Hailing from Canada, New Look creates the kind of soothing, electro-dance music that makes us feel like we're suspended in that magic hour right before the sun comes up and you're still wearing your party shoes. Their self-titled album has been stuck on repeat ever since we saw them perform live in NYC a couple weeks ago. Producer/musician Adam Pavao and his wife, former model and singer Sarah Ruba are the newest darlings of the indie-pop scene, and we're obsessed with their whole package: their music, their story, their sensibilities… Also, have you seen them? If they aren't our generation's version of Sonny and Cher (with talent to match), color us blind. The duo let us into their charming Brooklyn pad, and frontwoman Sarah answered a few questions about what it's like making music with your main man at your side.
Growing up, I was extremely conscious of the fact that my thick legs didn’t resemble the pin-thin limbs of my classmates. “Blessed” with my mother’s genetics, I had muscularly fatty thighs and bulging calves that my ancestors would have been thrilled to own, but I abhorred. Add to that a fleshy stomach that never read
Alexis Lloyd brings up a solid point with the unveiling of an archival tool she developed for The New York Times: "News publishing is an inherently ephemeral act." The tool itself is called Chronicle and it traces the usage of virtually any word or phrase one enters, as it appeared throughout the Times' now 162-year-old read