It's hot as hell. That means its time to slather on the SPF and shower at least three times a day. The globe isn't getting any cooler. So, we've put together a list of 3 things you're going to need if you're going to survive another hot & thotty summer in the city. 1. ANYTHING HOLOGRAPHIC Go to any party any warehouse party in Downtown Los Angeles and you'll probably find an entire spectrum of holographic fashions. From clear weekenders to prismatic combat-boots, we're sure t
If you’ve gone to any of the coolest parties in New York City (or abroad), you’ve probably heard the mystical beats of DJ Nita Aviance. One half NYC based super-duo The Carry Nation (with DJ partner Will Automagic), Aviance is not only known for his unique genre-bending style, but for his contribution in reshaping the sound of downtown nightlife in the early 2000s. Will Automagic and Nita Aviance as The Carry Nation Influenced at an early age by legends like Junior Vasquez an
We had the distinct pleasure of documenting the behind the scenes magic at Mona Liza Studios last week as illustrious photographer Aaron Williams flashed away to create the colorful photo story Fashion Statement. Styled by Kyle Brincefield, the shoot centered around three up-and-coming New York City icons donning hand selected couture pieces by legendary designers like Moschino, Jeremy Scott, Nicopanda, Patricia Field, and Studmuffin NYC. Click here to view the photo-story. "
Created in a lab 1 year ago in Seattle, Fionne is the answer to all of our prayers! Get into this witchy synth trap goddess as she takes you for a ride in her new Ferrari. LISTEN HERE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER to stay up to date on all things FEMMEKRAFT. #fionne #femmekraft #NewYorkCity #nyc #brooklyn #queer #lgbtq #music #newmusic
Giving a voice to Mother Nature, David Mramor is Enid Ellen; a poet in platform boots. Duetting with singer/songwriter Greg Potter on piano, they have enchanted audiences with their stimulating lyrics and soaring melodies at many of New York City’s iconic music venues venues. As one of Next Magazine’s “What’s Next Now” artists, their sound has been, described as “Marilyn Manson singing Tori Amos,” and both “eclectic”, and “intense.” Be sure to pre-order their upcoming album "
Thorpe has been favorably compared to Portishead, Natalie Merchant, Beth Orton, Grace Jones, Feist, Laurie Anderson, and David Bowie among others. But she draws on a hugely diverse range of influences—from folk to rap, trip hop to blues, orchestral to techno—and distills them into a musical style that is unmistakably her own. Keep an eye out for her FemmeKraft debut with an explosive and sultry EP titled "The Body Wants". More info and dates TBA. #dinahthorpe #femmekraft #mus