If you were to look up bassike in the dictionary, surely next to it would be the definition of relaxed luxury. For Spring/Summer 2014, the Australian cult fashion favourite carves out its new vision of classic cuts whilst still holding onto its much loved clean and contemporary aesthetic. The design duo this season focus on oversized and exaggerated pant silhouettes paired... read more
Having just released her new single ‘Run For Your Life‘, seasoned songstress Bertie Blackman has just given us her five favourite spots in Melbourne. She’s also been cool enough to couple each spot with a song that she feels accompanies it perfectly. Her album The Dash is set to drop later this year – but in the meantime, make sure to free some time in your schedule to visit the below: ... read more
According to Forbes, Beyonce is out here financially thriving – having raked in a monumental $115 million over the past year. Each stop of her Mrs. Carter World Tour earned $2.4 million (there were 95 dates on said tour). She also stunned the world when she unexpectedly dropped her self-titled album and produced a video for each track, including... read more
Things only seem to get bigger for local electronic star Kilter – his Shades EP is dropping next week, and to celebrate he’s announced a mammoth 17-date tour across Australia and New Zealand, which includes a performance at Byron Bay’s esteemed Splendour In The Grass. It’s crazy to think that it was eight months ago that Pagesdigital premiered his video for ‘Hold... read more
There’s a new kid on the block in Surry Hills. Brooklyn Social is your terminus for fast food, liquor and rock ’n’ roll. Opening this week, it’s the second child for the team behind the celebrity haven Backroom, so rest assured you’re in good hands.
Brooklyn Social pays homage to the dive bars of New York circa mid 1960s. Think rich leather banquettes, stripped-back timber benches, and plenty of naked groupies. You’ll be vibing to a jukebox fitted with the likes of The Doors... read more
OffTheWall.TV have made a short documentary on the making of UK duo Simian Mobile Disco‘s new album, Whorl!
James Ford and Jas Shaw decided to record the LP at a small bar called Pappy & Harriets in Pioneertown, California, as well as in the surrounding Joshua Tree National Park. Film director Ryan McNeill was there to capture the process which included a live performance... read more
Death Grips’ eccentric career has been marked with plenty of controversy, disputes and the group consistently fucking with everybody – which is why their sudden dissolution over Facebook has many people scratching their heads. Is this for real? We’re still not sure, and we guess we’ll just have to wait and see. The experimental rap group said their final goodbyes in true Death Grips fashion – by writing a succinct note on a napkin and taking a photo of it. It reads: we... read more
Dermalogica is launching a nationwide campaign to help us learn more about what our face is trying to tell us through Face Mapping.
This unique technique used to analyse skin health is based on three aspects including: visual examination of the skin, examination of the skin by touch, and “reading” of the skin as an indicator of internal organ health, drawing upon the centuries-old tradition of Chinese Facial Diagnosis.
Because... read more
We saw The Jezabels earlier this year at the Sydney Opera House. Very classy. We bought an expensive cheese platter and champagne for the occasion, but unfortunately I decided to out-class myself once again and wear heinous trackpants to the event. Nevertheless, such grandiose performances are indicative of The Jezabels’ global success, becoming one of our most favoured homegrown indie exports. Frontwoman Hayley Mary was particularly impressive on the night, dancing her way across the stage... read more
It girl of the nineties, Winona Ryder is back in the fashion game fronting the latest campaign for Rag & Bone. Shot on Coney Island, the only image released so far showcases a pixie cut Ryder rocking a fine pinstripe jacket like it’s nobody’s business. Described by Rag & Bone (and nineties fans all the world over) as a ‘bonafide icon’, the campaign release is the latest step in the career resurgence for Ryder who is starring alongside... read more