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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.

To celebrate the arrival of Comme des Garcons, we couldn’t resist delving into the brands archive of outstanding advertisements. Truly in a league of their own when it comes to visual identity, each advert is equally weird as it is wonderful. I’ll let the pictures do the talking…

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The sixth and final instalment of Ryan Willms’ (Inventory Mag) ‘AKA’ mix series is a wonderful ride through the darker, trippier outskirts of new age hip hop and ambient, experimental electronic music. Featuring music from Evian Christ, Klimeks, Bones, Johnny Cinco, Grouper and more, along with production by Ryan himself, this is getting regular rotation on the Goodhood airwaves! Listen to the mix below and check out all six on Ryan’s soundcloud to the right.

The sun is out, hallelujah. On this weeks Best of the Week, Vice chat to photographer Keith Pattison about his time photographing the miner’s strike, Monocle delve inside the fascinating world of Beams’ internal affairs styling department and Its Nice That collar The Clash bassist turned fine artist Paul Simonon for a chat about painting.

Situated just around the back of Carnaby Street after moving from Soho, Deal Real was the go to place for Hip Hop records old and new; if you knew, you knew. A place where like minded people could come together, network and collaborate, Deal Real’s legendary open mic nights and in store events showcased new talent alongside legendary artists from the UK and USA in the most intimate of settings. The store unfortunately closed its doors in 2007, but for record store day this year, the Deal Real Legacy is reopening the store as a pop up for a six week stay on Newburgh Street, W1. The store will host an opening party, curated by Kano, on Saturday 18th April along with a host of other upcoming events in the coming weeks. Check Deal Real’s website to the right for more information and dates and we’ll see you there!

Deal Real Records
14 Newburgh Street
W1F 7RT

www.dealreal.co.uk

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For our second April Best of the Week we bring you: Strange but hilarious, Amuseum is the QI of the magazine world. In the mist of Tidal, the streaming program setup by Jay-Z to rival Spotify, one wonderful user has compiled a spotify playlist of almost every song from every Wes Anderson film. And lastly, a great exhibition from Ben Gore at the Doomed Gallery in Dalston titled ‘Second Adolescence’.

Coming to you a little earlier due to the Easter break, Best of the Week this time around brings you mesmerising videos by Seb Lester of himself drawing famous logos free hand, D&AD run down Oliviero Toscani’s most famous advert campaigns (also a great excuse to check all of them out on Google), and Shlohmo’s new album ‘Dark Red’ is available to stream on The New York Times’ website. Have a good one.

This week we’ve got Jun Takahashi talking about Undercover’s collaboraitive collection with Supreme, the Sony World Photography Awards winners and Fact Magazine run down Mad Professor’s essentials; ideal Sunday listening.