The Internet Detail New Album, Share New Song: Listen

www. cialis 20m tabalafil have released another new song. Listen to “Come Over” below. Last month, they shared the track “cialis not working” along with cialis em portugal featuring appearances from Tyler, the Creator, Dev Hynes, Mac DeMarco, and more. Both “Come Over” and “Roll (Burbank Funk)” appear on the band’s upcoming record Hive Mind. Today, they’ve shared the album’s tracklist and artwork. Check them out below.

Hive Mind is due out July 20 (via Columbia). The band’s Matt Martians recently said of the album title, “If you google what ‘hive mind’ means, it’s basically a collective ego, a collective mind. You know, when people are together they have a collective mindset. And I think when we’re together we all have a common goal, and we move in the same direction.”

Hive Mind follows the Internet’s Grammy-nominated 2015 record Ego Death. Read “A Guide to the Internet (the Band)” on the Pitch.

Hive Mind:

01 Come Together
02 Roll (Burbank Funk)
03 Come Over
04 La Di Da
05 Stay the Night
06 Bravo
07 Mood
08 Next Time / Humble Pie
09 It Gets Better (With Time)
10 Look What U Started
11 Wanna Be
12 Beat Goes On
13 Hold On

The Internet’s Syd is playing this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival, which takes place from July 20-22 at Chicago’s Union Park. Tickets are available now.

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Watch Jay Rock and Kendrick’s New “WIN” Video

Jay Rock has shared the music video for “WIN,” his new single featuring contributions from Kendrick Lamar. In addition to Jay and Kendrick, the clip has cameos from Top Dawg artists SZA, Ab-Soul, Isaiah Rashad, and others. The visual is directed by frequent collaborator Dave Meyers, as well as TDE’s Dave Free. Watch below.

“WIN” is set to appear on Jay Rock’s forthcoming album REDEMPTION, out June 15 via Top Dawg/Interscope. Earlier this year, Jay shared the Black Panther single “King’s Dead.” REDEMPTION follows Jay Rock’s 2015 album 90059.

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Kendrick Lamar Accepts Pulitzer Prize

Kendrick Lamar accepted his 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Music today at Columbia University in New York. See images from the ceremony below, and catch the livestream on Facebook. According to reports, Kendrick received a standing ovation upon receiving the award. “It’s an honor,” he said during his acceptance. “Been writing my whole life, so to get this type of recognition is beautiful.”

Kendrick took home the award for his 2017 album DAMN., which the Pulitzer committee described as “a virtuosic song collection unified by its vernacular authenticity and rhythmic dynamism that offers affecting vignettes capturing the complexity of modern African-American life.” DAMN. also won Best Rap Album at the 2018 Grammy Awards. Kendrick is currently on the TDE Championship Tour, where a screen has been flashing the words “Pulitzer Kenny” on stage. Earlier today, Jay Rock shared a new video for his Kendrick collaboration, “Win.”

Read “With Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer Win, The World May Finally Be Catching Up to Rap” on the Pitch.

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Gorillaz Announce New Album The Now Now

Gorillaz have announced a new album called The Now Now. The LP was teased at thenownow.tv with a retro visual and the June 29 release date. Now, Zane Lowe has confirmed the announcement, and said that Damon Albarn will guest on his Beats 1 show tomorrow and premiere a new track.

The Now Now follows last year’s Humanz, which arrived stacked with guest appearances from Vince Staples, Kelela, Danny Brown, D.R.A.M. (“Andromeda”), Pusha T and Mavis Staples (“Let Me Out”), Kali Uchis, and others. In March, Gorillaz debuted a new track at a live show called “Hollywood” that features Snoop (though, the rapper wasn’t at the performance). Last fall, Lil Simz jumped on the track “Garage Palace.”

Read Pitchfork’s “Gorillaz Saw the Future of Pop Narratives.”

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Serena Williams’s Catsuit

Serena Williams has always been a risk taker. Her powerful look from her first match in Paris — a sleek black catsuit paired with sparkling SW shoes — highlights her relentless drive to break barriers and sends a strong message.

