POSTED BY NICKJ
ON 18 DEC 2013 @ 11:32 AM
NY streetwear doyens Mishka
, and NY-based street artist L'Amour Supreme,
have grabbed beloved kids (and adults) cartoon character Spongebob Squarepants by the nuts and given him a twisted makeover. The Holiday 2013 capsule collection features a couple of tees and deck, all emblazoned with Spongebob in all of his newly demented glory. Think Spongebob crossed with Robert Carlysle towards the end of 28 Weeks Later
. We'd advise this gear probably stays away from your kids, just in case. Unless of course your kids dig their fav characters turning into horror fodder.
available now from mishkanyc.com
On Saturday 7 December, Melbourne's late nite dance emporium New Guernica
welcomes UK duo Psychemagik
Known for their incredibly deep record crates, inspiring mix tapes and dancefloor destroying edits and production, Psychemagik have become world leaders in all things disco and balearic.
Featuring two themed compilations, Magik Sunrise and Magik Cyrkles released through Balearic mainstay and Claremont 56 descendant Leng Records, Psychemagik have made a reputation for discovering the weird and wonderful from genres such as African Reggae, Jazz-Funk, Prog Rock, Balearica and Funk.
Production wise, Psychemagik have released a series of Original 12’s and edits through their own label of the same name, many of them becoming staples in the record bags of the world’s leading DJ’s. Psychemagik have also featured on remix packages for Bryan Ferry, Azari & III, Metronomy, Justin Velor and The Time and Space Machine.
Get your tickets here
Supported by Otologic
, Sleep D
, Phil K
, North Pollard
The Residence is getting a good old-fashioned shake-down, as Animals Dancing
deliver an aural overload of disco, techno and house.
Direct from Chicago for his first time ever in Australia, Hieroglyphic Being
(AKA Jamal Moss) hits The Residence stage, weaving his dark concoction of ambient acid jazz, gritty electronic experimentalism and distorted techno.
Taking influence from the first wave of Chicago House, Ron Hardy
, the sounds of Sun Ra and 90s industrial synth-pop, Hieroglyphic Being is a long-standing member of Chicago’s revered house and techno scene, and was mentored by the legendary Adonis and Steve Poindexter.
Justin Van Der Volgen
has carved his name with more than 15 years in the dance/disco community. Founding member of !!! and Out Hud, Justin began releasing on Phil South’s esteemed Golf Channel
under the alias Try to Find Me in 2008. A skilled DJ and passionate record collector, Justin’s remix work for Phreek Plus One
and Soft Rocks
are testament to his studio skills, and leave no doubt why he’s known as one of Brooklyn’s finest selector and edit/remix/production masters.
Local support from Melbourne’s dancefloor staples, Animals Dancing
and Sleep D
POSTED BY NICKJ
ON 20 SEP 2013 @ 11:25 AM
Like sneakers? Yep. Like boots? Yep. Like SneakerBoots? Uhhhh... What?
So Nike are about to release the SneakerBoot upon Australia; a hi-top shoe with all the sensibilities of the lightweight, low-top kicks we're all used to seeing on our feet. They've taken two of their most popular models, the Air Max 90 and Free Run, given them an ankle lift, tweaked the design a bit and pow, SneakerBoot. If you're like us and live in your Free Runs, then these will most definitely be an excellent addition to the collection.
You'll be able to get your hybrid on 1 December at selected Nike stockists around the country.
POSTED BY NICKJ
ON 12 SEP 2013 @ 03:47 PM
Lurking deep within the steel and asphalt jungle of Los Angeles, live the rare and prized pro skaters. To witness these majestic creatures in their natural habitat is a highly sought-after experience, one that requires the guidance of a true professional. Enter Dick McNichol and Nike SB's Skate Safari Tour
Dick and his giant red bus are taking punters on a specially designed tour of LA's hottest skate spots with the ultimate goal of catching local cube gleamers like P-Rod AKA Paul Rodriguez live in action. Why? Coz P-Rod's got his own skate shoe, the Paul Rodriguez 7, and it's time to celebrate this momentus occasion.
Who's Dick? Dunno. Is this real? Dunno. We don't live in LA, but we hope it is. Watch the video and you'll understand why we hope a dingus like Dick McNichol genuinely does ride a red double-decker bus around LA with a megaphone hanging out of his mouth.