This is it, guys. Labor Day weekend is just a couple of days away and you know what that means—summer is officially winding down.
We can’t wait to have one last summer blowout before the start of fall, and you better believe we have the perfect playlist for you featuring all our favorite bangers of the season from The Weeknd, Alabama Shakes, and more.
Django Django has taken the name of their song “Pause Repeat” very literally for their latest music video. Taking inspiration from the title, bassist Jimmy Dixon worked with illustrator and film-maker Dan Brereton to create this stop-motion video captured on a cellphone and the result is mesmerizing.
The bouncy dance track is taken off their sophomore album Born Under Saturn. Check out the vibrant video below!
The video for The Drums’ latest single “There Is Nothing Left” (starring transgender model Hari Nef) is a delight and begins like any typical indie boy-meets-girl promo –– until it quickly devolves into something totally unexpected. Just when you think you know what’s going to down after the initial twist, the surprises keep coming. Check it out below, but be forewarned: nothing is what it seems in this video!
Kate Ogata of The Fancy Pants Report took us along for the ride as she attended Outside Lands this weekend. See what she chose to get festival-ready below.
So excited to be attending Outside Lands 2015! For Day 1, I wanted to incorporate a couple music festival trends: embroidery and fringe. I love subtle details like the tribal print stripe along the chest—an off-the-shoulder top is a summer is essential in my book. The deep red of the Mini Fiona Bucket Bag is my nod to fall and I’m looking forward to wearing it all season.
Day 2: I found the jacket I’ll be living in all fall long! This oversized military-inspired jacket is lightweight and versatile—perfect for my chunky flannel tops. Paired with a small, but
There’s nothing we love more than a unique take on a well-known pop song, so naturally we’re obsessed with Emilie & Ogden’s dreamy cover of T-Swift’s “Style.” Emilie Kahn’s minimalist harp arrangement and sweet vocals transforms the dance number into a simple yet stirring ballad. Prepare yourselves for all the feels while you watch below.