UK Graphic Artists Celebrate the Year of the Bus
This year happens to be the Year of the Bus, and a celebratory campaign by Transport for London (TfL) and London Transport Museum is recognizing buses as "arteries of the capital." Pretty apt, considering London is home to one of the largest and...
Terron: Nº 3 Proportion
ListenUp is a Cool Hunting series published every Sunday that takes a deeper look at the music we tweeted about that week. Often we'll include a musician or notable fan's personal favorite in a song or album dubbed PrivateJam.
Disclosure: F For You ft. Mary J Blige
British label Young Turks has launched an offshoot label, Whities, which will focus on "forward-thinking club music" with NTS Radio DJ and Boiler Room host Nic Tasker overseeing A&R. The first release will be from a new duo called Terron, whose track...
EFG: Singing Bridges
Described as part motorik, part psychedelic, LA-based trio EFG is comprised of songwriter and guitarist Imaad Wasif, drummer Josh Garza (from the cult-followed Secret Machines) and Grammy-winning musician and producer Tom Biller. Their distinct sound...
King Dream Chorus: King Holiday
On Monday, the US celebrated the legacy of civil rights activist Dr Martin Luther King Jr—and his dream of freedom for all. The day was declared an official holiday in 1986, and to mark the occasion several musicians (including Whitney Houston, Run...
King Dream Chorus: King Holiday On Monday, the US celebrated the legacy of civil rights activist Dr Martin Luther King Jr—and his dream of freedom for all. The day was declared an official holiday in 1986, and to mark the occasion several musicians...
Best of CH 2013: Interviews
With the year drawing to a close, it's time to pop some bottles and reminisce about some of our favorite moments from 2013. We're searching through the year's content for the best of CH 2013—looking back at the people, designs, destinations and moments...
James Joyce at The Breed Show
Graphic artist James Joyce—not to be confused with the deceased Irish avant-garde writer—is well known for his bright and colorful—but always reductive—graphic and typographic artwork. He's a regular contributor to publications such as the New York...
Studio Visit: Studio Moross
In an industry that has been known to label its constituents with simply one ability or another, the enigmatically artistic Kate Moross is genuinely defining a term that is so often gratuitously applied: Creative. The shift toward owning a diverse...
Tiki Disco Summer 2013 Mix
ARP: High-Heeled Clouds
The season for outdoor parties is well underway and our friends at Tiki Disco have an upbeat mix sure to inject life into the party. Beginning in 2009 at Brooklyn's famous indoor-outdoor pizzeria Roberta's, the trio of DJs recently took their brand...
Fiona Apple: Hot Knife
Also known as Alexis Georgopoulos, ARP has been making music for years under the monikers Q&A, the Alps and Tussle. Considering his extensive background in analog synthesizers and stringed instruments, ARP's newest single "High-Heeled Clouds" is a...
Washed Out: Don't Give Up
Interweaving vocals anxiously writhe on top of clean percussion and a well-placed piano progression—and that's just the start of "Hot Knife," Fiona Apple's latest single from her critically acclaimed 2012 album The Idler Wheel…. The song meets its...
Kitten Pyramid: Uh Oh
London's Kate Moross is making quite a name for herself in the music video game with her penchant for awkward camera panning and knack for trippy videos—and we couldn't be happier about it. The latest to receive the Moross treatment is Washed Out...
Kitten Pyramid: Uh Oh As the UK celebrated the birth of a future prince on 22 August 2013, the hilariously named British prog rock band Kitten Pyramid released their own gem when their debut single "Uh Oh" hit iTunes on Monday. Those disappointed...