In the first of a series, we take a moment to explore what ‘Buttoning Up’ means to people in the real world.
The ‘Buttoning Up’ discip..
Earlier this week at Rough Trade NYC, we hosted a showcase of British music for this year’s CMJ music marathon. Longfellow, Spring King, MONEY and The Crookes played to a packed crowd and all had killer performances. We caught up with three of the bands before their set, and second in our three part series is an interview with The Crookes.
Last night at Rough Trade NYC, we hosted a showcase of British music for this year’s CMJ music marathon. Longfellow, Spring King and The Crookes played to a pack crowd. We grabbed five minutes with each band before their set, and first in our three part series is an interview with Longfellow.
He’s playing drums with Damon Albarn and The Heavy Seas, a DJ and producer and then he’s got a definite sense of sartorial style. We talk to Pauli LoveJoy(Paul Stanley-McKenzie) about fashion and music inspiration, what it’s like to be in a band with The Heavy Seas and his favourite ways to accessorize a look when wearing a suit.
We caught up with The Heavy bassist, Dan, during the filming of their ESPN 2013 NFL Draft Telecast with 50 Cent.
We caught up with Tim at the launch of ’50 Years of British Style Culture’ to talk Valentine’s Day, life on the road and his biggest style regret.
Last night at The Union Square Ballroom, NYC, we hosted a showcase of British music with the British Consulate-General of New York City for this year’s CMJ music marathon. Alveraz Kings, Tango in the Attic and Dignan Porch played to a pack crowd, who enjoyed London themed gin cocktails from Bulldog Gin. We grabbed five minutes with each band before their set, and first in our three part series is an interview with Alveraz Kings.
Last week we opened our Mod_ular Blanc space on the first floor of our Commercial Street store. Indie record label Acid Jazz, are the first people to take up residency with their pop up record shop, over six weeks Acid Jazz will be hosting a series of events and be open each day so you can track down some rare vinyl. We sat down with Acid Jazz founder Eddie Piller over a pint to talk about the summer of ’87, Ray Charles’ birthday party and Miles Kane.
We sat down with Jon and Matt from Ben Sherman favourites, Dry The River, just before they played our GQ Carnaby Street Shopping Event last night. Topics of discussion included this summer’s festivals highlights, Bill Murray and then we quizzed them with some tricky ‘river trivia’.