The LA-based alt-rock, all-female band has been playing together since 2004–they’ve crushed enough live shows, and slept in enough tour buses to fill a dozen rock memoirs. And thankfully, they’re still at it.
Julien Ehrlich and Max Kakacek were totally broke when they started making music together as “Whitney”—nowadays they’re doing interviews with Elton John and playing Coachella.
With his old-school-meets-new-school sound, Jacob Banks is filling the much-needed role of blues singer for our generation.
“There were times I would feel super tested… But music was always something I was really good at and loved, something that I could do that would impact other people’s lives.”
A true creative polymath—Jesse Jo Stark has seamlessly interplayed between the worlds of fashion and music, with the success of someone far beyond her 26 years. We get the in’s and out’s on her latest adventures opening for Guns N’ Roses and working with The Sex Pistol’s Steve Jones.
Hidden behind an unassuming roll-down industrial door, on a tree-lined Brooklyn side street, is a treasure trove. It’s not a pot of gold, but for those who obsess over New York’s cultural history and the development of the city’s hip-hop scene in the 1980s, it might as well be. There, artist Eric Haze owns a […]
To hear him tell it, Jorge Morales’s career in fashion started in sixth grade. “I remember getting in trouble for talking to all the pretty girls.” Talking to pretty girls takes up a lot of Morales’s days lately: He’s a casting director who’s worked with brands and magazines to find the just-right talent who’ll help bring their aesthetic vision to life.
After years of refining her sound and taking in some advice from mentor Kanye West, Kacy Hill is ready to take on the world. We catch her just as her debut album drops to gain insight into the mind of an artist who is about to become very famous.
For AGOLDE designer Erin Meehan fashion always seemed like more of a fantasy, not something she thought she could actually work in.
The pair of Atlanta natives—aka Boothlord and Louie Duffelbags—met in junior high and have been making music together since.