DJ Shadow has released the debut singles from his first collaboration project since the 90’s work with UNKLE. Teaming up with Cali producer G Jones, Shadow’s latest project goes by the moniker Nite School Klik, and they specialize in all things superbass. Think purgatory deep dubstep beats, with ample measures of rap, juke and trap thrown in, sprinkled with the occasional D&B breaks… all slowed down to a sweet molasses goodness. They’ve dropped a couple tracks already, but to really get their sound out NSK have assembled this 45-minute “Guest Mix” for the crew over at Nest HQ — which happens to be the first mixtape heard from DJ Shadow in years. In addition to the mixtape we have the first 2 NSK singles to stream below, “Posse” and “Nice Nightmares”, presently out on Shadow’s own Liquid Amber label. Enjoy!

One of the Madman’s Very Unofficial Top Ten Films Of All Time, without a doubt, is Fight Club. Based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk and brilliantly manifested for the screen by David Fincher, Fight Club was the type of film that defied categorization, somehow addressing and articulating the inexplicable, inchoate anxiety and bullshit and disenchantment of the Modern American Life. It was fucking genius. Now, nearly two decades after the book and 16 years after the film, Palahniuk resurrects The Narrator, now known as Sebastian, and his sidekick Tyler Durden for a 10-comic miniseries illustrated by Cameron Stewart. Playboy was kind enough to preview the first 6 pages (and cover, above), and we’re stoked to share it with you. This could definitely pave the road to a Fight Club film sequel, although who knows how good/awful/disappointing/amazing it would be. For now, enjoy Fight Club 2, the comic, below…

See the next 5 pages of the “Fight Club 2″ graphic novel after the Jump…




You don’t owe your enemies any kid gloves, but your suit is an entirely different story. If you’re the more violent breed of well-dressed gentleman, you’ll be delighted to discover Duncan Quinn‘s bullet cufflinks with blood-like crimson tips — men’s accessories of a different caliber, so to speak. Made in solid brass, but accented in soft, gentlemanly shades of color for trim, they’re the perfect accessory to wear with your bulletproof vest. Or, just pair it with Quinn’s “Magnum 44? Silk Ties and you’ll be set to go. Arm your arms for $225.

Duncan Quinn’s lilac-tipped Bullet Cufflink below, and crimson-tipped version above…


6 Mar
The latest in Hiroaki Shitano's Tokyo sportswear


Designer Hiroaki Shitano has just dropped the latest under his Tokyo WHIZ label in honor of the new season. Highlights added to the WHIZ Limited Spring/Summer 2015 collection include an army-style leopard-print vest, a selection of chief t-shirts, a couple varieties of stadium button-down, a colorful shemagh, and the navy-blue crewneck Reflect sweater shown above at $134 (also available in black). Or  just shop the whole WHIZ Limited’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection.

Some other pieces in WHIZ’s Spring/Summer 2015 Collection below…



Whether you’re a practical packer on the go, or the total lush in a hurry, it’s time to wrap your drink holders around god’s gift to winos — the Oak Bottle. If you have gotten to the point where insta-aging your booze with a stick should require even less effort than waving a magical cocktail wand around, you’re in luck. Because why age in an oak barrel when you can do it in an oak bottle? Now you’ll never have to depend on the wonderful wizening accents of time alone to do all the dirty work on your whisky.

While there is a full line up of Oak Bottle products, one master infuser will run you $80 and comes with bottle, cork and two ounces of barrel wax. Other options include the mini oak, or a variety of flavor notes that range from cherry to coffee to smoky to vanilla and more. Try it on either wine or whisky. Here’s to a bit of genie-wishing in the bottle for everyone.

5 Mar
Flashlight, GPS, walkie talkie, Bluetooth & USB all-in-one tool


On your next action/adventure foray into the jungles of Guatemala, forget bringing a flashlight, GPS and walkie talkie. Just bring a FOGO. This proposed all-in-one adventure gadget also comes Bluetooth ready, houses a USB backup battery, and — for those of you ready to rough it like the rabid survivalists that you really are — the FOGO can also send texts and host a bunch of apps on its OS system. Now that’s wild. Ready to get really rugged? Show some love on their Kickstarter — or at least watch the video target-marketed at cubicle workers who grow out their man burns and buy expensive travel gadgets in preparation for a weekend hike. Too bad it doesn’t also come with a lounge chair and beer koozie.

Watch the FOGO’s Kickstarter video below, and donate to the cause if you think it’s worthy…

5 Mar
Thematically appropriate edition for Spring


The Reebok resurgence of the Insta Pump of the 90s has found its new life in the Furylite edition of the shoe, its latest iteration being a Spring-season appropriate floral motif that comes in two varieties: white or black. Aside from the flowery aesthetics, other boasting points of the shoe include no-tie lacing system, 3D Ultralite midsole and socklining typical of the Furylite style. Available through participating sellers for $55, but if you’re thinking of shopping WishATL these floral kicks are already sold out.

More looks at the Reebok Furylite SR Pack “Floral” Series sneakers after the Jump…




One of the most eminently British forms in the automotive world — the high-performance, two-seater GT — is expressed in Bentley’s stunning design language. Expect luxurious extravagance, gorgeous sheet metal and high-watt power output.

While Bentley Motors may have you believe there are thirty different models in their line-up, we know better. Remove the alternate V8 and performance-tuned powertrains and droptop options, and in reality you basically have three Bentleys to choose from: the iconic, gorgeous GT Continental that single-handedly revived the storied brand, and its two big brothers — the Flying Spur and Mulsanne. The former being brooding executive yachts more aimed at coddling rear passengers than making their drivers sweat.

But not for long. At a private event last night in Geneva, Bentley pulled back the silk sheets to reveal a concept car that will define an entirely new segment: the EXP 10 Speed 6.

The EXP 10 Speed 6 is Bentley’s first two-seater sports car since the Lagonda racers and 4¼-Litre luxury coupés of the 1930s. And it is a jaw-dropper. Not only is the exterior achingly beautiful, but Bentley has taken great pains to mate the modernity and sleekness of the sheet metal with an interior to match.

“The EXP 10 Speed 6 is one vision for Bentley’s future – a powerful, exquisite and individual concept… It offers thrilling, driver-oriented performance, complete with trademark modern Bentley luxury and effortlessness,” Wolfgang Dürheimer, chairman and CEO of Bentley Motors, explained from Switzerland. “It could be a future model line, alongside the Continental GT and redefining the pinnacle of another market sector.”

The exterior incorporates many of Bentley’s iconic design cues, and adapts them into a more svelte sports car form with impeccable execution. Certain Bentley motifs are exaggerated and enlarged, but not absurdly so — rather they’re taken to their terminally expressive points. The usage of Bentley’s quad-headlamps is new, but quintessentially Bentley. The rear haunches will remind you of the GT Continental’s already massive shoulders, but they’re even further bulked up. They’re not turgid or comically beefcake, however, but rather athletic. Dangerous. Quick-looking. Lebron-esque.

Continue reading about the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept after the Jump…


“The EXP 10 Speed 6 is one vision for Bentley’s future…”



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