His latest mixtape sees the darkwave rapper more confident (and tongue-in-cheek) than ever before, expanding on and embracing the persona both he and the media have constructed around him.
The magickal electronics of Igor Wakhévitch, crunkpunk synthgasms with DJ Dog Dick, and more await you in the precision coils of Audioccult.
Explore the personal aesthetics of style bloggers, musicians and weirdos, and learn why you usually can judge a book by its cover.
Trap music and Renaissance art in the same setting might make art (or, possibly, music) purists yell ‘Suffering saviors!’ in a funny Sylvester the cat voice, but from EB editor Daniel’s perspective, it’s a perfect fit.
Rick Owens is a god. Say the name and fashionistas worldwide bow their heads in supplication, his black, beautiful creations elevated to religious status. See that lovely, hunky book hanging out right above these words? That there’s his bible. Rick Owens by Rick Owens is a chronicle of the legendary designer’s rise to fame, a … Continued
“Raf Simons, Rick Owens usually what I’m dressed in” is possibly one of our favorite lines in modern hip-hop. Love for his NYC community is what ASAP Rocky is all about, and with every new track, the young rapper is swiftly becoming a champion for the East Coast. His latest junt ‘Peso’ features a languid, … Continued