When the lights dimmed toward the end of Versace’s spring 2018 show, the crowd in attendance could sense that something momentous was about to occur.
Heather Graham has been a mainstay in both indies and comedies since License to Drive and Drugstore Cowboy in the late ‘80s. Her performances, especially her lauded turn as Rollergirl in Boogie Nights , were often sex-positive and presented with an agency and enthusiasm rare from others cast in similar roles. Her intense fascination with sexuality is as deeply felt in her performances as the roles themselves—as sex workers or other objects of the male gaze—position her for a thoughtlessness stereotypical in the film industry
Isaac Gracie’s raw, emotive tones are starkly reminiscent of those forlorn and pain-tinged moments when love just dies. Only 22 years old, the Ealing raised singer-songwriter is already dipping into a well of emotions that belies his life experience. Comparable sound-wise to Jeff Buckley (Gracie’s hero) and looks-wise to a young Kurt Cobain, the timeless sense of quality and torture Issac conjures on record are moving and incredibly powerful
Jennifer Jason Leigh is perhaps the epitome of a film critic’s darling. It all began when she starred in Uli Edel’s Last Exit to Brooklyn in 1989, though she first graced screens as Stacy Hamilton in Amy Heckerling’s Fast Times at Ridgemont High a few years earlier.
GRACE VICTORIA COX AT MOXY TIMES SQUARE IN DECEMBER 2017. Jawbreaker ’s sadistic Courtney Shayne. Cruel Intentions ’ scheming Kathryn Merteuil.
It’s been five years since the multifaceted London-based producer Daniel Avery released his cult club masterpiece Drone Logic , a lasting document of second-wave minimal techno that helped to further legitimize the genre in the eyes of critics (while still totally capable of shaking the dance floor). After half-a-decade spent touring the world as an in-demand DJ, Avery is back with his follow-up LP for Mute, Song For Alpha .
In collaboration with @velvetcoke , Obvious History is a weekly series which unearths forgotten moments in pop culture’s past, where the famous and the fascinating collided. In 1972, when hitchhiking didn’t always lead to certain death, Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry climbed into a stranger’s car on New York’s Avenue C in the East Village after failing to hail a cab.
Anyone with a name like Jesse Saint John seems destined for pop stardom. Yet for the last few years, the L.A.-based songwriter has mainly worked behind the scenes at Sony’s HQ, crafting hits and racking up songwriting credits for A-listers like Britney Spears (“ Love Me Down ”), Charli XCX (“ Cloud Aura ” feat. Brooke Candy), and Camila Cabello (“ Something’s Gotta Give ”)
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I first encountered the 25-year-old self-described “poptimist” Kim Petras in the 2017 music video for her breakout single “I Don’t Want It At All.” It’s a modern-day pop fairytale—she hits the mall, bags swinging on her arms à la Cher Horowitz in Clueless. She kneels in front of a bedroom shrine to one of her heroes, Paris Hilton.