Manchester band WU LYF, short for World Unite! Lucifer Youth Foundation, are mysterious as hell–they don’t do interviews and don’t divulge much to the press. They just premiered a new song at BBC’s Maida Vale studios called “Brooklyn Girls” as well as performed a track favorite off their debut album Go Tell Fire To The Mountain, called “L Y F”. WU LYF’s debut album is out September 6.
Megan McIsaac is a 21 year old photographer based in Portland, Oregon. She shoots only film. Her photographic oeuvre is a quotidien dossier on her environment–both deeply personal, introspective, and moving–a remembrance of yesterday’s otherwise forgotten hours.
As Fall approaches its tachiagari time over at Dover Street Market . This window display by Matt Clark, entitled “Ship of Fools,” is “…based upon his interest in narrative, this piece began as a simple play on words. Depicting the human condition, it is a sculpture inspired by sculpture.”
Photography Tatiana Leshkina, Clothing by Eric Hart
Factory by Eric Hart, Resort/Holiday 2011
Artwork by Erik Hart
Erik Hart’s unique label Factory by Erik Hart fuses fashion, art, sound, installation, and so on. His website is a diary of sorts of an eclectic flotsam of visual assemblage that is instantly recognizable as Hart’s own. www.factorycollection.com
New photography by Moscow based Lena Vazhenina. Check out her spread in the first issue of AUTRE!
Twin Sister release their first music video for the track Bad Street off their upcoming album In Heaven due out late September. “Shot at lead singer Andrea Estella’s family’s house in Long Island and populated by her bandmates, friends, and family, the video is a genuine peek into one of the many worlds that have shaped Twin Sister’s wide ranging styles.” Directed by Dan Devine.
Dustin Lynn reading Autre Quarterly.