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Poetic Portraits: Perfume Genius

Back from issue 57, one of our favourite ever shoots published in full: the unparalleled queer troubadour Perfume Genius, iconically photographed by James Anastasi.

‘Perfume Genius / Kris Van Assche’

Photographer / James Anastasi

Stylists / Seb Law & Alexis Knox

Hair / David Wadlow using Bumble & Bumble

Fashion …



What The Folk?

Lynn Roberts of For Folk’s Sake fills us in on what’s been happening in her genre of expertise over the past month.

Festival season kicked off with the Great Escape last month in Brighton when everyone was talking about Django Django. Coming up this month there are tons of great …



London In Stereo Presents… Gigs Of The Week #4

We are back from The Great Escape and we are musically satiated. Planet Notion saw around ten bands, which we reckon is pretty good going for one person, one day’s commuting to the coast in the soaking rain, one day drinking 7.8% cider and one day being hungover. O_o. The


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Dialogues: Kris Van Assche

The Belgian born, Kris Van Assche may be more familiar as Dior Homme’s saving grace. Little did you know he’s also a big name on the fashion campus in his own right. For issue 57, we shot Mike Hadreas, aka perfume genius, exclusively in the designer’s self titled label,


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Perfume Genius’ New Single ‘Dark Parts’

Perfume Genius is the alter lyrical genius ego of Mr Mike Hadreas who has held a precious place in our hearts since we got wind of his positively piano ballad laden album – ‘Put Your Back N 2 It’ – hence our feature-length dialogue and accompanying shoot in the latest



Album Review: Perfume Genius – Put Your Back N 2 It

Back in the days of Myspace, on a band’s profile they could choose up to three genres to align themselves with. In amongst such varied styles as Tropical Punk and Spoken Word there was one called Melodramatic Pop Song. The latest album from Mike Hadreas, aka Perfume Genius, is without …


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Introducing our BOTW: Therapies Son

Many critics are now hopping onto the “hate wagon” (what a mighty fine machine it is too) regarding the most recent lo-fi offerings that this century’s second decade has thrown up. What a change of heart, eh? Everyone was all about Wavves and Best Coast all of five minutes ago- …