion concepts empty. Your conversations are high level without applying actual anecdotes makes for a boring listen. The best episodes you have done are with interviews because they relate actual names with stories. You need to give the people what they want. This means actual tidbits about how the highest level crews work and how they have evolved while using names, which correlate with your discussion topic. I don’t listen to a graffiti podcast to learn about tag->throw->bomb-> burner and so on or how running a biz is somewhat close to a crew. “Show the customer don’t tell the customer.” You need a bit of gossip and naughty here, it’s graffiti. Graffstars has done a good job as a podcast cuz they tell real stories with real experiences of famous writers.

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