“No matter where your travels take you, there are two universal languages: food and music.” – Matt FX ‘IN THE MIX WITH MATT FX,’ a brand new digital series created by Matt FX and Genius Kitchen, explores the intersection between modern food and music culture. A fascinating view into Matt’s world of late nights and big meals, the show […]
HOMECQUE FUNCTIONAL APPAREL & GEAR Proudly made in NYC. Excerpt via New York Times Introducing, the World’s Chicest Apron This apron dress from HOMECQUE, a new label, is a chic solution to a long day in the kitchen. The waterproof, stain resistant wrap design is made from eco-friendly silicone leather and comes in savory-sounding colors called stilton […]
Featured On: NY1, AM New York, BKLYNR, WPIX 11, BKReader, Bushwick Daily, Sincerely Hueman, Revelist & More “The Bushwick Film Festival is working to shine a light on indie filmmakers and diversity in the film industry.” – NBC The arts haven’t always reflected NYC’s Diversity… The Bushwick Film festival makes an effort to change That”– NY1 “The event […]
Why Warhol now?” is the central question explored in a new three-part video series produced by the Whitney on the occasion of the landmark exhibition Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again, opening on November 12, 2018. or. The aim is to help create a new kind of portrait of the artist that considers his relevance in our current moment.
This 5 song EP, Intermission, marks their return and departure in relocating to Brooklyn. They’re donating a portion of proceeds from the EP to The Trevor Project, The NAACP Legal Defense Fund, and Planned Parenthood.
Your Old Droog Bangladesh (ft Heems) PACKS By John-Paul Shiver Displaying the well-paired ying-yang punch of grimy flow versus nasal tone, the single Bangladesh by Your Old Droog and featuring Heems from Das Racist, is the “straight-talk no-filter” poster child for what genuine NYC hip-hop has been and remains. Droog, the Ukrainian-born, and Brooklyn based […]
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 […]
“It’s time for designers to do something personal and dynamic.” – Greg Armas of Assembly, a gallerist-turned-designer as well as retailer with stores in New York and Los Angeles. At the joint show of Assembly New York x Raquel Allegra held on September 14th at the Old Gym at 268 Mulberry Street, guests were treated […]
Forget Silicon Valley and Silicon Beach. Welcome to the land of the Silicon Schmatte. The Brooklyn headquarters of Manufacture New York, a fashion incubator, factory and research facility housed in a landmark building that was once Storehouse No. 2 of the United States Navy Fleet Supply Base (so noted on a plaque by the entrance) […]
Content may be king, but curated content is the next wave of relevant branding and consumer experience. Pulp Lab brand activation events include curated events at New York Fashion Week, SXSW, CMJ, Sasquatch Music Festival and cross-product collaborations with internationally recognized artists, designers and lifestyle brands. Brand Activation/Event Planning Sourcing and Fulfillment Conceptual Development Creation and Run-of-Show […]
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UNEMPLOYED Magazine Presents “KEYS” a short film by Roi Cydulkin for UNEMPLOYED Starring Ruby Aldridge & Marland Backus – Screening and Cocktail Reception