New Stock and Website

Happy New Year!!!!
Sorry for not keeping this up to date lately but we have been very busy with the new range and new website (and a few parties in Goa)

Which leads me on to…..New stock!!!!
The new S/S 10 range will be available in stores around the first week of Feb.

We got new T-Shirt designs aswell as Polos,Windsheeters,Track Tops and Sweatshirts for you.

Also,around the same date we will have a brand spanking new website for you to use.

So its all go!!

Plan B

Intense, unremitting and coarse, Plan B stalks a post-hip-hop hinterland of lost boys and girls terrorising one another across a blank British cityscape of franchise-packed highways, needle-strewn byways and panic-riven homes. Drugs, casual sex and even more casual violence form the staple themes of debut LP Who Needs Actions When You Got Words, describing a generation roadblocked between the desire for flight or escape and the absence of the necessary tools or support. It’s this brand of frustration that first fired East London native Ben Drew into launching a music career. He quit college to pen R&B bangers but ended up unemployed, small-time drug dealing and learning his way around the acoustic guitar. Some stark songwriting emerged (“Kidz”, “Sick 2 Def”), followed by stints at rock clubs (when he started rapping “everybody’s jaw would drop to the floor”) and then a deal with UK label 679, also home to The Streets. While it’s easy to draw parallels between Plan B’s take-no-prisoners approach and Eminem’s, it may be wiser to compare his work with Everlast: a sincere, streetwise soul who marries a love of hip-hop with a wider appreciation of lyrical rock.

Plan B also plays the role of Noel in the recently released Harry Brown, starring alongside Michael Caine. The film also features his collaboration, “End Credits” with drum and bass producers Chase & Status. See it here

Weekend Offender featured on Wales Online

(Editorial below taken from Wales Online )

Merthyr clothing label Weekend Offender

T-SHIRTS straight out of Merthyr Tydfil have become a hit among celebrity geezers such as The Streets’ Mike Skinner and Hollywood’s Danny Dyer.

Sam Jones, 32, who runs A[two] clothing in Merthyr town centre, and his business partner and graphic designer Rhydian Powell, 29, have come up with a winning label – Weekend Offender – that has become a familiar sight around the streets of Merthyr.

In March, the lads took the T-shirts on tour when they competed in the Coyote Rally, which takes in London, Paris, Munich, Prague and Amsterdam.

And now some unlikely names have been cropping up after being photographed wearing the designers’ T-shirts.

Batman Begins star Tamer Hassan and the Football Factory’s Danny Dyer are the latest Hollywood hotshots to champion the Weekend Offender brand which has taken the urban fashion world by storm.

Billing themselves as a label with attitude who design clothes for “48-hour party people”, the creative pairing, who started out in 2004, have vast experience inside the industry and have created a number of prominent and individual garments for like-minded people.

Sam Jones, of Swansea Road, insists it’s the stars who come knocking at their door.

“We don’t do the chasing, they come to us,” he said.

“The clothes are amazing – the brand speaks for itself.”

The lads say the designs, are inspired by a range of subcultures, such as terrace casuals and the acid house scene.

Music, film and fun are strong sources of influence which resonate throughout the product lines.

You can check out the designs at A[two] clothing on Victoria Street, Merthyr Tydfil.