The 7 Line's Mets-inspired clothing line, appropriately named after the train that delivers fans to the stadium, hits the ball out of the park as far as fan wear is concerned. Owner and creator, Darren Meenan tells Inked how his ideas went from concept to creation on both his clothing and his skin in this web exclusive interview.
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Ryan Matthew Cohn, star of Science Channel’s Oddities, deals in antiques, owns a boutique clothier, and creates skull showpieces that sit in elite tattoo shops. His love for polished ephemera is seen throughout his fantastical home— and in his neotraditional ink.
The Bronx have a new album out—but you might not realize it. That’s because the Los Angeles band’s third album, like the two that came before it, is titled simply The Bronx. It’s part of the band’s plan to keep things simple—a plan that also includes recording at the group’s own studio and releasing The Bronx on their own label, White Drugs. “We really wanted to make a record that felt homemade—simpler,” explains guitarist and founding member Joby Ford. “We’re just trying not to overthink it.” Amazon.com WidgetsEver since the Bronx elbowed their way into the Los Angeles music scene back in 2002, fans, critics, and, most of all, music ...
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