In anticipation of his upcoming release, we chat to
Arrows Of Love pen us an open letter ahead of this weekend’s Wickstock festival, showing solidarity against Londoners’ greatest enemy: property developers. Jumping on the (justified) bandwagon here: I’m about to tell you about how bleak London is right now
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.
Get Stuffed: Ice Cream Mr Food Man returns for another fascinating installment of Get Stuffed , director Graydon Sheppard’s new series that tells the colorful histories of the foods we love. Though it’s difficult to imagine a world without life necessities such as freezers or ice cream makers, here, the filmmaker cum foodstuff hybrid shares fun food facts—from ice cream’s origins before the advent of electricity (and abolition of slavery), and how they make your favorite mass-produced summer treats extra waxy.
The release date has been announced for when the Gilmore Girls are arriving back in town, and we couldn’t be happier. It’s actually happening – Gilmore Girls is coming back
While Los-Angeles based trio Gothic Tropic technically falls under the indie pop umbrella, their true genre is encapsulated in their name. With roomy, entrancing vocals and guitar guiding the way, they take inspiration from classic rock, Bauhaus, and West African music
Art21: Daniel Gordon The work of American artist Daniel Gordon lies somewhere between the fields of photography and sculpture. Having shown his work at New York’s MoMA PS1 and Amsterdam’s Foam museum, where he won the Paul Huf photography award in 2014, the artist is known for the vibrant and often-perplexing documentation of his working practice.
Yesterday, Oscar and Tony Award-winning actor Kevin Spacey turned 57.
At a time when our country seems more divided than ever, in comes 19-year-old emcee Desiigner with a track that’s taken summer hostage with its love-it-or-hate-it appeal.
Despite a long artistic tradition of merging human bodies with doll parts, the act still manages to feel deeply subversive, shocking, and more than a little unsettling. Elias—the 19-year-old Swedish vocalist—aimed for all three in the video for his recent single “Down N Out,” which we’re pleased to premiere below.
Grace Lant is the Central St Martins knitwear graduate
Mario Testino captured
Not just a New York writer, but the New York writer, Jay McInerney is the City’s bard. He’s weathered the extravagant years and the doomsday years, and like the streetwise Manhattanites he portrays in his novels, he’s a story of passion and survival.
Foxtrott: Shields Montreal-based singer, songwriter and producer Marie-Hélène Delorme, aka Foxtrott, perfected her crisp production style releasing remixes under the name DJ MHMHMH. Growing up in a French-speaking neighborhood, her love of an infectious baseline came from hammering away at her grandmother’s church organ. Fast-forward to now and the self-taught soloist shares a label with Björk and is winning crowds over with her upbeat brand of electro-pop.
One of the best parts of curating an art show with the likes of Takashi Murakami is that you get to have some of your favorite artists’ work in the same room as you. And count Friedrich Kunath as one of our favorites, a Blum & Poe staple, who will be part of “Juxtapoz x Superflat,” taking place at Pivot Art & Culture in Seattle from August 4—7, 2016.
Teatum Jones are womenswear’s next big textile pioneers. Winning the International Woolmark Prize at New York Fashion Week is kind of a big deal, and by kind of, we mean a really big deal. Impressing a judging panel consisting of Tim Blanks, Imran Amed, Andre Leon Talley and Thakoon Panichgul, were winners Teatum Jones.
“Simone Leigh: The Waiting Room” at the New Museum is installed in an institution, but its implications extend far beyond the museum’s walls. Leigh, a Chicago-born, New York-based artist, uses the exhibition (and her accompanying residency at the museum) to point to the artistry of everyday life.
Madrid based noisemakers The Parrots break down their favourite tracks of the moment for us.
Los Angeles-based four piece Beginners creates sun-soaked indie pop.