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A Pomo remix of a Hall + Oates classic, a comeback video by SSION, new NVDES and more in our week of music

NVDES feat. REMMI: D.Y.T (Do Your Thing) With a minimal but banging electronic riff, NVDES’ new track “D.Y.T (Do Your Thing)” is the first single from their upcoming EP La Nvdité Vol. 2. Featuring effortless vocals from REMMI, the song builds seamlessly into a high-energy bop. NVDES is currently on a US tour which will finish up early next month in San Diego. SSION: Comeback …

Interview: David Chipperfield

We speak with the celebrated architect and new Driade artistic director about fostering the iconic Italian design house

Sir David Chipperfield is decidedly one of the most globally recognized personalities in architecture and design. His award-winning work has been recognized many times over for its simplicity and clarity of vision, and recently, he was appointed as artistic director of Driade, the iconic Italian design house. Now part of the industrial holding company ItalianCreationGroup, Driade was founded by Enrico Astori, Antonia Astori and Adelaide …

Elvis Presley: That’s All Right

On what would have been his 80th birthday this week, Elvis Presley’s first-ever recording was auctioned off for $300,000. Though many fans may not know this ballad—called “My Happiness”—it was an essential stepping stone in his career. Presley had gone on his own to Sun Records to record the song, and six months later they called him in to do two more. While he was …

Cool Hunting Video: Icon Derelict

We return to LA to check out the latest in the auto shop's Derelict series of reborn automobiles

A few years ago, we profiled the ICON 4X4 Bronco on a trip to Los Angeles. For our Rare Discoveries Series with The Macallan, we returned to Jonathan Ward’s exceptional shop to explore the journey of one of his newer projects: the Derelict Series. Ward—never one to set a common goal—has spent the last several years collecting and revamping American classics. He takes these vintage …

Harold Burrage: You Eat Too Much

‘Tis the season in the USA, when it’s time to gather around, give thanks and load up our plates. Holiday tunes of the Thanksgiving variety are in short order, but thanks to the Chicago blues and soul singer Harold Burrage, we have a track to toast a turkey leg to. “You Eat Too Much” is a bluesy homage to holiday feasting at its finest, replete …