Dilemma: your crush is going to be at the same fourth of July BBQ as you, and after the fireworks you’d really like to segway the celebrations into something more…romantic. But you’d like to keep your lipstick on your own face, and off of your crush’s, if–no–when you two finally get to make out. So
Stories by Victoria Durden
From Diddy’s B-Day to Alexander Wang’s Wacky Event Location, DJ Ruckus Tells Us Tales of Parties’ Past
For all the party voyeurism social media has enabled in the past five years, we can’t help but reminisce with DJ Ruckus about a simpler time when the misdeeds and misbehavior of celebrities wasn’t so easily captured. Before DJing for the likes of Jay-Z, Diddy, Steven Spielberg, and his residency at the Hakkasan in Las Vegas,
What were you doing when you were 18? You were probably busy finishing up your last year of high school, or, if you were lucky, gearing up to move out of your parent’s house so you could move into a college dorm (joy!) and finally experience life without a curfew. For 18-year old singer-songwriter Soren
Melbourne-based musician Martha Brown aka Banoffee exploded across the internet’s vast soundscapes back in 2013 when she released her widely shared debut single “Ninja“. Since then, we’ve seen periodic spurts of her effervescent breathy pop music with r&b sensibilities come out of her camp, all of which have been formidable follow ups to her “Ninja” success.