MNDR "Cut Me Out"

BY Eileen Milman in Music

  MNDR is a hot electro-pop duo, and their new video for their single "Cut Me Out," is awesome. MNDR is made up of the famous Amanda Warner and Peter Wade. Amanda  is well known for her collaboration with Mark Ronson & The Business Intl., for the song "Bang Bang Bang."  She worked with director Tim Saccenti, to create the imagery that meshes perfectly with the thumping synths and Amanda's self-harmonies. Look for more MNDR in our June/July Music issue! You can download the single for free here: http://www.greenlabelsound. Read More

Bang Bang

BY Eileen Milman in General

When I was growing up, I would make my best friends play Polly Pocket with me. I remember it like it was yesterday: a few poor boys and I crowded around Polly Pocket's Magical Mansion, making Polly flip hamburgers on her tiny grill, or perhaps sashay her around a mini lavender ballroom adorned with clear plastic swans and mauve curtains. Read More

Potty Protection

BY Eileen Milman in General

The expression "powdering my nose" (which I've always been told was the polite way to excuse one's self to the bathroom) doesn't aptly describe the struggle of using a public toilet. It can be a lengthy process that can include finding a place to hang a purse, unraveling rolls of toilet paper to shield one's hiney, and kicking the flusher so you don't have to be exposed to God knows what flesh eating bacteria, etc. I have never bothered lining toilet seats. My preferred method has always been the "squat," which seems to be the tried and true NYC method. Read More

Blow Up Doll Chic

BY Eileen Milman in Style

April Showers getting you down? Brighten up your spring, by wearing one of Dutch artist's, Sander Reijgers, new hoodies made from recycled sex toys! Using patches of rubber, from what seems to be mainly from blow up dolls, these hoodies are seriously weird. Seeing the dolls gaping mouths hanging out of the back of a hood is mildly disturbing, but also strangely, pop art like.  The entire effect is very colorful, and pretty silly. I could see some sneaker-heads rocking these hoodies with some brightly colored kicks. Read More