August 21st, 2014


The cute little monk in Xichan Temple, Fuzhou, southeast China’s Fujian Province.

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August 16th, 2014

Went and bought some sack cloth down by the docks. Washing it to soften it up before I give it to my tailor to make a suit. Wish me luck! #sacksoffifthavenue #bringingsacksyback #possiblyoneexperimenttoofar

August 14th, 2014

"3rd the one with the hairy chest" #junglistmassive #spottheleopard

August 12th, 2014

Day two livin that #partyshirtlifestyle “Toucan Play That Game”

August 11th, 2014

First of three very lairy shirts I’ve had made from fabrics sourced here in MY. Shout out to my tailor Mr Dee Pee for cutting them.

August 10th, 2014



New Heresy mix from our friend James Knight, who’s just started a monthly slot on NTS under his mix-tape project Low Bias. This one is really great, James has given us a few words about his mix:

"This recording was made in the same manner that I produce mixes for a monthly mixtape project I work on with my longstanding sparring partner Dustin which you can find over at Records are played on two Technics 1210 MKII turntables, mixed by a Condesa Carmen rotary mixer and recorded directly to a C90 cassette tape on a Sony TC-K2A cassette deck. The fade at around 45 minutes into the mix is the point at which the tape gets flipped. Once the recording has been completed the audio is bounced to MP3 allowing (in theory at least and should you so desire dear listener) the mix to be recorded from MP3 back down to tape. In doing so a form of sonic dialogue is created between the analogue and digital. We are unsure as to how many people actually carry out this operation but I have been assured by at least three individuals that it has been completed with very enjoyable end results. The Low Bias tapes tend to be a mix of music I have been listening to around the time of a given recording. For this endeavour I spent some time digging in the crates and giving some thought to putting together something that would create a coherent 90 minutes of sound. I used to write about music for a living but had to give that game up as I slowly realised that I was in agreement with Mark E. Smith on its inherent pointlessness so I won’t speak on the music itself aside from to say I hope you enjoy it and extend my thanks to Heresy for the opportunity to share it with you as well as to Olly for the DJ Fett Burger 12” which somehow ended up misplaced in my record bag but was too good not to include. Finally - thanks to you for listening.”

- jnrknight

August 10th, 2014


via hus & hem

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