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The Off-White™ x Nike Football Collection Has a Potential Release Date

With the 2018 FIFA World Cup only a few short weeks away, we finally receive news of a potential release date for the highly-teased Off-White™ x Nike Football collection. Dedicated to the Beautiful Game, the capsule will include an array of footy items including jackets, hoodies, track pants, shorts, socks and a football. Also included in the collection is the black and white checkered football kit and both colorways of Nike Zoom Fly Mercurial Flyknit in black and orange.

According to @py_rates, the full Off-White™ x Nike Football Collection will drop on June 14, the same day the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Russia, ranging from $30 USD for the socks to $500 USD for the men’s jacket. Keep it locked here for a full unveil of the collection.

For more streetwear-inspired football kits, check out our recent feature: "10 Football Kits That Will Take You From the Streets to the Pitch Part 2."

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A Closer Look at the Off-White x Converse Chuck 70

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In a short time following the Off-White x Converse Chuck 70 releasing, images of another all-white colourway surfaced online.

So I thought, for the folks that missed out on getting the first pair in hand and are waiting for the next to drop, let’s take a closer look at “The Ten” latecomer.

I’d had it in my mind to rock these with shorts and high white socks; shout out LA, so I wasted no time between purchasing and getting these on foot. The sun doesn’t come around too often this side of the pond.

The lateral and medial sides of the shoe are 80% transparent, meaning your socks set the vibe and tell most of the story when you wear them. Those panels are made from a very thin, completely breathable, plastic netting I want to say. It’s the same material used on some of the other models from “The Ten” but without any of the reinforcement of the foam. It’s actually quite an impressive component of the shoe, as I know some people were concerned about condensation forming due to all the rubber and plastic.

In true Converse style, this iteration by Virgil is quite rigid and comfort is not its strong point. But that being said, it’s frozen-like state is an aspect that I really enjoy – it keeps the outline clean and doesn’t lose its high top shape. To me, the One Star brand has always built shoes we can enjoy by wearing them into the ground, and I’m not approaching this one any different.

It’s rumoured that the delay of this release from the original “Ten” was due to manufacturing issues and questions around the durability of the plastic netting material discussed earlier. Whether any of that is true or not, I think the Converse Chuck 70 deserved its own separate release from “The Ten” we saw late last year. Although acquired by the Swoosh 15 years ago, I think the Converse works well outside its predecessor’s collection. It definitely acts as an effective catalyst for the future of Off-White x Nike releases.

To illustrate my intentions and the shoe’s capabilities, I had a slightly wild idea for a video review. Enjoy below and please leave a thought or two in the comments.

Peace.

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Arrested Development Season 5 is now live on Netflix

“I’ve made a huge mistake.”

It may have been a while since you’ve heard GOB’s famous catch phrase, but there’s more where that came from.

Arrested Development Season 5 dropped today on Netflix . Creator Mitch Hurwitz promised that this season would be more in keeping with the original three seasons of Arrested Development, which aired from 2003 to 2006. But that might not be the only thing keeping viewers from reliving the delight of the original seasons.

Here’s how the story goes:

When the original three seasons aired on Fox in the early aughts, the show failed to get enough viewership and the series was cancelled. However, a cult following emerged that only grew stronger as the show was picked up by various streaming services.

Netflix signed a deal in 2013 to bring back Arrested Development for a fourth season, ten years after the series premiere aired on Fox.

While it was a valiant effort, the creators struggled to get the large band of cast members, many of whom had risen to new levels of fame, in a single location at once. This made for a disjointed and confusing season 4, with each episode dedicated to a different character’s story. In short, it wasn’t the Arrested Development we had spent 10 years loving.

Hurwitz went back to the drawing board on season four recently, ‘remixing’ the edits to transform the season into something more cohesive.

And today, Season 5 lands on Netflix.

But even with the remix, the series still faces a huge publicity problem.

About a week ago, the cast of Arrested Development sat down with The New York Times for an interview as part of the show’s press tour. In the interview, the cast is asked about allegations against Jeffrey Tambor (George Bluth Sr.) on the set of Transparent, as well as an incident where Tambor admitted to lashing out at Jessica Walter (Lucille Bluth) in a Hollywood Reporter interview.

If you haven’t read the interview, I suggest you do so now.

As Jessica Walter explains through tears that she’s never been treated in sixty years of working the way that Tambor treated her, her male costars (most notably Jason Bateman) went on to defend Tambor and excuse his behavior. Needless to say, this created a huge backlash and drove Netflix to cancel all appearances on the cast’s UK press tour.

