Say Lou Lou’s latest release is a record that’s theirs alone; not the music that anyone else wanted them to make. Here Miranda and Elektra Kilbey talk creative process, the power of a haircut, and all they’ve learnt from their parents.
Welcome to your future dream home.
“I don’t think any of us could have predicted that it would have worked out as well as it did.” Real Estate frontman Martin Courtney on the all that’s led to their latest album, In Mind.
They’ve walked for Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs, and Miu Miu, and fronted campaigns for the likes of Lanvin and Calvin Klein: Baylee and Kelsey Soles are the L.A.-based twins with a thing for roller coasters and a knack for finishing each other’s sentences. Here, the model sisters take RUSSH to the local L.A. hangouts that get their tick of approval.
As the air moved under the weight of the electric guitar and the light refracted from that gold sequinned dress like a disco ball spinning into the night, Flight Facilities closed out the U.S. leg of their global tour at a temple meets nightclub in downtown L.A. Luckily for us, RUSSH staple Ryan Brabazon was there to capture it all. Here, Hugo and Jimmy share their memories of that luminous night.
Dig the California girls. Home is where the heart is, and ours is all caught up in Cami Morrone. It may just be her Latin American roots, but this L.A. woman knows where to find the groove.
When it comes to engaging the senses, Neada Jane of recently-launched social app Clapit knows more than a thing or two. On a picture perfect L.A. day, the Australian native took RUSSH for a ride around the city she now calls home.