Kitsuné Musique exhibited four new Hip Hop talents at its fall #Afterwork series. Manhattan’s Spring Place was the venue for the boutique French record label/fashion brand’s October event.
Milwaukee’s IssDARR and Maryland’s Innanet James performed that evening. Austin Mills and Thelonious Martin also deejayed at the affair hosted by the Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki owned company.
Loaëc is the former manager of Daft Punk, and Kuroki is the co-founder of Maison Kitsuné. The duo’s #Afterwork comes in conjunction with Hot Stream, the Kitsuné Musique digital music platform.
Hot Stream releases a new track every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Each record arrives with a collaborative art design. Over 230 songs and cover art have been released so far.
Check out photos from Kitsuné Musique’s #Afterwork event and the #Afterwork Spotify playlist below.