1 Jul
Lovely vintage soul & funk to soothe the hungover soul

The third (and final) mixtape in our July 4th Summertime 3-Pack series comes courtesy of our past featured Aussies over at Vanishing Elephant who present Captain Franco’s second Hearts Collide mixtape. The Sydney DJ’s mix is some lovely vintage soul and funk, and can have many an application on your upcoming long weekend: either pop […]


9 Jun
From fixed gear to freewheel with quick adjustment

This year, world class bike maker Raleigh introduced the Rush Hour FB bicycle. With five possible sizes (50, 53, 55, 57 and 59 cm), the Rush Hour is the perfect flat bar bicycle, great for commuters and urbanites alike. Thanks to the solid Reynold 52 Butted Chromoly Dropouts frame the bike is both durable and […]


3 Mar
NYC producer Brian Suarez celebrates his latest EP

New York electronic DJ/producer Brian Suarez, aka Allies, has just released an EP titled Hour of the Wolf (available on iTunes). Initially breaking through years ago with the electro-house club track “Taboo” (when he was known as Gater), Suarez has evolved his sound to include a more complex, lush and layered synth-pop sound, rounded out […]


4 Nov
The best of indie cinema hits Hollywood November 4th - 11th

It’s that time again. AFI Fest brings a well curated selection of films from all over the world to the film capitol of the universe: Los Angeles. Instead of the usual glut of exploding superheroes and Katherine Heigl meet-cutes, AFI Fest gives Los Angeles the chance to see films that maybe have some, um, intelligence […]


13 Oct
Was Kids really 15 years ago?!

Is there any time that’s not a good time for some Rosario Dawson, preferably running around and stretching semi-naked in lingerie? We think not. Ever since Rosario dropped on the scene as the jaw-droppingly precocious Ruby in Kids we’ve harbored a minor infatuation, even when disappeared for like half a decade. Of course she’s had […]