Excerpt via ID By Arnolt Smead Oct 4 2018, 6:46am HARMONY KORINE BLOCKBUSTER September 11–October 20, 2018 976 Madison Avenue, New York Ever since he made a name for himself in the 90’s with the script for Larry Clarks “Kids,” Korine has been honing his craft as a storyteller, constructing a universe and an aesthetic distinctly […]
At David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption, a music, art, film and creative event with artists curated by the filmmaker, Lynch plans to debut a new Twin Peaks virtual reality experience. The game, titled simply Twin Peaks VR and made with Collider Games and Showtime, will take players through locations from the original series and the […]
Departures is the soundtrack to a film that hasn’t been made yet. Seamless transitions mimic the 90s as Richard D. James subtleties find their way into the more memorable tracks: purity, reflection of loss, and single promissory note featuring prolific lyricist Looms.
By John-Paul Shiver Responding to a sense of missed opportunity, Toronto artist Harrison made a freestyle meets wavy synth-funk earworm of a jam with the track Celica Supra. It’s the first from his forthcoming sophomore album, due this fall via Last Gang Records. His début, Checkpoint Titanium, received a 2017 JUNO nomination for Electronic Album […]
NICOPANDA “Smells Like Queens Spirit“ Nicopanda London Womenswear Fall Winter 2018-2019 London February 2018 Nirvana’s iconic album “Nevermind” (1991) and Lil Kim’s debut masterpiece “Hard-core” (1996) go toe-to-toe in Nicopanda’s FW18 runway collection. Equal parts 90’s Seattle grunge rock and East Coast hip hop glamour, these two epic music worlds collide in a mash-up of […]
For the debut album by Jaques Greene, directors Mauriès Matos have created this vast mirage of club culture, shot on 16mm film in their native Montreal during his concert.
The former Sonic Youth co-leader Kim Gordon has been recording for 35 years, and she has never released a song under her own name until September 12, 2016. Last month, she dropped the new single Murdered Out, a feverish noise-rock song with an absolutely monster groove. It’s heavier and more rhythmic than anything Gordon has done […]
Xuly Bët (“Keep an open mind” in Wolof), the label founded by Mali-born designer Lamine Kouyaté, showed a collection inspired by his mother and her fight for women’s rights at the Kelly Cutrone/People’s Revolution show on Wednesday morning. One printed dress directly referenced International Women’s Day.
I-D recently unearthed “90s Fashion,” a low key YouTube channel brimming with throwback fashion gold. On offer are full shows from icons like Marc Jacobs, Todd Oldman and Versace; TV highlights such as various VH1 Fashion Video Awards and Hard Copy’s report on Naomi Campbell and early TV packages exploring growing trends like the waif and Heroin Chic. Although […]
The attention wasn’t just because the group was giving its catalog away. It was because those six albums have never been available to buy digitally or to stream. In a recent interview, the group explained that it had reached a boiling point. “We were frustrated with people not being able to just get it,” Vincent […]
“Happiness [is] only real when shared” ― Jon Krakauer, Into the Wild “Don’t settle down and sit in one place. Move around, be nomadic, make each day a new horizon. You are still going to live a long time, Ron, and it would be a shame if you did not take the opportunity to revolutionize […]
The late 1980’s and early 90’s occupy a slightly bizarre place in contemporary fashion: they are recent enough to occupy a strong position in our collective memories, yet just far enough away for their fashion to be considered vintage. There are few people in the world who have had as strong a sartorial presence in […]
Nobody seemed to mind the cloudy weather, as thousands of patrons gathered on the sprawling USC campus this past weekend for the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The 21st annual event hosted a wide variety of readings, performances and “ideas exchanges” with authors and cultural figures of the moment (see the full list here). Notable new media entity #EmergingUS […]
The term “Netflix and Chill” was first coined by Twitter user @itsIsaaaaaaac on October 8, 2014. From there it began to spread on Twitter through GIFs and memes containing phrase. Netflix has largely accepted the phrase, using it in marketing materials and during social-media campaigns.
Hair stylist Jason Rail created iconic looks for the young stars of ‘The Doom Generation’ and ‘Nowhere.’ 20 years later, he’s posting his set life Polaroids to Instagram.
How did the estimated 65 million members of Generation X become characterized as cynics, loners and slackers?