Last week we saw a lot of new music, including Skepta's long anticipated album Konnichiwa and James Blake's sporadic The Colour in Anything, but nothing blew us away quite like KAYTRANDA's debut studio album 99.9%.
Monthly Archives: July 2016
For three months, The Old Truman Brewery will be taken over by a load of rubbish.. literally... In the form of crazy golf courses, Junkyard Golf Club, already established in Manchester, uses the sort of stuff you'd find at car boot sales, charity shops and junkyards to create a golfing experience like absolutely no other.
London’s had a brainwave since the capital’s last pop-up golf course: three courses is more fun than one! New for spring, Junkyard Golf – originally from Manchester – has hit London and offers three insane nine-hole courses (each with a different personality…) named Pedro, Frank and Helga.
Navigate jacuzzis, slides, speed boats, Wendy houses, cows and treadmills in search of the perfect round. Not to mention the mind-altering UV techno section DAFTWERK.
Junkyard has four bars, serving the best cocktails such as 'The Golf Lundgren', 'Who's Your Caddy' and 'Tee Diddy'. The club also features two soon-to-be legendary street food pop-ups, Barts Dog Kart and Big Grillie Style.
In hopes of getting rid of this rain and bringing through some extensive sunlight, we thought we'd get ourselves in the mood and start planning some days and nights out at some of the best rooftop bars in London, broken down into 3 locations, East, West, and Central.
Make something levitate and you’ve got an eye-catching conversation starter. Make something float and grow and you’ve got Lyfe, a small planter engineered to float a 12-sided geodesic silicone planter above a wooden base as a “zero-gravity growing system”.
Similar to the magical Hoshinchu Air Bonsai with an electromagnetic base previously devised by the same Swedish company that introduced the Flyte levitating bulb, Lyfe is designed to allow plants to float and rotate for even sunlight exposure throughout the day. But let’s be honest, all this talk is secondary to the pleasure of enjoying a floating indoor garden gently rotating at your desk, a subtle technological feat of electromagnetism.