19 Oct
French street artist lays his work in the Arizona desert

The first time we stumbled across ROA’s pieces in downtown Los Angeles we were floored. In the over-crowded world of street art he still stands apart with a singular technique — both highly detailed and yet very personally stylized. Now ROA’s the latest artist to contribute to The Boneyard Project, drawing two giant birds on […]


10 Sep
Gestalten presents Brazilian artist's work via book & exhibit

Brazilian artist Stephan Doitschinoff will soon be releasing his second monograph, CRAS, through German publishers Gestalten. The book showcases paintings, sculptures, installations and performances that the self-taught São Paulo artist has created over the four years since his first book, Calma. Son of an Evangelical minister, much of Doitschinoff’s work offers a critique of society, […]


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 […]


30 Jul
A quick word with disco compilation mastermind Sean Brosnan

We’re fireballing into the last month of summer; the sun’s shining brighter, the days are getting increasingly warm (and humid? What gives, Los Angeles?) and it’s more important than ever to get our heads in the game and take advantage of what the season has to offer: a ton of poolside parties with a ton […]


12 Jul
19 tracks of New York emcee's lyrical ass whippings

Noted New York rapper/esteemed loudmouth Azealia Banks finally drops her much anticipated Fantasea mixtape this morning, and the Twitterverse is alight! Marking in 19 track strong, Fantasea opens up strongly with a cover of Prodigy’s classic “Out Of Space”, just one of three covers on the mix, and also includes a slew of previously leaked […]


2 Jul
Watch made from fragments of Apollo 11 & actual moon rocks

The release of the original ‘Space Invaders’ arcade game caused a shortage of Yen when it was first released in Japan 1978. Switzerland-based watch designer Romain Jerome was an active participant in that epic arcade frenzy, and his latest innovation is this limited edition blue version of his previous ‘Space Invaders watch which we’ve previously […]


25 May
Celebrating 50th Anniversary of landmark Aurora 7 voyage

Fifty years ago yesterday, astronaut Scott Carpenter became only the second American to orbit the Earth solo aboard the Aurora 7 space capsule. He orbited three times while wearing a Breitling Navitimer chronograph, following John Glenn in an epic milestone of American space exploration. How many watchmakers can boast of being worn on pioneering space […]


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. […]