Here is an interesting home video with very little background. What we can gather is that it’s a house party with a mariachi band and music. It’s a lively scene, and definitely an unusual one. To make the party even livelier, these party-goers brought in a talented dancing horse to prance around the living room. Yep, a dancing horse.
In its previous life, this Barbus Maxi was just an old and cranky Ikarus 280 public bus making its tired rounds around the Russian City. On its retirement, it was given a second chance, taken completely apart and relaunched as a mobile nightclub! The renovations included a dance floor, lounge, fully stocked bar and a toilet.
On December 12, ASOS will be launching the world’s first global online house parties – in Australia, North America and the UK – starring leading electronic music artists, DJs and producers such as Jessie Ware, IS TROPICAL, Mount Kimbie and Eliphino.
New York-based photographer Dina Litovsky recently visited Japan for her solo exhibition Untag This Photo at Gallery Tanto Tempo, Kobe. Litovsky examines social performances and group interactions in both public and private spaces. She has won many awards, including this year’s PDN Photo Annual for her latest project, Bachelorette’. She’s also shooting regularly for publications […]
Having been a kid in the early ’90s, this is like an incredible acid flashback of all the best bits, and the worst bits. The day-glo, the denim and the amazing arcade games! If you’re thinking “WTF?” then you’re probably cynical and living in a post-fun world. I wouldn’t mind a little less irony and […]
Some people really know how to throw a party, and this pool party is like no other you’ve seen. The savvy people of Red Paper Heart art studio filled a full sized swimming pool with 65000 ping pong balls. The floating installation featured sound activated lights to coordinate with music and beautiful synchronized swimmers performing graceful movements to match […]
Everyone loves a good dress up, and sometimes, less is more. On a summer holiday across the US and Europe, two Aussie blokes developed an idea that came purely from having too much fun in the sun. Glasses with Moustaches are the first cab off the rank in the range and we were lucky enough to have Swaggers launch unofficially at the Lost At E Minor party. Let’s just say they were a hilarious hit, but we’ll let the photos speak for themselves.
Known for bringing a little bit of Vietnam to Sydney’s Westfield Shopping Center, Streets of Saigon are set to dish up delights at Sydney’s Night Noodle Market. Offering tasty, home-style, preservative free bites, Streets of Saigon explore tactile tastes through their range of goodies.
I love seeing young, creative minds expressing original ideas in a bid to stylise the world. So when Miami Beach-based fashion/entertainment group College Lyfe hit my radar, my attention was caught. The story goes: three high school classmates – Theodore “Teddy” Borek, Cruise Bogel and Christopher Mason – had a strong interest in fashion, music and hosting parties throughout school. Come college, the boys wanted to take their craft to the next level and formed the fun business venture, College Lyfe Worldwide, in 2011. This week they’re finally launching their online store and brand new apparel line. And the goodies are available to order worldwide, so every soul can benefit. Yew! Watch what they’re about and see the tees in action here.
I was lucky enough to be invited to Sydney’s Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange party, where Brazilian nightlife from Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro was joyfully brought into Sydney for a big crowd of competition winners. The party featured Brazil’s best, including electric performances from the samba sounds of Rhythm Brazil, before the dancefloor exploded with Bonde do Rolê blasting the crowd with incredible energy and catchy beats. When Rolling Stone picked Bonde do Rolê as one of ten bands to watch as far back as 2006, they were onto something.
After weeks of packing Australia’s crate with the best of Aussie nightlife, our crate was farewelled in lavish style at the Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange send-off party in Sydney last week. We discovered Australia is swapping with Brazil, so we’re hanging out for the samba and cachaça to sway ashore and lead us astray. Lost At […]
Our friends at the Sydney-based indie club night Purple Sneakers are co-presenting a party with Lost At E Minor at The Abercrombie Hotel in Surry Hills on Friday 14th March. As well as being a damn good excuse to drink, converse, and make some serious, serious noise (Jai from The Paper Scissors will be DJ-ing), the night will also serve as the launch of the Purple Sneakers Social Snaps exhibition featuring candid pics from some of Sydney’s liveliest events. There will also be a graff artist doing a live art performance. It should be fun and just to make it even more so, we’re giving fifteen of our readers a chance to attend the party (each with a plus one). So if you’d like to come along, leave a message under this post saying ‘hell yeah!’, or words to that effect, and we’ll select fifteen of the most enthusiastic responses to be a part of the night.