Man, today was the day for laughing at the concept of “fame”. It’s funny when people you know become well-known. When I saw this cover of BPM with MisShapes gracing the cover, I nearly pooed myself. I couldn’t believe it! What a twilight zone experience. The article goes on to reveal that the MisShapes are […]
Last night I headed over to Rebel, which is *gasp* midtown east, making it my second night in a row in that neighborhood–which is kinda like a nightmare of mine. But I sucked it up in order to see the great Scottish band, The Cinematics, who I have gushed about 10x over on this site. […]
A few times a year, women and gay men around New York City gather to push each other around, knock each other over, and engage in elbow-to-elbow combat–all for the sake of fashion. Recall events like the Great Barney’s Season Clearance Debacle of 2004 and the Prada Sample Sale Massacre of 2001–incidents that forever changed […]
I just want to point you to this excellent article by Tricia Romano about the phenomenon of non-celebs demanding to be photographed like real famous people, and the party photogs that shoot them.
Every year at the end of October, hundreds of journalists (around 600 this year) and thousands of international music lovers break out their heavy winter jackets, hats, and gloves and flood the city of Reykjavik, Iceland for the Iceland Airwaves music festival. Although Reykjavik is the capital city, the population hovers just under 200,000 people–which […]
And now, a post from my special correspondent, Bao: Laura was kind enough to ask me and Mike to report the madness known as the Hennessy Artistry event at Capitale featuring the Strokes, Kanye West, Goldfrapp, and Carl Cox whilst she was away in Iceland seeing bands that play their guitars with a drumstick. Here […]
Please RSVP to the email indicated in the flyer before NOON today. In other Stolen Transmission news, Ultra is famous. Check out the Marc Spitz-penned profile of her in the music issue of Vanity Fair.
In honor of the release of Beyonce’s new album I recreated my “Dangerously In Love with Beyonce” series from 2003. Now presenting, “Dangerously In Love with Beyonce (Part 2)”
The MisShapes get a huge piece in the NY Times style section…during Fashion Week!
Bao took me to another fashion week party… They didn’t have gin at the bar which made me sad… The Kills performed and the MisShapes DJed… But one of the best moments of the night was when I told Hugh Harris, lead guitarist for one of my very favorite bands of the moment, The Kooks, […]