I think Moz should be boycotting this designer: I, Maximus! - GQ Magazine
Made in Italy but a product of London, Angelo Galasso is the designer whose on-the-money interpretations of classic tailoring have become wardrobe staples for playboys and plutocrats. Among the ostrich hide, crocodile skin and super-luxury of his flagship store, GQ talks shop with a man who has come to reinvent menswear.
The Financial Times may have once described him as "this generation's most inventive...
Calling all charming men & unruly girls who will not settle down! Join scores of sweet and tender hooligans as headmaster DJ Ceremony spins a vehement all-night Smiths & Morrissey tribute dance party including classics, deep cuts, & new releases (-'cause I really do love them; does that sound mad?). Also featuring UK, Northern Songs, Britpop, & Manchester. 21 & up.
• Guest DJ sets by Bill Ricchini of Summer Fiction
• Special guest Moz-themed go-go by the beautiful Apathy Angel: 11:30+
• $5 cover (E-mail host for limited comp. guest list)
Thursday, July 7th, 2011 — 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Venue: Gallery Bar (lower level) — 120 Orchard...
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Chris Britcher has written an article celebrating the talent of Morrissey and Prince, two of the headliners at this years Hop Farm Festival.
The writer discusses how the artists have similarly become disillusioned with the music industry. He also mentions how both artists sometimes upset their fans (the Solo t-shirts get a mention) and how both abstain from eating eating meat (Prince is vegan).
Billy Bragg has posted the Guardian's recent non-story regarding Morrissey's lack of record deal on his Facebook page along with the mocking comment: '"England is mine and it owes me a living" Apparently not.'
After a debate on his page, with most of his fans taking joy in Morrissey's apparent misfortune, Bragg clarified his position:
"I'm not having a pop at Mozzer, simply want to highlight the situation faced by artists who are lucky enough to have long careers. Fact is we shouldn't rely on record companies to do the work for us. In the world of internet connectivity, we should be getting together to work out a new way of getting our music heard."