Premiere: Jacques Greene “Afterglow”

We speak with the Montreal DJ/producer about the visuals complementing his sound

From his just-released debut LP, Montreal-based Jacques Greene‘s “Afterglow” video is premiering exclusively on Cool Hunting. DJ/producer Greene has been making vibey, R&B-influenced, synth-heavy music for years—releasing his first EP in 2012—and his full-length record Feel Infinite has been highly anticipated for good reason. The concept album is centered on and in tribute to nightlife and the club. Today, the artist has premiered the video …

City Guide: Paris

Must-sees and hidden treasures in one of the world's most charming cities

There’s no doubt Paris—lovingly known as La Ville-Lumière—is one of the most romantic, charming cities in the world. When visiting, there are globally recognized must-see spots for checking off the list; ascending the Eiffel Tower, touring the Louvre and wandering the banks of the Seine. Equally impressive, however, are the countless hidden gems scattered across the varied arrondissements. From the city’s long and fascinating history …

City Guide Spotlight: New York City

Ahead of this week's art bonanza, we update our list of must-visit spots

A few days ahead of NYC’s hectic and inspiring Armory Week, Scope and Pulse Art Fairs, we embarked upon an overhaul of our NYC City Guide. While there were some stalwarts that needed to be added, New York City‘s ever-evolving nature means plenty of brand new spots made the list. Whether you’re looking for a serene but well-located hotel (The Ludlow), an unforgettable dinner (Rebelle), …

Three Exceptional NYC Bars in Unexpected Locations

Worthy food and drink adventures in lesser-wandered neighborhoods

New York City forever defies expectations. Strolling a different street on the way from work to one’s home can reveal a masked gem that’s been quietly entertaining for years. One subway stop from routine might be a perfect aesthetic match for drinking and dining. Brooklyn grabs plenty of global attention, and yet it’s just one borough in a city that extends beyond boroughs. While it’s …

Word of Mouth: Reykjavik Nightlife

With seasons of never-ending light, in this city parties start late and stay strong

Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice—and for good reason. Contrast is part of the Icelandic landscape and identity. Glaciers sit alongside steaming hot springs, snow-capped mountains run into black-sand beaches and in the capital of Reykjavik, the island nation’s rich cultural heritage exists in harmony with cutting-edge art and design. In the daylight hours (which change drastically with the season of …