Interpol reconvene for their fifth LP—but they’d prefer separate interviews. Thanks.
Up in the Hollywood Hills, zillion-dollar homes are typically hidden behind towering hedges or menacing gates, forever obscuring the identities of the famous folks who live within.
A mile-a-minute exclaimer, Eli Roth comes off like a kid up past his bedtime—a good thing for a horror fiend. Since breaking out with his 2002 feature debut, Cabin Fever, Roth scored two gut punches with Hostel and Hostel: Part II, notorious films in a decade that didn’t lack for shock and awe. Continue reading
The crowd went nuts last night during the Drake Vs. Lil Wayne tour stop in Hartford, Continue reading
Not many people are having a year as big as James McAvoy. Fresh off a starring role where he played Charles Xavier in X-Men: Days of Future Past, which will be followed up X-Men: Apocalypse in 2016, the Scottish actor is also set to turn heads next month in the romantic drama The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (even though he initially turned the project down.) We’re just glad the circumstances changed and he ended up taking the part—and that he’s our newest cover star. Continue reading
MARTINEZ BROTHERS TOUR DIARY PT. II
It was roughly three or so months ago when The Martinez Brothers caught our eye here at NYLON Guys. Not only are they Givenchy’s official runway DJ’s come fashion week, but Steve and Chris have amassed an enormous following playing festivals, putting out EP’s, and running their own label on the side. And as one can imagine, all those prior mentioned accolades lead to a rather interesting life—one that’s definitely worth documenting.
That very idea lead us to our first feature with them. Continue reading