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Pop-Ups Shut, A$AP Barry the Plumber, and the Next Generation of Tyler

Some quick thoughts on a few things that have happened this week. Might try and make this a more regular thing in the absence of Ulysses-esque streetwear rambles. Who knows. Louis Vuitton Announces Cancellation of Future Supreme Collaboration Pop-Up Shops. … Continue reading

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With ‘Godfather’, Wiley is Celebrating the Legacy of Grime

A few months back I wrote a piece lamenting the lack of in-depth knowledge of Grime in the wake of its achieving mainstream popularity. There was an eagerness amongst mainstream music journos to spread the word to their audiences, but … Continue reading

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2016 sucked and I’m going to tell you why

Another year gone by, and if there was ever a time to feel cynical about the state of things, December 2016 is certainly it. To parrot the same tired phrase as everybody else, this has been a really shit one. … Continue reading

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15 years — Thoughts on Jane Doe by Converge

Like a lot of teenagers, I went through an angry phase. It manifests itself in different ways for everyone, I’m sure, but music was a really big thing for me. As I’ve mentioned before, it started with the whole nu-metal … Continue reading

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Hello, Assholes – Loving Daughters, the Most Unlovable Band in the World

I grew up in a family that loved comedy. Name any comedy programme from the 1990s and I can guarantee we used to watch it in my house. From Simpsons at 6pm every day to The Fast Show, Smack the … Continue reading

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They Came from the Sun — Remembering YOURCODENAMEIS:MILO

I was talking with a friend the other day about punk. More specifically, we were talking about the legacy of punk and the identity and genres that were spawned from it in the decades that followed, and we differed somewhat … Continue reading

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The Importance of ‘Clarity’ by Jimmy Eat World

The story of how I first came across new music as a kid is probably the same as it is for a lot of people around my age. My house didn’t have Sky TV so whenever I was around a … Continue reading

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Bedwin & The Heartbreakers FW15 — ‘Ill Communication’ Lookbook

Friends, Romans, countrymen, cast your eyes away from the hype and hysteria of London Fashion Week and Weekend for one moment as we take some time to appreciate the warm and comfortable sensation that is Masafumi Watanabe’s Bedwin & The … Continue reading

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Creation by Paul Sid & Emmet Keane

If one thing can be said of Goodhood’s TSHIRTTHEN/TSHIRTNOW Exhibition—still running until this Thursday, if you haven’t already swung by—it’s that the event was certainly a conversation starter. If such a thing as the genealogy of the graphic tee exists, … Continue reading

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Craig McCaffrey

Following up from my post a few weeks back about Kranky Records’ reissuing Stars of the Lids’ two most seminal albums on vinyl, I was fortunate enough to be woken by my postman delivering my copies this morning and it … Continue reading

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