25 May
Post-dubstep champion warps the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Caught James Blake‘s show at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery’s Masonic Lodge last night, and it was impressive. Blake’s post-dubstep sound could not have been married to a better location, a symbol-riddled wood-beamed lodge nestled in LA’s most famous graveyard with a shirt-ruffling soundsystem. When Blake’s piano-led tracks kick into their rolling beats, the bass, syncopated […]


4 Mar
This time Bertone shows what they can do with Alfa's curves

We already saw what Alfa Romeo could do with one premier Italian design house, so why not give some shine to their collaboration with another legendary Italian design house — this time Bertone. While Pininfarina’s 2uettottanta Concept has the curvaceous elegance of a 50s pinup, this Pandion Concept is an angular, futuristic, razorblade-fitted assassin. Its […]


3 Feb
Art meets Fashion meets Charity

Last Thursday night, in celebration of LA’s Art Month, Calvin Klein, Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) and the Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND) hosted an extravagant gala in West Hollywood — thus proving that you don’t always need Bruce Weber’s scantily denim clad tweens to get people excited, a previously debatable observation. Read the breakdown, […]


16 Dec
Madman Mundt’s epic-poem-length review of the most anticipated movie of the year

Anyone who reads this site with any regularity knows that I’ve been anticipating Avatar with my Geek Phaser set on Mutilate. It’s fair to say that this is the most energized I’ve felt waiting for a film since the first X-Men (Bryan Singer helming my favorite childhood comic) or even Terminator 2 (Cameron’s follow-up to […]