Katherine Cusumano

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Easy As Possible,’ Mothers

July 11, 2016

Kristine Leschper of the four-piece alt-folk outfit Mothers wasn’t sure that “Easy As Possible” would ever see the light of day. We’re pleased to report it has and to premiere it as our track of the week.

Discovery: HÃ?LOS

March 21, 2016

“We’re not trying to say anything brand new. So many people have got the same message as us, and it’s just a message of positivity and respect and love,” HÆLOS’ Dom Goldsmith says.

Discovery: Morly

February 10, 2016

Singer/songwriter/producer Katy Morley performs simply as Morly, and here, we’re pleased to premiere her video for her most recent single, “The Choir.”

Erykah Badu on Pyer Moss’s Honest Activism

February 10, 2016

On Saturday, Pyer Moss will debut its Fall/Winter 2016 collection, styled by Erykah Badu.

Barneys Loves New York

February 4, 2016

Amid a pre-Depression retail boom, Barney Pressman opened his eponymous shop Barneys New York on a then-seedy corner of Manhattan, at Seventh Avenue in Chelsea.

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘Where I Want to Go,’ Roo Panes

February 4, 2016

In 2013, Roo Panes was on the heels of a well-timed Burberry campaign that coincided with his debut EP Once. Now he’s gearing up for the release of his sophomore full-length, Paperweights.

Discovery: Julien Baker

February 2, 2016

Singer/songwriter Julien Baker still seems incredulous about the positive reception of her debut solo record Sprained Ankle.

Lemaire’s Lads

January 20, 2016

Christophe Lemaire’s Fall/Winter 2016 Menswear collection earllier today demonstrated an elegant simplicity born of boxy, tailored ensembles in muted colors.

St. Lucia’s Mind Over Matter

January 15, 2016

If When the Night was St. Lucia’s id, Matter is its superego.

First Dibs: Mother of Pearl Pre-Fall 2016 Look 1

January 15, 2016

Winter feels like it’s only just set in, and yet we’re already looking ahead to Mother of Pearl’s pre-fall 2016 collection.

The Tarantino Actor

January 4, 2016

In addition to The Hateful Eight, Demián Bichir also just wrapped his first feature as a writer, director, and actor.

Diego Ongaro Among the Trees

December 9, 2015

Gangsta rap, golf, livestock, and logging form the understated backbone of Bob and the Trees, director Diego Ongaro’s debut feature film.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Bahia,’ Prince Rama

December 8, 2015

Prince Rama has undergone a schizophrenic evolution thanks to a few near-death experiences and a renewed understanding of time travel. Next year, the dance-pop outfit will release Xtreme Now, a much anticipated follow up to 2012’s Top Ten Hits of the End of the World.

Exclusive Song Premiere: ‘Last One Out,’ Avenue

December 7, 2015

If Avenue had been releasing music four years ago, he might have earned a place alongside electropop peers Electric Youth on the soundtrack for Nicholas Winding Refn’s Drive.

The Model Student

December 4, 2015

In Nirvana Naves’s hometown of Amsterdam, modeling isn’t the most obvious path for a tall, intelligent young woman.

First Dibs: Ellery SS 2016 Look 21

December 4, 2015

Boxy, bell-shaped, and frilled, the above look from Ellery’s Spring/Summer ’16 collection strikes a bold silhouette.

To Catch a Thief

December 4, 2015

When Victor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren of Amsterdam-based fashion house Victor & Rolf conceptualized their Fall/Winter 2015 couture collection as “wearable art,” Jan Asselijn’ The Threatened Swan was an obvious choice.

Amy Berg and the Little Girl Blue

November 24, 2015

Since 2006, Amy Berg has completed five feature-length documentaries and narrative films, during nearly all of which she’s been working on her much-anticipated Janis Joplin documentary.

Discovery: Nicole Dollanganger

November 23, 2015

Nicole Dollanganger aligns herself with both the precious and the grotesque.

Dilly Dally Leaves Home

November 20, 2015

To gauge fame, front woman Katie Monks periodically refers to “Toronto-famous” and “Toronto-big,” but between a sold-out stop in Denver and a recent KEXP session on their first headlining tour, Dilly Dally has outgrown either descriptor