Urban Clothing Designers on MySpace: Ugly Kids Club
Shout out to Azza for the shoot, the girls for licking lollipops and Joe and Andrew at Myspace.
Tin Tin was the man… nuf said.
Monday was an overwhelming day, after a slap up meal consisting of 20 popadoms, 3 onion bhajjees, a tikamasala curry, a lamb bhoona and a garlic nan courtesy of Nike (yep… more on that situation as it unfolds), followed by a ‘medium to aite’ Jumpoff (next months gona be big… trus) i saw our girl Simmy reading the latest issue of Hip Hop Connection that was given away in the goodie bags. So i stole it from her and flicked through…
Firstofall: Hip Hop Connection is the first and longest running Hip Hop publication in the world. It came out before Vibe, The Source and way before RWD. My personal design hustle, but more importantly The Ugly Kids Clubs current cultural infleunce is allover the issue… we interview Marc Ecko for RWD the month before (scroll down for that), and The Ugly Kids Club alongside the many business, organisations, companies and music artists that we currently or recently do work with are pretty much on every other page, front to back of this issue.
Its fitting that the title of this issue is called ‘UK StandTall’. Let me page by page break it down for you… (more…)
In association with The Grind and Cool Ninja we back in Brighton this Thursday. Brighton is slowly becoming our new home, we been back and forth there at least five times this year.
We will be in live effect at Digital with an Ugly Skin show, you know how naughty those things get. Also on the bill is Semtex, Mr. Bang on, Tinchy and Durrty Goods so you know Thursday is gona be a big big show.
Thursday 7th August. 10:30pm – 3am.