• Mixtape Monday: Hella Fresh

    Mixtape Monday: Hella Fresh from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Wilson Phillips – Hold on Madonna – Vogue Bon Jovi – Blaze of Glory Technotronic – Pump up the Jam Sinead O’Connor – Nothing Compares 2 U Bell Biv Devoe – Poison Paula Abdul – Opposites Attract Billy Idol – Cradle of Love Lisa Stansfield – All Around the World Roxette – It Must Have Been Love

  • What We’re Loving: Opening Ceremony x Magritte

    Opening Ceremony will be memorializing the late artist, René Magritte, in their new line in May 2014. Iconic pieces such as Shéhérazade, The Lovers, and The King’s Museum will be available from head to toe. Opening Ceremony will be collaborating with Birkenstock, Vans, and Monolo Blahnik to make sure you’re walking the not-so-straight-and-narrow. Magritte ‘s Son of Man and Shéhérazade are two of the most recognized surrealist pieces in the genre. The world of Magritte is nothing short of a loony bin’s paradise, from distorting reality to deconstructing faces. We can’t wait to throw sheets over our head and rock these looks. Pre-order now at: http://www.openingceremony.us/products.asp?menuid=2&designerid=1993&view=all&main032414   

  • ANON Talks: Panama

    So a little over two weeks ago at this little event called SXSW, we got the chance to speak with various artists who came from all over the world to perform at the festival, fully knowing how chaotic and disorganized it truly is. Regardless of this, the artists had a great time and were willing to sit down with us between running to shows and shared some of their thoughts. The first of these artists to talk with us was Jarrah McCleary of Panama. He’s a cool dude with a definite passion for music (and is a little soft spoken). Turn up your speakers and enjoy! If you want to…

  • Mixtape Monday: LA for the Weekend

    Mixtape Monday: LA for the Weekend from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Pink Floyd – Comfortably Numb Dune Rats – Pogo Ty Segall – Wave Goodbye The Beatles – Octopus’s Garden Mac Demarco – Let My Baby Stay Radiohead – Fake Plastic Trees Shannon and the Clams – The Cult Song The Rolling Stones – Dead Flowers Death – Freakin Out

  • One for the Locals: The O’s

    Taylor Young and John Pedigo are The O’s. The O’s are Taylor Young and John Pedigo. One time, while they were out cocktailing, Pedigo threatened to Young that he was going to buy a banjo. A new banjo meant a new band; both Young and Pedigo had been in numerous band lineups up until this night in 2008. Following the bar, the duo sat on a bench at Vickery Park for 8 hours and came up with their band name, then they enjoyed some to-go tacos. The glamor doesn’t stop there, though. Three months later in 2009, the band’s first album “We Are The O’s” dropped on Idol Records. Then…

  • The Grand Budapest Hotel

    The Grand Budapest Hotel is a visual orgasm. After our private screening we were left begging for more, more, and more. More color. More perfect asymmetry. More young love (and some not so young). The film is heavily weighted in flash backs and forwards, as the author of The Grand Budapest Hotel (Tom Wilkinson) recollects an intimate dinner with Mr. Zero Moustafa (F. Murray Abraham). Mustafa indulges the young author (Jude Law) in how he obtained the Grand Budapest, which is where we meet the keystone, M. Gustave. Monsieur Gustave (Ralph Fiennes) is the perfect concierge. He knows everyone’s quirks, keeps everyone’s secrets, and gets it on with the old,…

  • JUAN WAUTERS talks SXSW, The Beatles, Selfies, and More

    Going into this interview, I knew nothing about Juan Wauters.  When I asked my brothers about him, they told me about The Beets and played some of his music, and it was great.  When I walked into Red 7 for his show, he had an American flag, a banner, and a luchador behind him.  I had no idea what I was about to see.  What I did see was pure gold.  I was lucky enough to score an interview with Juan Wauters.  Let me just tell you, he is an awesome guy!   ANON: How are you liking SXSW so far? Juan Wauters: We just rolled in.  We haven’t been…

  • Mixtape Monday: The Luck of the Irish

    Mixtape Monday: The Luck of the Irish from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Dropkick Murphys – I’m Shipping up to Boston The Fighting Jamesons – Drunken Sailor Delorentos – Basis Of Everything Flogging Molly – Float Southern – World Don’t Shine Black 47 – The Big Fellah The Gobshites – A Drunken Night In Dublin The Kilmaine Saints – The Saints Are Up!

