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Monthly Archives: June 2015


Australian label ALAS makes the most wonderful and comfy sleepwear. You can find some of their organic and fairly produced pyjamas at Möon in Berlin or online where they now also happen to have a sale.


This week’s top marks for effort go out to Son Lux, who have just released their new album Bones, for the painstaking stop motion video using nothing but pins and thread for their current single Change is Everything. I, in the meantime, am a little confused by the fact that the singer is male…


A tale of a muse: violence and politics… The drama is not only going on in Greece, Brussels or the Mediterrenean Sea but also at unexpected spots such as the last runway show of Rick Owens.
‘I think it says Kill Angela Merkel or something? Is that what it said? I don’t know because [...]


No plans for the weekend yet? Don’t miss the festival 48 STUNDEN NEUKÖLLN, presenting a myriad of approaches to the festival’s theme in 2015, “S.O.S. – Art saves the world” in the form of around 350 artistic projects at approximately 220 venues. In addition, some 90 studios and galleries will be open to visitors as [...]


Are you keyed into the nineties? LA punk band FIDLAR takes a page out of Gondry’s style book with a throwback to late twentieth century’s great music videos. Much of the fun is tracing the references back to the original videos. While some of their luster have faded with technological advancement, their kooky and even [...]


Our all time favorite noise-heroine Kim Gordon had an interesting collaboration last year, when she was commissioned to compose music for a ballet initiated by artist Nick Mauss. Inversions was first performed at Frieze Projects 2014, now the audio is to receive a limited edition vinyl release. Exclaim reports that Music for Inversions: A Live [...]


Priceless: one of our favourite artists, David Shrigley (and no, we really don’t have any issues left), was commissioned to design the new mascot for Scottish football team Patrick Thistle. They got a yellow, erm, thistle, even though it reminded us instantly of something else. What were they thinking?



Chances are like night/you’ll disappear/Caught in the atmosphere/Where you go/She casts no shadow/Still you know she’s near//Here she comes/All parts of everything/Stars in the motherhand


In one of his latest articles ‘It’s a Mistake to Mistake Content for Content’ for Los Angeles Review of Books, the poet and founder of UbuWeb, Kenneth Goldsmith mentions the consumption of goods of Internet –  reminiscent of what Terre Thaemlitz says in our latest issue about mp3s as a commodity and the-almost-violent-act of downloading whatever we encounter [...]