Editor’s Pick

Cuttooth: subterranean downbeat blues

Coming from Newcastle, UK, the young producer Nick Cooke aka Cuttooth has recently released his second LP and the first on 4lux Recordings. Featuring vocals from Hitomi (King Midas Sound/Ninja Tune), Sarah Linhares (Onra/All City Records) and Bridie Jackson (Glastonbury Emerging Talent 2013 Winner), the self-titled LP was dubbed by 4lux as dubbed ‘An excellent...

| Video & Interview | I See A Different You

Africa is the root of everything we know, from the first of humankind to stand on two legs to the origin of every technological device we use today… and the mix and diversity of cultures on this continent is staggering; from the Berbers in the Atlas Mountains, to the Bantu tribes in the east and...

| interview | Old Money: real life black science fiction

Ahmad Julian aka Scheme and Andre Oswald make up the New York duo OLD MONEY. Together they create music which blends influences of global bass, soul, dancehall, spoken word and hip-hop to stretch the limits of new-age music. They’ve performed and DJ’d alongside the likes of The Cool Kids, Maluca + Paul Devro (Mad Decent),...

Dance your way to NYC with Shield’s DO: DANCE Campaign!

Shield is touring South Africa, looking to uncover the best of the best Urban Dancers. Get your friends and join us at one of the DO:DANCE Roadshows. Impress the judges with your expression of the Shield Extreme Dance Move and you could be flown to the world’s biggest demonstration of street dance – The New...

SON LUX’s ‘Easy’ – a dark, futuristic soul track

With his new album Lanterns set for release on October 29th through Joyful Noise Recordings, SON LUX shares a hip hop reworking of recent single ‘Easy’ featuring LA rapper & producer Busdriver.


GAP’s Summer Collection 2013 adds a bit of edge to the classic American look. The wide array of materials used include stockinet, cotton and actual printed fabrics, denim in a variety of colours, and denim’s lighter but popular alternative — chambray fabric. The Collections’ colour ranges move between white, black, actual pastel and vibrant shades,...

From the Brazen to the Bizarre: Architecture with no Boundaries

From never-ending staircases to giant butthole-resembling concert halls, we’ve found some truly bizarre ‘buildings’ and a few bold concepts to share with you!


Commissioned by Prada for their Autumn/Winter ’13 collection, Los Angeles-based writer, director & photographer Luke Gilford collaborated with Document Journal, Jane Fonda, and Jake Shears to create an chilling space-age short film, entitled The Future of Flesh.

Vanity Fair: The Decades Series

Ten decades, ten directors. In celebration of Vanity Fair’s 100th anniversary, ten eclectic filmmakers — from Judd Apatow to Don Cheadle to Brett Ratner — created a film on each era of the publication’s century-old history and the Zeitgeist that defined it. Watch all ten episodes of The Decades Series below.


For the current Autumn/Winter 2013 season, PUMA reveals the Brand’s ‘Lifestyle Collection Directors’ – a collective group of influencers who connect culture, attitude, and style with ambition. Sought out from the streets of Paris, Los Angeles and New York City, PUMA’s global group of Collection Directors have been assigned to enhance PUMA’s seasonal key products...


Taking place from the 11th October – 14th November 2013 at London’s Lazarides Gallery is a two-part exhibition by French artist JR, entitled ACTIONS. JR will partner with Lazarides for a large-scale exhibition filling two floors of their flagship gallery as well as an outdoor public installation on multiple sites across the nation’s capital.

Kin: A solo exhibition by Pieter Hugo

STEVENSON is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Pieter Hugo, titled Kin. Kin is a bittersweet perspective on Hugo’s homeland of South Africa. It is a meditation on the ideals of home, both familial and humanistic. It explores the tenuous ties that both bind us to and repel us from others. This new photographic...

| Interview | Bevan de Wet: Creating His Own Mythology

After a short bout pack backing in South East Asia, several collaborative ventures and a residency in New York, Newtown-based printmaker Bevan de Wet has become one of Johannesburg’s most prolific creatives. His immense dedication to precision coupled with his organic pursuit of deconstructing both history and identity has induced the inception of several unprecedented...