Archive for April, 2013

Men With and Without Hats

(Apr 30, 2013) There is always one look that kind of plagues me because I don’t have the gear for it. For the last few months it has been ...

Harmony Korine does it again

(Apr 30, 2013) The film Spring Breakers is an obvious success in its ability to be treated as both fine art/experimental filmmaking and able to ...

Jai Paul’s coup

(Apr 30, 2013) Seems that last week everyone I know in the industry was either taking jealousy-inducing #selfies at Coachella just to let me kno...

Poler Makes Cool Camping Gear

(Apr 23, 2013) As the title suggests Poler, the Portland outdoor “stuff” maker makes the “highest standard of stuff” fo...

Festival Culture In The Mother City

(Apr 23, 2013) Since moving to Cape Town I can’t help but notice the sudden rise in music festivals in and around the city. Not only are t...

The New Romeo and Juliet

(Apr 22, 2013) Wellllll, I’m in my thirties, and while I feel the need to mention that it’s my early thirties the fact still remain...

Handmade Mac

(Apr 22, 2013) Okay, I admit it may seem slightly over picky, insisting on custom made icons for your computer’s desktop, but given how many h...

Best Friends in the Wild

(Apr 22, 2013) “Best friends are a natural phenomenon seen all over the world,” starts a voice over in the tradition of great natural scienc...

Meadows Spring Pass

(Apr 22, 2013) While I sit here blogging with a wicked case of the Monday’s I day nightdream about my sweet shred sesh I had just yester...

Converse: Get Chucked!

(Apr 22, 2013) Converse has been around since before I can remember.  Synonymous with the sneaker itself, Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars are e...

Ghostface and the Man Who Saved Face for Portland

(Apr 19, 2013) The debut of the Soul’d Out Music Festival brought Ghostface Killah backed by a live band to Portland, OR. So popular they ...

Vancouver Dub Inna Internatty Style

(Apr 17, 2013) Mystery, everybody loves it and especially when it comes to music. Electronic music especially, names like Burial, Redshape and Ba...

The Return Of A Cinematic Legend

(Apr 16, 2013) I love Lawrence Of Arabia. As a child, it captured my imagination unlike any other film I had seen. Star Wars was great but it req...

Vancouver’s Most Legendary Record Store Keeps On

(Apr 16, 2013) Consistency in a day and age of tenuous businesses needs to be praised. As record stores continue to fall by the wayside all over ...

Food is now as cool as alcohol

(Apr 15, 2013) NY Mag’s controversial “What Was the Hipster?” article suggested that the locavore trend was the last vestige o...