BE GOOD, FELLAS // “DYE: SHE’S BAD” BY DENT DE CUIR

Prepare to have your mind blown.  

LA STREET FOOD FEST // THIS SATURDAY

It’s summer and you’re hungry and you can’t decide what to eat, but fear not – the LA Street Food Fest is back for its 5th year and it’s bringing you the goods. Come to the Rose Bowl this Saturday, June 28th, and enjoy the food of some of LA’s finest vendors. Sip on cocktails, […]

BLOGSPIRATION // PORTABLESERA

With all of us making so much of our lives public, it becomes one big ball of everyone’s photos looking the same, everyone repeating the same quotes—and all of us pressing like. Then comes portablesera. I stumbled upon her website during my nightly Instagram rabbit hole. It however, lead me to a really beautiful place—her […]

SUMMERTIME // LOLAWOLF

It’s Monday and you hate June gloom and you just spilled coffee down the front of your all-white outfit. I feel you. The Department of Water & Power has posted up outside my otherwise glorious windows and brought jackhammers with them, so we’re in this together. Luckily, I’ve found the remedy for both of us […]

THE ROLLING STONES // 50 YEARS IN THE USA

50 years ago today, The Rolling Stones made their first US appearance with a concert in Lynn, Massachusetts, and man, aren’t we glad they did! Today we give thanks to one of the greatest rock bands of all time. Can you imagine a world without them? We don’t want to. Oh, and a special shout […]

JESUS DAYS // 1978-1983

JESUS DAYS // 1978-1983 Greg Reynolds’ photography, Jesus Days, has been featured in our past issue of The Work Magazine and is now to be made into a book. This upcoming photo book documents evangelical Christian youth culture in the U.S. from 1978-1983, taken by the artist as a young closeted gay man. At his […]

PORTLAND // TONIGHT GO LISTEN TO SUMTHIN’ GOOD!

Tonight Rontoms presents their Sunday Sessions – Memorial Day edition, and what better way to be in nostalgia than in music?  Bring your friends and hell, even your enemies and have some fun.  Be sure not to miss Invisible Familiars who is stopping on through via their tour with The GOASTT.    RONTOMS SUNDAY SESSIONS […]

TOMORROW! // RECORD TRADING PLAYING AND SHARING

The Los Angeles Record Trading co. is bringing together music lovers, musicians and day time drinkers together for an awesome afternoon party. They’ll have multiple vendors bringing an impressive collection of vinyl to sell, DJ’s spinning rare grooves throughout the day (no serato or laptops allowed), plenty of craft cocktails and the sunny Villains Tavern patio. They’ll […]

LEISURE CRUISE // THE INTERVIEW // NEW ALBUM

Dave Hodge and Leah Siegal are the masters behind the dreaming synth-pop group Leisure Cruise. On May 6th, the New York duo released their full length album— bearing a whole-lotta of butts on it’s album cover. Drawing inspiration from the discovery of new planets that could support human life, the album brings us a futuristically […]

HAPPY BIRTHDAY // BRIAN ENO

Here’s to the man that developed monumental experimental musical styles and ambient music. We was a pioneer in ambient and generative music and innovating production techniques, and emphasizing “theory over practice”.  Theory over practice…. I like that.  Reminds me of the Bauhaus movement. Thank you Brian for being insane.