4 Aug
The heavily coveted time-keeper photographed by Steven Meisel

Pirelli has long been both the best in performance tires and the best in babilicious photography, its heavily coveted calendar dating back to 1964. Peaking in scandalousness in 2010 with the cheeky Terry Richardson-photographed edition, Pirelli did an about face the next couple years to go dignified with Karl Lagerfeld’s Mythology-fused edition in 2011, then classy with 2012’s Mario Sorrenti calendar and finally […]


7 Sep
A small visual peek at the LA producer's upcoming album

As the anticipation builds for LA-based electronic producer Flying Lotus’ (aka Steven Ellison) album Until the Quiet Comes, set for a October 2nd release, he’s teamed up with filmmaker Kahlil Joseph for a short film to highlight some of the album’s most notable tracks. These tracks include features from Erykah Badu (“See Thru to U”) […]


22 Aug
Pitchfork follows FlyLo as he navigates the festival circuit... & life

Pitchfork presents a new documentary in their series, this time focusing on Los Angeles’ own Flying Lotus (Steven Ellison) or FlyLo — known for his trippy, tactile like electronic productions. Or the head honcho of Brainfeeder Records, depending on how in-tune you are. The documentary starts following FlyLo at Forecastle Festival in Kentucky where he […]


12 Apr
"Roadside Attraction" pop-up shop at Coachella festival

I know, I know — a lot of Coachella stuff going on here right now but what can I say, it’s on my mind. This weekend the infamous Ace Hotel Palm Springs, one of the epicenters of lascivious debauchery in the desert valley, turns their poolside den of festivities into a two weekend-long pop-up shop: […]


15 Feb
Shot by Steven Klein for the March 2012 issue of W Magazine

I’m pretty sure Madonna wasn’t the first to inflame the Catholics with her rosary imagery and “Like A Prayer” video, but she sure made it mainstream. After Nicki Minaj’s headscratching (and rather uncreative) performance in this week’s Grammy’s, Kate Moss takes a similar roll in what the Catholic League will surely find hilarious. Whether panty-flashing […]


28 Jul
Alien abductions, sex tents & getting out-partied by Steven Stills

Anthrax acolyte, resident New York hooligan and Official Editor of All Things Metal, the nefarious Matt Hanrahan gives us the low down on Van Halen’s other exiled singer’s bio… As anyone who knows me knows, I am a die-hard fan of the Mighty Van Halen. I have seen the band live with Roth and Hagar […]


22 Jul
A Sundance award-winning allegory of loss and redemption

Fox Searchlight’s Another Earth is directed by Mike Cahill and opens today, Friday July 22nd in Los Angeles and New York City, and on July 28th nationwide. Madman Mundt Another Earth is the type of film where you have to get the premise out of the way immediately, as it requires a temporary suspension of […]


6 Jul
A two-and-a-half-hour odyssey dedicated to all things summer

The illustrious Flying Lotus released a mixtape this week dedicated to all things summer. Lovers Melt 2 is a followup to his previous Stones Throw Podcast #66: Lovers Melt mix — a two-and-a-half-hour odyssey through the warm weather leanings of one of Los Angeles’ premier purveyors of bass. “Lovers Melt 2 will hopefully be part […]