Thick 100% Cotton with double sided print (LUCKYME / All Seeing Aye). This isnt a flimsy disposable tote bag. Comfortably fits 12" Vinyl, lots of packets of Haribo and small pets.
Whether you called it electro, indie dance, or were too busy scouring the internet for MP3s to care about a genre name, NEVER BE ALONE AGAIN: How Bloghouse United the Internet and the Dancefloor connects the disparate parts of an under-documented era in the first book focused on the musical and cultural phenomenon called bloghouse.
For a brief period in the mid-2000s, a network of independent music bloggers and fans merged the digital and physical worlds in a never-before-seen way. Their punk-inspired DIY ethos elevated noname DJs, music producers, and parties to a level of international success that was quickly eclipsed by corporatized EDM and the music festival boom. But before that, for a moment, there was bloghouse.
NEVER BE ALONE AGAIN: How Bloghouse United the Internet and the Dancefloor chronicles the rise of the DJ-slash-It Girl, roaming party photography, illegal Mp3 file sharing, canonical scene reports of bloghouse capitals Los Angeles and Paris, the overlooked impact of suburban Latino communities on nightlife, Kanye West’s contribution to the movement, and the slow death of the blog itself.
With a foreword from DJ/producer A-Trak, the highly anticipated new book features over 50 original interviews with DJs, cultural icons, and industry insiders, including A-TRAK, Acid Girls, Bag Raiders, The Cobrasnake, The Bloody Beetroots, The Cool Kids, Chromeo, Crookers, Does It Offend You, Yeah?, Flosstradamus, Franki Chan, Girl Talk, The Hood Internet, The Hype Machine, The Knocks, Myspace Music, MSTRKRFT, Nick Catchdubs, Paul Devro, The Presets, The Rapture, Simian Mobile Disco, Spank Rock, Steve Aoki, Van She Tech, and many more.
Language : English
Paperback : 161 pages
ISBN-10 : 0578983001
ISBN-13 : 978-0578983004
Dimensions : 12.7 x 0.94 x 20.32 cm
Candle and Vinyl Bundle:$80.00
Icons X Joya - Candle Candle
Icons Vinyl, 2×LP Clear Blue
Available: December 1, 2021
Icons candle designed by Brooklyn's Joya Studio to evoke the location of field recordings on the record: from the Odysseus Cave at Mljet, Croatia to New York’s Lower East Side. Produced in an edition of 150.
Top Notes: Italian mandarin, black pepper, tea tree, carrot and celery seed oils Heart: jasmine, juniperberry, pineapple, baijiu and rose blossom
Drydown: Atlas Cedarwood, Chinese coumarin, Canadian fir needle, cypress and incense
Joya is a scent brand and design studio based in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
Established in 2006 by Frederick Bouchardy, the company produces perfumes, candles, diffusers, soaps, art objects and environmental scent creations dispersed into the air through gas atomization technology.
Joya is known for its own selectively distributed collections and for collaborations with emerging artists and established global brands—crafted in-house from beginning to end.
The studio houses all of the company’s operations—design and development, production, warehousing and an award-winning flagship storefront—and has been featured in Vogue, The New York Times, WWD, Wallpaper* and Hypebeast. The space is also a Prix Versailles Special Prize for an Interior North America winner, a Building Brooklyn Award winner, an honoree in the Interior Design Best of the Year and NYCxDesign Awards—and received an honorable mention from the American Architecture Prize.
Includes WAV/FLAC Download of Icons+