RockersNYC is proud to present the legendary crust punk band AMEBIX on their first tour in 22 years, and 1st US tour ever!!! The show was fast & heavy in all the right places, but the sound on our little camera suffered a bit (sorry!). Unlike many reunited bands, the magic is still there for AMEBIX, and their guest drummer Roy Mayorga of NAUSEA fucking killed it! This show reminded us why AMEBIX spawned the crust punk genre, and we cannot thank them enough for their epic performance.
Thursday, 26 February 2009
Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth is well known for experimentation and creativity through her music and visual art. Gordon directs her talents towards her newest project Mirror/Dash, designed exclusively for Urban Outfitters. The line's name carries over from Gordon's musical side project with partner Thurston Moore. See the entire collection and watch the interview with Kim Gordon here.
Chloe Sevigny's references are all over the map, from skinheads to Connecticut kids to St. Mark’s Place on her latest collection for Opening Ceremony. The line is a unisex venture, made for guys but scaled down to fit girls. See more collection here.
Larry Wolfley has snapped a thousand flash bulb over the years. He took some killer party shots as well as band photos from but not limited to Voetsek, Deadfall, Born/Dead, Retching Red, Rotten Fux, STFU. Plus an entire section of people being wasted. See his entire photos here.
Big thanks to Tank Crimes Records!
Wednesday, 25 February 2009
Tuesday, 24 February 2009
Sunday, 22 February 2009
William Rast is a lifestyle brand that defines American fashion. With a design team headed up by the best of the best, they have created a line which includes designer jeans, graphic T-Shirts, sweaters, outerwear, and more. The result is more than a nice pair of jeans, and a fancy shirt. It overlaps the gap between casual comfort and cosmopolitan cool.
Thursday, 19 February 2009
Wednesday, 18 February 2009
TOKYO!, three visionary directors (Michel Gondry, Leos Carax and Bong Joon-ho) come together for an omnibus triptych examining the nature of one unforgettable city as its shaped by the disparate people who live, work inside an enormous, constantly evolving, densely populated Japanese megalopolis — the enchanting and inimitable Tokyo.
In the tradition of such films as NEW YORK STORIES, NIGHT ON EARTH, PARIS JE TAIME and its forthcoming sequel NEW YORK I LOVE YOU, TOKYO! addresses the timeless question of whether we shape cities, or if cities shape us — while in the process, revealing the rich humanity at the heart of modern urban life.