Italian luxury brand Gucci and artist Ignasi Monreal come together for the new Gucci Hallucination collection. Combining surrealism, classicism and the modern digital sensibility, Monreal has transformed shots of models wearing pieces from Gucci collections into illustrious paintings that are featured on tees and sweatshirts. Read more […]
Italian street wear brand GCDS enlists none other than Pamela Anderson for their Spring/Summer 18 campaign fashion film. Directed by Nadia Lee Cohen, Anderson is joined by the likes of Brook Candy, Caroline Vreeland and more. Titled ‘Bumfuck Nowhere’, the short film is a bizarre and wild ride through a hyper-surreal, dystopian house full of kids partaking in everything from glue sniffing to prostitution. It sits somewhere between ‘Gummo’ and ‘Pulp Fiction’ with Pamela Anderson ultimately getting Read more […]
Having made a nice impact in 2017, London-based band Husky Loops return with their latest single ‘When I Come Home’. Whilst the trio have built a reputation for their psychedelic soundscapes, this new track glides through a breezy 70s pop meets Hip-Hop mixture, lifted by melodic guitar play and slow, thumping drums. Like a fine wine, Husky Loops continue to get better with time.
Hailing from Viterbo in Italy, trio Black Mamba are group who are pumping out high level alternative with punch. With a strong following in their country, the band have released their new album ‘Heritage’. Comprised of ten songs, the album fuses the members’ diverse musical background into one pristine package of alt goodness. Poised to storm the international arena, Black Mamba have shared a stream of ‘Heritage’ which you can preview down at the bottom.
Bee Bee Sea are one of those gems of groups in Italy pushing incredible psychedelic and garage rock at its finest. Prepping for the release of their second LP ‘Sonic Boomerang’, landing November 17th on Dirty Water Records USA / Wild Honey Records, the trio have unveiled their latest single called ‘D.I. Why Why Why’. An energetic and lively ride tapping into punk classicism, Bee Bee Sea have yet again given us something to get us overly charged to. Habe a listen.
London-based trio Husky Loops definitely impressed us with their self-titled debut EP released back in April of this year. Building up a name with their hybrid of post-punk and psychedelic, they are now set to drop their second EP simply titled ‘EP2’. Shifting slightly in sound, the boys have opted for a more indie pop backing as displayed in their new single ‘Girl Who Wants To Travel The World’.
Emmecosta have dropped their new ‘Velour’ EP via the Swedish label Icons Creating Evil Art. The four-song release finds the trio delving deep into the seductive and atmospheric brand of pop that first caught the ears of fans and the press back in 2016. The new record is a soundtrack to the night with imagination of the unknown running as a theme throughout. An ear-grabbing and captivating release, ‘Velour’ will have you mentally trekking into a realm of enjoyable mystery.
Italy’s Giorgia Angiuli has previously dropped records on some of the most respected labels in techno ranging from Crosstown Rebels to KMS. The Florence-based producer will release her new EP ‘You Are My Religion’ on July 21st via Kindisch. Comprised of three songs in total, Angiuli glides between deep, heavy bass drivers and haunting yet melodic melodies, creating a balance of dance floor friendly grooves and an entrancing listening experience. You can stream the EP down at the bottom.
Italian siblings Easy To Remember have not only been running their impressive Unclear label, boasting releases from the likes of Move D and Rick Wade just to name a few, but the pair are quite the production team themselves. With their latest EP ‘Got A Botta’, Easy To Remember take listeners down the roads of memory lane as the record pumps with the sounds of acid, break beat rave and soulful house. While on paper that may read like a hot flash back to the past, the group have put a modern twist on the styles rather than simply rely on already firmly established Chicago and Detroit blueprints.
Italian designer Alberta Ferretti enlists fashion photographer Tim Walker to shoot her autumn/winter 17 campaign. Shot in London, the campaign features models Lineisy Montero, Kiki Willems and Lexi Boling. Keeping the pieces elegant, the idea of the models as goddesses are the inspiration behind the visuals with the clothes being presented front and center, as each shot remains clean, simple and polished. Have a look. Read more […]