Dazed features fashion, art, culture and music, with exclusive interviews, photo stories and innovative projects involving today's most exciting musicians, designers, writers, thinkers and artists, with contributors from all over the globe. United Kingdom.
Issue highlights: Global Scenes––New frequencies are seeping through the rubble of 2021: Greece's ATH Kids, Palestine's Radio Alhara, new metal in Montreal, and NYC's Montez Press Radio; The Collective Consciousness––On both sides of the Atlantic, meet the new formations remixing the culture we thought we knew; Group Therapy; Stop Signs; Chaos Magic––Meet cktrl, Duval Timothy and Azekel, songwriters turning the sonics and spirit of London into something new; Tirzah––With her new album, Colourgrade, Tirzah turns pop music in to paintings; Notes From Tomorrow––Virgil Abloh, Maximilian Davis, Martine Rose, Lev Tanju and Florence Tétier have all eschewed industry norms, and built a new fashion narrative that prioritises community. Here, they tell us what the future holds; To Dream Is To See; Higher Than the Sun; Amapiano––Beats are colliding, pianos are dipping, and bass is breaking the ceilings in South Africa: this is amapiano, a new sound of freedom; Michael Gandolfini––Over lockdown, we all binge-watched The Sopranos, including Michael Gandolfini - yes, son of James - in preparation for his role as a young Tony Soprano in the upcoming film, The Many Saints of Newark; Extended Family; Eyes Wide Shut; Sea and Be Seen; Pull It Together; Familia Real; God Bless Bim; Rihanna––To know Rihanna is to quite simply love her. Perpetual Ri stan Durga Chew-Bose breaks down why the pop star is the woman we are all willing to wait for; Lift Off; Island Life; Short Circuit; Hue Rules; Pastures New; Same Spells, New Rituals; Definitely, Maybe; Mickalene Thomas, Six Degrees of Separation, and more!
9 x 12", 333 pages
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