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Greg Mishka Interview
Tom sits down for breakfast with Greg Rivera, co-founder of NYC based streetwear brand Mishka to talk the brands beginnings, what happened to the D.A.R.T sub-label and his thoughts on streetwear as a whole
Its A Digital Football Thing
We take a trip down memory lane with some vintage football shirts
The Dennis Todisco Interview
Focusing on his humble beginnings, inspiring story and the 'T-shirt that changed everything', Sam sat down with the 25 year old, social media man, Dennis Todisco, as he discusses his journey to the #DIAMONDLIFE.
The Adam22 Interview
What started out as a platform for Adam to be brutally honest about everything from industry gossip to the latest web video, is now a behemoth of a site leaving corporate backed ventures like Vital and Ride BMX seem utterly insignificant. Tom Catches up with BMXs loudest mouth so see whats next.
Grind London: Substance In Subculture
Amidst a haze of UK 'brands' boasting their 'credibility', Grind London have been going about their business in the background, taking massive strides and showing us how they extract substance from a subculture.
Uncategorised: Johnny Cupcakes
During a recent trip to London, to celebrate the second Birthday of the London Flagship, Johnny Earle, founder of Johnny Cupcakes, took some time out to talk to Breaks Mag.
Maharishi before ‘Haha-kitschy’
Guest writer GregK of 'Fuckin Yeh' fame speaks his mind on the recent explosion of the rubbish logo flip
A Catch Up With Some New Brands
In what is without a doubt a flooded market, new 'Streetwear' brands are popping up seemingly every week. Tom catches up with a few of them to see what they have that sets them apart from the rest
We need some more girls in here
As rhetorically pointed out by Boy Better Know, the world of electronic music has always had ‘too many man’. In recent years there’s been a notable increase in girls taking an interest in bass music, from a female perspective, I presume that this can only be seen as positive from a male viewpoint. But what about the artists, why are the faces behind the music still predominantly male and is this also changing?
Tom sits down with Danish brand Rascals to learn more about their lack of history and their plans for global domination
Ever the explorer, Sam takes his brand new Flyknits to Thailand to see if they hold up to whatever the incredible country can throw at him
Almond Footwear in Miami
The Almond Footwear BMX took a trip out to Miami last month to escape the winter and to get some riding in
Death Of The Electro Blogosphere
Louis gets all nostalgic at his electro music blogging days, and the strong scene that went with it
Satta Skates Interview
Tom takes a trip over to Brixton to check out Satta skates, and the process behind making one of their skateboards
Michael Schmidt Interview
Scott catches up with the photographer Michael Schmidt and we get to see some of his awesome images
Tom Welsh On Tour Pt.2
Part 2 of the trails and tribulations of going on tour with metal band Architects to film for their upcoming DVD
When we think of Italy we think of pizza, pasta, Botticelli, Pavorotti and all things traditional, however, in terms of the current innovation and creativity in music that is bursting at the seams in London, Italy always seems to be lagging a few years behind. Adrienne Huddleston talks to the Italian club thats changing all that - Trash Dance
Angus In NYC: A Travelogue
Friend of the Breaks Angus Sung made the trip over the Atlantic recently to hang out with 5th Floor founder and recent transplant David Hall. Angus, a photographer, designer and videographer and all round creative individual was kind enough to contribute these snaps from his 35mm camera to this issue of Breaks Mag.
Sam In Berlin
Our intrepid editor Sam made it over to Berlin for the Bread & Butter and Bright shows, plus all the merriment and wankery that comes with it