Goldenvoice's Coachella has been the festival of all festivals, as far as the United States goes (maybe even worldwide), and they further demonstrated that today with the announcement of their 2009 lineup. The three-day festival will be headlined by Paul McCartney, The Killers, and The Cure and it will also feature live performances from Morrissey, Conor Oberst, TV on the Radio, Band of Horses, My Bloody Valentine, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, No Age, Turbonegro, Peanut Butter Wolf, Franz Ferdinand, and much, much more.
KZO and Unholy Matrimony will be linking up again to put forth some great pieces for the Autmn/Winter 2009 season. We have shown you past efforts from the two entities in the past, so we are excited to show you the latest from SlamxHype blogger, Joel K., and Brett Westfall of Unholy Matrimony. Four new pieces are offered all with extremely interesting design features: uneven thermal pants with an antiquated design that places buttons around the rear for easy access and what not; tees (which are not pictured, but the graphics featured in the background of these images are used for them); cropped flannel pants that can zip off below the knee; and my personal fave, the flannel that comes with a detachable hood and sleeves. The flannel can also be folded into a pouch to be carried around if need be. Past works from their combined efforts have produced some very high quality pieces, and I am certain these will be no exception.
One of my favorite DJ duos, Flosstradamus, has released this music video for Big Bills featuring Caroline Polachek. Flosstradamus has been rocking crowds for a while now while behind the turntables, but it lo... Read
I just noticed that Blackbird in Seattle has just received product from this Japanese company and I must say that the quality looks very on point. A range of footwear and a couple of bags from Chausser have arrived at this Pacific Northwest shop and everything looks pretty good in my opinion. The leathers looks great and the construction looks top-notch. The product of course carries a high price tag, but the footwear looks like it will only get better with time making it a good investment in the long run. A few of the silhouettes look good, so I selected a few to post as well as an especially nice looking leather bag.
Krudmart always seems to know what's up as far as the mixtape goes, and they further demonstrate that by enlisting of one of my favorite DJs, DJ Eleven of The Rub, to put together this latest mix that features a very eclectic variety of tracks. This latest mixtape features many great jams spanning numerous genres with artists such as The Clash, Bobby Womack, Bill Withers, Kanye West, Lost Boyz, Tom Jones, The Smiths, and many, many more. Definitely one to check out. More information where to get it after the jump.
When I was younger, I worked at a now defunct hip-hop magazine and one of my fondest memories of that job was Brian Cross' photos that he shot for us. Cross, also known as B+, has put together a book of photographs that feature those that are part of the Los Angeles workforce and even though their jobs vary, they share a uniform brand of workwear: Dickies apparel. I have not seen the book at all with my own eyes, but I am sure it will be excellent and more than worth its price tag.