Link About It: This Week's Picks
1. Robo-Ants are Future Factory Workers Palm-sized robotic ants may one day take over industrial factories, but instead of being pests, these android insects will help out on the assembly line. German robotics company Festo came up with the idea...
Black Weirdos Meets Twin Peaks for A/W 14
For their A/W 2014 collection, Japanese label Black Weirdos has gone deep into Ghostwood Forest. The delightfully odd menswear brand has created a line that is inspired by all things Twin Peaks—no doubt scaring and thrilling fans of the show. There...
Young Dreams: First Days of Something
Following our first installment last week, we continue to chart our musical findings at CH with ListenUp, a recap of the songs we Tweeted throughout the week.
Twin Peaks: Stand In The Sand
On Tuesday the enigmatic Swedish duo Sally Shapiro dropped Somewhere Else, their third full-length album and first in nearly four years. You won't catch them live anytime soon, as they continue their notorious stance against touring, but you can glean...
Sally Shapiro feat. Electric Youth: Starman
Oslo-based director Kristoffer Borgli lends his distinct cinematic touch to "First Days of Something," a song off of Young Dreams' soon-to-release album Between Places. In a music video that feels much more like a short film with an excellent soundtrack...
Following our first installment last week, we continue to chart our musical findings at CH with ListenUp, a recap of the songs we Tweeted throughout the week. Young Dreams: First Days of Something Oslo-based director Kristoffer Borgli lends his...
We couldn't help but immediately add a second #ListenUp track to Thursday when Atoms For Peace released their video for "Ingenue," which is seemingly a follow-up to Thom Yorke's conceptual dance video for the Radiohead song Lotus Flower. Enlisting...
Hanni El Khatib: Family
We brightened up a cold, rainy Wednesday in NYC with a little fun from the young Chicago rockers Twin Peaks, whose video for "Stand In The Sand" has us eagerly anticipating the carefree days of summer. The rebellious band of teenagers are already carving...
Atoms For Peace: Ingenue
Before turning to music full time, Hanni El Khatib was the talented creative director behind cult skateboard label Huf, and it's easy to see both his artistic background and penchant for the Thrasher side of life in the video for "Family." Directed...