The New Order, Vol.28: DJ Harvey
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Founded in 2009 by James Oliver, best known for his involvement in launching and developing SLAMXHYPE, a groundbreaking online resource for street culture – At the helm of The New Order the aim and vision is to progress the evolution and commentary on subculture by drawing on a mantra formulated around a dedication to advancement and originality = True modernism. Within his role as publisher and editorial director for the magazine, James has brought together a host of renowned contributors from all over the globe, while himself being based in Tokyo and working with an established and committed creative team in the Tokyo metropolis.
In this issue:
We are delighted to announce the release of THE NEW ORDER issue 28 (spring/summer 2023). The identity and vision of the bi-annual publication is reflected by the diversity of both talent and content alike; This growing collective continues to extend the scope of the magazine’s global influence.
THE NEW ORDER ISSUE 28 features three covers:
Renowned DJ HARVEY, photographed by James Oliver in Tokyo, we sat down with DJ HARVEY for an in-depth conversation about his thoughts on the music world and how he dedicates himself to his art form.
Featured content in this issue:
EARL SWEATSHIRT, photographed by Kenneth Cappello in Los Angeles. EARL SWEATSHIRT is on the up and we get a great insight into the artist who is making all the right moves with an in-depth interview to accompany the strong visuals. Artist CHITO is featured with great distinction for the 28th instalment of THE NEW ORDER as one of the three cover stories for this issue. Consisting of 32 pages we take an in-depth look into the world of the artist who is making big moves at the moment. THISISNEVERTHAT, featuring JIN DOGG, TETSUYA AKIYAMA (GRILLZ JEWELZ), UCARY VALENTINE, YOSHIFUMI “YOPPI” EGAWA, YUKUMO EGAWA & YUKI BENIYA and photographed by James Oliver. German based label POLYPLOID was photographed in Berlin by photographer Taro Mizutani. BILLIONAIRE BOYS CLUB / ICECREAM who are currently celebrating its 20th anniversary are featured with a look at the brands history. MAX PITTION, who have relaunched itself his year under the guidance of Tommy O’Gara is featured with a think piece. AKIRA KOSEMURA, composer and pianist was photographed by Yusuke Abe in Tokyo. JUN INAGAWA invited us into his studio providing us with a great insight into his world. Furthermore we have fashion editorials shot in Tokyo and London.
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