Posted on May 1st, 2012
If you’re in NYC this week, there’s two very different ways to get your Party Supplies fix. Tonight, he’s featured at CNNCTD’s +100 launch at New Museum – not performing, mind you, but in the form of a custom Playbutton featuring exclusive music alongside buttons from Pharrell, Cindy Sherman, Santigold, Spike Lee and other New York notables. On Friday, however, he’s bringing his MPC you know and love over to the Mishka store in Williamsburg for an intimate live performance, check flyer after the jump. Read More
Posted on Mar 1st, 2012
Lace up your Docs for the new edition of Nick Catchdubs & Mr Ducker’s alt-rock Radio Friendly Unit Shifter mix series for Mishka. In case you missed the last three, the RFUS mixes are ’90s party tapes par excellence: Buzz Bin best-ofs, hidden nugz and surprises, and all the fuzz you could ever want. Download now, and check out the guys’ RFUS Tumblr for more A/V pollution.
Posted on Feb 15th, 2012
Models, Inc up in this beesh! Check Danny Brown and Party Supplies getting their #style on in this video for Mishka’s new season, alongside Action Bronson, Venus from Ghetto Gothik, Das Racist and more.
Posted on May 24th, 2011
Check out Congorock getting his model on (he is Italian after all) in the new Mishka lookbook for their Summer ’11 line. Other fashionable DJs include our pals Nadastrom, 12th Planet, Diplo and more, peep the whole thing here.
Posted on Apr 4th, 2011
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Posted on Mar 31st, 2011
Posted on Mar 15th, 2011
Exclusive art and items from Dust La Rock’s B.K. Scum exhibit are now available for purchase at the Mishka online store. It’s a must for the Psychic TV fan and art appreciator alike: whether your tastes run towards limited edition shirts and prints, or fully custom, handmade Psychic Cross guitars, they got you.
Posted on Feb 23rd, 2011
Dust La Rock has shaped the visual identity of Fool’s Gold and our family of artists from the very beginning. And if you’ve been paying attention, you know his own musical tastes and personal interests are quite varied and esoteric – so it’s only natural that for his latest project, Dust has tapped into his fascination with the work of experimental sound collective and multimedia pioneers Psychic TV to create an exhibition of new works entitled B.K. Scum. Read More