Formally known as SlimKira, I go by “Kira” amongst my peers in the music scene. I originally started off as a producer back in 2016 until I linked up with local artists around my hometown the following year and joined their group, this led me to becoming an artist myself. In the beginning of 2018 we dropped a video for a track which is what gave my name a little bit of recognition around my area and soon after that we started to perform at local venues in the city. As for now I’m out of that group and no longer associate with them. Im currently in a collective created by @multiplexes called “Black Craft” and I’m also in a local group in El Paso Texas called “Everland” which is where I now make my music and plan to spread my name. I currently have 2 tracks out right now “sorry” and “You” and I plan on releasing two more tracks and a video for one of them by the end of summer.
Kira is always working! Follow him to stay updated with upcoming releases and more.
Zack from Nothing Posse is back again with another outstanding release. These two, inexpensive shirts are available now on NOTHING’s website.
Zack is a 25 year old brand owner from Howell, MI who’s continuously breaking boundaries and revealing eye catching pieces. Prior to this release we saw a collaboration with a brand called Failures. Primarily based out of the same area as Zack.
Where are you from and where do you currently reside? From Chicago currently stayin Aurora.
You seem busy! Skateboarding? Music? What else? I’m always working on something new. Whether it’s working on merch, vlogs, modeling, or and finalizing this short film I wrote/directed.
When did skateboarding become a part of your life? I started skatin when I about 10.
How did skateboarding effect your lifestyle? It just made me wanna go harder in whatever I do. I matured fast when most of the homies I’d skate with were older and putting me on to what’s poppin to even how you dress. Kids used to talk down on people who wore thrasher or vans but now in 2019 it’s cool. Y’all know who you are.
How was meeting Virgil Abloh? Honestly a blessing. Most genuine dude I’ve met in the fashion industry. He gave me some game and I’ll never forget it.
Where do you see yourself in the next 3-5 years? Not only living up to my real name (Famous), but being someone to show the kids they can do this too.
Who inspires you? The day ones, Tylor Fakie, Val South, and Komla. Freddy Mercury, GG Alin, Henry Rollins, and Chief Keef.
Arrival Worldwide Arrival Worldwide is a contemporary streetwear brand based out of Detroit, Michigan. Their releases include a wide array of major league style pieces from bleached jeans to rhinestone hoodies and t-shirts with original designs. Spencer Sanders is the designer and creator behind Arrival. He credits his Mom as his inspiration and says he expresses himself through his clothes. Arrival is designed for those who are willing to chase their dreams regardless of what uncertainty is in front of them. The brand’s latest drop included four men’s hoodies, eight t-shirts and a pair of sweatshorts. Hoodies include two colorways in the rhinestone bloody smiley face design, one colorway in the anarchy design and one colorway in their classic stitched Arrival logo. The t-shirts are original designs in dope colorways including some rhinestone designs as well.
The designer also recently added a female section with four cropped hoodies to the website. Including three with rhinestone designs, inferno in one colorway and the bloody smiley face in two colorways, and one with their classic stitched Arrival logo. Make sure to check out their upcoming pop-ups at DMV in Arlington, Virginia on April 25th and at Atlanta Streetwear Market in Atlanta, Georgia on April 28th. Also, follow their social for updates on future drops and visit their site to see the clothes! Instagram: @arrivalworldwide Website: arrivalworldwide.co
Introducing Fue Fetti, an underground musician from Detroit, MI who takes influence from Punk and Hard Rock.
Go ahead and introduce yourself: I’m Fue Fetti in the sun, Fue Filth in the night, but ALWAYS the true prince of darkness
Q1: Where did you get your start making music? Are there any life events or anything that really drove you? A1: I think I started making music super young playing guitar and shit , but I bullshitted teaching myself n gave up for a while so I just started rapping to stay in the music world
Q2: Do you grab inspiration from any other artists? If so who inspires you and why. A2: I really adore punk n hard rock, Sex Pistols, Marilyn Manson, The Damned, fucking Darby Crash of the Germs is a real example of how I like shows they all kinda fuel me up n push me to keep doing whatever the fuck I want however the fuck I want.
Q3: What is you biggest accomplishment music wise? How did it drive you to keep going on. A2: the biggest shit I’ve had happen was get two big ass deal offers, but i fucked myself and lost both of them! Made me focus n look at the bigger picture , bullshitting is all music is if its a passion , so why the fuck couldn’t I bullshit n make sounds that control crowds?
Q4: If you had to choose a genre (or make one up) where would you categorize your music? A3: Internal Punk Devil Music ( the kind your parents n revered are against )
Q5: I was listening to your music on Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/313fue) and it seems like it seems high quality do you do everything at home or do you go to a studio? A5: I’ve always went to studios , i recorded my first mix tape at some shack in Southfield, MI. Then moved on to greenfield plaza, now I’m finally with my permanent engineer Phil , we’re working on my album VOMIT right now , he made me break my ceiling with is sick , I’m finally pushing more punk n rock elements into my sound.
Sam Nova is an artist from Riverside, CA. After moving around for awhile Sam is back in his hometown still re-adjusting to the environment and is working incredibly hard to get his brand AirProxy going. Sam started to gain an interest in creating something of his own after selling graphics to brands such as idestroyedtheyouth, The Acedia Project & Ghost Supply in 2016. People online would tell Sam he should start a brand and started getting several comments such as “put this on a shirt, I’d cop” on social his social media platforms (linked below).
When Sam released his first tee and hat he instantaneously fell in love with the process of creating clothing. “When your first idea for a piece of finally comes out perfectly after the 10th or 20th try the feeling is fucking amazing and you appreciate it so much more.” Sam is currently working on two one of one pieces for a store called Flasher on Melrose Ave, LA.