Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Its Snowing!!!!!

Keep warm this winter and get 'em in early - 50% of selected winter coats and jackets.
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Was £125.00 - NOW £62.50

Was £155.00 - NOW £77.50

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

The Hundreds Johnson Shoe - Snake Skin

The Winter 2010 release of The Hundreds core sneaker features “Snake” texture on a suede leather upper with contrasting laces and mid-soles, tonal metal top eyelets and Visa Terry lined interior. They have a logo label at the top of the lightly foam-padded tongue and the collar openings include padding for extra comfort. The mid-soles feature The Hundreds logo badge at the heel. They also have soft EVA insoles with half-length latex insoles for heel cushioning comfort, and vulcanized soles.

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

On The Daily - Holey Socks

We ain't had one o' these for a while - enjoy
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On The Daily
Artist - SOLO RM

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

THE HUndreds Winter/Fall 2010

The Hundreds here
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Friday, November 05, 2010

10 DEEP !!!

HELL YEAH!!! Re-introducing 10 Deep for your pleasure. WINTER COLLECTION now online HERE
Check the preview below.

Fall 2010 Preview from 10 Deep on Vimeo.

Friday, August 13, 2010


Stussy, The Hundreds, Diamond Supply Co, Mishka, Addict, Tenderloin, A'IN'T, Obey, Fucking Awesome, Rogue Status - Everything on SALE, many items halfprice or LESS
Now on...
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THIS SATURDAY!!!! Chapter 7

The Book Club 100 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4RH

Let the wild rumpus begin...
Once again the Book Club is turned upside down with our monthly mish mash of reggae, breaks, hip hop and all things heavy and wild.

THE BOND SQUAD plus guests featuring -



Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Rammellzee - R.I.P.

In 1983, New York artist Jean-Michel Basquiat produced and provided artwork for what was to become the only record ever released on independent label Tartown. That record, Beat Bop, a collaboration between rappers Rammellzee and K-Rob was limited to 500 copies and went on to become a holy grail for collectors. More importantly, it influenced numerous rappers, most notably Beastie Boys and Cypress Hill. It's a record that will be played again this weekend after the news that Rammellzee has passed away at the age of 49.

Rammellzee – his real name long obscured after he changed it legally – was much more than just an old-school rapper. Before he ever committed his vocals to vinyl he was an established graffiti artist, peppering the A train in Queensbridge, New York in the late 70s with his trademark spiky letters. He was featured in the two landmarks of hip-hop cinema, Henry Chalfant's graffiti doc, Style Wars and Charlie Ahearn's Wild Style, toting a shotgun as he rapped on stage in the latter.

A fascinating eccentric with an unusual dress sense, he was prone to Lee "Scratch" Perry-style flights of conversational fancy. Rammellzee also developed a theory he called Gothic Futurism, in which graffiti writers, inspired by medieval monks, would work to liberate the mystical powers of letters from the constraints of modern alphabetical standardisation. His graffiti work would go on to be displayed in galleries worldwide, while his treatise, Iconic Panzerisms, set out an anarchistic approach to language and letters.

Rammellzee took his beliefs to extremes and lived his life that way too. He was seldom seen without one of the ski-masks or costumes that festooned his home, speaking to both friends and enemies while in character. His occasional musical forays – Gettovetts, Death Comet Crew – were increasingly experimental and fractured. His influence, however, was still felt far and wide. It's widely believed that Beastie Boys based their nasal whines on the rap style he used on Beat Bop, while Cypress Hill would lift samples, song choruses and B-Real's distinctive rap voice from segments of the same track. Twenty-seven years after its release, and days after the death of its star, Beat Bop is a record that still sounds like nothing else on Earth, made by a man like no one else on Earth.


Friday, May 21, 2010

Bond plays Pop Up

This Saturday 22nd May 9pm-4am
At Pop-Up Pirates, 27 Clerkenwell Road, EC1M 5RN
If you ain't seen this space check-it-out!!!

Thursday, May 20, 2010


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The Hundreds Here

If It Ain't Mined It Don't Matter

New bits an' bobs from Diamond Supply Co on-line now.
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Friday, May 14, 2010

A brand new pop-up bar-come-art-installation called Pop-Up Pirates

London’s Mothership Group, the capital’s most forward thinking bar group, have joined forces with the artist management platform Central Illustration Agency and Pirates to create Clerkenwell’s, and perhaps London’s, very first Pop-Up-Bar-as-Art-Installation project.

To be held in a well-known building in the heart of Clerkenwell for three months between May and August, Pop-Up Pirates will be part late-night bar, part art-installation and all totally unique.

Pirates have taken complete artistic control of the old building and intend to shape the project around Clerkenwell’s printing history - the site itself was an old factory building specialising in silver lithography.

The idea is all about type, be it modern and bright or traditional and sophisticated!

Everywhere you look will be covered in words and letters of all sorts of shapes and sizes; some painted, some in relief and some full on 3D. And that’s just for starters; the toilets will be transformed into an interactive blackboard, free standing cut perspex letters will grow out of walls and upbeat catch- phrases will cover every inch of the bar. There will be mock printing presses spewing out reams of paper. Words will shout out from every surface, all making Pop Up Pirates a walk in wardrobe of letterforms.

POP-UP PIRATES/// popuppirates.tumblr.com

THE BOOK CLUB /// wearetbc.com

QUEEN OF HOXTON /// thequeenofhoxton.co.uk

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Chapter Four - CATCH YA IN THE VYBE - this Saturday !!! The Book Club

Once again The Bond Squad bring their party vibes to your favorite east London venue, chill and chat on the ground floor to a laid back Funk sound track or head down stairs for some booty shaking basement bashment an' bassline business.

THE BOND SQUAD plus guests featuring -



To all those who braved the weather on Sunday, the barbecue didn't quite happen but the party definitely did!!!!
Big up all the late comers. Nice one people!

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

WHAT! More Mishka

On line now
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-PARTY- CHAPTER 3- All Of Us In Wonderland

Once again Bond presents Chapters at The Book Club, EC2