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That’s What Zhe Said: An Interview with Leah Hennessey

by: Kate Messinger

Actor, writer, musician and style master Leah Henessey got personal with us for our YOUTH issue, talking real New York, Lady Gaga backlash and letting us in on her new gender-bending surrealist mystery/comedy/sing-a-long web series, ZheZhe.

Tags: comedy, David Johansen, Gimme the Loot, Leah Hennessey, Max Lakner, New York Dolls, Ryan Adams, The Wild Magazine, The Youth Issue, web series, Youth, ZheZhe
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Teenage Beauty Queen

by: The WILD

Jean-Pacome Dedieu

Tags: Editorials, Fashion, Guillaume Boulez, The Wild Magazine, trash art, Youth, Youth Issue
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In the Spirit of the Family

by: The WILD

Tags: Alma Jodorowsky, Chantelle Dosser, Youth
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Listen to This: Hold Me / Kilter x Youth

by: Michelle Chung

Australian producer and instrumentalist Kilter has teamed up with fellow Aussie, Youth, to deliver the thoughtful and powerful “Hold Me.” The luminous collaboration follows in the vein of recently released dance songs emphasizing deep and […]

Tags: Australia, EDM, electronic music, hold me, kilter, Michelle Chung, The Wild Mag, The Wild Magazine, Youth
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A Taste of Youth Subcultures

by: Claire Voon

The Photographic Youth Music & Culture Archive catalogs youth culture from the 1940s onwards, focusing on fashion, music, art, design, travel, social issues and more. It offers research essays describing a range of youth subcultures […]

Tags: Claire Voon, gangura girls, modern primitives, new age travelers, subcultures, teddy boys, The Wild Magazine, Youth
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The Child of Lov / Fly

by: Joseph Johnson

After the successes of “Heal,” “Give Me” and “Give it to the People,” it has become apparent that The Child of Lov a.k.a. Cole Williams, likes to present fans with creative visuals, as well as […]

Tags: dutch, Fly, Joseph Johnson, music, New Jersey, Pensacola, rebellion, review, singer, songwriter, Soul, The Child of Lov, The Wild Magazine, video., Youth
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Music To Start The Week With #084

by: Diego Martínez

We won’t begin to tell you that ‘Monday blues’ are not called for, but if you’ve suffered, the remedy you’re searching for lies within this blog feature. As always, we search far and wide for […]

Tags: Associates, Bros, CREEP, Dao Strom/The Sea and The Mothe, Diego Martinez, Everytime, GRUM, Ilija Rudman, Introduction, Isaac Tichauer, Lost And Found, MUSIC TO START THE WEEK WITH, Origin Tale, Parks, Party Fears Two, Pink Elephant, Planningtorock, PLOY, Squares And Alleys, Symbolone, Take Over You, Tessa Rose Jackson, The Wild Magazine, VRDSNT, WILD PLAYLIST, Wolf Alice, Youth
David Armstrong's Night and Day

Night and Day: Visual Commentary of a Past Era

by: Stephanie Roush

Upon entering the Half Gallery, a nondescript LES location, I immediately felt transported into a different world. After a quick look around, the gallery had me fraught with nostalgia for a time never even experienced. […]

Tags: 1970s, ART, Culture, David Armstrong, Half Gallery, Kodachrome, LES, photography, Stephanie Roush, Wild Magazine, Youth
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Hope in the Youth, The Balkans

by: Marina Lucic

BLKNS is Eric Mitjans series photos taken during his six week trip through the Balkans. His main focus was on the youth of the countries that are still healing their wounds from the devastating civil […]

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by: Diego Martínez

It’s time for our accustomed WILD PLAYLIST, hoping you guys had a lovely Thanksgiving weekend. We have now reached our tenth edition of MUSIC TO START THE WEEK WITH, and what a milestone that is: […]

Tags: Adrián Juárez, Black Star, Bryan Ferry, Bufandas, Canyons, Daryl, Diego Martinez, Go Cozy, Helpless, His Thunder, Jane Doe, Little Comets, Music Sounds Better With You, MUSIC TO START THE WEEK WITH, Rebecca & Fiona, Remix, Rework, Silverlining, Stardust, Tender Is The Night, The Flirts, The Wild Magazine, Under A Blue Sky, Warm Speakers, WILD PLAYLIST, You Already Knew, Youth