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    Tricky Announces 20,20 EP, Shares New Song “Lonely Dancer”: Listen

    Trip-hop pioneer Tricky has announced a new three-song EP: 20, 20 is out March 6 via Tricky’s own label, False Idols. The lead single, “Lonely Dancer,” features Berlin-based musician Anika. Listen below. Last year, Tricky released his autobiography Hell Is Round the Corner, which he wrote in collaboration with music journalist Andrew Perry. Tricky’s last […] More

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    Highsnobiety Staffers Test out Revlon’s Ultra HD Vinyl Lip Polish

    With all of the beauty products on the market, it’s hard to sift through the noise and find one actually worth trying. When we heard about Revlon’s Ultra HD Vinyl Lip Polish, we were excited to test it out for ourselves. It delivers high shine with intense color, a precise application, and comes in twelve […] More

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    WTF Is Happening In Balenciaga’s New Campaign Video?

    Sometimes, it feels like Balenciaga is the only major fashion house taking risks these days. While the world gets weirder and (very possibly) worse with each passing day, the Kering-owned luxury house is flourishing. The fashion industry is located at a slightly awkward intersection between artistic expression and commercialism, so creative directors should be applauded when they’re brave […] More

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    Listen to the Strokes’ New Song “Bad Decisions”

    The Strokes are back with another new track, “Bad Decisions.” They previously performed the song at a Bernie Sanders rally in New Hampshire. The song, which seems to interpolate the melody from Billy Idol’s “Dancing With Myself,” gives a writing credit to Idol and Tony James. Watch the band’s new “Bad Decisions” music video below. […] More

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    This Is Why Elon Musk Called Bill Gates “Underwhelming”

    Elon Musk took to Twitter earlier today to let everyone know that his recent conversations with Bill Gates have been “underwhelming.” While he doesn’t directly stipulate why his chats with the Microsoft billionaire were so dull, Business Insider suggests that it probably has something to do with Gates buying an electric Porsche instead of a Tesla. In an interview […] More

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    Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti Reissuing Three More Albums

    Last year, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti launched the Ariel Archives reissue campaign. This spring, the second volume in that reissue series is on the way. Remastered pressings of The Doldrums (2004), Worn Copy (2005), and House Arrest (2006) are coming on April 24 via Mexican Summer. Watch a previously unseen video for “Crybaby” below. In […] More

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    Y-3 Hybridizes Sports Designs For It’s FW20 Sneakers

    For FW20, Y-3 presents a fusion of disparate sporting designs, merging stadium and street aesthetics into a single collection that addresses the forward-thinking assertion of: “The Street is the New Stadium”. adidas Originals’ Senior Director Design Statement, Ebru Ercon told us “We looked at traditional sports like fencing, gymnastics and archery, but we wanted to […] More

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    Foo Fighters Announce 25th Anniversary Tour

    Foo Fighters have announced a tour celebrating the band’s 25th anniversary. The 2020 Van Tour, which will revisit cities that Foo Fighters toured through in 1995 behind their eponymous debut album, kicks off April 12 in Phoenix and will take them across North America. Find the band’s full roster of tour dates below and buy […] More

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    Nike LeBron 17 “Mr. Swackhammer”: Where to Buy Tomorrow

    Brand: Nike Model: LeBron 17 Mr. Swackhammer Key Features: As the name suggests, the cool colorway is inspired by the villainous Space Jam character, Mr. Swackhammer. The upper is composed of neon green Knitposite that is further enhanced with woven, multicolored detailing around the heel. Swackhammer’s scaly exterior is referenced on the tongue. The cushioned Max Air midsole is done up in blue, […] More

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    Bright Eyes Announce Tour | Pitchfork

    After announcing a handful of comeback shows, Bright Eyes have now shared the details of their 2020 tour. Following a March show in Tokyo, the band will play spring concerts in North America and then summer concerts in Europe and the United Kingdom. Check out Bright Eyes’ schedule at their website. Get tickets here. (Pitchfork […] More

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    New York Fashion Week: Men’s Proved Good Style Needn’t Cost the Earth

    Location: New York Fashion Week: Men’s Season: Fall/Winter 2020 Key Looks: If Marvel made a superhero movie about fashion, a Dapper Dan-caped Andre Leon Talley (slide #2) would rule the protagonist’s planet. Go off, king! Editor’s Notes: With New York Fashion Week: Men’s done and dusted, photographer Christopher Fenimore takes a look back at the […] More

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    King Krule Shares New Song “Cellular”: Listen

    King Krule is back with another song from his new album Man Alive!. The opening track “Cellular” is out now, along with an animated music video from Jamie Wolfe (who has worked on Rick & Morty). Watch it below. Man Alive—the follow-up to 2017’s The OOZ—is out this Friday (February 21). It includes songs debuted […] More

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    Balenciaga’s SS20 Campaign Would Be Funny If It Wasn’t so Real

    When Balenciaga unveiled the campaign for its SS20 collection in a series of spoof political ads, it felt as though the brand was announcing its plans to run for the U.S. presidency. Key looks from the SS20 range were paired with satirical campaign slogans like “We Vote For Tomorrow,” “Love Is For Everyone,” “Power Of […] More

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