||| if you hurt what’s mine: a wrench/numbers fanmix ||| (listen on 8tracks)
||| holy fuck red lights ||| massive attack safe from harm ||| lykke li get some ||| ooooo hearts ||| jeff russo wrench and numbers ||| danielle dax white knuckle ride ||| talking heads life during wartime ||| röyksopp what else is there? ||| head automatica tip your hooker ||| htrk shoot you up ||| the gap band you dropped a bomb on me ||| angelo badalamenti the pink room ||| the present moment stealer ||| the cramps fever |||
When your parents are too cheap to get real superheroes for your birthday party
i would pay extra for this
brown girls rule the world
I’m sorry to say this but if someone said “white girls rule the world” instead of “brown girls rule the world” then we’d have a major shitstorm on our hands.
You’re right! White girls (a) don’t need to say that, and (b) would have no reason to say that because they dorule the world of beauty conventions, standards of attraction, and etc. in reality. Brown women and girls are completely undervalued, dismissed, and quite often have their focuses derailed—as you so ridiculously demonstrate here—simply because they aren’t White.
So when a brown woman says something to encourage herself and others who are generally put down for how they look with something like “we rule the world” accompanying beautiful pictures of a beautiful young brown woman, that’s representation we don’t get elsewhere.If a White girl said it, it’d be doing nothing but reinforcing the idea that White women are the end all and be all to beauty and that everyone must be compared to their standards.
I’m sorry to say but throwing about false equivalences as if everything exists in a vacuum makes you look like a buffoon, and ignoring historical and present social and cultural conditions does not make your point any more solid than shooting it with a full clip would.
Type of Bar: Marconi: Lobby; Radio: Rooftop
Ideal for: Date, Small Groups, View
Every press call this hotel has made (in re: the Marconi and Radio) has been about how it was the place to “see and be seen”.
I’d rather not be.
The Marconi Loungecomes with the minimalist New York gloss of silver and monochrome. It isn’t uncomfortable, but its effort for chicness somehow robs the lounge of…
Okay, quick article about winter’s Street Feast at Hawker House – a weekend night market that’s free entry before 7PM (3 pounds after), that offers the best of London’s street food, pop ups, vans and trucks. Each weekend provides different traders with a few permanent bar joints.
A quick run-down of some of the traders we sampled:
Beginning at the Rotary Bar, I was disappointed with a pretty…
Type of Bar: Easy-going, Tiny, Latin?
Ideal for: Small groups, Party, Shamelessly drunk
I kinda don’t want to tell you about Casita.
Just round the corner from The Book Club with its queue of people who just don’t know any better, Casita is a tiny cocktail space with a whole lot of character.
It’s worth playing Sardines in here
The Latin vibe of the place which is stressed in many…
Type of Bar: Hotel, Lounge
Damage: £££ – ££££
Ideal for: Date, Meetings
My friend put it best: It looks like the Zetter Townhouse‘s conservative older brother. The design is impeccable, the three major dominating aspects of the room: the enormous fireplace, the mirror above it, and the central chandelier work together instead of clashing in their shameless grandiosity. The dress code for the…
Type of Bar: Bar/Restaurant, Chinese, Dim Sum, Lounge
Ideal for: Food, Small Groups, Speakeasy
I do like Opium. But you have to be there at exactly the right time.
There are two floors, both are not always open at the same time, but each feels totally different from the other.
In the evenings, the bar can be absolutely empty, and though I do love a good empty bar – Opium’supper…