"with Jersey Club getting recognition worldwide, I wanted to educate people on its history but in a fun creative way. I decided to make a mixtape remixing some of the Jersey, Baltimore and Philly club classics. I included some of the original songs from artists I used to listen to  when I was younger, like Rod Lee and DJ Tameil so everyone can see hear how much club music has evolved. The New Klassiks."

UNiiQU3 has just released her first mixtape on Lit City Trax and it is wonderful.
Find both the mixtape and an interview over at Dazed Digital:



1. Kelela - Cut 4 Me

2. Beyoncé - Beyoncé

3. Kanye West - Yeezus

4. Inc. - No World

4. Tyler, the Creator - Wolf

5. Foals - Holy Fire

6. Ciara - Ciara

7. M.I.A. - Matangi

8. Childish Gambino - Because of the Internet

9. Miley Cyrus - Bangerz

10. Jay Z - Magna Carta Holy Grail


Last Week I interviewed one of my favourite DJs: Kitty Cash. Her first mixtape: Love the Free recently came out and features all exclusive unreleased songs by amazing artists such as Kelela, Kilo Kish and Vic Mensa.

Check out the mixtape here:
And the (Dutch) interview here:!/10700/Interview:_Kitty_Cash.html

Photos by Laura Andalou!


You can now find the new Taschen magazine free for download on their website:
They announce many wonderful new publications in the magazine, such as the Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen, accompanied by wonderful illustrations. There is however one new book that stood out to me especially and that is the one evolving around the art of Hieronymus Bosch.

Hieronymus Bosch was a fifteenth century Dutch painter, whose paintings look nothing like his contemporaries. His mysterious and highly imaginative style is unique for the time they were painted in. However, the themes that can be found in his paintings are typical for that age. This combination makes the paintings extra fascinating.

This baby will set you back a 100 pounds as soon as it is published, but with incredible fold-outs and the always high standard prints Taschen can be accounted for, it will definitely be worth it.


Right next to le Jardin des Plantes in Paris, you can find the Paris Zoo: La Ménagerie. Being the oldest zoo ever made, they do not have any large animals like elephants. They do, however, have a wide variety of smaller animals and species you will not see in your local zoo. You can find more information on their website.



Last week, the wonderful ladies from Redmond Amsterdam organised a screening and conversation around Nirit Peled’s film: Say My Name.
Peled shows us the stories of several women who are trying to find their way in the masculine world of hiphop music. Featuring ladies such as Erykah Badu, Rah Digga, MC Lyte, Sparky Dee and Estelle.

Their stories are inspiring and real. The film is far from condescending or sad (okay, maybe a bit sad at times). Peled found a way to put in humour while addressing the serious issues women face when trying to make it as a “female-MC”.

Also: big up for Redmond in general, they are hosting cool events and put out a great message.

You can find the trailer over here:

While Hood By Air is taking the fashion industry by storm and Rihanna is -shamelessly- stealing the Ghetto Goth style it’s time to finally devote a post to one of music’s most amazing DJs: Venus X.
The girl did too many cool things to sum up in this post but as the founder of the GHE20G0TH1K partys she deserves the credit for Ghetto Gothic.
Check out this interview with her:


Two weeks ago Amber London dropped her new mixtape: a 26 song long tape named Tru 2 tha Phonk.

Tru 2 tha Phonk it is. Her 90s vibe is still going strong. The only female rapper of the Raider Klan / Rvdxr Klvn / Black Money World is one of its best members and one to keep in sight.


Download Tru 2 tha Phonk:


VuThéara Kam is a so-called “iphoneographer” who only uses his iPhone 4 to make the beautiful photographs on his instagram. I wouldn’t hesitate to just call him a photographer and definitely recommend his instagram full of (romantic) Paris-pictures.


COS just posted this amazing home, situated in Oita, Japan. More information can be found on Archdaily:
"I have always had doubts about streets and houses being separated by a single wall, and wondered that a gradation of rich domain accompanied by various senses of distance between streets and houses might be a possibility, such as: a place inside the house that is fairly near the street; a place that is a bit far from the street, and a place far off the street, in secure privacy.
That is why life in this house resembles to living among the clouds. A distinct boundary is nowhere to be found, except for a gradual change in the domain. One might say that an ideal architecture is an outdoor space that feels like the indoors and an indoor space that feels like the outdoors. In a nested structure, the inside is invariably the outside, and vice versa. My intention was to make an architecture that is not about space nor about form, but simply about expressing the riches of what are `between` houses and streets.”

Their own site: