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Jaime XX – I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)

A master of his craft, Jamie XX, seamlessly combines dancehall, dub, trap and more on this global hit, “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times).” Featuring an infectious sample from The Persuasions and vocals by Young Thug, this track has been bumping in our office for months. Make sure to check out Jamie XX at The Shrine or CRSSD Festival this weekend.


Pearl Jam – Rockin’ in The Free World

Peal Jam still has it. Watch and listen to this cover of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in The Free World.” Recorded live at The Late Show with Stephan Colbert. This is real television history!


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Publish Art Study – David DiMichele

LA based artist, David DiMichele, plays a game with his viewers through the manipulation of light, angles and composition to heighten an experience.

DiMichele’s work is not often displayed in museum galleries but rather on his studio table. At first glance, you would think these are large installations but instead they are miniature sized and photographed.

DiMichele was influenced by Robert Smithson for breaking down the barrier between sculpture, installation and photography.





Images by David DiMichele

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Glass Animals – Black Mambo

Based out of Oxford, England, Glass Animals has undoubtedly been well received in the states, introducing a new psychedelic sound. Releasing their debut album “Zaba” in 2014, they have already played at numerous festivals across the country. Ride the psychedelic wave with their lastest single, “Black Mambo.”#PublishVibes

Publish Art Study – Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist and writer. Growing up with an abusive mother, she has experienced hallucinations and excessive thoughts since she was a child. As a precursor in pop art, minimalist and feminist art movements, she has influenced contemporary artists such as Andy Warhol. Many of her paintings and installations focuses on her interest in psychedelic colors.

At the age of 86,  Kusama has reverted back to drawings and paintings. Check out some of her work below!





Yayoi Kusama: Look Now, See Forever Gallery of Modern Art installation view

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The Smiths – Stop Me if You Think You’ve Heard This One Before

One of the most influential bands in history, The Smiths are here to remind you that freedom of expression is not dead. This classic jam ties perfectly into our upcoming release with forward thinker Josh Madden. This collection was heavily influenced by the progression of Morrissey and The Smiths. Full collection release September 15th, 2015. #PublishVibes

It’s A Treats Party!

The third annual Treats Magazine Labor Day White Party took place over this past weekend. The prestigious party took place in a 37-acre Tuscan estate overlooking the Santa Monica Mountains. VIPs, top models and celebrities were seen on site at this exclusive party.

We had the opportunity to collaborate and manufactured special limited Treats hats for the event. Check out the photos below!














Photos courtesy of Treats Magazine


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The Cure – Friday I’m In Love

It’s Friday and yes we love The Cure. This classic is the perfect way to start the long weekend. Don’t forget our Josh Madden for Publish collection releases September 14th. The collection pays homage to bands like #TheCure and the first wave movement that changed the landscape of music forever. #PublishVibes

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Sonic Youth – Teenage Riot

One of the best rock songs of all time “Teenage Riot” by Sonic Youth is today’s #publishvibes inspiration. If you don’t know about Sonic Youth, you aren’t living. Run this into eternity.

Inside the HQ with Urban Outfitters

Recently our friends over from Urban Outfitters paid a visit to our headquarters out here in Huntington Beach, CA. On the outside, it may appear that we are just another Jogger Pants company but we’re continuously evolving and transitioning ourselves into a more contemporary space. Check out the latest interview with our Brand Director, Alex James, and a look inside our home.

Photos by Sean Ryan Pierce


Can you tell us about yourself and your background?
East coast bred—New Jersey to be exact. I grew up in the NYC Hardcore/Punk scene and always had a fixation with clothing from the Seditionaries movement to the grunge wave. I started collecting, and eventually selling, vintage clothing all over NYC. This got my name out there and opened a ton of doors for me. I used my knowledge later on to consult on design and direction for some major men’s brands.
How did Publish come about? 
Our amazing founder, Michael Huynh, had a vision. I had a similar vision and saw the trend of sport fashion hitting for the next decade. Michael saw the void in the marketplace for a street-meets-contemporary style brand. We wanted to fill that void with quality goods that pushed the design envelope; Publish was born.



The brand’s been going strong for 5 years now. How has the line evolved since 2010?
The brand has evolved in a beautiful fashion house for Men and Women. Publish has made a swift transition into a more contemporary space and the response has been amazing. In the process, we’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with some of the world’s best established and emerging companies.
What sorts of influences inform the look and feel of Publish? Have your influences changed over the years?
We will always have an affinity for a clean aesthetic. Our clothing and imagery always convey that. We are able to see beauty in the simplest concepts; others can’t see that.



What kinds of people, places, and things do you draw inspiration from?
People: James Dean, Jun Takahashi, Morrissey, Kurt Cobain, Ralph Lauren.
Places: Copenhagen, Osaka, The Salton Sea, 1990’s Seattle.
Things: Vintage US military, welding, automotive design, the future of Apple.
How do you strike a balance between pared-down minimalism and progressive design?
We lay somewhere in between Chaos and Balance. We have an amazing design team that understands this very well.



What piece are you most excited about for the current season?
The Sprinter was created out of a need for comfort, mobility, and functionality in a pant. We took all the key points from our joggers of the past and applied those elements into the creation of the Sprinter. The Sprinter is intended for the everyday person to wear from morning until night seamlessly in any occasion.





What about the overall collection for the Fall?
The vibe of the Fall ’15 collection really pulled inspiration from growing up in the ’90s. We grew up in a scene where we listened to hip-hop and punk-rock. Styles crossed over and this collection is totally a representation of culture-mixing. The Sawyer overalls are a perfect example. They are a direct ode to the ’90s.
What’s next for Publish? 
We have a slew of amazing collaborations ahead. I can’t disclose them all, but Timberland and Reebok are two that we are beyond excited about. Keep an eye out for our Holiday 2015 collection as well. Accurately titled “ In Between Days’, this collection is fully refined and showcases five years of hard work.
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