Rem Koolhaas’ theories on Junkspace are the inspiration for this Synth-pop album

Seventeen years after publishing his thoughts on ‘Junkspace’ in October Journal, Rem Koolhaas is seeing his theories reprised through an unexpected medium. The Tempers, the New York-based Synth-pop band, dedicated their latest album to Koolhaas’ cynical paper in which he defined much of contemporary architectural production and consumption as Junkspace, the “residue mankind leaves on the planet.” […]

Future Talks New Album and Social Media Hiatus With Zane Lowe

Future’s self-titled and decidedly feature-free new album hits Apple Music tonight, meaning you know who got the scoop on an instaclassic interview: Zane Lowe. The interview, shot at the iconic Walter’s Clothing in Atlanta, finds Future reflecting on his blockbuster Drake collab What a Time to Be Alive and his current desire to go “more […]