If you missed out on Without Walls fun high intensity workout with Allie Cohen of Barry's Bootcamp on Saturday, then you missed out on some good sweaty fun.
Allie brought the fun and the pain, and not a dry shirt left that day. Participants worked out, competed for Without Walls goods, a La Vie Boheme yoga mat, enjoyed nourishing drinks from Moon Juice and snacked on healthy snacks from Ips Chips and Epic Seed.
Every Sunday get your morning fix with Bicycle Coffee.
1520 N.Cahuenga Blvd. Los Angeles 90028
**Bicycle Coffee is set up on Ivar side of Space15Twenty**
Join us tomorrow Sunday Jan. 25th for another blogger closet sale extravaganza hosted by blogger Eugenie Grey.
Honey & Silk
Stuff She Likes
1520 N.Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles 90028
**We have a winner, thank you!**
We're giving away 5 pairs of tickets to the Brooke Fraser show at the Fonda Theatre courtesy of our friends at Goldenvoice.
Email us with your name and your favorite Brooke Fraser song to firstname.lastname@example.org to get a free pair of passes!
Winners will be picked on Monday Jan. 26th!
Athletic brand Champion had partnered up with Capsule Show for an exclusive collection for Urban Outfitters.
The Champion Select collection features collaborations with designers Wood Wood, Timo Weiland and Craig Green. The collection is available at our Activation Space located inside of Space15Twenty's Urban Outfitters.
“The collaboration brings to life a modern interpretation of the Champion brand as envisioned by three prominent independent fashion designers -- Timo Weiland from New York, Craig Green from London and Wood Wood from Copenhagen – each chosen for their unique design aesthetics. The Champion Select collection includes elevated, fashion-forward active wear looks for men and women utilizing heritage Champion fabrications and branding. Each of the designers began their process by visiting the Champion archives for inspiration, and selecting their favorite fabrications to use for their capsule collections.”
The Champion Select instillation will be open from January 23rd to March 9th
Los Angeles based producer Alfred Darlington, better known as Daedelus, has been taking the electronic music scene by storm since his first album release in 2001. Since then, he has released music on various labels, such as Ninja Tune and Brainfeeder; performed live sets big and small, from Low End in Los Angeles, to the depths of the jungles of Boracay, Philippines; and has recently invented his own music-making device. He is one of the most fascinating musicians – not just because of his Dandyist Victorian-era looks, but through his passionate outlook on the world of music, use of the monome in live performances, and inventive persona. Luckily, I was able to talk to him, in person, over a cup of joe at Go Get ‘Em Tiger.
Since we’re already in a coffee shop, how do you like your coffee? What’s your go-to shop?
Black or espresso. My favorite shops are Go Get Em Tiger, and G&B.
How did you choose the name Daedelus?
When I was a kid, I wanted to be an inventor. I liked the idea of making things; I had this fascination in my childhood. I had the knowledge of real people but was also intrigued by mythology. Later in life, I like to think that I’ve been able to fill those shoes. I try to be an inventor as much as I can.
How would you define your sound for those who have never heard your music?
A lot of sounds. I used to say my sound was romantic – sick in your stomach because you’re so overwhelmed with feelings. I can go from playing at a cheesy EDM rave, to playing at a wedding, or playing in a tiny room. It’s not so much that I’m changing, but the sound is changing. We expect people we put on pedestals to be amazing artists, but very few people get rewarded for trying new things.
There are so many beautiful places to explore within the US. From Muir Woods near San Francisco to the Grand Canyon in Arizona.
Some of these places are a simple car drive away or if you are traveling far, then a plane ride away.
We recently went on a road trip to Page Arizona to explore the mini grand canyon, Antelope Canyon.
A 10 hour drive that was somewhat painful and in some places lacked any radio signal, but left us with breath taking views of nature. We took some photos along the way and we took some notes for those who want to visit this beautiful work of nature.