The weeks seem to be flying by faster than ever, and on B.O.W this week i-D magazine team up with Ewen Spencer and Channel 4 for the Street, Sound & Style series, with two of the four shows availabe on 4OD already, James Pearson Howes’ beautifully shot new short film When The Dust Settles, and ASAP Rocky’s new, Enter The Void inspired music video; LSD. A special mention this week goes to Skepta on Jools Holland.

It’s been a little while but our Good Vibes mix series returns, with Koko Miyagi of C.E in the hotseat with the perfect frequencies to ease you through the bank holiday weekend.

This week Show Studio sit down for a brilliantly in-depth interview with Peter Saville, The Fader share a host of vintage hip hop and streetwear adverts from the early 2000s, and two complete nutcases climb the second tallest building in the world; the Shenzehn Centre in China.

East London’s Wayward Gallery welcomes an exhibition of new work from Palace rider Shawn Powers and Palace photo/filmographer James Edson, with the opening tonight from 6pm onwards. Check out the teaser above, filmed and produced by Joshua Gordon.

Wayward Gallery 

47 Mowlem Street
E2 9HE
6pm Onwards


A brand who’s imagery is always on point from season to season, Perks & Mini share some new imagery to accompany their men’s SS15 collection, featuring Hodgy Beats of Odd Future. Shop Perks & Mini for both men and women to the right.

It’s well and truly May now, and this week Hypebeast go through the lens with photographer Neil Massey, Swedish film maker Kalle Ljung captures a superb collection of drone footage over Antarctica, and ICA curator Sumitra Upham talks to Selectism about the upcoming ‘Shout Out!’ pirate radio exhibition.

Is it April week 05 or May week 01? Who knows; on Best of the Week this week Detroit techno brilliantly meets Russia’s suburbs in MGUN’s new video, Amy Arbus talks 80s New York street style photography with lots of superb pictures, and YOOX debut their short documentary on Martin Margiela.

This year seems to be flying by, and on the final April edition we have Clayton Vomero’s ‘Dazed’, which centres around Subway dancing and vogue soulsearching on Staten Island (and includes Ghostface’s son in the cast), Tomas Saraceno’s incredible installations and a selection of infamous Hip Hop album covers in Google street view.