Last year MT WARNING released his debut album Midnight Set, packed his bags and hit the road, playing shows and waking up to hangovers around the world. Since then he’s been keeping fewer appearances and clocking substantial time in his Byron Bay garage
If there’s anyone who can speak to the concept of mortality and its ominous, looming weight, it’s the brothers Loveless. Watch their new video here.
The point is, we’re all in this together – for richer or poorer. So instead of being narcissistic, inconsiderate, selfish pricks, let’s take a little effort to make the lives of people around us a little easier.
In Issue #35 we featured Karl Bushy’s quest to walk around the world. It was a good story then, and it still holds up today. Read it here.
Have you ever walked into a bathroom and thought, ‘I want to watch a goldfish die?’ Phobophobes have. The South London band just dropped the video to their single, ‘Advertise Your Life’, and it’s a trip. Watch it here.
Iron & Resin is one of our favorite shops in Southern California. Carefully curated to stock only the finest in clothing, boards, bikes, helmets, and all kinds of fine accessories.
Last night ol’ mate Bill downed a bunch of vodka on Letterman’s last show, then drank a bottle of Rosé at dinner, and then showed up unannounced to MSNBC where he fell off his chair.
San Francisco synth gods Painted Palms have just released their new track, ‘Gemini’, and it’s way more consistent and decisive than your ex of the same star sign.
We dropped by Ozzie Wright’s studio earlier this week to see what he’ll be showing in his upcoming exhibition, Do Yoga, Throw Bricks at Cops at MMPG in Sydney.
Stanley Donwood is the artist responsible for every Radiohead album cover you’ve ever laid your eyes on, from OK Computer to In Rainbows, and all those explosions of type and colour in between. He took some time out from installing his upcoming retrospective in Sydney to tell the stories behind the covers, and what it’s like to work with a band like Radiohead.
Colin Sussingham has been on the scene for years shooting photos. Here he gives the backstory to some of his best images, featuring Andrew Wilson, Jed Anderson and Max Palmer.
You know that can of Saint Archer beer you have in your hands? There’s a story behind it, and it’s a real good yarn. We’d explain it all to you in words, but you have the attention span of a goldfish, so we’ll this video do all the talking.
Ever wondered what it’s like being Helena Vestergaard? Now’s your chance to find out.
Photographer Marcelo Gomes’ photography is filled with magical places you have seen in a dream. Only, he has seen them in real life, and he’s had a camera with him at each and every one.
Central Texas had seen a week of rain unlike any in recent memory. What better time for a weekend of self-reflection, spirit quests and Psychedelic music.
We attended the first show of Gang of Youth’s Australian tour, and are happy to share the evening’s affairs with you. To start, punch yourself in the face and pour a beer over your head, and you’ll feel like you’re in the front row.
What did Snow White say when she came out of the photobooth? Someday my prints will come… Photographer: François Rousseau
Genius. I die.
Those two dudes who skated really far for no good reason are vaguely at it again with this pretty-ass clip, detailing the harsh winter and the Brooklyn spring that succeeded it. Get down, get your Zyrtec out, and go roll your ankle this weekend!
Monster Children hosted a Tiki Party last night at The Spare Room. Thanks to DJ Gark for spinning island vibe tunes and cocktail maker Brian Miller for making our heads spin the next morning.