Posts tagged music
M is for Making Waves
Françoise Hardy, style icon and one of the headliners of the Yé-Yé movement. Learn more about the Yé-Yés here…
Françoise Hardy, 1964, photographed by Steve Schapiro/Corbis
M is for Muse
And now, Musician. The inimitable Lou Doillon, onstage at New York’s Highline Ballroom.
L is for Lyric
This is one of Tory’s favorites from the Spring 2014 runway soundtrack.
S is for Summer of ‘75
When the Stones stayed with Andy Warhol in Montauk, rehearsing songs for their upcoming Black and Blue album.
L is for Legend
Forever Young: He with the Heart of Gold always inspires us to keep on Rockin’ in the Free World.
Neil Young in Limo, 1970 by Joel Bernstein
C is for Chillwave
Here’s a bit of lyrical genius: Washed Out’s video for It All Feels Right, which pairs the song’s dreamy, low-key lyrics with a kaleidoscope of animated florals.
Watch the video on the blog…
S is for Sister, Sister
Need a new summer jam? Twins Elektra and Miranda Kilbey of Say Lou Lou are making waves for their sexy, synthy sounds.
Read more on the blog…
D is for Debbie Harry
Blondie lead singer and punk icon.
Blondie’s Debbie Harry and Chris Stein at the opening of Mirandy Gallery’s Blondie in Camera exhibition in London, 1978, photographed by Martyn Goddard/Corbis
I is for Icon
Three words: The Rolling Stones. Enough said.
The Rolling Stones in 1978, photo by Michael Putland/Getty Images
K is for The Kinks
A raw, raucous sound in a polished package — the very essence of British rock ‘n roll
A is for Album Cover
A musical collaboration worthy of the Warhol cover art.
T is for Tennis
We love this husband-and-wife duo’s music and style.
N is for Neil Young
Neil Young released Harvest in 1972. 40 years later, Heart of Gold plays in our New York office.
N is for New Music
Best Coast — an American surf band we are listening to now.
R is for Ronson
The music master’s latest effort was writing Anywhere in the World for this month’s upcoming Olympics