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Dublab x Radio Afrique

EboneeShanay - 05.21.2015 File under - Events, Pop-Up

Hip-Hop Dance Class with SirTwon Brown

EboneeShanay - 05.21.2015 File under - Dance, Events

Sunday Flea Market hosted by Patty Wack Vintage

Join us on Sunday May 24th for a sunday flea market hosted by Patty Wack Vintage.
Enjoy a day of vintage, art and local goods!

Vendors Include:

Patty Wack Vintage
Project Q
Ultra Violet Kids
Hip Hop Chocolates
Panorama Press
Coralove One
Elza Queen Designs
Forty & Falling

Live Art by CityMindFunk

May 24th
1520 N.Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles 90028

EboneeShanay - 05.21.2015 File under - Flea Market

Bunch Magazine

Join us and Bunch Magazine as we celebrate the launch of the Rebel Issue!
Complimentary drinks provided by Zodiac Vodka
DJ set


Thursday May 28th
6PM - 9PM

1520 N.Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles, 90028

Follow on instagram @bunchmagazine

EboneeShanay - 05.21.2015 File under - Events, Magazines

Best Coast's California Nights

Earlier this month, Best Coast released their 4th album, California Nights. These LA natives are straying away from their dreamy, summer sound, and are gearing more towards rock and roll. Consequence of Sound says, "These production flourishes might not appeal to those who fell in love with Best Coast for its bedroom sensibilities, and there's probably a significant subset of fans who will resent California Nights as the moment the band abandoned indie for good." If you're looking for the Best Coast "Crazy for You" sound, then this album might catch you off guard.

With such high expectations from their listeners, this long awaited release could be considered as the band's more serious album. Spin says, "more than anything else, California Nights dims the sunlight, juices up the turmoil, and demands a second look at a band that's actually been subverting its own pigeonhole since 2009."

Personally, I really enjoy the album, despite the fact that it's so different from their previous releases. I think that the California duo is on the right track to something great, and I can't wait to hear more! Stream the album below:

photo by Janell Shirtcliff

PatriciaManlucu - 05.20.2015 File under - Music

Around the world with Sarah Owen

Sarah Owen is the Youth Editor for WGSN an international trend forecasting company. She resides in NYC and travels the world hunting for upcoming trends. As a fashion forecaster she predicts the colors, fabrics and styles that will be presented on the runway and in stores for the upcoming seasons. While in Los Angeles, I sat down with her to get a glimpse into her fascinating world.

What is the best part of your job?

Diversity. The faces are always changing, the places are never the same. I get to meet different people everyday. I am always traveling and never know what is happening tomorrow but can tell you what is happening in 2018.

With so much traveling what are some of the things you cannot leave home without?

1.Boarding Pass 2. Headphones 3. Notepads 4. Paw Paw ointment   

Who are some of the artist currently on your playlist?

Diiv, Ibeyi, Son Lux and Low Roar. I recently took a road trip in Iceland and listened to Low Roar most of the way, it was the perfect soundtrack.

What advice do you have for anyone who aspires to work in the fashion industry one day?

Find your center point and work around that. Do not be afraid to ask questions but also offer answers to create your own opportunities. Surround yourself with people who push you to be a better version of yourself and be a sponge.  

Get to know more about Sarah via her Instagram account @sarahsarahowen. It is full of inspiring fashion, art and events from around the world.

PHOTO: Caitlin Mitchell


Krystabell - 05.15.2015 File under - Interview, People

Wordsmiths United | Pacific of Color and Sound

Wordsmiths United is a creative studio, based in Toronto Canada.
Pacific is explores how sound and tone can stimulate color and form; and how these elements work in unison to establish/reflect culture and character.

The Pacific is the largest oceanic division, representing the geographical and mythological lines that create islands and identities. Borders can shape a hero’s shelter or his desolation; desert or oasis; utopia or dystopia.

Pacific articulates the physical and metaphysical words that fashion each of our personal islands. Pacific is poetic, conscious, meaningful, functional.


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coco - 05.14.2015 File under - Clothes, Fashion

FYF 2015!

Last week, they released the beautiful line up for this year's FYF! These amazing artists will be playing at the LA Sports Arena and Exposition Park during this two-day festival. With the end of concert season, what better way to reconnect with some of the best artists right in our city? Personally, I'm looking forward to seeing Frank Ocean, Kaytrandada, BADBADNOTGOOD, Morrissey, FKA Twigs, Solange, Toro y Moi, Neon Indian, Title Flight, Girlpool, and more.

This festival takes place August 22-23, so get your tickets today before they sell out! Check out this playlist with all the artists on the lineup (there's over 2,000 songs!):

PatriciaManlucu - 05.13.2015 File under - Music

Giveaway: Puma Step Into Icons Event

**We have a winner, thank you!**

Do you love Puma?  Do you want to dance to Tinashe?  Do you like goodies?
If you said yes to all of these things then we have a giveaway for you!

Puma is giving 2 lucky winners and their friend a personal invite to Step Into Icons event with a live performance by Tinashe, drinks and custom gifts!

Here's how to win!

Contest Rules:

1) You MUST live within the LA area
2) You MUST be 21+ of age
3) Follow @Puma and @Space15Twenty on instagram
4) Email us what keeps you forever faster and your instagram handle to


Giveaway closes Tuesday (5/12) night at 8PM
Winners will be picked at random and announced Wednesday (5/13) afternoon at 3PM

Good Luck!

EboneeShanay - 05.09.2015

Reconnecting with Los Angeles

What happens when you haven't stayed in one city for more than six years?

1. You become a pro at packing.
2. You lose a thing or two.
3. You decorate, a lot.

As a the new lifestyle and art blogger for Space15Twenty I will take you through my reconnection with Los Angeles. Together we will discover the inspiring world of art, coffee, vinyl hunting and everything in between. For now, take a peek into my apartment! Though the set up may change in the future, my favorites are always showcased. Currently on my walls; art by Chicago's Laura Berger, LA's very own Noah Sturm and the bae Beyoncé.

"I don't think you ready for this jelly."


Krystabell - 05.08.2015 File under - Art, Furniture


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