NY Club Scene
Wiki: “My whole high school career, I was chilling downtown. Any sexy girl in high school goes to clubs and fucks mad 20-year-olds and does mad coke and shit. So, like, we think that shit is wack.
“Not only that, but everyone always going out to clubs and people coming to New York and thinking that’s all you have to do [is wack]. Artists used to come to New York and make shit happen.”
There’s no artists, there’s just club kids who dress like artists. These dudes just club. You just drink and do a lot of drugs, you’re not an artist. You’re like 10% artists and 90% on the phone. Like, blogger art cokeheads.
SPORTINGLIFE: “Now there’s no artists, there’s just club kids who dress like artists. These dudes just club. You just drink and do a lot of drugs, you’re not an artist. You’re like 10% artists and 90% on the phone. Like, blogger art cokeheads.”
“It’s funny, that’s like a new genre almost. It doesn’t have to be music, it doesn’t have to be as good as music had to be. It’s like it’s own mini-fashion-music genre where all the rules in regular music don’t apply. It’s like a lot of bands who sit in that fucking zone and we’re gonna expose them all. [Laughs.]
“Not literally, but through music. You’re gonna have to say, ‘Hold on. Somebody is doing work. Fuck—we’re going to have to start doing work again.’ It can’t be all fashion when you see some motherfuckers doing work.”
Wiki: “Yeah, like Theophilus London, I don’t fuck with him. I don’t know what the appeal is with him.”
SPORTINGLIFE: “We always talk about how we should be more like craftsman than models. Craftsmen as in how you dress, how you carry yourself, what’s important to you.
“It’s like how dudes jumped on Pharrell for the whole skateboarding thing. The reason why they did that is because they were like, that’s not what skateboardings about. You can’t do a kick-flip with a big doofy gold chain on.”