To compliment the bank holiday weekend in the UK this week on Best of the Week is Vice’s documentary that tells the story of skateboarder Paul Alexander, Nowness’ just dance series with Lil Buck, and a stunning selection of black and white photos capture the wonders of the sea.
Number 38 of our Good Vibes is mixed by the one and only Fray Gile, easing you through the bank holiday weekend.
On Best of the Week this week someone who has a lot of time on their hands has reimagined NWA’s Straight Outta Compton in GTA V, this leg shuddering video captures the Slack Line world record, and Superimpose Studio’s new short film ‘Set Apart’ looks at the diversity of London’s music scene.
Traxsuit take us on an hour long journey through the weird and wonderful outer reaches of dance and electronic music for Good Vibes 37.
On Best of the Week this week photographer Ian Kenneth Bird shares his year-long photo series, Skaters, Cai Guoqiang creates an incredible ladder to the sky made from fireworks, and the official trailer for the Hacienda documentary ‘Do You Own The Dancefloor?’.
Long time friend of the store Lucas Price will be exhibiting a solo show from Friday at London’s Lazarides Gallery. As well as working on various projects including our very own A.Four, Lucas’ art and design is some of the best in the game. The private view will be held on Thursday 13th August and the show will be open from Friday 14th August – Thursday 10th September between the hours of 11am and 7pm Tuesday through Saturday. Make sure you check it out if you’re in town, and we’ll see you there.
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August arrives in a bit of a grey, muggy blur in London but the weekend is set to be a good one. On Best of the Week this time around is ‘Now I See’ by Philip Bloom which shows off the night recording capabilities of the Sony A7, Drones in Forbidden Zones by Channel 4 (watch all the episodes) and i-D look at some of the greatest photographers capturing youth at its finest.