James Greig

Music

How digital clubbing became the saviour of queer nightlife during the coronavirus pandemic

Nights like Club Quarantine and Queer Dance Party are providing a sense of community -- and hedonism -- during the lockdown.
James Greig
3.31.20
Film

10 queer films you need to see this year

Including a gay horror, a documentary about drag queen kids and Xavier Dolan's latest project.
James Greig
3.3.20
Culture

What the tech industry is doing to gen Z’s job prospects

A new book by Wendy Liu, Abolish Silicon Valley, suggests that the utopian dreams of the tech industry might not be alle they’re cracked up to be.
James Greig
3.3.20
News

Lofi hip-hop beats to study/relax to is finally back on YouTube

Panic attack OVER! 😌
James Greig
2.26.20
Photography

Photos that explore the male body beyond the perfectly sculpted ideal

In an age of increasing male body anxiety, what does it mean that the ideal ideal masculine body is still so difficult to obtain?
James Greig
2.25.20
Culture

How contemporary photographers are tackling HIV

A new photography book, Through Positive Eyes, shows the importance of representing the condition in all its nuances and diversity.
James Greig
1.30.20
Culture

Celebrating 10 infamous issues of cult fashion mag Buffalo Zine

Fashion's biggest trolls – Buffalo founders David Uzquiza and Adrian Gonzalez-Cohen – get grilled by JW Anderson, Martine Rose and more.
James Greig
1.22.20
News

This Netflix teen drama is gonna fill the Stranger Things shaped hole in your life

Check out the first images from the streaming platform's upcoming series 'I Am Not Okay With This', from the crack team that gave us the Demogorgon and 'The End of the F**king World'.
James Greig
1.22.20
News

A new exhibition in New York showcases Andy Warhol’s rarely seen photography

‘Andy Warhol Photography: 1967–1987’ at the Jack Shainman Gallery reveals a more serious side of the famous Pop artist.
James Greig
1.21.20
Music

How queer DJs are moving beyond stereotypes about LGBT Thailand

Queer clubbing with underground Bangkok collectives NON NON NON and Go Grrrls at Wonderfruit Festival.
James Greig
1.6.20
Culture

Why the holidays can affect our relationship with food – and how to handle that

For many of us, the Christmas period can be a deeply triggering time. Here's how to practice some self-care.
James Greig
12.20.19
Fashion

How Labour is winning the merch war this election

With the likes of Liam Hodges and Slowthai releasing pro-Labour hoodies, sweatshirts and tees, wearing your political heart on your sleeve has never looked cooler.
James Greig
11.29.19
0103