Volume 156

Geek-House Core? Yes, it exists.

Infectious second single from New York resident Yaeji, which is sure to extend her fan base beyond her geek-house core. Check out the great vid here, and if you want to delve deeper into her sound, check out her laid-back cover of Drake’s “Passionfruit” too. Hypnotic.

The original Rockers return

Thanks to those lovely people at Sounds of The Universe, this cult classic from 1978 gets a rare one-off showing next month. ‘The Rockers’ is one of the classic reggae films released in the 1970s, but better than ‘Babylon’ and tougher than ‘The Harder They Come’! The best Reggae film ever. Screening on 19th December at Regent Street Cinema.


Creator of LOVERBOY brand and the notorious queer-tastic London club night, Charles Jeffrey has his first solo art exhibition at the Now Gallery. Opening on 30th November and based around Charles’ renowned illustrations, COME UP is an exploration into these artworks amplified via new media. For a taster of the upcoming madness, take a look at his SS18 video…

The Money Issue

Issue 4 of the women zine ‘Season’ which focuses on football and fashion, hits the racks this week. Content includes Ocean Lewis, WAGS, Women Who Gamble on the Game and Girl in Gosha Rubchinskiy x Adidas. Free stickers too! It’s a win-win.

Is the Internet legit?

Stranger Things stars Gaten Matarazzo and Joe Keery take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the Internet’s most searched questions about Stranger Things and themselves. Joe and Gaten answer hard-hitting questions like, “Is Gaten Matarazzo now?” and “Is Joe Keery legit?”

KLF are coming at you… in an ice cream van.

The subversive pranksters and pop protagonists, the KLF are back. Yesterday saw an event to “Burn the Shard” being the symbol of capitalist greed and today at 20:23 they will release their new single. Who’s excited?! Watch out for the Russian ice cream van…