After several decades of serving lots and lots of bottoms chairs usually find themselves thrown away at junkyards and so becoming a Che Chair must feel like a dream come true. If Ranko Haslinger and Aleksandra Popovi?, the names behind an interesting eco friendly brand, get their hands on them they turn chairs into something – more
There’s something truly satisfying about having a heavy piece of metal around your neck, something BOND Hardware know well. The young Brooklyn-based company, comprised of designers Dana Hurwitz and Vincent Barile, create jewelry that smacks of junkyard S&M. These bondage beauties are created from ordinary hardware, from hitch rings to hinges, and combine the eroticism – more
If anyone can claim to be at the birth and growth of the juke & ghetto house scene, it has to be Traxman. The Chicago native witnessed the bloom of the house scene in his city in the 1980s and later went on to release records for the eminent label Dance Mania. With the increasing – more
Spoiler alert! Watching the YouTube video embedded below might ruin ‘Breaking Bad‘ for you if you haven’t seen season 4 of the highly successful AMC TV series yet. If you’ve already seen it you might have noticed that the music playing in the grand finale is the instrumental version of Apparat‘s ‘Goodbye’ – a very – more
!K7 are collecting together the exclusive Dj Kicks tracks from the last five years on one handy compilation. DJ Kicks has been running since 1995 and it has been de rigueur for an artist to create an exclusive track for their mix that is not available elsewhere. Recently highlights included MCDE’s ‘L.O.V.E’ and Kode9‘s ‘You – more
Forest Swords is giving away his remix of The Big Pink‘s ‘Hit The Ground (Superman)’. The original is actually called just ‘Hit The Ground’ and is taken from their new album, Future This which is due out in January. The Forest Swords version is a spectral and moody retake that leaves us dank, sweaty and – more
Soft Metals released their debut LP on Captured Tracks earlier this year, a collection of sparkling cold synthpop that showed plenty of promise. Now they’ve taken the album’s first track (which is, coincidentally, our favorite) and given it the underwater video treatment. The washed-out, icy vibe matches the mood perfectly; submerge yourself in this.