24 Nov
An inside glimpse at 80 of the world's most interesting men

In the current digital era, where every self-bloating site and social-media platform has made the lives of the painfully average into a constant news blast, it seems the stories of the truly remarkable among us have become overshadowed by the mundane. With those more worthy of memoir and memory in his mind, editor Patrick Grant — British fashion […]


23 Dec
Celebrating 50 years of Master Distiller Dennis Malcolm

We met Heiko while visiting the five-star Hotel A-Rosa on the island of Sylt in the North Sea. Dubbed the “Hamptons of Germany”, Sylt is populated with the type of old European money that makes the New York seacoast look downright nouveau riche. We learned he was not only an excellent mixologist, but also a classically trained spiritist with […]


26 Oct
Gianni Lee & Mike Blud assemble 9 tracks of KL samples

If you haven’t had a chance to listen to Kendrick Lamar’s debut good kid, m.A.A.d city, we cannot recommend the album any more highly. The Compton kid is a true lyricist and storyteller the likes we haven’t seen since maybe early Outkast. For many hip-hop fans, it will most likely be considered the album of […]


If any album deserves a re-issue, it’s Massive Attack‘s 1991 masterpiece Blue Lines. The Bristol collective have spent some time in their studio piecing together original recordings to produce a fully remastered version of this groundbreaking debut. Influenced from the glories of downtempo, electro, soul, reggae, jazz, hip-hop, and god knows what else, the innovative album […]


7 Feb
Long live the Queen... only 85 bottles made for $12,700 each

Several British distilleries are getting in on the Diamond Jubilee celebrating the 60 years reign of Queen Elizabeth II, and such is the case with Scottish distillery Glen Grant. Bottled on February 2nd of this year, and distilled way back on February 2, 1952, this Glen Grant 60 Years old Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee whisky […]


20 Oct
A retrospective look at the 70+ years of DC's biggest villain

Arguably the most hated (and yet beloved) villain in comic book history, the Joker has had his fair share of highs and lows over the 70+ years he’s been featured in print, television and film. In showcasing his storied history, writer Daniel Wallace’s The Joker: A Visual History of the Clown Prince of Crime looks […]


7 Jan
Namechecking Eames, Terry Gross, Evan Williams bourbon and Clark Grizwold...New Orleans style

By all accounts, Generationals seem custom made for Lost In A Supermarket. First off, before forming Generationals Grant Widmer and Ted Joyner were in a band called the Eames Era. While naming your band after a Mid-Century Modernist legend would be enough to prick our ears, there are the additional points that he loves bourbon […]


9 Jul
L.A. Shakedown brings Derrick Carter, DJ Heather and Mark Grant to the City of Angels

Tonight Los Angeles is being invaded by Chicago…house music, that is. Our old friend Noriega — who Madman’s been crashing clubs with since he was a wee speck in JNCO’s and Freshjive tees — and her ART2 crew have put together L.A. Shakedown at Vanguard in Hollywood. The night features 3 legitimate main room DJs, […]