Bateman, alongside Tony Hale and David Cross, later apologized for what they said in the interview.

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A Closer Look at the Off-White x Converse Chuck 70

words by @mrsteriyaki images by http://uristocrat.com/2013/09/babylon-cartel-2013-lookbook-codenamephantom/

In a short time following the Off-White x Converse Chuck 70 releasing, images of another all-white colourway surfaced online.

So I thought, for the folks that missed out on getting the first pair in hand and are waiting for the next to drop, let’s take a closer look at “The Ten” latecomer.

I’d had it in my mind to rock these with shorts and high white socks; shout out LA, so I wasted no time between purchasing and getting these on foot. The sun doesn’t come around too often this side of the pond.

The lateral and medial sides of the shoe are 80% transparent, meaning your socks set the vibe and tell most of the story when you wear them. Those panels are made from a very thin, completely breathable, plastic netting I want to say. It’s the same material used on some of the other models from “The Ten” but without any of the reinforcement of the foam. It’s actually quite an impressive component of the shoe, as I know some people were concerned about condensation forming due to all the rubber and plastic.

In true Converse style, this iteration by Virgil is quite rigid and comfort is not its strong point. But that being said, it’s frozen-like state is an aspect that I really enjoy – it keeps the outline clean and doesn’t lose its high top shape. To me, the One Star brand has always built shoes we can enjoy by wearing them into the ground, and I’m not approaching this one any different.

It’s rumoured that the delay of this release from the original “Ten” was due to manufacturing issues and questions around the durability of the plastic netting material discussed earlier. Whether any of that is true or not, I think the Converse Chuck 70 deserved its own separate release from “The Ten” we saw late last year. Although acquired by the Swoosh 15 years ago, I think the Converse works well outside its predecessor’s collection. It definitely acts as an effective catalyst for the future of Off-White x Nike releases.

To illustrate my intentions and the shoe’s capabilities, I had a slightly wild idea for a video review. Enjoy below and please leave a thought or two in the comments.

Peace.

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A Closer Look at the Off-White x Converse Chuck 70

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In a short time following the Off-White x Converse Chuck 70 releasing, images of another all-white colourway surfaced online.

So I thought, for the folks that missed out on getting the first pair in hand and are waiting for the next to drop, let’s take a closer look at “The Ten” latecomer.

I’d had it in my mind to rock these with shorts and high white socks; shout out LA, so I wasted no time between purchasing and getting these on foot. The sun doesn’t come around too often this side of the pond.

The lateral and medial sides of the shoe are 80% transparent, meaning your socks set the vibe and tell most of the story when you wear them. Those panels are made from a very thin, completely breathable, plastic netting I want to say. It’s the same material used on some of the other models from “The Ten” but without any of the reinforcement of the foam. It’s actually quite an impressive component of the shoe, as I know some people were concerned about condensation forming due to all the rubber and plastic.

In true Converse style, this iteration by Virgil is quite rigid and comfort is not its strong point. But that being said, it’s frozen-like state is an aspect that I really enjoy – it keeps the outline clean and doesn’t lose its high top shape. To me, the One Star brand has always built shoes we can enjoy by wearing them into the ground, and I’m not approaching this one any different.

It’s rumoured that the delay of this release from the original “Ten” was due to manufacturing issues and questions around the durability of the plastic netting material discussed earlier. Whether any of that is true or not, I think the Converse Chuck 70 deserved its own separate release from “The Ten” we saw late last year. Although acquired by the Swoosh 15 years ago, I think the Converse works well outside its predecessor’s collection. It definitely acts as an effective catalyst for the future of Off-White x Nike releases.

To illustrate my intentions and the shoe’s capabilities, I had a slightly wild idea for a video review. Enjoy below and please leave a thought or two in the comments.

Peace.

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OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Presto Restocks

In a surprise that no one saw coming, Nike has just restocked the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Presto — one of the crowning releases from Virgil Abloh’s “The Ten.”

The coveted shoe is available through Nike SNKRS to select account holders. Fetching as much as $1,000 on the secondary market, all of a sudden the shoe is again available for retail for a select few.

Check your Nike SNKRS account here to find out if you’ve been granted access.

OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Presto
OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Presto

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Here’s Every Sample A$AP Rocky Used on ‘Testing’

The wizards over at Bandstand have identified every sample A$AP Rocky used on his latest album, Testing, from Moby to jazz musician Roger Webb, Lauryn Hill to soul singer Lee Fields. This should come as good news to fans who, like us, are currently on their billionth play and trying to get those tingling déjà vu vibes under control. Watch the breakdown above.

Rocky’s latest drop has been a long time coming, so no doubt you, like the rest of the internet, have plenty to say about an album that took three years to make. And of course, samples aren’t the record’s only nods to high-profile performers. A peek at Testing’s insane production and features list, including the likes of Frank Ocean and Dev Hynes, makes that fact crystal clear.

Do you dig Testing? Let us know in the comments, and check out our review of the album right here.

Now check out the breakdown of all the samples Pusha-T used on DAYTONA.

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A First Look at the Super Rare Nike Epic React Flyknit “Belgium” Colorway

A brand new colorway of Nike‘s ever-popular Epic React Flyknit silhouette has just been leaked online by 2muchsol3. The multi-color "Belgium" sneaker features black, volt, blue, green, red and orange hits along the upper, while white makes up the Swooshes and sole.

The shoe, which doesn’t have a release date currently, is reportedly limited to only 1,888 pairs globally. Stay tuned for more information soon. In other sneaker news, here’s a closer look at the John Elliott x Nike LeBron Icon.

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Virgil Abloh x Nike “TEXTBOOK” Is Now Available to Read Online

Nike and Virgil Abloh have finally completed the entire original 10 collaborative sneakers with the final release of the Virgil Abloh Chuck Taylor 70. Now it appears a book, that originally released back in Fall 2017, has released online which chronicles the entire process.

Titled "TEXTBOOK", the Virgil Abloh x Nike "TEN ICONS RECONSTRUCTED" collection is forever bound in this 258-paged book — available seemingly as a large PDF file — that showcases the design elements and inspirations behind each model. Within the pages you’ll find imagery and text that coincide with The Ten, behind-the-scenes photos of Virgil, words spoken about the massive endeavor and more. Furthermore, the Foreward writes that research and background stories were prepared by the late sneaker journalist Gary Warnett.

Peruse a selection of the pages in the gallery above and read the entire 258-page book here. As the story continues, the next huge release between Virgil and Nike is the Air Jordan 1 "Powder Blue" which saw two consecutive releases on SNKRS.

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Nike Is Set to Debut the New Pre-Love OX Silhouette

Nike is on the verge of releasing a brand new retro-style sneaker for spring. Dubbed the Pre-Love OX, its sleek, streamlined silhouette resembles past Swoosh classics, namely, the Cortez and Night Track, however, does highlight artistic accents unique in its own right.

Bright yellow dresses the upper with stark hits of black making its way onto the oversized side Swooshes and aggressively-grooved outsole, while white adds additional contrast as seen on the midsole and ankle collar lining. Rounding out the new model is the reverse tongue tag labels, in addition to the words “NIKE” and “SWOOSH” landing on heel the counters of each shoe. Although specific release details have still yet to be confirmed, the new Nike Pre-Love OX is believed to drop online sometime in June.

In other footwear news, here is a first look at the super rare Nike Epic React Flyknit "Belgium" colorway.

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Hamptons Pop Up Shops Summer 2018


Memorial Day weekend always marks the unofficial start of summer and with it comes a multitude of pop up shops in the Hamptons. Make sure you stop by some of these when you’re out east.

Aerin has added an East Hampton outpost this summer that is filled with her own Aerin Beauty and Williams-Sonoma lines, as well as beautifully curated products and fashions. Aerin East Hampton, 7 Newtown Lane
I look forward to visiting Sag Harbor this summer to check out the new Goop pop up in the old Urban Zen space. It features all the usual Goop products in beauty, wellness, fashion, home, and more. Goop Sag Harbor, 4 Bay Street

I’ve never shopped at Loveshackfancy but the romantic dresses and accessories at their new Sag Harbor store look perfect for summer. Loveshackfancy, 117 Main Street, Sag Harbor

I’m pretty sure I’m too old for Reformation but those of you in the younger set should check out their beachy fashions in East Hampton. The Reformation Beach House, 85 Main Street, East Hampton

Serena & Lily isn’t a pop up since they’ve been open for a few years but they’re a great place to shop if you need to finish decorating your beach house or need to find a chic hostess gift to make sure you’re invited back again. Serena & Lily Beach Market, 332 Montauk Highway, Wainscott

For more home and hostess needs, check out One Kings Lane in Southampton who are open for their second summer. They’re also having a 20% off sale in store and online. One Kings Lane, 11 Jobs Lane, Southampton

Happy Summer and Happy Shopping!

