Tag: Pedro Winter
With their first studio effort in 12 (!) years burning a hole in whichever digital port much-anticipated releases are stocked in, brothers Stephen and David Dewaele and Stefaan Van Leuven of Soulwax are slated to remain the GOATs of Belgo-international alternative rock/electronic music. Since the inception of Soulwax in ’95, they’ve been irrepressible. They headline around the planet as 2manydjs (first known as ‘The Fucking/Flying Dewaele Brothers’), created their own Beats 1 radio show “2×2” and visual radio station plus app for Radio Soulwax, own an independent record label and studio, co-created a sound system project called Despacio (‘slowly’) and their remixes mostly eclipse the originals (you don’t want to know how foolish I went to their “Standing In The Way of Control” remix age sixteen, there should be lo-fi footage out there somewhere). As from Friday March 24, “FROM DEEWEE” – the duo’s … Read More »
For 20 years now, OG concept store Colette Paris has assembled and concocted the best, most creative and most fun phenomena in fashion, music, art and design and released them into the world for all to enjoy. 213 Rue St. Honoré in Paris is where it all swishes together. Wide-eyed teenagers picking up a trinket or magazine (while dreaming about one day getting a limited [email protected]) roam the store simultaneously with global megastars on their half-day off in Paris. It’s a culture (I hereby call it “Colette-ure”). The two women driving all things Colette since the store’s bare-walled beginnings in 1997, the lovingly dubbed “Sarah Colette” (Colette’s only buyer) and her fierce mother, the original Colette Rousseaux, have worked tirelessly to create an inimitable empire, on the strength of their keen sense for what’s fresh, different and covetable alone. To pick a … Read More »
Remember how a couple of years ago I interviewed So_Me, did a big feature on the Triple Trouble exhibition, got him to sign all my shit, bought one of his pieces and won’t shut up about it, ever?
Don’t be jalouse, because on May 10th, before heading off to the sold out “ED BANGER 10” party at Botanique, Bertrand Langeron -creative director of Ed Banger Records and Club 75 member– will be (selling and) signing his book “Travail, Famille, Party” at ALICE Gallery in Brussels.
UPDATE : Busy P will be joining too!
More info after the jump …