Cure your post-Labor Day blues at this free performance by Interpol in the parking lot of Space 15 Twenty. Pre-order the album for guaranteed entry, or text INTERPOL to 868686 for a free pair of tickets!
Heide Museum of Modern Art is a magic sort of landscape on the outskirts of Melbourne's inner suburbs. The one time farmhouse and lofty artist commune opened as a public gallery and space in the late 1980s and features regular exhibitions, a bustling art shop and breezy cafe. Showing until October 31, Up Close focuses on the work of Australian photographer Carol Jerrems (1949-1980) and situates her images against photographers from the same era, including Larry Clark, Nan Goldin and William Yang. If you are anywhere near Melbourne you owe it to yourself to get to Heide and see this. - Nadia
Des Artists paired up with controversial artist and activist Ai Weiwei, who designed Beijing's "Bird's Nest" Olympic Stadium, for a small collection of tees silkscreened with his work. Sales from each tee go to support Doctors Without Borders, which brings emergency aid to people injured during armed conflict and natural disasters.
Vogue is looking at October 7 to release "The Faces of Fashion: Vogue Model," a coffee-table read that documents the contributions of the magazine's the most exalted models, like Gisele Bundchen and Agyness Deyn. The cover, to no one's surprise, belongs to Vogue empress Kate Moss.
It's a pretty epic week for music videos as The Drums also release a new clip for their single "Down By The Water," a grayscale video of simple, flowing movement from the band to accompany this lullaby of song.
Our minds are blown. Arcade Fire's new video for "We Used to Wait" is one of the most innovative, beautiful and moving clips we've seen in a very long time. Some words of advice: Follow instructions to close other programs and windows, and after typing in the name of the town you grew up in here, don't close anything that might pop up–it's all part of a wonderful surprise.
For the September collections issue of Dazed, Sharif Hamza directed this fashion video inspired by Skins, Rumble Fish and The Outsiders. In this case, the story considers a house party gone sour when a cast of modern day Breakfast Club kids clash.
Young Healers is a series of photography zines published monthly with a concurrent gallery show. This month's issue focuses on the work of Daniel Pelisser, and his show, Strange Power, opens tomorrow night at Off The Hook Gallery.
These handmade acrylic and brass Gemstar bangles from Ken and Dana Designs are everything that was fresh about the '90s: neon brights, geometric shapes and style as loud as that Salt-N-Pepa blasting from your tape deck.