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The Demise of Vinyl, Nathan’s Hot Dogs and the “Booty Call”

  • Kempt Staff
The Demise of Vinyl, Nathan’s Hot Dogs and the “Booty Call”

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.

Record Scratch: The Hollywood Reporter breaks the news that HBO has abandoned prestige project Vinyl after only one season.

Hotline Bling: Esquire investigates the lost history of the “booty call.”

Dog Days: The Daily Beast tells the story of how Nathan Handwerker became the hot dog king.

Tech Burger: NPR has the scoop on Silicon Valley’s latest invention, a bloody plant burger that may just be as good as the real thing.

Zoom Car: Bentley claims to have taken the world’s most extraordinary car photo with 53,000,000,000 pixels that allows you to zoom all the way in on details as intricate as the seat stitching.

Maximalism, Lonely Music Festivals and Einstein’s Favorite Leather Jacket

  • Kempt Staff
Maximalism, Lonely Music Festivals and Einstein’s Favorite Leather Jacket

Todays must-reads from around the Internet.

Take Your Pick: GQ shares some solid examples of minimalist and maximalist interior design.

Wise Guy: Put This On investigates Einstein’s favorite leather jacket.

Tune In: Hypebeast takes a look back on the Gorillaz' legacy.

Smoke Signals: Cool Material shows you how to turn any grill into a smoker.

Fest Assured:One Vice writer discusses the particular sadness of attending a music festival alone.

Fast Fashion, French Bohemian Style and a South American Stoner Comedy

  • Kempt Staff
Fast Fashion, French Bohemian Style and a South American Stoner Comedy

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.

The Fast Hurrah: Esquire wonders whether we’re burned out on “fast fashion.”

Up in Smoke: Ozy profiles two of Venezuala’s most daring comedians and the South American stoner comedy you’ve never heard about.

‘Tis the Season: Fashion Beans puts together your grooming arsenal for summer festivals.

C’est La Vie: Die, Workwear! celebrates the rumpled, lived-in style of French bohemians circa 1961.

Phone a Friend: The Ringer asks the question that’s been on everybody’s (or nobody’s) mind: does Kanye West really own a cell phone?