XOXO,

HC

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What to Watch When it’s Raining


After a beautiful start to the long holiday weekend, many areas of the East Coast experienced cold and rainy weather today. It looks like Memorial Day might not be a wash out but when bad weather returns, you might want to think about heading to a theatre to see one of these wonderful documentaries.

I was lucky to be invited to the New York premier of Always at the Carlyle a few weeks ago. This is filmmaker Matthew Miele’s third documentary about an iconic New York location which include Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s and Crazy About Tiffany’s. The Carlyle is an iconic and beloved institution on the Upper East Side that attracts celebrities and regulars to its hotel rooms, as well as Bemelmann’s and Cafe Carlyle. It was interesting to learn more about the family who built and ran the hotel that Dorothy Draper originally decorated in the 1930’s. The celebrity interviews in the movie are very amusing but it’s the hotel employees who are the real heart of the film. I loved the Carlyle Hotel before but now I have a new found appreciation for my favorite neighborhood place to imbibe.

That Summer is one documentary that is in theaters and available for rent on demand if you don’t want to go out to the movies. In it, Peter Beard discusses his photography before reminiscing about his attempt to make a documentary in the summer of 1972 with Lee Radziwill about her childhood growing up on Long Island. Lee narrates some of the footage which also includes her sister Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and her children, Bianca and Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol, before it focuses on lost footage of her eccentric cousins, Edith Bouvier Beale and her mother Edith Ewing Bouvier, as they are about to be evicted from their rundown East Hampton property. This is three years before Grey Gardens was made by Albert and David Maysles, who were hired by Peter Beard and Lee Radziwill, that would later go on to become a cult classic. 

I’m looking forward to seeing RBG soon which is about 85 year old U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who “has developed a breathtaking legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon.”

I don’t think you have to be Catholic or even religious to enjoy Pope Francis: A Man of His Word. The Pope sits down with filmmaker Wim Wenders to discuss “his deep concern for the poor and wealth inequality to his involvement in environmental issues, social justice and calls for peace.”

The Gospel According to André is getting a lot of buzz these days. It profiles former Vogue editor and eccentric personality André Leon Talley as he reflects on his life in fashion. It’s been described as funny and poignant.

It won’t be released until June 8 but Won’t You Be My Neighbor? should be on everyone’s must see list this summer. The film by Morgan Neville chronicles the life and legacy of everyone’s beloved childhood hero Fred Rogers. We could all use his lessons of love, kindness, and acceptance in these increasingly troubled times. Make sure to take Kleenex with you to the screening.

Happy Summer!

XOXO,

HC

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Nike Will Reportedly Acquire MLB Uniform Rights in 2020

Nike, currently the official outfitter of the NBA and NFL, may soon add a third league to its growing list of sporting partnerships.

A new report from Sports Business Daily suggest that beginning in 2020 Nike will acquire the uniform rights of Major League Baseball. The on-field apparel rights will reportedly see Swoosh branding on MLB jerseys and pants. Fanatics will continue to tote the load where retail versions of apparel and jerseys are concerned.

MLB uniform rights currently reside with Under Armour, whom acquired them back in 2016. Yet amidst very public financial struggles, retaining the deal long-term appears hugely problematic on multiple fronts. by not pursing the deal further, SBD’s Terry Lefton reports, Under Armour will save about $50 million.

Under Armour was in a very different place when they did this deal years ago. This type of deal today, with its massive overhead, seems a bit more than they can currently mange.

Nike, on the other hand, has the opposite problem — if it can be considered a problem at all. It’s said that Nike’s new deal with MLB is approximately 80% done. It’s widely assumed that the new partnership could be announced during the MLB All-Star Game in July.

Poised to dominate the popular market with deal spanning America’s most endearing sport genres, Nike will grow even more profitable and widespread in the years ahead. Stay tuned for more on this budding story as it develops.

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