Fiona Walden is French, super cool, singing like a proper english native. Sometimes, if you close your eyes, you might think that a men is singing, but it is not. In between Patti Smith, PJ Harvey or Janis Joplin she's surfing between electro, western and folk music. She's influenced by all that surrounds her, from countryside, to the ocean, from surfing to falling in love. Here is her first official video clip but you could hear more from her if you have a look on her youtube. Her EP, Wanted, will be out on the 16th of March and you should get it !
For the first time in brand history, Sandro Homme presented the Fall-Winter 2015-2016 collection during the Paris Fashion Week at le Palais de Tokyo.
Ilan Chetrite, Creative Director of Sandro Homme, sets the scene for the new collection against a fragment of wall
which could have been lifted straight from a Parisian street. Flyers of punk groups introduce a strong visual element to this collection. The iconographic images, stitched
with white thread, are positioned on both sides of the pieces. Kaki, military-inspired parkas over
fitted black suits, carcoats and leathers comprise the first part of the collection, while high-waisted straight leg trousers
are cut short at the ankle. White socks and oversize shoes complete the concrete jungle-ready look, a tribute to the
Post - Punk / New Wave transitional period.
Daniel Johnston is a musician, singer, songwriter and a great artist. He is recognized as the "inventor" of the Lo-Fi music wich will influence Nirvana, Sonic Youth and many other great bands. He has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder but it is so moving to see him sing his songs. His lyrics are naives but so deep and true, that makes him one of the most important songwriter in the underground scene. Here is a live of "Life in Vain" first published on his record "FUN" in 1994.
Last year in September, we had the luck to take part of the Hip Wiggler Invitationnal, organized by James Parry and hosted by Joe Davies in Jersey, UK.
Although waves and weather were less than desirable, we were all so enthusiast to be here that we had a perfect week with huge partys and loads of fun.
"No matter the conditions, no matter the weather, no matter if it's raining, no matter if it's cold, no matter if it's windy, there is always something to go for." We had this afterthought two years ago during a terrible spring. This reflection was more than ever true down there with classics surfboards and friends...
Sir James Parry, Monsieur Joel, we all hope that it could be possible to go once again for such an event!