  • SXSW: Where To Go, What To Do, And Who To See

    So you’re in Austin and are still trying to figure out what to do, where to go, and who to see? AND CAN I SEE RYAN GOSLING THOUGH? Yeah, us too. Now that we’ve been a few times to SXSW and Austin in general, we figured we might as well share our expert guide with you. Tip: Don’t expect to go to absolutely everything because you totally won’t. Trust us.  1. The Best Events The best events are free events. Or $5 events. Those are okay too. Tuesday: 6:00pm-10:15pm – Make Fuzzy Tracks @ The Key – ft. Run River North, Vandella, French Cassettes, and more 8:00pm-12:00am – Hype Machine’s…

  • Gents, Pack Your Bags for SXSW

    We know that the ladies get a lot of attention at SXSW. They’re seen all over the interwebs with their crop tops, floppy hats, and snazzy sunnies. Don’t let them outshine you! Here are few essentials to make sure that you’re the best dressed. Doodles Homme Red Squid Tee Shirt American Apparel Le New Big Pocket Tank   21Mens Acid Wash Jeans Topman Multi-Coloured Print Shorts Urban Outfitters Natural Straw Banded Fedora Topman Converse Tan Canvas Hi Tops House of Hounds Max Brogue Boot Ray-Ban Clubmaster Herschel Supply Co. Belt Bag

  • Mixtape Monday: SXSW 2014

    Mixtape Monday: SXSW 2014 from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Blouse – Into Black Diarrhea Planet – Ugliest Son Heavenly Beat – Tradition Ty Segall – The Hill Dum Dum Girls –  Lost Boys And Girls Club Coachwhips – You Gonna Get It Kurt Vile – Girl Called Alex Kelis – Jerk Ribs Saint Rich – Officer Ex-Cult – Knives On Both Sides The Coup – The Guillotine Upset – You And I Stardeath And White Dwarfs – Smokin’ Pot Makes Me Not Want To Kill Myself Son of Stan – Corsica

  • Ladies, Pack Your Bags for SXSW

    SXSW is here! (We weren’t sure if you noticed…) And, while we will probably wait until the night before to pack, that doesn’t mean you should follow suit. Hell, some of us still need to shop. Here’s some outfit essentials you should bring that’ll get you on everybody’s ‘Best Dressed’ list this year.   American Apparel Cotton Spandex Sleeveless Crop Top     Urban Outfitters Pins And Needles Crochet Bralette   Urban Outfitters Urban Renewal Vintage Levi’s 505 & 501 Jean     Forever 21 Throwback Patches Denim Skirt Charmed School Vintage DANGEROUS LIASON DRESS     American Apparel Houndstooth Ponte Sleeveless Skater Dress     Urban Outfitters Dr. Martens…

  • What We’re Loving: Culture Machine X Gypsy East

    Creative collective, Culture Machine, teamed up with travelling designer clan Gypsy East to bring you “Forest, For Us.” The girls from Gypsy East hand-made septum rings, chokers, and anklets for the shoot. Emily styled the shoot with select pieces from the Meadham Kirchhoff x Topshop collaboration range. The story was shot at Centennial Park in Sydney featuring best friends, Hannah Perera and Karina Anne Hunt. Artwork by Emily Louise McGuinness Photographer: Yasmin Suteja (Culture Machine) Stylist: Emily Louise McGuinness HMUA: Nick Plummer Models: Hannah Perera and Karina Anne Hunt

  • Mixtape Monday: One Time For Ya’ Mind

    Mixtape Monday: One Time For Ya’ Mind from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Lymbyc System – Truth Skull The Album Leaf – Twenty Two Fourteen Dimlite – Oh Star… Explosions In The Sky – Home Decoder Ring – Rough Sex Thomas Newman – Any Other Name My Dad Vs. Yours – Tanz Mit Uno Tommy Guerro – Years of the Monkey

  • One For The Locals: Ishi

    When JT Mudd and Brad Dale began their musical experiment in 2006, they probably didn’t consider that they would one day be sharing stages with acts like New Order, SBTRKT, Phoenix, Passion Pit, Pretty Lights, Big Boi, Neon Indian, Toro y Moi, and Marina & the Diamonds. Lo and behold, they have. Ishi has long passed the gauntlet of festival validation, playing SXSW, Meltdown Music Festival, Wicker Park Festival, etc. to great audience and critical acclaim. In 2010, the release of Ishi’s critically acclaimed freshman album “Through the Trees”  won awards from the Dallas Observer for Best New Act & Best Electronic/Dance Act. The sophomore album, “Digital Wounds,” was released in…