Shakin' Babies interview WILD music

Stoked to Speak with Shakin’ Babies

by: Xena Blair

Shakin' Babies on their weird band name, their debut album Stoked Casual, and the future of a thriving DIY music scene in Minneapolis.

Tags: DIY, Fmly Fest, Jessica Oleson, Minneapolis, Shakin' Babies, Vacation Dad, Xena Blair
Met Costume Institute WILD Fashion

Punk: From Beer to Champagne

by: Andrea Avidad

Anything combining “punk” and “museum” is destined to become a paradox. Pulling punk’s drunk body from its grave and putting it inside a traditional institution’s impregnable walls is enough to make both the mythical punk […]

Tags: Andrew Bolton, Bricolage, CBGB, Comme Des Garcons, costume institute, Destroy, DIY, Graffiti and Agitprop, Hardware, Johnny Rotten, Maison Martin Margiela, Miguel Adrover, Punk: From Chaos to Couture, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Upper East Side, Versace, Zandra Rhodes
Duncan Cooper profile for The WILD magazine

WILD Profile: Duncan Cooper, Falling Down in a Thunderstorm

by: Blaine Skrainka

Who: Duncan Cooper Where he was born: Annapolis, MD Where he lives now: Brooklyn, NY What he does: Make music and videos as Wildarms, help write and edit The FADER as Duncan Cooper Photo by […]

Tags: Arts & Culture, Bill Evans, Blaine Skrainka, Bradley Manning, Cokiyu, DIY, Do it Yourself, Duncan Cooper, Kacey Musgraves, Magazines, music, Nina Simone, Pete & Pete, The Fader, The Wild Magazine, WILD PROFILES
i-D cover WILD mag culture

Vice Buys i-D Magazine

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

Earlier this week, Vice, the multimedia company perhaps best known for their lewd, edgy Web site and their partnership in The Creator’s Project, took it’s first steps towards conquering the world of fashion by purchasing the […]

Tags: Andrew Creighton, British, Cara Delevingne, DIY, Emily Kirkpatrick, i-D, London, punk scene, Terry Jones, The Creators Project, The New York Times, The Wild Magazine, Tricia Jones, VICE
Yelle Comme Un Enfant Julie Budet


by: Diego Martínez

Julie Budet is truly unique. Ever since she emerged in the international pop scene in 2008, the French songstress has managed to prove she was not a flash in the pan and that, instead, she […]

Tags: Comme Un Enfant, Diego Martínez. The Wild Magazine, DIY, GrandMarnier, Jérémie Saindon, Julie Budet, Montreal, Safari Disco Club, Tepr, Video of the Week, YELLE


by: Diego Martínez

Summer has finally settled in our NYC shores, leaving us with higher temperatures that we can actually handle. It feels, however, like it’s the perfect timing for Washed Out’s debut album on Sub Pop, “Within […]

Tags: Ariel Pink, Balearic, Ben Allen, Diego Martinez, DIY, Ernest Greene, Feel It All Around, Georgia, High Times, Hip-Hop, Hypnagogic pop, Life of Leisure, Myspace, Panda Bear, Perry, Portlandia, Sub Pop, Summer, Synthpop, The Wild Magazine, Toro y Moi, Washed Out, Within and Without