18 Aug
Street-art spritz for sneaker freaks & graf heads alike

Take off like a real aeroesol aeronaut with this mashup created by spray-art chieftains Montana and shoe lords Sneaker Freaker. The new “infra-red” is tone is deliberately reminiscent of old-school Nike’s “radiant red” color, referring to the interests of both parties involved. Keep an eye out for release dates on the limited-edition Infra-red spraycan.


23 Jul
Wrap your head around this... or wrap this around your head

Talk about putting your thinking cap on, here’s a helmet so well equipped that all temptations to resist wearing one will fly right out the visor. Forget about its slick, futuristic visual aesthetic, the Skully AR-1 helmet has quite the list of capabilities. Like, how about a 180-degree camera view for starters? Any rider knows one […]


4 Sep
The nerdy Brits get remixed by the space disco master

The nerdy Brits over at Hot Chip have been getting loads of remix love from fellow producers for their latest album In Our Heads. You may recall the trap makeover Major Lazer gave their track “Look at Where We Are”? Switching genres, Scandinavian space-disco master Todd Terje (Terje Olsen) has remixed the endearing track “How […]


18 Jul
Hot Chip's soothing slow jam gets a serious trap makeover

You may have heard Hot Chip’s track “Look at Where We Are”, from their latest album In Our Heads, as a pleasant, slower, easy listening tune. Something soothing and calm to drink your evening tea with before retiring to the comforts of your pajamas and an episode of Downtown Abbey. Well before hitting the play […]


21 May
Reggie Watts, Lara Stone, Terence Stamp & buff men protecting an egg... the first clip from "In Our Heads" album

Directed by Peter Serafinowicz (who also directed “I Feel Better”), the new video for Hot Chip’s “Night and Day” depicts some interesting cult-clothed dancing minions, and extremely buff men dancing with (protecting?) an egg. Reggie Watts and model Lara Stone pilot spacecraft to Earth where Terence Stamp is waiting, minions in tow, for their arrival. […]