British photographer Terry O’Neill made a name for himself shooting the most prominent stars of the 1960s, quickly moving up the ranks from his first gig shooting Laurence Olivier to following around the likes of The Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, The Beatles, and Bridgette Bardot. Later in his career O’Neill landed perhaps his […]


6 Dec
New York's photography maestros ascend the shores of Miami

Stop me if you’ve heard this one… a super hip art gallery from NYC walks into a chic hotel in to south beach during Art Basel and says… OK so that’s not a joke at all, and yeah we’ve mentioned Morrison Hotel Gallery a few times in the past (e.g. exhibits with Lynn Goldsmith, Jim […]


5 Nov
HBO examines the history of the British rock & roll icons

HBO is releasing a documentary on The Rolling Stones on November 15th, a film that promises to shed new light on one of the most notorious rock and roll bands of all time. Directed by Brett Morgen, who previously crafted the Robert Evans documentary The Kid Stays In the Picture, the feature length Crossfire Hurricane provides […]


12 Sep
The unquestionable King of Dub returns in a trance

I’m sitting here in a fog of pain killers and medical marijuana listening to Master Piece, renowned dub-reggae pioneer Lee “Scratch” Perry’s latest offering of lounge-dub and deep trance. I got the vinyl — it’s crisp and warm at the same time like sitting by a fire in a field of snow. It’s September 11, 2012, […]


14 Mar
Taschen's 264-page tome of her life's work

Before she was one of the Beatles wives, Linda Eastman was a renowned  music photographer in the 1960’s traveling the world photographing music legends such as Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and of course The Beatles. Linda booked her first real job as a photographer while working as a receptionists for Town & […]


21 Feb
First video from Zonoscope LP

If you enjoyed the Cut/Copy‘s mixtape A Tale of Two Journeys from last week (which a lot of you apparently did), peep their latest video for “Need You Now” from their brand new LP Zonoscope (Modular Records). The video was directed by Keith Schofield. Cut Copy – Need You Now from Cut Copy on Vimeo.


15 Feb
Download the Melbourne quartet's latest mix

Melbourne’s Cut/Copy celebrate the recent release of their new album Zonoscope (Modular Records) with this set-the-pan-to-simmer mixtape, A Tale of Two Journeys. Cut/Copy not only craft some great electropop but they’ve always excelled as DJs as well, as their earlier mixes like So Cosmic prove. The new A Tale of Two Journeys mix is a […]

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